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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Posted by hagermancompany on Dec 18, 2017 10:00:00 AM

It’s hard to believe another year has passed since our last digital Christmas card! I hope you enjoy this years’ card – it’s always good to put a face with a name (and voice). 

 

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Topics: Events

Nastran In-CAD Quick Start Training

Posted by hagermancompany on Dec 14, 2017 9:04:00 AM

 

Nastran In-CAD is a very powerful, full-featured FEA tool that is now available within Autodesk’s Product Design & Manufacturing Collection (PD&MC).  This versatile application is aimed squarely at the design engineer who wants to quickly assess product performance prior to building physical prototypes or manufacturing.

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Topics: Nastran In-CAD, Events

The Future of Engineering Innovation Lies in Simulation

Posted by hagermancompany on Jun 2, 2017 10:24:00 AM

Failure is an integral part of engineering innovation and success, and through simulation, we can innovate without the setbacks of traditional failure models. This isn’t to say that as engineers we will never fail now that simulation has become such a vital tool we can utilize, rather our failure becomes a little more digital and a lot less physical.

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Topics: Autodesk Simulation CFD, Simulation

Building Simulation: Analyzing Performance Without Breaking Ground… or a Sweat

Posted by hagermancompany on Apr 12, 2017 3:56:50 PM

Today’s architects and engineers can now analyze building performance early in the design stage thanks to 3D building performance simulation and finite element analysis.

Simulation tools allow them to effectively predict building energy performance, sustainability, and green features such as daylighting, as well as performance attributes such as airflow for heating and cooling needs, including computational fluid dynamics for buildings (such as data centers that require constant cooling). Thanks to the complexity of today’s building projects, simulation is becoming de rigueur for government clients and even private owners whose buildings must perform as advertised. AEC firms are being required to provide simulation proof that the design will work and that the energy consumption meets certain requirements.

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Topics: CFD, Building Simulation