十一选五胆拖投注表:Building the Virtual Prototype
内蒙古11选五走势图 www.ooc4.com The goal of Virtual Prototyping is to obtain real-life results without physically testing real-life parts. In its unique approach to Virtual Prototyping, ESI integrates the properties inherited from materials and manufacturing processes into the virtual model to dramatically improve the accuracy and predictability of the virtual prototype. The result is a drastic drop in hardware prototyping.
At ESI, our goal is to improve industrial product development by enabling manufacturers to pre-certify their products virtually. To give you a concrete example, our customer Expliseat — a young French start-up who launched with just three employees — recently used ESI software to develop the lightest commercial aircraft seat ever and certified it in just 18 months! Their design reduces seat weight by 50%, which translated into an annual 3% - 5% fuel saving per aircraft.
Industrial manufacturers now routinely rely on computer simulation during product development to conduct extensive tests. These virtual tests ensure products meet set performance requirements in various domains such as crash worthiness, stiffness and strength, acoustics, durability, comfort and maneuverability. In most cases, performance in one domain affects others — yet each of these areas is typically evaluated using its own suite of dedicated simulation tools and each test is conducted by a different team working in silos, resulting in time-consuming and costly iterations. Converting simulation models for use across different platforms is tenuous; and generating highly accurate results is challenging.
ESI eliminates these problems with its End-to-End offering, which links multiple simulation domains to a central and unique “single core model”. This enables engineers to predict the performance across domains of an actual production part as it is built and used, taking the manufacturing process into consideration — including casting, stamping, welding, assembly or additive manufacturing—, rather than just analyzing a nominal computer-aided design (CAD) model. Read the full article: Expliseat uses ESI’s Virtual Seat Solution to develop the world’s lightest aircraft seat
Traditional working pattern in silos vs. ESI’s efficient Single Core Model approach.
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