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The next era of farming will be more proficient, productive and sustainable, driven by sophisticated agricultural machinery and equipment operating as part of a wider, connected ecosystem. Underpinning it all: model-based systems engineering. By Abid HUSSAIN The next farming era will be more proficient, productive and sustainable, driven by sophisticated agricultural machinery and equipment operating […]

Hear from SIMULIA Champion, Professor Stefanie Feih of Griffith University, about how orthopedic surgical planning can now leverage patient-specific neuromusculoskeletal models to determine physiologically plausible muscle and joint contact forces comprising points/areas of application, magnitude, and direction. Finite element analysis (FEA) is subsequently employed to estimate stresses and strains in the implants and their host […]

This current customer reference story aims to present a first-of-its-kind simulation workflow using a PowerFLOW-PowerTHERM coupled simulation to assess the thermal behavior of a vehicle seat provided by Lear Corporation By Dr. Faron Hesse The following post was written in coordination with Dr. Thorsten Hans , Lear Corporation’s Comfort & Trim Simulation group leader. Dr. […]

Transmitting high-bandwidth data between transmitter and receiver over a single twisted pair (STP) requires additional ESD (electrostatic discharge) protection components at transmitter and receiver sides. These protection components are mounted on the printed circuit board (PCB). With a data rate of 6 Gbps, the design of the PCB transmission line has to consider the ESD […]

This blog is a comprehensive exploration of the process of debugging models in Abaqus/Standard, with a specific focus on resolving convergence issues. It provides a detailed comparison between Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit, using iterative methods and strategies, highlighting the importance of understanding model features, adopting systematic approaches, and maintaining perseverance in the face of issues By […]

In the evolving landscape of systems engineering, a spotlight is cast on the innovative practices of model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Specialized firms like Samares Engineering, with a decade-long legacy, lead the charge in adopting MBSE to address the industry’s multifaceted challenges By Garima DHASMANA In the evolving landscape of systems engineering, a spotlight is cast […]

This blog discusses gasket simulation in Abaqus/Standard, focusing on real-world applications. Gaskets provide cost-effective seals between mating surfaces and have applications across various industries By Randy Marlow What is a Gasket? The primary uses of a gasket are to provide a robust seal between two flanges, to endure thermal and mechanical loading, to resist exposure […]

Consumers shopping for home products notice the common home products shifting to “smart” products. It has taken some time, but everyday consumer products now use technology from the aerospace and industrial sectors By Ellen Mondro How do manufacturers navigate the complexity of adding integrated sensors, smart chips, networking capability and software to create innovative, reliable […]

Please welcome guest blogger, Yadhukrishnan MK, of Continental AG as he talks about radar simulation in advanced driver assistance systems By Sophia Eschenfelder Advanced driver assistance systems in automobiles utilize various technologies, such as cameras, lidar, and radar, to ensure a safe and comfortable driving experience. Among these technologies, radar plays a crucial role in […]