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The Future of Design Analysis (as ANSYS Sees It)
Posted Tue August 28, 2001 @06:30PM
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News Paul Bemis, Vice President of Engineering at ANSYS, has written an article for Design News which looks into the future of engineering analysis and where it fits into the design cycle.

ANSYS got into the CFD game last year with the purchase of ICEM CFD so their views on the future have some implication for all CFD enthusiasts.

Bemis sees simulation occuring earlier in the design process, but at a reduced complexity spurred by the growth of application-specific GUIs. Another important prediction is continued expansion of web-based tools for sharing data. Bemis envisions a system in which no knowledge is lost from the early proof-of-concept stage through the final ready-for-production stage.

What's your view of the future of engineering analysis?


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