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CAD to CAE - Best Practice for Data Transfer
Posted Wed July 16, 2014 @10:47AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host CAD to CAE: Best Practice for Data Transfer on July 23rd.

The existing paradigm for 3D data transfer between softwares is to use neutral file formats such as STEP, SAT, IGES. There are a number of issues related to this procedure ranging from loss of parametric fidelity to simple conversion errors and misrepresentation of geometry.


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The purpose of this webinar is to shed light on an alternate method whereby analysis is performed directly in the MCAD environment. There are several advantages to this approach which alleviates many of the headaches associated with 3D analysis. Please join this complimentary webinar to consider an alternative, more efficient, analysis methodology.

What You Will Learn

  • The existing methodology and its limitations
  • How CAD data should be prepared for analysis
  • Treatment of CAD data in the CAE tool
  • Understand the benefits of immersed boundary meshes and its applicability for complex geometry
  • How to effectively perform parametric analyses for variant simulation

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