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Company:

Gerhard Schubert GmbH

Products:

MSC Apex Generative Design

Industries:

Packaging

Overview:

The packaging industry is highly automated thus making the quick and safe packaging of goods possible, requiring lightweight design as a core element in product development.


 
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Company:

Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering (LBRCE)

Products:

scFLOW | SC/Tetra

Industries:

Aerospace

Overview:

The Department of Aerospace Engineering at LBRCE was established in the year 2011. The department has published many research papers and has participated in several research activities. It is also equipped with state of the art laboratories. It also has separate research groups for Aerodynamics and Aircraft structures.

The Department boasts of a number of research publications and research activities and is also equipped with a number of state-of-the-art laboratories.


 
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Company:

Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

Products:

scFLOW | SC/Tetra

Industries:

Aerospace

Overview:

The Computational Mechanics Lab (CML) is a part of the Department of Aerospace engineering at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. It provides a platform to study fluid dynamics using in-house and commercially available CFD tools. The lab works closely with several Indian defence laboratories on collaborative projects. For instance, it worked with the Defence Research and Development Laboratory on supersonic flow computation for a missile configuration, which entailed the development of Three-Dimensional time marching inviscid code based on Kinetic Flux vector splitting (KFVS). CML also regularly works to develop algorithms and applications in areas such as aerospace CFD, high-speed flows, shock waves applications, cardiovascular fluid dynamics, and Parallel computing


 
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Company:

Tacchificio Villa Cortese

Products:

Marc

Industries:

Consumer Products

Overview:

With Marc, Tacchificio Villa Cortese can perform structural analysis of a heel design at the beginning of a project. In this way the company can identify which combination of geometries and materials will deliver the optimal balance between style and functionality without going to the expense of producing unworkable prototypes.


 
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Company:

CRC-ACS

Products:

Marc
MSC Nastran

Industries:

Aerospace

Overview:

MSC Software offers a complete Composites Simulation Solution at all levels of the validation pyramid, whether it be the material level, the joint elemental level, or the subcomponent level.


 
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Company:

Haver & Boecker Niagara

Products:

MSC Apex

Industries:

Heavy Equipment

Overview:

Before using MSC Apex, the process of midsurfacing and model creation could take 2 to 3 weeks starting from a 2D sketch. With Apex, we have the full finite element model in less than a week working straight from the 3D CAD, without having to create 2D sketches first. This was possible through scripting and customization that we could develop together with the MSC support team to match our specific needs.


 
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Company:

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Products:

SimManager

Industries:

Medical Devices

Overview:

SimManager's web-based functions ensure that simulation processes are repeatable thanks to the consistent management of all data and models. They also increase productivity through process automation and a reduction in the need for manual operations.


 
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Company:

Monash University

Products:

Adams Car

Industries:

Automotive

Overview:

With Adams Car, students were able to simulate a trailer model for different driving cases as well as road conditions such as potholes to better understand and analyze fatigue cracking occurring in heavy-duty trailers.


 
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Company:

DOCAN Co.

Products:

Marc
MSC Apex

Industries:

Energy

Overview:

Using MSC Apex's "Geometry from Mesh" toolset, DOCAN engineers were able to use the existing FE model instead of starting over completely from scratch.


 
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Company:

Semiconductor Industry

Products:

MSC Apex Generative Design

Industries:

Electronics

Overview:

Utilizing generative design computing to drive future computing power by ensuring high quality and high performance manufacturing


 
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Company:

Design Experts Tino Kalettka and Hendrik Nater

Products:

MSC Apex Generative Design

Industries:

Machinery

Overview:

Product design can be purely functional or primarily meet aesthetic criteria. Combining both these approaches, can result in highly functional and yet visually appealing designs.


 
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Company:

Objectify Technologies

Products:

MSC Apex Generative Design
Simufact Additive

Industries:

Additive Manufacturing

Overview:

MSC Apex Generative design and Simufact enable Objectify Technologies to validate the efficient additive manufacturability at the early design stage.


 
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Company:

B.M.S. College of Engineering (BMSCE)

Products:

Actran Acoustics

Industries:

Machinery

Overview:

Actran enabled students to study and visualize noise patterns for different natural acoustic board materials and different dimensions, to find the optimum design for equipment enclosure


 
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Company:

Smedley

Products:

Adams

Industries:

Automotive

Overview:

Using Adams Car, the engineering team at Smedley’s Engineers could precisely determine the manoeuvrability of a heavyweight vehicle.


 
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Company:

Marshall Aerospace & Defence Group

Products:

MSC Apex

Industries:

Medical Devices

Overview:

The British Government challenged the Aerospace & Defence Industry to rapidly develop a modern version of the “iron lung” and develop respiratory ventilators that can help save lives around the world. Marshall Aerospace & Defence Group, located in Cambridge, UK, responded to the challenge and led a taskforce to do exactly that.

Due to the rapid nature of development that was needed, time was not on their side. Marshall’s engineers needed to design, analyze, and manufacture all on almostparallel paths, so that a prototype could be delivered as quickly as possible. As such, the design was rapidly changing, sometimes changing daily, and the engineering simulation team needed to keep up with this rapid pace of development. MSC Apex was able to step up to the challenge and deliver rapid analysis results for Marshall’s engineers, allowing them to develop reliable and safe ventilators and deliver them quickly to save lives.


 
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