Computer aided development


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The computer-aided development (English computer-aided engineering and CAE for short ) includes all variants of computer support for work processes in technology.

Sub-areas

The following areas are known:

  • CAD ( computer-aided design , computer-aided design )
  • Digital mock-up ( DMU , installation and removal tests, collision tests and feasibility tests)
  • Discretization software (creation of calculation grids)
  • Electromagnetism simulations ( FEM , FDTD , FIT )
  • Electronics simulations (circuit development and simulation)
  • Ergonomic Analysis (Human Modeling)
  • Manufacturing process simulations ( computer-aided process engineering , CAPE)
  • Fluid Structure Interaction ( FSI , fluid, structure and thermal coupling)
  • Kinematics and rigid body simulations
  • Multi-body simulation ( MBS )
  • Mechanical stress on components and assemblies ( FEM )
  • CNC programming and simulation ( CAM )
  • Computer-aided quality assurance (CAQ)
  • Statistical simulations ( Design for Six Sigma )
  • Flow simulations with Computational Fluid Dynamics ( CFD )
  • Thermal simulations ( FEM and CFD )
  • Administration of simulation data ( simulation data management )
  • Cross-domain simulation of complex dynamic systems ( system simulation and virtual commissioning )
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