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Top seven tips to increase engineering productivity

How do you meet your project milestones and get testing done sooner, without putting in extra hours at the office? The benefits of simulating early as a part of the design process have been documented extensively. The time and resource costs of engineering changes increase with each step from concept to production. Frontloading computational fluid dynamics (CFD), moving simulation early into the design process, can help engineers examine trends and eliminate less desirable design options before change gets more costly.

    In this white paper, you’ll learn seven tips for assessing the performance of your designs early in the design process and promoting collaboration and knowledge-sharing between analysis experts and design engineers.

What’s inside?

Practical tips and discussion that show you how you can:

  • Meet product requirements (for example: lower weight, faster speed, complex behaviors etc.)
  • Avoid downstream development delays and costs (for example: reduce testing and prototyping, reduce change orders, etc.)
  • Satisfy customer contractual obligations or regulatory requirements
  • Reduce product lifecycle costs
  • Drive production costs lower

Simcenter FLOEFD for Solid Edge

Simcenter FLOEFD for Solid Edge supports flow simulation with an embedded CFD simulation tool for easy, fast and accurate fluid flow and heat transfer analysis. FLOEFD for Solid Edge is especially well-suited for use during the design process as it reduces overall time to a solution by as much a 65-75 percent compared to other CFD tools. The award-winning FLOEFD automates the most onerous CFD steps and helps engineers to immediately prepare and analyze their Solid Edge models.