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  • Leveraging CAE for Greater Business Leveraging CAE for Greater Business Value Through SimulationValue Through SimulationValue Through SimulationValue Through Simulation

    February 17th, 2010

  • AgendaLeveraging CAE for Greater Business Value Through Simulation

    February 17th, 20108am PST (Seattle) / 11am EST (New York) / 4pm GMT (London)

    Welcome & Introduction (Overview of NAFEMS Activities)

    Matthew Ladzinski, NAFEMS North America

    Leveraging CAE for Greater Business Value Through

    Collaboration Collaboration Innovation Innovation Productivity Productivity -- QualityQuality

    Leveraging CAE for Greater Business Value Through Simulation

    Marc Halpern, Ph.D., Gartner

    Q&A Session

    Panel

    Closing

    Ladzinski Halpern

  • An Overview of NAFEMS ActivitiesAn Overview of NAFEMS Activities

    THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONTHE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONFOR THE ENGINEERING ANALYSIS FOR THE ENGINEERING ANALYSIS

    COMMUNITYCOMMUNITY

    Collaboration Collaboration Innovation Innovation Productivity Productivity -- QualityQuality

    An Overview of NAFEMS ActivitiesAn Overview of NAFEMS Activities

    Matthew LadzinskiMatthew LadzinskiNAFEMS North AmericaNAFEMS North America

  • Planned ActivitiesPlanned Activities Webinars

    New topic each month! Visualization March 2010 Accepted Practices in FEA April 2010 (NAFEMS India Webinar)

    Recent webinars: Product Performance Simulation in the Year 2020 February 2010 What is V&V How to Ensure that CFD for Industrial Applications is Fit for Purpose Practical CFD Composite FE Analysis 10 Ways to Increase Your Professional Value in the Engineering Industry Dynamic FE Analysis Modal Analysis in Virtual Prototyping and Product Validation Pathways to Future CAE Technologies and their Role in Ambient Intelligent Environments Computational Structural Acoustics: Technology, Trends and Challenges FAM: Advances in Research and Industrial Application of Experimental Mechanics

    Collaboration Collaboration Innovation Innovation Productivity Productivity -- QualityQuality

    FAM: Advances in Research and Industrial Application of Experimental Mechanics CCOPPS: Power Generation: Engineering Challenges of a Low Carbon Future Practical CFD Analysis Complexity Management CCOPPS: Creep Loading of Pressurized Components Phenomena and Evaluation Multiphysics Simulation using Implicit Sequential Coupling CCOPPS: Fatigue of Welded Pressure Vessels Applied Element Method as a Practical Tool for Progressive Collapse Analysis of Structures A Common Sense Approach to Stress Analysis and Finite Element Modeling The Interfacing of FEA with Pressure Vessel Design Codes (CCOPPS Project) Multiphysics Simulation using Directly Coupled-Field Element Technology Methods and Technology for the Analysis of Composite Materials Simulation Process Management Simulation-supported Decision Making (Stochastics) Simulation Driven Design (SDD) Findings

    To register for upcoming webinars, or to view a past webinar, please visit: www.nafems.org/events/webinars

  • Established in 2009

    Next courses:

    Dynamic FE Analysis January 12th, 2010 (six-week course)

    Non-Linear Analysis March 2nd, 2010 (four-week course)

    Collaboration Collaboration Innovation Innovation Productivity Productivity -- QualityQuality

    Non-Linear Analysis March 2nd, 2010 (four-week course)

    Composite FE Analysis April 13th, 2010 (four-week course)

    Simulation-Supported Engineering TBA (four-week course)

    Proposed course offerings:

    Optimization Summer 2010 (four-week course)

    For more information, visit: www.nafems.org/e-learning

  • NAFEMS EventsNAFEMS Events

    Multiple opportunities to attend conferences, seminars/workshops and training courses

    Collaboration Collaboration Innovation Innovation Productivity Productivity -- QualityQuality

    Let us know if you would like to schedule an on-site training course

    For more information, please visit: www.nafems.org

  • Leveraging CAE for Greater Leveraging CAE for Greater

    Business Value Through Business Value Through

    SimulationSimulation

    This presentation, including any supporting materials, is owned by Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates and is for the sole use of the intended Gartner

    audience or other authorized recipients. This presentation may contain information that is confidential, proprietary or otherwise legally protected,

    and it may not be further copied, distributed or publicly displayed without the express written permission of Gartner, Inc. or its affiliates.

    2009 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

    Marc Halpern, P.E., Ph.D.Research DirectorManufacturing Advisory ServiceGartner, Inc.

    Email: [email protected]

  • A Harbinger of Things to Come?

    After a two-month review, Toyota concluded that its product-development process was fraying at the edges due to its

    JANUARY 27, 2010, Toyota Heir Faces

    Crisis at the Wheel, Wall Street Journal

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    development process was fraying at the edges due to its emphasis on its global expansion. Mr. Watanabe noted in an interview at the time that in some cases company engineers may have rushed out products without conducting enough quality checks, such as building physical prototypes, and relying too

    much on computer simulations. Toyota tapped the brakes

    on that practice.

  • Topics to Discuss

    What is simulation and how does it build on CAE?

    What has 40 years of CAE taught us that we can apply to more strategic adoption of simulation?

    What is realistic to expect from commercial software to enable valuable mainstream simulation?

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    to enable valuable mainstream simulation?

    What are best practices to adopt and use simulation technology?

  • Topics to discuss

    What is simulation and how does it build on CAE?

    What has 40 years of CAE taught us that we can apply to more strategic adoption of simulation?

    What is realistic to expect from commercial software to enable valuable mainstream simulation?

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    to enable valuable mainstream simulation?

    What are best practices to adopt and use simulation technology?

  • Simulation Builds on CAE for Critical Product

    Development Applications

    CAECAE

    SimulationSimulation

    Software support for engineering Software support for engineering processes and activities, processes and activities, particularly engineering analysis to particularly engineering analysis to certify designscertify designs

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    certify designscertify designs

    Modeling and predicting Modeling and predicting behavior among objects in behavior among objects in physical systems including physical systems including interactions with their interactions with their environment and making the environment and making the feedback more lifelike.feedback more lifelike.

  • Simulation Builds on CAE for Critical Product

    Development Activities

    CAECAE

    SimulationSimulation

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  • Simulation Footprint is Broader Than CAE

    Category CAE Simulation

    Key Markets Discrete manufacturers, process manufacturers, architectural engineering and construction

    All industries

    Scope Primarily to evaluate engineering-related design choices and code compliance

    Understand implications of design on all product lifecycle activities

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    choices and code compliance

    Stakeholders Mostly engineering. Some manufacturing, quality managers, and regulatory personnel

    All CAE stakeholders plus marketing, sales, all manufacturing, customers, even executives

    Perceived benefits Design insights, reduces product lifecycle costs that have engineering implications. Create design knowledge without prototypes and physical testing. Improves product quality

    Enhances all CAE benefits, exposes and tests more assumptions, communicates more effectively to a broader audience of product lifecycle stakeholders

  • Simulation in Manufacturing

    Improving Design of Improving Design of Factory AutomationFactory Automation

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    Improving Ergonomics Improving Ergonomics of Assemblyof Assembly

    Courtesy: Dassault SystemesCourtesy: Dassault Systemes

    Courtesy: Dassault SystemesCourtesy: Dassault Systemes

  • Simulation in Construction

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    55--8% savings on $1.5 Billion US construction projec

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