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Multiphysics Engineering Simulation in the Cloud

December 10, 2021

Multiphysics Engineering Simulation in the Cloud
A multiphysics approach to design is of the essence to fully capture the realworld interactions between the physical phenomena at play inside today’s complex products. This means that to develop the best products need to adopt simulation tools capable of handling structural, thermal, and fluid flow behavior with high-fidelity and in a timely manner. Access to CAE simulation tools in the cloud is therefore critical and can offer a competitive advantage, as it enables engineering teams to quickly assess product performance and accelerate design iterations by leveraging its virtually limitless computational power and collaborative nature. Engineers and designers have traditionally been constrained by legacy desktop CAE tools. Neither the computational power available locally, or its associated cost, scale up or down on-demand. N

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