Case Studies: CAE
The CAE industry uses Spatial's 3D component software to better predict how product designs will behave in real-world environments.
Click to learn more about how Spatial 3D software components benefit the CAE industry.
Summary: FVA's solutions serve the entire driveline industry (automotive, industrial, aviation, marine, rail, and wind) with software capable of highly sophisticated and detailed simulation of the system behavior of virtual gearboxes and detailed analysis of individual driveline/gearbox components. Whether used in the early stages of design or to verify existing gearboxes, FVA's software package enables customers to visualize complex gearboxes in 3D while modeling system behavior, such as deformations and kinematics.
Summary: Simerics has closed the gap between 3D mechanical and fluid models, allowing for a tight coupling of CFD analysis with physical design.This saves weeks of setup time, helping Simerics customers deliver the best solution while achieving aggressive times to market.
Summary: Optimal Solutions’ Sculptor™ arbitrary shape deformation software needed the ability to apply an optimized shape to the original CAD model to eliminate the need to rebuild the CAD model prior to manufacturing.
Summary: Exa Corporation, a global innovator of simulation software, needed high-quality conversion from multiple CAD formats to prepare models for meshing, and had a need for an industry-proven 3D solid modeling kernel.
Summary: CST needed a 3D modeling kernel for its electromagnetic simulation software. By integrating Spatial technology into CST STUDIO SUITE, CST focused on its core competence of numerical simulation technology development.
Summary: Vector Fields needed a 3D modeling kernel for its electromagnetic design software to facilitate the creation and parameterization of models. Spatial's 3D ACIS modeling engine integrated into Vector Fields’ Concerto and Opera software, was the solution.
Summary: A new product needed to go to market quickly to generate revenue, however the company lacked time and resources to develop its own 3D geometry kernel. Virtual Motion integrated the 3D ACIS modeling engine and leveraged AGM and HOOPS to accelerate DAFUL software development.
Summary: Speed up model handling and through-put; Reduced time to market; Enabled engineers to simulate more physical domains.
Lambda Research Corporation
Summary: First optics program to offer compatibility with mechanical CAD programs; Creation of a world-class product in 18-20 months; Import and export of popular CAD and lens design program formats; Handles complex geometry to define and trace millions of rays