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ESTECO Webinar | Exploiting Design of Experiments (DOE) techniques for multibody and structural vehicle analysis with modeFRONTIER, Adams and MSC Nastran

Aug 29
Aug 29
29 August 2017
Online | 4 PM CEST

ESTECO and MSC Software hosted a joint webinar on August 29th, 2017, presenting the successful integration of their technologies to explore and improve design solutions for multibody and structural vehicle analysis.

On August 29th, 2017 ESTECO hosted expert engineers from MSC Software who will demonstrate the advantages of the integration of their software in modeFRONTIER workflow to identify better solutions using Design of Experiment for multibody and structural vehicle analysis. 

Dynamic behavior of a car in terms of handling, steering and ride is influenced by many vehicle body parameters, which also affects the structural behavior of the system.

ADAMS and MSC NASTRAN software can be coupled together with modeFRONTIER multi-disciplinary optimization environment in order to efficiently explore the combination of the design parameters and improve the system design. 

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AUGUST 29th 2017
4PM CEST

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PRESENTERS

Farnaz Jadbabaie
Product Marketing Manager
MSC Software 

Alberto Clarich
Technical Manager
ESTECO

AGENDA

Focus on the following topics:

  • Overview of ESTECO and its technology
  • Overview of MSC Software
  • Focus on Multidisciplinary Design Exploration > how to exploit ADAMS and MSC NASTRAN simulations concurrently using modeFRONTIER workflow to get an in depth understanding of the design space: key concepts and real world examples
  • Case study > structural and multibody analysis of a suspension system using DOE techniques 
  • Q/A Session 
     

About MSC SOFTWARE

MSC Software develops simulation software technology that enables engineers to validate and optimize their designs using virtual prototypes. Customers in almost every part of manufacturing use our software to complement, and in some cases even replace the physical prototype “build and test” process that has traditionally been used in product design.

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