As a technical supplier for Land Rover BAR, last weekend proved very special for ESTECO. The 48th edition of the Barcolana regatta provided us with the perfect opportunity to personally welcome Sir Ben Anslie and Matt Cornwell to our home town.
In this video Bob Tickel, director of Structural & Dynamic Analysis, discusses on optimization and analysis-led design at Cummins, who started this design initiative to get their products right the first time, in the highest quality and get to market faster.
In this video, filmed on the sidelines of the International modeFRONTIER Users' Meeting 2016, Monica Schnitger, industry analyst, and Stan Przybylinski, VicePresident of research at CIMdata, give us interesting insights on how a shared methodology for CAE model/analysis is possible and how traceability and versioning of simulation data is key to the management of product development complexity.
On September 10th 2016, the jury awarded the best paper prizes at the AIAS Conference 2016. The AIAS (Italian Stress Analysis Association), organized the 45th National Conference gathering researchers, engineers and scholars involved in the stress analysis in engineering systems.
The International Master's in Theoretical & Practical Application of Finite Element Method and CAE Simulation, in partnership with EnginSoft and CADFEM UK, will start on February 2017 with modular courses and free modeFRONTIER licenses for students!
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As an official technology supplier, we are excited to see Land Rover BAR Team in the overall lead for the Louis Vuitton American’s Cup World Series, after its win in home waters in Portsmouth. Hear Matteo Ledri - BAR designer - discuss how optimization was crucial to the team's latest success. Stay tuned for the next series in Toulon!
The Swiss, solar-powered plane Solar Impulse 2 (SI2) has covered more than 40,000km and completed the first-ever round-the-world flight with no fuel. Among the software technology used during the project, modeFRONTIER acted as a key tool to bring together the domain-specific tools needed.
ESTECO is proud to support students and researchers at the Center for Computational Design at Rutgers University