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Virtual Modeling

Virtual Engineering is defined as integrating geometric models and related engineering tools such as analysis, simulation, optimization, and decision making tools within a computer-generated environment that facilitates multidisciplinary collaborative product development. This physics based approach takes advantage of the advances in computational power, the latest computational tools, years of research to understand the physics, generated test-to-test variability data, and verified & validated (V&V) modeling methodologies.

  • Advantages Virtual Engineering:

- Minimize Physical Testing

- Minimize Physical Product Revisions

- Reduced Development Cycles

- Reduced Certification Cycles

- Improved Assembly and Manufacturing Cycles

- Accomplish Results with a Less Experienced Work Force

- Robust Design

- Improved Product Knowledge