Ertesa bungcayao report Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)
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  • Computer-aided engineering (CAE) is the use of computer software to simulate performance in order to improve product <br /> designs or assisting the resolution of engineering problems for a wide range of industries. This includes simulation, validation, <br /> and optimization of products , processes , and manufacturing tools. <br />
  • The use of Computer Aided Engineering Services, or CAE Services, has become more widespread as today&apos;s <br /> industry. Pressure to decrease product development time, improve quality, and reduce the cost of physical <br /> prototypes and testing is driving increased use of CAE simulation and CAE Services throughout the product <br /> lifecycle. <br />

Ertesa bungcayao report Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Computer Aided Engineering Prepared by Bungcayao, Ertesa H. BSMEM5A
  • 2. Computer software CAP
  • 3. Computer Aided Engineering
  • 4. Environment having CASE:
  • 5. The phases that are supported by the Lower and upper CASE tools
  • 6. Positioning of CASE tools in a Software Application development:
  • 7. Advantages and Disadvantages of CASE Tools
  • 8. Pump's digital design model
  • 9. Pump's CFD solutions at BEP
  • 10. Pump's CFD solutions at the partial-load operation
  • 11. Computer Aided Engineering techniques • Non-Traditional Development
  • 12. Body Structure
  • 13. Safety Features