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

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

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