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Dive into the World of Zero Tests, Zero Prototypes, Zero Downtime

Make digital models your prime reference when designing multi-material assemblies for lightweight body & chassis
The value of high-accuracy virtual tests throughout various product development and manufacturing steps
Automotive

Highlights From ESI Live 2021
A Global Digital Event Talking Mission Zero and How to Get Sustainability Right, Digitally
Aerospace, Automotive, Digital Transformation, Heavy Machinery

How to push the boundaries of CFD modeling and the need to move towards democratization of numerical simulation
Read on to learn about the latest research findings from the global CFD community shared at the 9th OpenFOAM Conference
Aerospace, Automotive, Company News, Digital Transformation, Virtual Reality

The Key to Solving Your Biggest Aerospace Challenges & Achieving Your Sustainability Goals
Making and designing the safest, lightest spaceships with ZERO physical prototypes
Aerospace

Dream up Your Most Innovative Lightweight Designs with Topology Optimization
How can you go about making your product more lightweight and reducing manufacturing costs – without sacrificing performance or safety? What if switching from steel to new lightweight material isn’t an option? We will address these topics and more in this blog.
Automotive, Digital Transformation, Energy

Optimizing Electric Vehicle Performance and Defining Its Character
Exposing the main challenges of developing competitive EVs and how you can increase your vehicle’s performance, reliably define its character, while accelerating the development process.
Automotive

Space, the Next Frontier
Anticipate and address manufacturing process-related issues early
Aerospace, Virtual Reality

Empower Automakers to Engineer and Manufacture Multi-Material Assemblies with Confidence
Virtual Prototyping represents an end-to-end approach for early validation of material and design choices, manufacturing and assembly process strategy, with significant benefits over the complete body development cycle.
Automotive

Combating Springback with Virtual Prototyping Makes Cutting-Edge Materials Possible for Kirchhoff Polska
New, lighter materials not only bring about great advances and better products, but also new problems. Read on to see how Kirchhoff Polska transformed their die design and forming process with simulation.
Automotive

How to Make Electric Vehicles Safer and Cheaper? Start by Analyzing the Battery
As the number of EVs on the road continue to grow, so do concerns on how to keep costs low and also, and more importantly, how to keep passengers safe. Read on to see how simulation replaces crash testing in the design of lithium-ion battery packs.
Automotive

Reality: Extended and Unplugged - ESI Joins NVIDIA CloudXR Early Access
The power needed to deliver professional-grade, high-fidelity virtual realities has required VR gear to be tethered to a powerful engineering workstation, capable of delivering the performance needed to meet validation requirements on assembly processes and service procedures. But for how much longer? NVIDIA CloudXR with ESI IC.IDO shows the sky is the limit.
Virtual Reality

Staking a Place in Space - a Landmark Achievement in the Aerospace Industry
Using composite materials can be risky, especially when the end-product is subject to high-intensity stresses and need to comply with stringent certification requirements. Fortunately, there is a solution that enables you to identify the best suited composite material and confidently design and build your product to achieve the optimum performance and quality, while improving your bottom line.
Aerospace

Get Mouse Ears Off Your Car Body
Mouse ears, ogees, esses, stingers… all distortions of fractions of a millimeter that can result in a stamped panel or even an entire vehicle being rejected. Don’t let that happen to you. Save both time and money by discovering how you can predict these anomalies before they occur.
Automotive, Virtual Reality

How Do the World’s Largest Flags Actually Fly?
Flags are designed to display a message.
Automotive, Digital Transformation

For Nissin Kogyo, ESI ProCAST is an Indispensable Tool for Assuring Production Quality
As lightweight materials become more reliable, automotive OEMs depend on them more to reduce the weight of their automobiles. Naturally, that trickles down to their suppliers who now struggle to incorporate lightweight materials into their castings without sacrificing on quality, performance or durability. So how do suppliers keep up with the demands the industry puts on them while keeping their good name? We’ll tell you how the Japanese automotive parts company, Nissin Kogyo, did it and gained even more confidence from customers like Honda and Toyota.
Automotive

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