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CFD in the Cloud

This image of the topology of a dual-impeller industrial baffled mixer is used in an EXN/Aero validation case study on the Envenio website. The baffle region is in purple and the immersed baffles are in red. Image courtesy of Envenio.

EXN/Aero end-to-end CFD solution now hosted on Google Cloud platform.

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5G-Based Product Development

A beam pattern and grating lobe diagram for 66 GHz 64x64 element design, designed with MathWorks Antenna Toolbox. Image courtesy of MathWorks.

The possibilities available with 5G adoption will force many companies to rethink their businesses—and provide opportunity for smart startups.

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Different Paths Toward Democratization

You can take your pick of revolutionary technologies changing the world today. In the field of design engineering, technologies like simulation, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, additive manufacturing and sensor-laden, connected products are just a few with society-altering promise.

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Simulation in the Cloud

Moving streamlines show airflow around a Chevy Traverse rendered using photorealistic ray tracing. Visualized using ANSYS Ensight. Image courtesy of ANSYS and General Motors.

Cloud-based solutions allow engineers to access a wider variety of hardware instances than would be possible to support on-premise.

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Onshape Debuts Onshape Enterprise

Onshape Enterprise enables companies to protect valuable intellectual property by configuring roles and permission schemes that enable instant user provisioning and de-provisioning with incredible precision. You can dive into comprehensive audit logs to discover who did what when and from where. Image courtesy of Onshape.

Onshape Enterprise helps companies accelerate their design processes while protecting IP to a degree that wasn't possible with old CAD and PDM, the company reports.

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EXN/AERO Migrates to Google

EXN/Aero addresses many of the long-time restrictions and limitations faced by engineers, replacing inflexible and expensive CFD licenses with a pay-as-you-go model, according to Envenio.

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