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MSC Apex and CAEFatigue for Random Response analysis

MSC Apex is MSC software’s new GUI environment.  It’s been around for a few years and development is progressing steadily. 

While it does an amazing job with model preparation broad support for analysis solutions is still evolving.

 

Space Sector Benefits

A key area for our customers in the Space sector is around Random Response analysis which is a requirement for predicting the damage caused during the launch event by the launch agencies.

Apex supports the underlying frequency response analysis but full support for pre-and post-processing the Random element for Nastran is not available as of the 2021.2 release. 

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Advanced Engineering 3-4 November 2021

Join Geoff, Chris, Paul, Max and Neil from Desktop Engineering at the UK's largest annual gathering of OEMs and supply chain professionals at the NEC, Birmingham on the 3rd and 4th November 2021. To attend as our guest, simply register to claim your FREE ticket with...

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New horizons to access talent

Desktop Engineering Ltd (DTE) is pleased to announce a new strategic relationship with Avant Future Mobility (AVANT), the specialist finance and talent resource in the electric vehicle and e-mobility industry. The exciting new market of e-mobility design and...

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Explore, Organize & Collaborate on your designs

In today’s challenging work environment, the need for teams to work remotely has increased the urgency for companies to truly embrace digital transformation as a way to empower collaboration. This means supporting the need to collaborate on designs, organize and...

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Why move from CATIA V5 to CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE?

Design on the go, work with team members around the world, engineer across systems and domains, and effortlessly keep all your data up to date when you switch to 3DEXPERIENCE CATIA. 3DEXPERIENCE CATIA lets you use the most up-to-date CATIA features with greater...

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