In less than a month, on August 14th at 1pm EST to be exact, PTC Mathcad in partnership with NASA Tech Briefs is presenting a live half-hour webinar on Best Practices for Engineering Calculations. Click here to register.
Roger Yeh, a Senior Application Engineer at PTC and Ned Daniels, a Business Development Manager for Mathcad Education will both be presenting on different best practices like verification and validation, IP Capture/ Documentation, and more. They will be demonstrating these best practices through the Mathcad Prime 2.0 environment and you will have the chance to ask them questions during a live Q&A session.
Verification and validation is a best practice for many engineers and spans all disciplines and industries. This important process ensures that products meet design requirements, specifications, and regulations. When done correctly and accurately, verification and validation allows for engineers and designers to meet the needs of their customers and meet the requirements of product compliance globally.
Equally important is the ability for engineers to document their calculations, share them with others, and protect their own intellectual property. This allows engineers to spend more time finding solutions and less time documenting. It also ensures that important information is properly conveyed to a broad audience and can be reused or looked back on years down the road.
What better way to learn about these best practices and more through a live demonstration using a really cool Mathcad worksheet dealing with wind turbine calculations? Better yet, how interesting would it be to see how these engineering calculations generated in Mathcad dealing with wind, energy creation, and requirements, can then result in seamless integration with Creo and create models for the wind turbine propellers?
Join us on August 14th at 1pm EST and take just half an hour out of your day to learn the value behind these best practices for engineering calculations, learn a trick or two, and pick the brain of two Mathcad experts.