Lifecycle Insights: Reducing Engineering Error and Design Disruptions Webinar

Chad Jackson Lifecycle Insights

Chad Jackson is an Industry Analyst at Lifecycle Insights and publisher of the engineering-matters blog. With more than 15 years of industry experience, Chad covers career, managerial and technology topics in engineering. Chad is also one of the co-presenters in our upcoming webcast on April 23rd.

He writes,

“For engineers, it’s become a really interesting time. There are a ton of tools out there for engineers to predict the behavior of their designs. There are calculation tools for formulas. There is pre-CAD concept simulation software. You have mathematical modeling capable of simulating system performance. There’s very mature FEM and CFD software tools that work in standalone or CAD-embedded fashions. The list literally goes on and on.

But that, in itself, presents some problems. It’s not easy to pick and choose which approach to adopt. Given the cultural change that needs to be managed whenever you adopt a new technology, you can’t take them all on.

Engineering Calculations Software choices

On Tuesday, April 23, 2013, 2:00 pm ET, join me on a Tech Briefs webinar where I’ll be exploring these different options and give my perspective on the pros and cons of each. And in particular, we’ll take a close look at calculation software.”

Both Chad and the PTC Mathcad team hope you’ll join us! You can sign up for the webinar here.

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