On Demand Webcast: Reducing Engineering Error and Design Disruptions- Exploring Calculation Software Tools

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On April 23rd PTC Mathcad and NASA Tech Briefs co-produced a one hour webcast called “Reducing Engineering Error and Design Disruptions- Exploring Calculation Software Tools“. Chad Jackson, an Industry Analyst and President and Founder of Lifecycle Insights defined Performance Predictions and took the viewers through the different definitions and positives and negatives of each. The Performance Prediction Initiatives included:

  • Traditional Simulation and Analysis
  • Simulation Driven Design
  • Simulation Automation
  • Topology Optimization
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Digital Engineering Calculations

Anji Seberino, Senior PTC Mathcad Applications Engineer then presented and provided an in-depth demonstration of PTC’s Digital Engineering Calculations tool, PTC Mathcad Prime 2.0. She discusses how engineering calculation software enables us to implement the practice of setting up design variables up front, defining equations, and viewing performance specifically with the example of predicting performance of a Surface Area of a Threaded Bolt for Electro-Plating.

Click here to watch the full webcast and to download the slides presented.

About Anna Giangregorio

Anna Giangregorio has been working in PTC’s marketing department since May of 2011 supporting a variety of different programs in North America. When she isn’t in the office, she likes to travel, walk her dog, and carry on with her quest to find and sample the best Buffalo Wings she can get her hands on. To see more social media posted by Anna, follow her Twitter handle @AnnaG_PTC.
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