CAE Applications for Automotive Structures Symposium


November 30 - December 1, 2005
SAE Automotive Headquarters
Troy, Michigan, USA
ID#2005S14

CAE, or Computer Aided Engineering, refers to the construction and analysis of objects using virtual methods. CAE includes activities of design, planning, construction, analysis and production planning and preparation, all within a computer-generated environment.

Attendees to the 2005 CAE Applications for Structures Symposium will learn about CAE modeling techniques (CATIA, IDEAS, HYPERMESH applications), durability (Performance, Function, and Fatigue using NASTRAN, ABAQUS, nSOFT, etc.), applications (Tool/Die Design using CAE, Mold flow, Adhesive strength, Spot Weld Strength, Joining techniques, Bolt Design using CAE, etc.), Safety (Crash applications, Energy Management, Occupant Protection), structural optimization and much more!

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