The deployment of MD Nastran will create a fully harmonized simulation nvironment for Volkswagen that extends from the European headquarters in olfsburg, to other German development sites in Kassel and Braunschweig.
Volkswagen has enjoyed a long-standing development relationship with SC.Software and chose MD Nastran as the path forward from their currently eployed MSC.Software solutions including Adams, SimDesigner and the custom simulation data management environment CAE-Bench. By combining the core functionality of MSC Nastran, Marc and Adams, MD Nastran allows anufacturing customers to address a broad set of multi-disciplinary ngineering applications with higher accuracy and more reliable performance redictions.
“MD Nastran provides Volkswagen with the right combination of unctionality and business value,” said Dr. Malte Lewerenz, Manager of imulation for Volkwagen AG. “By using MD Nastran, Volkswagen will not only armonize the simulation environments at our German development sites, but ill provide our engineers with the technology potential for future process nnovations and optimization.”
“Since its introduction in 2006, the acceptance of MD Nastran has xtended well beyond the realm of the early adopters and multi-discipline imulation is rapidly becoming a cornerstone technology in automotive OEMs nd their suppliers throughout Europe,” said Amir Mobayen, senior vice resident, MSC.Software EMEA operations. “More and more of these companies are recognizing that the enterprise simulation capabilities of MD Nastran provide technology and business benefits to enhance their capacity for nnovation and as well as their competitive edge.”
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