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The Virtues of Virtual Prototyping

The automotive industry is accustomed to using computer simulation in product development to conduct extensive tests in various domains such as crash worthiness, stiffness and strength, acoustics, durability, comfort and drivability.
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The automotive industry is accustomed to using computer simulation in product development. In most cases, performance in one domain affects others, but typically each of these areas uses its own suite of simulation tools.

ESI eliminates these problems with an end-to-end solution, which links multiple simulation domains to a simulation model of the impact of materials and fabrication.

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