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Early product design decisions by engineers are often done in a vacuum of information. Starting with an initial concept and testing as you go is a great way to collect data about what’s working and what isn’t that will ultimately get you to a better outcome. Learn four ways every engineer should use simulation during design to test ideas and make informed decisions.
You don’t have to wait until the final stages of the design process to perform simulations. Here are four types of simulations all engineers can use to inform designs from the earliest stages until a physical product is created.
A common misconception about simulation is that it takes a long time and is difficult to use. While engineering expertise is still required for effective application of simulations, user experiences for many simulation tools has been improved. Streamlined and user-friendly simulation tools allow engineers to perform many more tests throughout the development process with minimal disruption to the flow of design.
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