Flow visualisation of a cavitating hydrofoil as part of a preliminary test validation study for a large numerical and physical research project.

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Virtual Reality

In concurrent engineering, a workflow still exists, but iterations are taken into account. The main difference from the conventional approach of product design is that all disciplines are now involved in the earliest stages of product design; they progress concurrently, so that the iterations result in less wasted effort and lost time. A key to this approach is a well-recognized importance of communication among and within disciplines. A powerful and effective tool used in the process of planning the manufacture and performance of the product is computer simulation. The next step in the production process is to make and test a prototype, that is, an original working model of the product.

Today, that next step is done in the process of virtually planning the manufacture of the product, simulating the physics of the material for each manufacturing step, and making this complex technology available for engineers and designers with process automation. Virtual reality from ESI GROUP is available to push the process of virtual prototyping to the next level.

Virtual Reality – Part after quenching – Courtesy AP&T

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