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June 03, 2010
WESTMINSTER, Calif., June 3 -- NEi Software, a world leader in CAE innovation, announces the launch of its Advancements in Simulation Webinar Series. The complimentary series will focus on recent advancements in software driven product design testing. Engineers will gain insight into how to use the latest Finite Elements Analysis (FEA) software innovations to help meet business objectives such as reducing material costs, time to market and field failures.
Sessions will be lead by NEi Software FEA experts who provide engineers with FEA mentoring, training and support. The sessions include an overview of advancements in product design analysis followed by composite analysis, nonlinear analysis and analysis optimization. The webinars will include applications of these advancements to a wide range of industries including aerospace, automotive, civil, manufacturing, marine, medical, and offshore petroleum. The company's most recent Nastran release, NEi Nastran V10 will be highlighted during these sessions.
"With a 20 year history of providing engineering analysis software, NEi Software continues to focus on developing engineering software that reduces product analysis time with improved accuracy. This series will demonstrate how engineers can meet the ongoing challenge of producing high quality customized products that require complex analyses within an ever shrinking time frame," said Dave Weinberg, CEO of NEi Software.
Some of these advancements include:
Registration is now open. Admission to the webinar sessions is free. Those interested in registering can do so at the following site: Advancements in Simulation.
Session Description Date and Time Register
S1 Product Design Analysis Advancements Jun 22 at 10 AM PT S1 Registration
S2 Composite Analysis Advancements Jul 20 at 10 AM PT S2 Registration
S3 Nonlinear Analysis Advancements Sep 21 at 10 AM PT S3 Registration
S4 Analysis Optimization Advancements Oct 19 at 10 AM PT S4 Registration
About NEi Software
NEi Software is a world leader in CAE innovation supplying Nastran Finite Element Analysis (FEA), engineering simulation, and virtual testing software solutions. Engineers gain insight with digital prototypes, images, contour plots, graphs, and animations of linear and nonlinear structural stress, deformation, dynamics, vibration, kinematics, impact, heat transfer and fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations. The website features case studies in aerospace, automotive, maritime, petroleum, medical, and consumer products with demonstration videos, webinars, tutorials, and training schedules. Web site: www.NEiSoftware.com. Telephone: 714-899-1220. Email: email@example.com.
Source: NEi Software
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