Fall 2019

Dimensions magazine - Fall 2019

Electrification for the Win

Learn how companies use simulation to lower costs while improving product design and development, allowing them to keep pace with emerging innovations like electrification, 5G, digital twins and more.

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  • Change Managed

    How GE Power integrated its simulation-based workflow into Alstom’s best-practice production processes without interrupting steam turbine development.
  • Peak Performance for an Electric Vehicle

    Using determination, ingenuity and multiphysics simulation, the Volkswagen Motorsport team smashed not just the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb electric vehicle record but the all-time record for all cars, including those powered by internal combustion engines.
  • Common Thread

    By centralizing all data related to a specific design, GE Aviation is not only accelerating the pace of development and increasing staff productivity, but also significantly and consistently improving product quality.
  • Blueprint for Success

    INVECAS VP of Engineering Srinivasa Gutta explains how the company has met the challenge of designing task-specific semiconductor chips to become a leader in designing advanced IP and ASICs.
  • ANCA Makes Tool Design Less of a Grind

    Electrical engineer and founder of ANCA CNC Machines, Pat Boland, explains how the company is solving the challenges the CNC machining industry is facing today.
  • Food for Thought

    Buhler is focused not just on increasing sales and customer satisfaction via its food processing technologies — but on ending world hunger, reducing waste and supporting sustainability across the worldwide food chain
  • Connecting the World with Middle-Mile, Electric Powered Flights

    magniX is planning to launch the next era of aviation by developing electric propulsion for aircraft to carry up to 20 passengers — or a combination of passengers and cargo — as far as 650 miles with no exhaust emissions.
  • Preparing for the 5G Revolution

    Learn how Radio Frequency Systems is rethinking its most foundational antenna technologies to prepare for the launch of 5G beginning in 2020.

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