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Dynardo’s optiSLang now distributed by ANSYS

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ANSYS optiSLang GUI. Source: Dynardo. (Click image to enlarge.)

Dynardo’s optiSLang software for CAE-based robust design optimization (RDO) will now be distributed and supported worldwide by ANSYS and its channel partners. “Dynardo and ANSYS contribute unique technology and expertise to this partnership,” noted Dynardo CEO Johannes Will. The new product, ANSYS optiSLang, applies Dynardo’s technology for sensitivity analysis, multi-objective and multidisciplinary optimization, robustness evaluation, reliability analysis and RDO to the ANSYS suite of parametric and persistent CAD and CAE modeling software. Continue reading

WOST—12th Annual Weimar Optimization and Stochastic Days 2015

WOST—12th Annual Weimar Optimization and Stochastic Days 2015, Nov. 5-6, Congress Centrum Neue Weimarhalle. Dynardo’s conference for CAE-based parametric optimization, stochastic analysis and Robust Design Optimization (RDO) offers focused information and training in practical seminars and workshops as well as in interdisciplinary lectures. Users will talk about their experiences in parametric optimization, service providers will present their new developments, and scientific research institutions will inform about state-of-the-art RDO methodology. Register here.

Design space exploration industry timeline

A timeline of company formations, product launches and M&A activity among design exploration and optimization software vendors maps the pace and direction of the industry’s development.

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Design exploration vs. design optimization

Automating the search for solutions to engineering problems can take either of two broad approaches: design exploration or design optimization. Practitioners making technology choices need to understand which tools do one, which do the other, and which approach best fits their needs. A global roster of commercially available design exploration and optimization software appears at the end of this post. Continue reading