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Coconuts, Blood Cells, Snail Armor - What do they have in common?

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As the 2010 SIMULIA Customer Conference approaches, it reminds me of a thought-provoking presentation given by Dale Berry of SIMULIA at the 2009 SCC in London.

He reminded the audience, of engineers and researchers, that Realistic Simulation is not only good for evaluating mechanical behavior of product performance, but it’s also an indespenible tool for driving innovative research that improves our lives and society.

Read the complete blog post for examples highlighed by Dale that illustrate how realistic simulation can help improve our society including: Cocunut Fiber Analysis, Red Blood Cell Analysis, Vibration Barrier Analysis, and as mentioned in recent posts on iMechanica, Snail Armor analysis. Check out the blog post here:

Thanks for checking it out. Let me know what you think and if you have other suggestions for future blog post on the use of Abaqus for innovative research


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