Webinar – Introduction to VCollab
Sharing simulation results with colleagues, customers, partners or management can be challenging due to file size, program incompatibility, or lack of simulation programs. VCollab is the right solution to help communicate CAE simulation results. During this online webinar, intended for CAE users, like Abaqus, Ansys, Nastran, Fluent, Star-CCM+, VCollab is introduced and demonstrated.

FEA report generation, sharing and review
Sharing simulation results with colleagues, managers and customers is challenging, as:
– Each simulation tool is using its own format
– The size of output files can be large
– Knowledge and licenses are required of advanced post-processors
Finite Element Analysis report generation
– VCollab is a easy to use solution that reduces the time to generate interactive, sharable 3D simulation reports.
– VCollab provides a common format CAX to store simulation data/results/information from different commercial tools, like Ansys, Abaqus, Nastran, Fluent, Star-CCM+, …
– VCollab reduces the file size by filtering, compacting and storing the key results
– VCollab stores the key simulation information via so called 3D ViewPoints
– VCollab reports can be generated in batch
Share Finite Element Analysis results
– VCollab provide smart tools to visualize the interactive 3D CAE reports
– The 3D report is available in html, pdf, jt or cax format, which can be shared with colleagues with different backgrounds
– VCollab files can be incorporated in a data management system, like 3DEXPERIENCE platform, Teamcenter, …
Review FEA simulation results
– The 3D report is available in html, pdf, jt or cax format, which can be shared with colleagues with different backgrounds
– VCollab files can be incorporated in a data management system, like 3DEXPERIENCE platform, Teamcenter, …

Who should attend this event?
– CAE engineers
– CAE managers
– Engineers who need to generate 3D simulation reports for colleagues/partners/customers/managers

Sep 19, 2019 04:00 PM in Amsterdam

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