CAE Hub

Everything you need to know about Computer-Aided Engineering in one place. From fundamental concepts to specific industrial applications, the SimScale CAE Hub is a collection of news, stories, and case studies that will keep you up-to-date with the latest developments in simulation technology.

Written by Anastasia Churazova on April 10, 2018

The indoor environment of any building determines the health, productivity, and comfort of its occupants, making thermal comfort...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on April 4, 2018

Diverse building codes and strict sustainability and energy efficiency requirements are driving the need for new innovative...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on April 3, 2018

Are you being held back by the limited computing power of your current CAE software? It might be the time to consider your...

Written by Anna Flessner on March 13, 2018

Learn how Marc Wheeler's Principles of Engineering class used FEA with SimScale to simulate loads on a small-scale balsa wood...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on February 27, 2018

A well-designed garage ventilation system needs to remove harmful vehicle emissions while providing fresh air. Learn how CFD...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on February 26, 2018

Data centers are energy-hungry infrastructures, operating around the clock. It is, therefore, critical to ensure their energy...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on February 14, 2018

Engineering simulation has become a hot topic in the AEC industry. Learn why the largest AEC companies in the world, including...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on February 12, 2018

Until recently, HVAC design engineers mainly relied on hand calculations in their efforts to comply with official standards....

Written by Anwar Endris on January 22, 2018

Healthcare-associated infections are a major, yet preventable, threat. A well-designed negative pressure room with CFD is crucial...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on January 12, 2018

The electronics industry is one of the most rapidly growing industries in the world and is faced with more and more stringent...

Written by Ajay Harish on January 5, 2018

An engineer's analysis of why the Titanic sank. Learn about the hull's design, material flaws and what could have been done...

Written by Ajay Harish on December 18, 2017

In September of 1999, after almost 10 months of travel to Mars, the Mars Climate Orbiter burned and broke into pieces. On a day...

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