Open, collaborative virtual prototyping platform

  • 16-Jan-2012 02:55 EST
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ESI Group’s Visual-Environment 7.5 is a flexible and open engineering framework within a common platform, addressing multiple simulation domains. With this latest release, Visual-Environment 7.5 provides improvements related to software usability. Pre- and post-processing are now visually integrated within the environment for improved user experience. An ever-evolving platform, Visual-Environment 7.5 offers a better look and feel, as well as common windows and page management, that deliver enhanced graphic unity to run smooth workflows. For each application in Visual-Environment, engineers can use the comprehensive modeling tool “Visual-Mesh” to generate, for complex geometries, solution quality meshes for various disciplines, including vehicle crash testing, passenger safety, NVH, heat treatment, welding, casting, and electromagnetics.

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