CATIA Training Courses available now!

By | April 26th, 2016|CATIA|

We are proud to announce the first release of CATIA Training Courses, interactive lessons perfect for beginners and CAD-Engineers who are looking to quickly become efficient in the CATIA environment. CATIA is a powerful CAD platform! You have an access to a significant amount of workbenches that allows you to design surfaces and solids, create assemblies and drawings, simulate mechanism and much more… To improve your skill using the software, training is required. […]

Take control of your Catia V5 environment

By | April 18th, 2016|CATIA|

Let's demystify some of the settings in your environment file. We will show you how  to leverage this knowledge into managing a multi-user environment to ensure that everyone has the same settings on dimension arrows, threads etc, and access to one common documentation installation. With these examples you should be able to go further and create [...]

Abaqus: Running Job Batches with Python

By | April 12th, 2016|Abaqus FEA, Tips&Tricks|

As previously mentioned, running batches kicks ass! In that post I quickly described how to use bat files to get your workstation churning at all times. This time I’ll show you the necessary steps to convert this into python. Why you probably ask? Well, with python we can easily start to extend functionality to do cool stuff like logging solution time for each job in the batch, create real-time convergence plots and even schedule jobs. I will keep this post as basic as possible, so do not fear if you aren’t familiar with python – you’ll only need the ability to read and some basic logical thinking. If not, run. […]

Meet us at Subsea Valley Conference 2016

By | April 5th, 2016|Events|

Meet us as booth D26 the 6-7th April at Subsea Valley Conference! This year we are bringing the first results from our newest internal research project; unbounded flexible riser with Simulia. Drop by and learn more about what potential we see in the combined power of the Simulia portfolio for such a project.  See a small [...]

Catia V5 Startup Commands

By | April 1st, 2016|CATIA, Tips&Tricks|

Discover the commands that lives beneath your Catia V5 Icon. We will give you a short introduction that will enable you to take advantage of these commands. Open directly into your favorite workbench populated with your current projects and run macros at start-up are just a few things you can easily setup. If you are an CAD-administrator, then this is a must-read!   […]

Abaqus: Running Batch Jobs 101

By | February 22nd, 2016|Abaqus FEA, Simulia, Tips&Tricks|

Batching jobs is essential to fully utilize your hardware and software resources. It is satisfying to relax during the off-hours knowing that the huge series of jobs you created during the daytime will run continuously throughout the night (and sometimes weekends). […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

By | December 17th, 2015|Cloud, Design, Mechanical Engineering|

  PLM Technology wish you all a Merry Christmas and peaceful holidays. We are looking forward to continue our collaboration and wish you all the best for 2016! Best Regards, The PLM Technology Team

Meet us at Nor-Shipping – OSLO June 02-05!

By | May 27th, 2015|Announcement|

Nor-Shipping is the leading maritime event week.Its a top-quality exhibition, high-level conferences and prime networking opportunities that attract the international maritime industry to Oslo every other year. We invite you to visit us STAND D03 - 20, at this leading maritime event, when the maritime world will meet again in Norway to explore the future. [...]

Abaqus: Export data to Excel – part 2

By | May 7th, 2015|Abaqus FEA, Tips&Tricks|

Most of you have already experienced that Abaqus/Viewer is a very capable tool for graph generation. Built-in functionality enables us to create, edit and visualize XY-data in smooth matter. This is good and all, but often enough these plots will end up in an report and/or distributed widely - not everyone want an odb file. Being able to [...]

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Simulia Community Conference 2015

By | April 23rd, 2015|Announcement|

In 3 weeks time, one of my favorite events starts. I'm talking about the Simulia Community Conference (SCC)! This year it's hosted at the InterContinental Hotel, Berlin, Germany May 19-22 (with the option of having a training day the 18th). This is an excellent way of staying informed, inspired and in touch with the best practices and [...]

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