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Tài liệu Computer-aided engineering (CAE) - tài liệu, sách iDoc.VnComputer-aided engineering (CAE),Computer-aided engineering (CAE) is the broad usage of computer software to aid in engineering tasks.[1][2][3] It includes computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided analysis…
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Computer-aided engineering (CAE) is the broad usage of computer software to aid in 
engineering tasks.[1][2][3] It includes computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided analysis 
(CAA), computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), 
material requirements planning (MRP), and computer-aided planning (CAP).[4][5][6]
Overview
Software tools that have been developed to support these activities are considered CAE tools. 
CAE tools are being used, for example, to analyze the robustness and performance of 
components and assemblies. The term encompasses simulation, validation, and optimization of 
products and manufacturing tools. In the future, CAE systems will be major providers of 
information to help support design teams in decision making.
In regard to information networks, CAE systems are individually considered a single node on a 
total information network and each node may interact with other nodes on the network.
CAE systems can provide support to businesses. This is achieved by the use of reference 
architectures and their ability to place information views on the business process. Reference 
architecture is the basis from which information model, especially product and manufacturing 
models.
The term CAE has also been used by some in the past to describe the use of computer technology 
within engineering in a broader sense than just engineering analysis. It was in this context that 
the term was coined by Dr. Jason Lemon, founder of SDRC in the late 70's. This definition is 
however better known today by the terms CAx and PLM.
[edit] CAE fields and phases
CAE areas covered include:

Stress analysis

 

  on components and assemblies using FEA (Finite Element Analysis);

Thermal and fluid flow analysis Computational fluid dynamics (CFD);

Kinematics

 

 ;

Mechanical event simulation (MES).

Analysis tools for process simulation for operations such as casting, molding, and die 
press forming.

Optimization

 

  of the product or process.

In general, there are three phases in any computer-aided engineering task:

Pre-processing – defining the model and environmental factors to be applied to it. 
(typically a finite element model, but facet, voxel and thin sheet methods are also used)

Analysis solver (usually performed on high powered computers)

Post-processing of results (using visualization tools)

This cycle is iterated, often many times, either manually or with the use of commercial 
optimization software.
[edit] CAE in the automotive industry
CAE tools are very widely used in the automotive industry. In fact, their use has enabled the 
automakers to reduce product development cost and time while improving the safety, comfort, 
and durability of the vehicles they produce. The predictive capability of CAE tools has 
progressed to the point where much of the design verification is now done using computer 
simulations rather than physical prototype testing. CAE dependability is based upon all proper 
assumptions as inputs and must identify critical inputs (BJ). Even though there have been many 

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advances in CAE and it is widely used in the engineering field. Physical testing is still used as a 
final confirmation for subsystems due to the fact that CAE cannot predict all variables in 
complex assemblies (i.e. metal stretch, thinning).
[edit] See also

Computer representation of surfaces

 

 

Electronic design automation

 

  EDA

Finite element analysis

 

  (FEA/FEM)

Multidisciplinary design optimization

 

 

[edit] References

1. ^

   Laplante, Phillip A. (2005), Comprehensive dictionary of electrical engineering (2nd 
ed.), CRC Press, p. 136, ISBN 9780849330865, http://books.google.com/books?
id=_UBzZ4coYMkC&pg=PA136.

2. ^

   Kreith, Frank (1998), The CRC handbook of mechanical engineering, CRC Press, 
p. 15-1, ISBN 9780849394188, http://books.google.com/books?
id=OpD226SXKisC&pg=PT1972.

3. ^

   According to Daintith it does not usually include software engineering.

4. ^

   Meguid, S. A. (1987), Integrated computer-aided design of mechanical systems, 
Springer, p. 7, ISBN 9781851660216, http://books.google.com/books?
id=aRNlWPJzsTMC&pg=PA7.

5. ^

   Matthews, Clifford (2005), Aeronautical engineer's data book (2nd ed.), Butterworth-
Heinemann, p. 229, ISBN 9780750651257, http://books.google.com/books?
id=5W9Rqq3qP1QC&pg=PA229.

6. ^

   Daintith, John (2004), A dictionary of computing (5 ed.), Oxford University Press, 
p. 102, ISBN 9780198608776, http://books.google.com/books?
id=Hay6vTsGFAsC&pg=PA102.

This article needs additional citations for verification.
Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and 
removed. (February 2009)

[edit] Further reading

B. Raphael and I.F.C. Smith (2003). Fundamentals of computer aided engineering. John 
Wiley. ISBN 978-0-471-48715-9.

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