11/21/2011

MSC Software’s Latest Release

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SimXpert 2012 from MSC Software provides users with new capabilities for faster product development.

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SimXpert 2012 from MSC Software provides additional improvements for multidisciplinary simulations, with enhancements like new feature-based meshing capabilities that allow design engineers and CAE analysts to generate better 2D meshes across complex geometry, as well as interactive meshing enhancements that simplify the preparation of the mesh for analysis and allows the mesh to automatically update under specific conditions. In addition to which, the browser has been improved with new search and navigation features to improve modeling efficiency. Also, SimXpert 2012 includes new capabilities for random analyses (through MSC Random) and provides broader coverage of MSC Nastran and MD Nastran multidisciplinary features.

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