User Roles in d3VIEW

A multitude of ways to explore and interpret data promises numerous roles that do the exploring and interpreting. Just about every field and discipline uses data to supplement, advance or clarify decisions. At d3VIEW, we have room for them all with specialization for engineers and scientists. Here, we’ve put together a list of our main…

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Test Engineer Process: How d3VIEW Aids in Virtual Product Development

d3VIEW offers solutions for a variety of sciences and disciplines. Test Engineers are not excluded from this as the platform has a dedicated application for physical tests that works in tandem with other features and applications to enhance product development. 1. Prototype and Testing The first step of the process involves the physical testing phase.…

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d3VIEW Applications: A Cheat Sheet on How They All Connect

The d3VIEW Applications collaborate together to make your data-to-decisionTM experience seamless. Each application has a specific role, from data management in Databases to data exploration in Simlytiks, as part of the whole. Structure your data-to-decisionTM making based on how they connect to get the most out of your experience on the platform. The following graphics…

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Airbag Definitions

Airbag or Control Volume definitions are now displayed as shown below. Currently, only the general parameters are shown but eventually, all the parameters based on the inflation models will be rendered along with appropriate curve defintions such as mass-flow, temperature, etc…

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Export Bill of Materials

Added new feature to support the export of bill of materials (BOM). The current order of the columns are fixed but will later be allowed to be customized. BOM can be exported in either CommaSeperatedValues(CSV)/Excel or a well-formed XML file.

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Bill of Materials and more!

Completed the implementation of the viewing the bill of materials of the finite element model with full listing of element type, mass, material family, etc… Additionally, when each part row is clicked, it opens a new layer showing the detailed material information and any related curve display. Our idea was to have one place to…

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