computer-aided engineering


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computer-aided engineering

n
(Computer Science) the use of computers to automate manufacturing processes. Abbreviation: CAE
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Computer-aided engineering provides more sophisticated design models, higher site construction standards, and better building operation practice, according to the UK-based BIM Task Group.
Computer-Aided Engineering, EDA's largest tool category, generated revenue of $445 million in Q2 2005, 6% less than the same period in 2004.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Engineering team said: "Several Computer-aided Engineering (CAE) vendors are offering cloud-based CAE software with advanced features that are more efficient and reliable.
During the day, one of the processors is allocated for the user's local computer-aided design job, while the second processor is available for grid-based mechanical computer-aided engineering (MCAE) jobs.
The specialized analytical computer-aided engineering (CAE) and computer-aided design (CAD) productivity generated from these systems aids in the concept, development, production, maintenance and support of existing and future Sikorsky rotorcraft.
Technical sciences courses are: introduction to technical sciences, electronics, computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing, computer-aided engineering, computer programming, software development, technology, computer repair, communications, TV/radio/film/video production, graphic arts/design, and animation.
Integration of foundry operations is being accomplished with the use of computer-aided engineering at CMI International Inc.

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