A pretty picture. For more pretty pictures, see here.


(for pure teaching, see here)

This website tells a story about two isolated takes on the same subject: mechanical engineering simulation. These two takes either cannot or will not acknowledge each other. I act in the belief that one day they will embrace. My favorite metaphor is that of Ford Model T. After years of denial and mistakes, Ford and the other automakers ended up acknowledging that they were in the same business. See here for another approach to the same scene description.

As a newcomer, I am in a position to build bridges and promote this development instead of fighting it. I believe that many others will eventually see a benefit in doing the same. However, I do not expect you to eat the elephant in one piece. Therefore, I intend to write a number of articles and publish them on this page.

Disseminating CAE results in 3D on any device (March 6, 2019)

CAE and Docker: a promising combination (January 24, 2019)

CAE, statistics and robust design (January 24, 2019)

Time series data and predictive maintenance (October 14, 2018)

Time series data and the human mind (October 14, 2018)

SimxonCARE - a rational approach to maintenance optimization (July 8, 2018)

A CAE-oriented look back at the year 2022 (January 1, 2018)

On the existence of Santa Claus and that of unique solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations - respectively (December 11, 2017)

Care to join me for a CAE audience of 100,000? (November 23, 2017)

Successful engineers don't rely on GUIs (November 17, 2017)

Try this at home (3D animations) (October 9, 2017)

3D simulation looks like magic - why reduce the dimension count? (October 7, 2017)

Dear Simxon (letter received) (October 3, 2017)

Time for a common postprocessor? (September 28, 2017)

Need for a new approach to FEM education? (first published in the LinkedIn group "Finite Element Analysis Training", September 26, 2017)

All internet discussions should be like this (co-author: Jeff Waters, first published on LinkedIn, September 23, 2017)

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