This webinar is a continuation of the previous session which demonstrated the use of the MagicGrid method in combination with SysML.
In the field of engineering, computer-aided simulation has a broad scope of applications. Still different perceptions of simulation exist depending on the industry or tool. Despite the differences, key benefits can be highlighted. In general, simulation usage is cheaper compared to building the real system and it can be done way before the working prototype exists.
With this in mind, today’s webinar is going to reveal how System Engineers can employ simulation features to run SysML models for further analysis of their system. This webinar is orientated to the audience who has limited exposure to simulation and wants to gather one prevailing view of it.
Today’s we‘re going to cover these simulation features:
- Executable Behavior Description
- Usage of Parametric Diagram
- Graphical User Interface Creation
- Requirements Verification
The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer session – about ten. The audience is able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.
Watch it on the free online CATIA User Community on this link.