What is Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE)?

Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) is a method that uses computer software to simulate, analyze, and optimize engineering designs. It encompasses a range of tools and techniques that allow engineers to create virtual models of products and test them under various conditions. These virtual tests can include stress analysis, thermal analysis, fluid dynamics, and more. By doing so, CAE helps in predicting how products will perform in real-world scenarios, which reduces the need for physical prototypes.