May 18, 2018 9:17 am
Hmm.. The battlers & Punters here
Have no need for FEMs nor multiphysics simulations?
goodluck with selling that concept though you would do very well over here
in the WA mining Industry
Re: Civil/Structural Engineeering Design and Project Managem2
May 18, 2018 4:39 pm
Mining leads? LOL Sorry...You are on the wrong side of the nullarbor, mate
Although my son who is a Processing Chem & Mech engineer living in melbourne wouldn't appreciated my dig..he,he,he
Unfortunately, your FEA software lacks multiphysics modules + solvers useful in mining. my2c
I do like the developments in revit-> Dynamo->AI?
I have a lot of old projects that need converting to BIM+Simulations
Re: Civil/Structural Engineeering Design and Project Managem3
May 18, 2018 9:15 pm
Check out FEA compare
Modules, Electromagnetic,Structural Mechanics, Acoustic, CFD,Chemical...
There is a lot out there
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