Finite Element Analysis Accelerates Change. If you read history books, you’ll discover that every single generation since the dawn of time seems to feel as if the changes in their lifetime are more earth-shattering and coming at a faster pace than what their ancestors experienced.
Honestly, living through our own current developments, we can identify with this feeling.
Particularly as it relates to Finite Element Analysis (FEA).
Finite Element Analysis Accelerates Change
In effect, FEA allows designers, inventors, and innovators to test their prototypes quickly and inexpensively multiple times in theory before they even build a single, tangible product.
FEA results for different scenarios are compared to optimize the solution based on the specified design criteria…The same FEA model is executed repeatedly under different settings of design variables to find the best system outcomes against design goals. (Science Direct)
By identifying a new product’s strengths, weaknesses, and potential areas of difficulty without having taken time to build one (or multiple!) prototypes, Finite Element Analysis allows projects to be moved along at an accelerated rate.
By collapsing the amount of time projects spend in development, FEA has indeed helped to accelerate change and deliver new products to the marketplace more quickly and effectively than at any time in history.
FEA Market Projected to Skyrocket
Recent data indicate that the market for Finite Element Analysis has not only already experienced remarkable growth since 2018, but it is also predicted to experience “astonishing growth by 2026.”
If this proves true, it only means changes will accelerate even more quickly.
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