Computer-aided Design (CAD) models and simulations are based on geometrical parameters that are typically a three-dimensional representation of a part or a system of parts. Creating CAD simulations in an accurate and realistic manner is complex.
It enables the designers to view an object under a wide range of representations and test them in real-world conditions.
Such simulations help in identifying the weaknesses and errors in the design, and rectifying the same immediately in the model itself, thus, saving money and time in costly reworks and modifications.
To facilitate the process of CAD simulations, parametric modeling and optimization techniques play an integral role. There are several factors that contribute to the process of parametric modeling and optimization, further helping the designers to build realistic and accurate CAD simulations.
Discussed here is how parametric modeling and optimization techniques contribute to the process of building CAD simulations:
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