Balance productivity and energy-efficiency of industrial machinery On-demand webinar Growing social awareness of energy issues, increased electricity prices and fierce international competition force machinery manufacturers to deliver energy-efficient and high-performance products. The model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach becomes critical to design machines with maximum throughput and accuracy, as well as minimum down-time and operational costs. In the context of increased system interconnection and controls expansion, MBSE enables you to optimize all the mechanical aspects, electronics and software in a unique, integrated environment, rather than working on each area separately.
In this on-demand webinar you will learn:
Balance machines’ performance and energy-consumption by predicting the multidisciplinary behavior of intelligent systems
Reduce fluid-borne and structure-borne noise induced by pressure and flow rate fluctuations in hydraulic systems and components
Model hydraulic, pneumatic or electrical actuation systems and define their impact on mechanical structures
Develop controls earlier and obtain more mature control strategies when entering the test phase