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Adam combines his vast drug knowledge with his musical and undercover experience to produce the perfect blend of “edu-tainment”! Break 11:00 a.m. STAMPING TRACK: Latest Trends in Die Protection and In-Die Sensing David Bird Balluff Shawn Day Balluff This presentation employs a combination of pictures, success stores and interesting metal stamping projects involving: RFID for die tracking; dunnage rack and material transfer cart tracking by means of HF and UHF communication technologies; using industrially robust RFID systems for shut height validation; new mechatronic systems for monitoring progressive out feed process and value-added in-die validation error-proofing, such as confirming welded nuts on stamped panels. Rapid die change technologies using remote energizing/information transfer via wireless couplers on transfer dies and in progressive stamping dies also are presented. TOOL & DIE TRACK: Tooling Steel Technology for AHSS Applications Tom Bell Hitachi Metals Advanced high-strength steel stampings are often achieved through cold-working and now hot-stamping processes. This is an in-depth presentation on technology-based application developments in cold-work and hot-stamping tools. Tool steel selection criteria and best practices (heat treat, grain orientation, etc.) also are presented for forming, trimming and piercing of advanced high-strength steel grades.

Case studies of improved die performance when using newly developed tool steels also are presented. LUNCH / Exhibits Open 1:30 p.m. STAMPING TRACK: In-Die Welding of Assemblies George Keremedjiev Tecknow Education Services, Inc. This session offers a thorough presentation on the various techniques for in-die resistance/spot welding for the assembly of components within progressive or transfer dies. Technologies and approaches will be shown to achieve speeds to 500+ strokes per minute when in-die welding multiple hardware components to stamped parts and in-die welding of multiple stamped parts to each other. TOOL & DIE TRACK: Planning and Realization of Material Savings Todd McClanahan AutoForm In the sheetmetal forming industry, material loss generates one of the largest recurring costs in the manufacturing process. Reducing waste is paramount to controlling production costs and increasing profitability.

Modern computer simulation technology allows tooling professionals to more accurately predict blank size, and optimize layout within a coil. This can be accomplished early in the planning stages and further optimized using process planning tools to define the process and validate through simulation, ensuring that maximum benefit is achieved. Download Programma Per Fare Video 3d Pen. This presentation will walk attendees through the process from part import and initial blank estimation to refinement of blank size with a defined processing image. This presentation provides attendees with potential solutions to an ongoing industry challenge. Break 2:45 p.m. STAMPING TRACK: Tooling Strategies for High-Strength Aluminum Alloy Material Gerald Anyasodor AP&T Processing aluminum stampings requires a different approach as compared with steel stampings.

While most aluminum sheet alloys are cold- formed, some alloys can be particularly beneficial for hot stamping. This presentation provides background on the need for lightweight solutions in the automotive industry, and potential material and process solutions for high-strength alloy grades using hot- and cold-forming processes. Tool design considerations in hot stamping of high-strength alloy grade materials also is presented.

TOOL & DIE TRACK: Motion Simulation: Bringing the Next Design Revolution Closer Aaron Guo Longterm Technology Services Die and mold designers are under increased pressure to shorten lead-time while reducing errors. Speeding up innovation and accelerating time to market while maintaining quality is a constant challenge. Learn how to unleash the full potential of your CAD/CAM software by making designs live. With input from local tooling and mold shops in North America, this state-of-the-art technology provides a user-friendly interface for simulating motion and interaction of complete die and mold tooling systems and is ideal for transfer dies and progressive dies.

The trial-and-error approach on the shop floor can be avoided by testing designs in a virtual environment and, thereby, eliminating waste. Break 4:00 p.m. STAMPING TRACK: Japan in a New Era: The Convergence of Future Technology and The Traditional Mindset of Monozukuri Kevin Kalb JETRO It often takes a long-term mindset and patience to establish business with Japanese OEMs and Tier One suppliers. This session will help attendees understand the concept of ‘Monozukuri’ and provide a better understanding of how to conduct business when establishing or expanding their business with Japanese manufacturers. This presentation examines industry trends and business developments in Japan, including an overview of the tool and die and automotive manufacturing markets; trends in the tool and die and stamping markets; how new technologies, such as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), are being implemented in Japan; and examples of companies who have successfully penetrated the Japanese market. TOOL & DIE TRACK: An Inside Look at In-Die Transfer Technology Bob Gunst Jacar Systems In this presentation, attendees will learn key elements that will help them take advantage of the latest in-die transfer technology. Attendees will learn from an industry leader about how to apply the technology to win more work, reduce costs and improve stamping efficiencies.

Become knowledgeable about the different styles of in-die transfer technology, see examples of the different types of in-die transfer applications and take away valuable real-world case studies. Reception / Exhibits Open Wednesday, January 31, 2018 7:15 a.m. Breakfast / Exhibits Open 8:00 a.m. Keynote – Joint Session Tooling at a Crossroads: Integrating Technology and Talent Susan Helper Professor of Economics, Case Western Reserve University This presentation will address some of the supply-chain issues in the tool and die and stamping industries that lead to perceived skill shortages, particularly for “middle-skill” occupations.

Solutions to improve the vitality of the industry also will be proposed. Break 9:15 a.m. STAMPING TRACK: Applications of Real-Time and Nondestructive Evaluation Tools to Achieve the First-Time Quality Stampings Hyunok Kim EWI Real-time and nondestructive monitoring tools have been widely used for various manufacturing areas such as joining and fabrication. This presentation will introduce present and possible applications of real-time and nondestructive evaluation tools to monitor and assess the incoming coil properties, blank surface finish/lubrication, die stress, part temperature, final stamping quality such as springback and geometry tolerances for metal stamping processes.

TOOL & DIE TRACK: Sensors for Die Protection Jim Finnerty Wintriss Controls Group This presentation outlines best practices for applying electronic sensors to detect and prevent the most common causes for die crashes. Special focus will be placed on how to select and install sensors that will minimize the frequency of nuisance stops, as well as wiring techniques that maximize sensor longevity and minimize setup time. Break 10:30 a.m. STAMPING TRACK: Managing Your Business in an Uncertain World Bill Frahm 4M Partners Industries are facing disruptive changes. Retail is moving from storefronts to websites.

The car, as we know it, is changing in both the energy sources used and the way consumers view transportation. Businesses have more choices than ever in materials, competition is global and new demands are being placed on the components we manufacture. This session will assist business managers in building productive supply chain relationships, controlling manufacturing costs, and addressing the challenges of hiring and retaining a skilled and motivated workforce. Manufacturing’s history placed obstacles to attracting smart, motivated students to our manufacturing plants. This presentation engages the attendee in a serious discussion about how manufacturing industries can meet young people where they are, identify the people who influence youth and present a better picture of the opportunities available in manufacturing.

TOOL & DIE TRACK: Advances in Materials for the Metalworking Industry Patricia Miller Bohler-Uddeholm Choosing the right tool steel for your cutting or forming applications can be a difficult decision. This presentation will look at the many factors that affect tool steel material choice and also provide best practices for optimum results. Factors that will be discussed include: steelmaking practices, grade characteristics, heat treatment recommendations and the impact of manufacturing practices on the tool performance. LUNCH / Exhibits Open 12:15 p.m. Joint Session: Innovative Solutions in Die & Forming Technologies Paul Thom Schuler Group Mohammed M.

Gharbi Schuler Group The presentation will address efficient die technology for hot stamping. The hot-stamping market is growing every year and its importance also is growing within the tooling business. With this growth, many strategies for hot-stamping dies were developed with different effects on efficiency, wear and costs. Key information on design, material and forming technology can help metalformers produce more efficient parts and reduce die wear.

And, with a shorter period for development, pressure increases to shorten die-tryout times. With cushion technology, die-tryout times can be reduced enormously and proper cooling processes can be secured. Break 1:30 p.m. STAMPING TRACK: A Practical Test to Separate Fact From Friction Jeff Jeffery IRMCO Testing and comparing various metalforming lubricants can be time consuming and risky to production tools.

Most new lubricant formulas are based upon wet bench chemistry – not actual field trials in an actual tool. This presentation provides cup draw test results for a variety of trial lubricants and different advanced high-strength steel sheetmetal substrates. The test results show a statistically high correlation to real-life press applications – limiting the risk to actual tools nor wasting valuable production time. TOOL & DIE TRACK: Machine Hammer Peening / Micro Cold Forging – Novel Technology for Surface Enhancement and Polishing Automation Brian Guild Accurapuls Canada, Inc.

Thomas Pickhardt Accurapuls Canada, Inc. This automated process is applied through the operation of a controllable electro-magnetic hammer head imparting rapid reciprocal motion of a striker ball against a work-piece surface. The presentation demonstrates how machine hammer peening can eliminate manual polishing in dies and molds, improve wear resistance by increasing hardness in the surface layer, reduce friction in deep-drawing applications, and potentially eliminate secondary processes such as heat treating, coating and nitriding, or where such processes are applied results are improved. General Session Closing Remarks Peter Ulintz Precision Metalforming Association 3:00 p.m.

Etap_PowerStation_v16.2_download_tutorials_training ETAP is a fully graphical Enterprise package that runs on Microsoft ® Windows ® 2008, 2012, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 operating systems. ETAP is the most comprehensive analysis tool for the design and testing of power systems available. Using its standard offline simulation modules, ETAP can utilize real-time operating data for advanced monitoring, real-time simulation, optimization, energy management systems, and high-speed intelligent load shedding. Has been designed and developed by engineers for engineers to handle the diverse discipline of power systems for a broad spectrum of industries in one integrated package with multiple interface views such as AC and DC networks, cable raceways, ground grid, GIS, panels, arc flash, WTG, protective device coordination/selectivity, and AC and DC control system diagrams.

ETAP users must be proficient in using basic operations of Windows ® environment. Use of ETAP does not require training. However, to facilitate the learning process, OTI provides workshops throughout the year in several locations. (Refer to www.etap.com for the up-to-date training schedule.).

ETAP allows you to easily create and edit graphical one-line diagrams (OLD), underground cable raceway systems (UGS), three-dimensional cable systems, advanced time-current coordination and selectivity plots, geographic information system schematics (GIS), as well as three-dimensional ground grid systems (GGS). The program has been designed to incorporate to three key concepts: Virtual Reality Operation The program operation emulates real electrical system operation as closely as possible. For example, when you open or close a circuit breaker, place an element out of service, or change the operating status of motors, the deenergized elements and sub-systems are indicated on the one-line diagram in gray. ETAP incorporates innovative concepts for determining protective device coordination directly from the one-line diagram. Strength points: • EASY: Integrated and modular program with a modern and intuitive interface and a high quality graphics. Very easy to use. • POWERFUL: Based on a general approach and then suitable for many applications, in a wide frequency range, with arbitrary conductors network and many soil models including multilayer.

• WORLDWIDE: The only software in the market that takes into account International (IEC), European (EN) and USA (IEEE) standards. • VALIDATED: Accuracy validated since 1990 by comparison with results from analytical cases, published research, field measurements, and similar programs. All modules are integrated in an “all in one” package and based on a hybrid calculation method (or “PEEC” method) which considers transmission line, circuit and electromagnetic theory combined into a single calculation model. Hybrid methods join the strong points of the other methods and are well suited for engineering purposes because they allow the analysis of complex scenarios including external parameters such as voltages, currents and impedances. For these reasons, XGSLab can be considered a real laboratory. Me'scope_2017_Training_manual_crack The VES Visual Engineering Series of software packages and options makes it easier for you to observe and analyze noise & vibration problems in machinery and structures using either experimental or analytical data. With ME’scope, you can import or directly acquire multi-channel time or frequency data from a machine or structure, and post-process it.

Its industry-leading interactive 3D animation allows you to observe order-related operating deflection shapes from running machinery, resonant vibration and mode shapes from real structures, acoustic shapes, and engineering shapes directly from acquired data. In addition to its photo-realistic interactive animated display, ME’scopeVES contains state of the art tools for performing: • FRF-Based Modal Analysis • Operational Modal Analysis • Vibro-Acoustic Analysis • Dynamics Modeling & Simulation • Structural Dynamics Modification • FEA Model Updating An Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) is the simplest way to see how a machine or structure moves during its operation, either at a specific frequency or moment in time.

An ODS contains the overall dynamic response of a structure due to forced and resonant vibration. Time-based ODS animation sweeps a cursor through a set of time histories describing motions at multiple points and directions on a test article. You can stop the animation, back it up, and play it forward to observe in slow-motion phenomena that may have taken place very quickly in real time. With frequency-based ODS animation, you simply move the cursor to a frequency of interest in your data, and the ODS for that frequency is displayed. With this animation, you can observe resonant vibration as well as order-related and other types of forced vibration. Modal analysis is used to characterize resonant vibration in mechanical structures. Each resonance has a specific “natural” or modal frequency, a modal damping or decay value, and a mode shape.

FRF-Based parameter estimation (or curve fitting) is used to estimate the modal parameters of a structure from a set of FRFs. At the heart of the Basic Modal Analysis option is the ME’scope Polynomial method, an easy to use MDOF curve fitter. This curve fitter can be used to simultaneously extract parameters for multiple modes, especially in cases of high modal density. It can also extract local modes where the resonant vibration is confined to a local region of the structure. The Multi-Reference Modal Analysis option contains all of the features of the Basic Modal Analysis option, plus additional methods for curve fitting a multiple reference set of FRFs. Multi- Reference curve fitting is used to extract closely coupled modes and repeated roots (two or more modes at the same frequency). This option contains a Stability diagram for locating stable pole estimates, and three additional curve fitting methods: Complex Exponential, Z-Polynomial, and the patented AF Polynomial method.

The Standard Edition includes improvements including a new Field Data Editor, Fields Wizard, and field conversion tool. You can use the improved Spot X+Y default merit function, which is now the fastest way to optimize for small spot sizes.

Test different tolerances with a new on/off toggle. Customize the location of your design files. The Professional Edition includes all features available in the Standard Edition, plus the Contrast Optimizer, which uses the innovative new Moore-Elliot method. You can also use the new API documentation interface, with over 20 examples for MATLAB, C++, C#, and Python. The Premium Edition includes all features available in the Standard and Professional editions, plus the ability to trace rays from more than 200 field points, so you can design complex freeform systems with high accuracy.

You can also design new phosphorescence systems, like a fluorescent solar concentrator, with the most comprehensive ray-based phosphors and fluorescence model on the market. The Premium Edition is available on-premise or as an online subscription called the Online Edition.

[Other CFD] Intelligent Light FieldView v15_Intelligent Light and FieldVi [Vero] Vero Machining Strategist 2017 R2 [Development ] XLSTAT.2017.Premium.v19.5.47062_analysis add-on for Excel [petroleum] Sunrise PIPENET v1.80_rapid flow analysis of pipe and duct networks. [Other CFD] Intelligent Light FieldView v15_Intelligent Light and FieldVi [Vero] Vero Machining Strategist 2017 R2 [Development ] XLSTAT.2017.Premium.v19.5.47062_analysis add-on for Excel [petroleum] Sunrise PIPENET v1.80_rapid flow analysis of pipe and duct networks. One of the most newsworthy features targets an area where engineers have been doing repetitive and frustratingly tedious work: eccentricity modelling, where fictitious elements are introduced to counter modelling errors.

Previously, when changes have been made to eccentric members and segmented members, each beam in the model has had to be recalculated manually. A typical offshore jacket structure contains hundreds of beams – in such a scenario, this creates unnecessary and costly manual work. Software for hydrostatic, hydrodynamic and structural analysis.

Sesam is used in design and analysis of all types of floating structures, including barges, ships and semi-submersibles, TLPs, FPSOs and spar buoys. Radiation/diffraction software combined with FEM (finite element method) • One common concept model for hydrostatic, hydrodynamic, global or local strength analysis • Intact and damaged stability calculations and Code checks • Hydrodynamic motion analysis in frequency domain • Inclusion of mooring and risers in calculation of motion characteristics. This can be done in a simplified way in HydroD. Comprehensive inclusion requires DeepC or Sima. • Calculation of short and long-term response statistics • Automatic transfer of wave pressure, line loads on beams and inertia forces to the structural finite element model • Static and dynamic structural analysis in frequency and time domains • Ultimate Limit State (ULS) Code checks for beams and stiffened plate/shell • Stochastic fatigue analysis of plates and shells • Fast, efficient remodelling and strength analysis of local sub-models for refined fatigue analysis Full range of hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analyses. Zemax.OpticStudio. Bluebeam Serial Number Product Key. V16.5.SP5.download.tutorials OpticStudio 16.5 Service Pack 5 contains the following fixes and enhancements.

Sequential surfaces and ray tracing • Mechanical Semi-Diameters – The calculation of mechanical semi-diameters on surfaces in some systems that contain coordinate breaks has been corrected. • Ray Aiming – The ray aiming algorithm has been improved for modeling systems in which the stop surface is significantly off-axis. • Q-Type Asphere – The algorithm for ray tracing a Q-Type Asphere has been improved for surfaces that have a steep curvature. • Add Fold Mirror – An issue has been resolved with the Add Fold Mirror tool for systems that contain a Q-Type Asphere and multiple configurations. • Mirror Substrate – An issue has been resolved regarding how OpticStudio models the back side of a mirror that has a mechanical semi-diameter that is larger than its clear semi-diameter Sequential analyses and calculations • Through Focus FFT MTF – Improvements have been made to the performance of the Through Focus FFT MTF calculation; the calculation time has been reduced by up to a factor of two in some cases.

• Convert File Format – An option to enable or disable fitting of input data to a Gaussian beam has been added to the Convert File Format tool, which converts Optiwave F3D files to OpticStudio ZBF files. Fitting the data to a Gaussian beam is enabled by default. • Beam File Viewer – An option has been added to the Beam File Viewer so users can change the projection that is used to display ZBF data.

This option mimics the option in the Physical Optics Propagation (POP) analysis. • Beam File Viewer - The rendering speed has been improved for the Beam File Viewer in sequential mode. Non-sequential objects and ray tracing • Faceted Surface objects – An issue has been resolved with the Faceted Surface object in non-sequential mode; the X Half Width is now correctly limited when the shape of the surface is toroidal. • Source Diode – Improvements have been made to the Source Diode object in non-sequential mode; a larger range of angles can now be used for the source distribution in a Gaussian model • Boolean objects – The algorithm that is used to create a Boolean object in non-sequential mode has been improved when one of the parent objects is a Biconic Zernike lens. • Object Editor - Improvements have been made to the user interface for the NSC Object Editor to improve readability of text in the Explorer tree.

Programming • ZOS-API – The IAS_PathAnalysis interface is now exposed for COM connections (such as COM connections from C++. • Automatic importing of background images in diagrams from mapping service providers • Node-breaker modeling now fully supported in short circuit and OPF calculations • Calculation of thermal impacts and DC resistance conversion factors in GIC calculations • Better initialization for dynamic simulations with improved messaging • Revised composite load model • New governor models support specification of asymmetrical dead-band in speed signal • GE vendor specific wind models are supplied as part of the standard installation. Zemax.OpticStudio.V16.SP2 OpticStudio is the essential software platform for optical engineers, combining an intuitive user interface with complex physics and interactive visuals to drive faster innovation while reducing development costs.

Enabling optical engineers, researchers and scientists to design for manufacturability is the core of our mission. Zemax puts quick, accurate design tools into the hands of optical engineers with OpticStudio™. Each tool set is aligned with key steps in the engineering design process forming the primary functions of the software. The Analysis, Optimization and Tolerancing tool sets contain an impressive array of physics-based algorithims to analyze, simulate, and optimize optical systems all within tolerance specifications. Analysis Tools - bring ideas to life with a single, seamless software platform that includes the industry’s most comprehensive set of analysis and simulation tools to create/improve optical, illumination, and laser systems. Optimization Tools - automatically improve the performance of optical/illumination designs based on user defined constraints, saving Tolerancing Tools - advanced tools and features that help design engineers incorporate manufacturing and assembly limits into design constraints to ensure manufacturability and production efficiency.

To enhance the usability OpticStudio includes a comprehensive set of support modules within the software, including stock lens and materials catalogs, user help files, links to knowledgebase articles, and more. To ensure maximum productivity OpticStudio includes each of these modules at no additional cost. With OpticStudio, anything is possible OpticStudio is the industry-leading optical design software that combines complex physics and interactive visuals so you can analyze, simulate, and optimize optical systems all within tolerance specifications. Save time and money by creating a variety of optical, illumination, and laser systems with one software program. Design for manufacturability while you speed time to market and reduce development costs.

EMTPWorks_v3.4_tutorials_training Simulation of power systems transients has never been so easy!EMTP-RV is a full-featured and technically advanced simulation and analysis software for power system transients. The package is a sophisticated computer program for the simulation of electromagnetic, electromechanical and control systems transients in multiphase electric power systems. EMTP-RV includes: An advanced, yet easy-to-use graphical user interface that maximizes the capabilities of the underlying EMTP-RV engine. EMTPWorks provides many customization and scripting options and one can easily adapt it to match its unique needs. A powerful and super-fast computational engine that provides significantly improved solution methods for nonlinear models, control systems, and user-defined models.

Time-domain simulations are initialized from unbalanced multi-phase load-flow. An advanced visualization and advanced mathematical post-processing tool. ScopeView is a data acquisition and signal processing software very well adapted for the visualization and the analysis of EMTP-RV simulation results.

A well-documented and comprehensive library of components and function blocks that allow the user to easily realize complete and complex power system studies. Breault_Asap_2017_tutorials_training Optics Manager A brand new easy-to-use interface presenting users with a familiar CAD-like tree structure. Using simple menus, context sensitive dialogs and the included ASAP Catalogs, users can create a variety of optical surface and geometric entities, import CAD geometry, add optical properties, add a light source, and setup ray tracing and analysis options. Components are shown as nodes in the tree, and the new persistent 3D viewer automatically updates to reflect changes in the system prescription.

The as-defined system can be run with a single mouse click and saved for later use. And the new Optics Manager in ASAP NextGen functions without a single line of script! Automatic Script Creation Speaking of scriptASAP NextGen offers another industry first for optical design software.

Once systems are constructed in the Optics Manager, ASAP NextGen will automatically create a working script from the complete system prescription. Users needing access to ASAP’s powerful scripting language can immediately modify and run these scripts to add multi-variable analysis or optimization using the new Optimization Manager to their design tasks. Parallel + Remote Distributed Processing. Introducing another new paradigm for ray tracing speed and efficiency, ASAP NextGen with CoreMax technology will automatically run parallel processes on all cores on a local PC as well as all cores on up to (5) Remote licenses of ASAP installed on the LAN. In addition, users can control the number of cores accessed on each machine. This combination of parallel and remote distributed processing is another industry first and will make ASAP NextGen the fastest ray tracer with the highest level of computing power of any commercial optical design software.

Workflow Manager Provides quick and easy access to command menus for those users less comfortable with but who still need scripting in ASAP NextGen. Commands can be found in the Search box or in the Workflow Manager tree which has been organized around the standard 4-step simulation process in ASAPgeometry, sources, ray tracing and analysis. Menus are clearly labeled to show the exact information needed to construct the command and ASAP Help is built in to the Workflow Manager dialog. Completed commands are then automatically inserted at the cursor location of the active script. Alternate Scripting Languages Newly added support for C# and Iron Python as alternate scripting languages with built-in code parsing and debugging.

Enhanced support for Visual Basic. Provides extensible code base for these languages.

Major Improvements to Existing Features Script Editor New extensible Script Editor with an improved user interface and more control over script syntax, appearance, and keyboard shortcuts. Provides one-click access to new Optimization and Macro Managers and $SCR Editor. Optimization New optimization interface integrated directly into the Script Editor. Automatically parses INR script to find defined variables for use as Design Variables, Constraints, or Merit Functions. Optimization conditions and visual output at run-time are visible within the INR script window. Macro Manager New feature that automatically parses ASAP Scripts to find macro code which is presented as a list.

One-click access to the list allows direct editing of each macro and changes are automatically updated to the Script Editor. $SCR Editor New $SCR Editor acts as a simple two-way forms editor with one-click access to text, integer, and floating point input. Editor automatically generates corresponding ASAP script and updates to script are automatically seen in the $SCR form. OptiSystem 14 includes several enhancements including a new C++ co-simulation component, updates to our multimode component portfolio (to better support the analysis of spatial mode multiplexed systems), the addition of star and circular QAM constellations for coherent transmission systems, and improvements to our transmitter and receiver component portfolios. Key New Features Introduction of a new Cpp component and Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer to allow users to import or build their own customized C++ algorithms/components and directly co-simulate their customized models (using dynamic link libraries) with any other OptiSystem component.

Universal DSP, Decision, QAM Sequence Generator and QAM Sequence Decoder components have been updated to support a broader range of modulation formats, including star and circular QAM constellation formats as well as 32-QAM, 128-QAM, and 256-QAM constellations. Enhancements have been made to the Multimode components library including the introduction of a new Spatial Demultiplexer component, improvements to the Erbium Doped MM Fiber, Ytterbium Doped MM Fiber, Measured-Index Multimode Fiber and Parabolic-Index Multimode Fiber amplifier and fiber models (for modelling spatial multiplexed systems and concatenated fibers) and the integration of LP mode generators into our Spatial Transmitter components. Components within the Transmitters and Receivers libraries have been improved including the introduction of a new Spectral Light Source component, improvements to the noise models in the APD and PIN components, the addition of thermal noise models to our Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog components and the addition of user-defined PAM amplitude maps to our PAM Coder and Decoder components. Updates to our Measured Filter, Measured Optical Filter, Lightwave Analyzer, View Signal Visualizer and Power Splitters; and the introduction of a new Diffuse Channel component for the modeling of indoor optical wireless systems. New library components and enhancements Co-simulation capabilities: Cpp, Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Cpp component in OptiSystem 14. Designed for users who wish to import or build their own customized C++ algorithms/components, the Cpp component will allow for the direct co-simulation of customized models (using dynamic link libraries) with any other OptiSystem component.

It includes an open signal architecture interface to allow users to input and/or output any of OptiSystem’s signal types and complex waveform data arrays. In addition to the Cpp component, we have launched a new Visualizer, the Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer. The new Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer’s primary function is to duplicate all the signals that are designed to enter the Cpp component thus allowing for signal files to be loaded into the component design project (without OptiSystem running) when running in debug mode.

OrcaFlex OrcaFlex is the world's leading package for the dynamic analysis of offshore marine systems, renowned for its breadth of technical capability and user friendliness. OrcaFlex also has the unique capability in its class to be used as a library, allowing a host of automation possibilities and ready integration into 3 rd party software. OrcaFlex is in use by over 260 clients, mainly in the offshore engineering business, with others in seismic, defence, ocean engineering, oceanographic research, aquaculture, compliant marine renewables and related fields. NAPA Designer is an interactive state of the art geometry modelling tool for Naval Architecture and NAPA’s 3D structure design application NAPA Steel. It brings a completely new way of making real interactive ship design from concept level naval architecture up to structural plan approval and engineering.

NAPA Designer offers an intuitive 3D modelling interface, requiring little training for a vessel designer to adapt to from a conventional 2D approach. NAPA Designer was developed in close co-operation and valuable input from over 200 NAPA customers in 22 countries. Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation, and Idean, a global design firm specializing in superior User eXperiences played an important role in research and development work. Combining extensive, systematic R&D with NAPA’s 25 years’ experience in ship design software development we can now deliver a best-in-class solution, allowing design teams to meet the challenges of the future with confidence. NAPA Designer will deliver a significantly improved design platform for new and existing NAPA users alike and allow them to meet ship modelling requirements without additional time investment. Electrical Power System Analysis & Operation Software Solution for Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Industrial, Transportation, and Low-Voltage Power Systems.