What is CAE (computer-aided engineering)? - Definition from WhatIs.com

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CAE (computer-aided engineering)

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CAE (computer-aided engineering) is a broad term used by the electronic design automation (EDA) industry for the use of computers to design, analyze, and manufacture products and processes. CAE includes CAD (computer-aided design) - the use of a computer for drafting and modeling designs, and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) - the use of computers for managing manufacturing processes.

This was last updated in September 2005
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