Creo Advanced Assembly Extension

Design Challenge: Creating a Cleaner Lightweight Diesel Engine

India’s population and commerce are steady growing. But that exciting growth is also leading to demand for even more energy — and much of it from fossil fuels — which means even more pollution.

Currently, India produces the third highest emissions in the world, next to only China and the United States. But while U.S. and European regulations are becoming more stringent, Indian standards have remained several years behind.

January 15th, 2016|Creo, Creo Advanced Assembly Extension, MathCad, Windchill|
  • CNR Dalian Locomotives Powered on PTC Creo AAX

CNR Dalian Locomotives Powered on PTC Creo AAX

In spring 2013, the South African cargo company Transnet ordered 232 new diesel locomotives from CNR Dalian Locomotive. These trains needed to be designed and equipped with enough power to haul freight, with dimensions suitable to operate alongside South Africa’s electric locomotives.

August 18th, 2015|Creo Advanced Assembly Extension|
  • Penske Racing Solves a Design Problem in Record Speed 2

Penske Racing Solves Design Challenge in Record Speed

When NASCAR announced a new body style for its 2013 season, it came years earlier than anyone expected. To make the cars resemble ones you’d see on the street, engineers had to scramble to redesign their vehicles based on manufacturer identity: make a Ford that looks like a Ford, or a Chevy that looks like a Chevy.

August 18th, 2015|Creo, Creo Advanced Assembly Extension, Windchill|
  • PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension and Jaragua

Strengthening the Pipeline with PTC Creo and Jaragua

Oil refineries break crude oil down into more usable material. It arrives via tanker or pipeline, and is then pumped into large storage tanks. The crude oil then begins to undergo distillation as it is vaporized when heated by the system.

August 6th, 2015|Creo, Creo Advanced Assembly Extension|

PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension

Oil refineries break crude oil down into more usable material. It arrives via tanker or pipeline, and is then pumped into large storage tanks. The crude oil then begins to undergo distillation as it is vaporized when heated by the system.

July 7th, 2014|Creo Advanced Assembly Extension|