Today, simulation teams use technologies like computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) to predict product performance more accurately than ever before. That, however, doesn't always translate into funding or hiring approvals from C-level executives. Not every simulation team is under-appreciated. Some have found ways to deliver clear competitive advantages, making them invaluable in the eyes of decision makers. But why, after all these years, is the value of simulation often still unclear?
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