Hydraulics & Pneumatics
E3.fluid for Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Cooling and Lubrication System Design
E3.fluid is the solution for designing and documenting all fluid systems. It is a complete, easy-to-use solution with core functionality optimized for the development of hydraulic, pneumatic, cooling and lubrication systems.
E3.fluid can be used to develop standalone fluid schematics or combined with the electrical schematics to provide a mixed fluid and electrical design.
- Standalone fluid design
- Mixed fluid and electrical designs
- Cross-reference between electrical and fluid design
- Intelligent sheets prevent design errors (only fluid designs allowed on fluid sheets)
- Combined bills of materials
- Intelligent parts library
- Part usage tracking
- Extensive symbol library included
- Automatic connections (Auto-connect)
- Multiple design rule checks
- Design reuse with predefined sub-circuits
- Automatic assignment of quick connectors to hoses and tubes
- Prevent incorrect hose and tube sizing
E3.fluid+ allows users to create multiple views of their equipment such as a valve shown in both the schematic and manifold drawing.
Making use of E3.series’ object oriented functionality E3.fluid ensures all documentation is always correct, irrespective of where modification are carried out.
The growing number of E³.series applications and options reflects the growing complexity of the electrical engineering process itself. The engineering process has become increasingly concurrent: activities that once were performed one after another can now be carried out simultaneously. In a certain sense, with its object-oriented architecture that enables parallel development of schematic planning, fluid cable planning, and even cabinet and harness layout, E³.series was one of the first engineering software products to fully embrace the trend of concurrent engineering.
We will demonstrate workflows that help designers take the next leap in productivity in various industries like aerospace, harness manufacturing, industrial machinery etc. The attendees will have a chance to ask questions and learn about the latest developments towards fully automating your design workflow.
Building on the webinar “Electrical and Fluid Engineering in the Internet of Things Era,” this webinar examines the specific requirements of the plant and machinery sector and shows examples of best practices.
This webinar examines the changing role of electrical and fluid engineering in product development and examine approaches to providing an end-to-end electrical and fluid engineering process that is tightly integrated with mechanical and software engineering.