MSC Software extends agreement with Boeing

The agreement includes advancements in Boeing's ability to conduct composites material modeling and analysis.

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MSC Software Corp. (Newport Beach, Calif., USA), an engineering and simulation software specialist, announced announced on Sept. 9 that The Boeing Co. (Chicago, Ill., USA) has signed a five-year agreement to extend the use of MSC Software structural analysis software including MSC Nastran and the Masterkey Plus token system.

The agreement includes new software technologies from MSC that enable advancements in Boeing’s ability to conduct acoustics analysis and composites material modeling and analysis, as well as software platforms offering improved methods for Boeing to manage load cycles and materials.

Proven accuracy of MSC’s simulation software, best-in-class technical support, and focus on the continued development of cutting-edge CAE technologies which advance Boeing’s engineering methods were cited as reasons for the extended partnership and continued collaboration between the companies.

“We are honored that our partnership with Boeing extends for nearly four decades,” says Thomas Donahue, director of aerospace and defense industry at MSC Software. “Our engineering collaboration has been a constant drive to more accurately predict the behavior of aircraft so that The Boeing Company can speed up the engineering process, reduce physical testing and deliver safer, more efficient and customer-satisfying product.”