Finite Element models continue to grow in size and analyzing a large number of components in an assembly is becoming easy.
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Have you ever noticed that there is an option to change your Bonded contact formulation from Pure Penalty to MPC Bonded?
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Bolted connections are common to many industries where standards (ASME,...
Where does stress come from? No, I am not talking about your in-laws deciding move in with you for a few months. I am talking about the stress that you are plotting in those pretty color contour plots for your final...
Transient dynamics analysis methods are used to predict the response of structures to dynamic loads. The outputs can include stresses and strains, velocities and accelerations, along with connection and constraint...
Many conventional materials and structures behave in a manner where the direction of response is more or less in the same direction as the applied load. For example, a spring will act only in the direction of the...
As an FEA consultant, I have worked on many complicated analysis projects. In the past, If you have ever tried to model the structural behavior of an elastomer using finite element...
As engineers, we're constantly faced with technical problems that require us to push the limits of what was previously thought to be possible. The continued development of simulation tools like FEA and CFD has played...
Use of fiber reinforced composites as primary structure in a variety of engineering applications has grown very quickly over the past decade. In the not too distant past, my elder designer colleagues exclaimed...
The very first Finite Element Method application was performed by my former professor, Raymond Clough at UC Berkeley...
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