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In over 30 years of implementing the Finite Element Method, I have found that using temperature distributions in non-traditional ways has often been an effective tool for saving time...
This post is the second in a two-part series that discusses the use of shell elements for finite element analysis. My first post discussed the...
When performing a finite element analysis, shell elements can save a lot of computational time and yield accurate stress results when used properly to...
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...
Analysis of structures undergoing permanent deformation is something that CAE Associates routinely performs as part of its FEA consulting services.
When performing complex finite element analyses, engineers typically bypass making the simplest, yet often most valuable, analytical model that can be...
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