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  • CivilFEM v17.1 Update

    This presentation details the updates made to CivilFEM software in v17.1

  • Input Files for Shock Impulses for Response Spectrum Analysis

    CAE Associates has created a series of input files that will generate the response spectrum for the 3 common types of shock impulses.

    Calcresp_halfsin.inp – Half-sine
    Calcresp_saw.inp - Sawtooth
    Calcresp_trap.inp - Trapezoidal

  • Getting Started with SpaceClaim in ANSYS 17.0 - ANSYS e-Learning

    ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler (SCDM) software provides easy and fast tools to get geometry ready for simulation. Engineering Manager Eric Stamper showcases the capabilities you now have in v17 with your Mechanical Enterprise license. SCDM uses a new approach to manipulate your CAD models, which makes the geometry become completely dynamic, allowing you to move, stretch and add and remove geometry features with ease. All changes to the geometry occur in real time, enabling instant feedback on design iterations.

  • Driving Value with ANSYS and CAE Associates

    An overview of the advantages of implementing a Simulation-Driven product development process, and how ANSYS and CAE Associates work together to provide you with the best combination of

  • volAvg.wbex

    This ACT extension will calculate the volume averaged stress for a selected volume or set of elements.  The element averaged stresses are calculated via a simple numerical averaging of the nodal values.  These values are multiplied by the element volume then summed up and divided by the total volume of the selected region.

    This extension is intended for use in ANSYS version 16.2 or later.


    To install a compiled ACT Extension (*.wbex file):

  • 17.0 ANSYS Update Seminar - Q&A Session

    This document is a transcript of the Q& A session from all three ANSYS 17.0 Update Seminars in March 2016.