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Efficient model set up for pre-stress analysis of bolted powertrain components

Next level of topology optimization with AI, intelligent smoothing, and automation in modelling process for industry 4.0

Leveraging CFD Simulations in Healthcare

High Frequency Noise and Vibration Simulation by SEA method

Complex Pumps & Valves simulated through advanced CFD techniques

Improve Exhaust System Performance by 3D Simulation

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Create easily interactive reports for 3D models with VCollab

Satellite technology: Lightweight construction for weightless conditions

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Virtual prototyping of Magneto-Rheological (MR) damper by comparing realistic motion behavior using Adams

Anisotropic explicit simulation, considering manufacturing effects and nonlinearity

Accurate prediction of part performance in response to static loads for short fiber reinforced composites

Designing a plastic robotic arm using Adams & MSC Nastran

SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Mapping Temperature Results from ScFlow onto Structural Mesh using Patran

Temperatures generated by fluid flow play a significant role in structural applications. The temperature distribution will generate thermal stresses which should be accounted for to get realistic results. It is assumed in this example that the deformation caused by a fluid flow will be very small and this deformation will not affect the flow itself, so pressure is not used. The temperature distribution from fluid flow is considered on the structural mesh. After the temperature field is solved on the scFlow polyhedral mesh, this temperature data is mapped onto the structural Hex mesh using the scConverter tool. The data is then brought into Patran to setup the SOL 400 job with the temperature conditions along with structural boundary conditions.