SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Numerical Characterization of Porous Material
Porous materials are very effective to dissipate acoustic or structural energy. As a consequence, they are widely used to improve the acoustic behavior of various products. A rich library of porous models and micro models is available in Actran to accurately model the different phenomena occurring in such material. To accurately simulate acoustic behavior of porous materials, knowledge of its material properties is of primary importance.
SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Application of MSC Apex Custom Tools/Utilities Load Mapping and Fastener Creation
Following topics will be discussed in this Webinar: Introduction to Utilities, Usage of Attribution Utilities, Usage of Fastener Tools, Geometries and FEM Utilities, Usage of Query Tools, and Interoperability.
Bringing CFD earlier in the transmission design process using Romax Energy and Particleworks
SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Contact Verification using MSC Nastran and Patran
This webinar shows how to use contact verification methods such as contact status, glue MPCs, contact forces and Gap-Overlap check available in MSC Nastran and Patran.
Certification of eVTOL Aircraft: Leveraging Engineering Simulation to Ensure Safety & Structural Integrity
Intro to VTD Scale: A cloud platform for executing SiL based simulations, result analysis, and data management system
SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Base Shake (Single Input) and Multi-Input loading in frequency domain fatigue
Frequency domain methods now exist to enable the durability assessment to be undertaken fully in the frequency domain. Most dynamic analysts prefer to work in the so-called frequency domain where loads are defined as a function of frequency usually as Power Spectral Densities (PSD). Utilizing the most advanced and efficient analysis tool like CAEfatigue. We will explore Base Shake (Single Input) and Multi-Input type of loading in the frequency domain with CAEfatigue.
SimAcademy Webinar Archive : Prediction of residual warpage of CFRP based on a ICME approach
In this session, we will learn how Digimat can help to anticipate residual warpage after the cure cycle simulation of a continuous fibre reinforced epoxy. We will describe the material model of the resin and how this one is combined with the reinforcement to compute homogenized properties applied at the lamina level.