SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Patran’s Utilities Menu

With dozens of tools covering everything from geometry to postprocessing, the Utilities menu in Patran has a wealth of functionality that is often overlooked. This presentation will highlight some of the most useful tools with a view to helping you to get the most out of Patran.

SimAcademy Webinar Archive: MSC Nastran Multi-Physics Simulations

Topics for this session include: What are the new multi-physics features in MSC NASTRAN 2010? How do we use these features? What is the required users’ input?

SimAcademy Webinar Archive: An Introduction to Buckling Analysis Using MSC Nastran and Patran

Buckling is a critical state of stress and deformation, at which a slight disturbance causes a gross additional deformation, or perhaps a total structural failure of the part. Structural behavior of the part near or beyond 'buckling' is not evident from the normal static Analysis. Therefore, a Buckling analysis is required. Also, From an FE analysis point of view, a buckling analysis is used to find the lowest multiplication factor for the load that will cause a structure to buckle. The purpose of such an analysis is to calculate the buckling load factor and buckled shape of the structure.. This webinar will introduce various methods of performing Buckling Analysis in MSC Nastran and Patran.

Stent Analysis

Improve Safety and Stability Performance for Heavy Equipment using Adams

Actran Helps Improve Predictions for Room to Room Vibration Transmission

Analysis of Riveting, Cutting and Blanking

Use of motion simulation to determine load-stroke curves of controls surfaces

Customer Reference Program Brochure

Mechanical Design of Optical Systems using MSC Nastran

Adams Used to Simulate New Control Strategy that Reduces Truck Stopping Distance by over 30%

Developing the 3POD Antenna Pointing System

Noise Prediction of Moving Mechanisms using Coupled MBD-Acoustics analysis

Appliance Design: Acoustics Analysis & Appliances

MSC Apex Used to Reduce Geometry Cleanup of Fuel Pump Components from Two Days to One Hour