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Regarding FEA, Who Are You Calling Dumb?

Tony Abbey is a self-proclaimed fan of analogies. When considering finite element analysis (FEA) elements, he asks readers to consider them as players on your football team who have a certain level of intelligence.

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FEA Modeling for Change

Fig. 1: The geometry model of the chassis.

This article reviews some ways in which FEA modeling can anticipate design changes and keep ahead of the curve.

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EDEM Updates Flagship Software

EDEM 2018 focuses on productivity and performance and includes features and enhancements that aim to enable users to speed up their workflow from setup to processing and analysis of simulations, the company reports.

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SYSWELD 2017 Launches

After inheriting details of the “as manufactured” components from the press shop, SYSWELD simulates the entire assembly and welding process chain in the body shop step by step. Composite image courtesy of ESI Group.

Simulation solution sees enhanced capabilities for assembly, welding and heat treatment.

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HBM Prenscia Updates nCode v. 13.1

HBM Prenscia has released version 13.1 release of nCode DesignLife, GlyphWorks and VibeSys, aiming to improve its suite of software for finite element-based fatigue analysis.

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Interpreting a Data-Driven World

One of the most important tasks in any finite element analysis simulation is to decide on the objectives of the analysis and how to interpret the results in a physically meaningful way, according to Abbey.

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