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Published in KONSTRUKTION: Over the past 30 years, simulation has become a valuable standard tool in product development at SEW.
Published in Maschine+Werkzeug: Understand the function of complex systems and recognize the decisive factors.
Basic calculations in statics are explained with Ansys Workbench. In this tutorial on calculating stress and deformation, we focus on the general process, from geometry import and load definition to results presentation.
This tutorial shows how a weld seam calculation can be performed using Ansys Mechanical’s submodel technology.
This tutorial explains how to conduct buckling analyses with Ansys Mechanical. It addresses linear and nonlinear buckling and shows how to take imperfections in buckling analysis into account.
Using the finite element method, weak points in the design can be identified in the very early development stage.
Ansys Mechanical Pro assists in the development of turbine housings for standard-compliant verification.
Ansys Mechanical Pro is the ideal solution for understanding the design of welds when many variants need to be examined quickly.
With Ansys Mechanical Premium you get a deep insight into the behaviour of hyperelastic materials.
Brake-squeal noise of a car is an important issue that strongly impacts customers‘ satifaction
Friction dampers are central elements for reducing turbine vibrations. Ansys Mechanical Premium helps to understand design details.
Nuclear fusion is the basic principle of ITER. Ansys Mechanical Enterprise supports the power generation of the future.
Ansys Mechanical Enterprise helps in thermal apparatus engineering with the analysis of changing material properties.
The transient sound emission of a hydraulic hammer leads to large acoustic loading in the sea. Simulation by Ansys Mechanical Enterprise identifies reduction potential.
Results from the numerical simulation of a cooker drop test, including foam packing and plastic foil wrapping, closely match those of the experimental drop test.
The simulation can prove that in the event of failure of the structure inside, the surrounding component will not be penetrated.
The experience at AL-KO showed that in simulation with nCode, on the test bench and in driving tests, the same failure points emerged from a quality standpoint. Engineers can draw the necessary conclusions with FEM simulation alone.