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FEA Mesh
 
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Learn more in this article: https://goo.gl/PMFepN "How to Mesh your CAD Model for Structural Analysis (FEA)" New to engineering simulation or to SimScale? Then meshing might be one of the things you’re struggling to learn. This article aims to teach you a few tips on how to mesh of your CAD model and ensure accurate results of your structural analysis. Mesh generation (commonly know also as grid generation) is the practice of generating a polygonal or polyhedral mesh that approximates a geometric domain. Three-dimensional meshes are required in physical simulations such as finite element analysis or computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and need to consist of tetrahedra, pyramids, prisms or hexahedra. At present, SimScale allows the meshing of structures with Tetrahedral meshing, which has the following options: - Automatic - Parametric - Tetrahedral with local refinement SimScale is a 100% cloud-based simulation platform. Try CFD, FEA or Thermal Analysis by creating a free account: https://goo.gl/d5PUIj
Views: 8625 SimScale GmbH
What is meshing in FEM?
 
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Are you new to FEM? Then you might want to know what is the idea behind meshing a CAD model. Mesh generation (commonly known as grid generation/meshing) is the practice of polyhedral mesh a geometric domain. Watch this video to know more. Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTtSwIDKsxA if you want to get a general idea about the FEM process. At Engineer Materials, we are developing an analysis tool called ISHI to solve FEM problems which integrates the analysis part with machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide excellent results. If you have any doubts or any topic that you want to learn, please leave them on the comments section below. #LearnWithEM Also, follow us: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/EngiMaterials Facebook http://www.facebook.com/EngiMaterials LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/company/engineer-materials
Views: 1989 Engimat Simulations
Chapter 13  Stress singularity explained with SolidWorks Simulation
 
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Analysing the effect of a stress singularity with help of SolidWorks Simulation. The principle of stress singularity is explained in this video. CORRESPONDING BOOK AVAILABLE VIA THIS LINK: https://www.amazon.com/educational-experiments-FEM-Jos-Kreij/dp/1518686400/ref=sr_1_1_twi_pap_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1511249438&sr=8-1&keywords=21+fem+experiments The models that are discussed in the 21 main videos (corresponding to the chapters) can be downloaded for free via this link: https://grabcad.com/library/solidworks-simulation-educational-files-1 The zip-file in this link contains all SolidWorks models from all 21 chapters.
Views: 3233 Jos van Kreij
FEA Overview - Meshes
 
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Review the finite element meshes used by Autodesk Moldflow and understand the capabilities for proper application.
Views: 1300 Autodesk Simulation
How should I decide which mesh to use in FEM?
 
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Are you confused to choose between various kinds of mesh elements? This depends both on the geometry and the type of analysis. To know more about this topic check out this video. Also, check out this video https://www.youtube.co/watch?v=JpQ_IrpFVHc to know about different types of mesh elements. At Engineer Materials, we are developing an analysis tool called ISHI which uses the concepts of machine learning and AI to give you suggestions for mesh generation. If you have any doubts or any topic that you want to learn, please leave them on the comments section below. #LearnWithEM Also, follow us on: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/EngiMaterials Facebook http://www.facebook.com/EngiMaterials LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/engineer-materials
Views: 569 Engimat Simulations
Finite Element Method (FEM) - Finite Element Analysis (FEA): Easy Explanation
 
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Finite Element Method (FEM) - Finite Element Analysis (FEA): Easy Explanation is awesome! Demonstrates its application to civil engineering problems. Excellent for engineering students. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0LHEYTEAyndlUqRJYtBZEg
FEA Master Class: Advanced Meshing Strategies
 
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Learn more: https://www.simscale-academy.com/p/simscale-fea-master-class (01:39) About This Webinar (03:54) Introduction (04:06) General FEA Process (19:24) CAD Preparation (25:15) Mesh Convergence Study (29:30) Tet-Dominant Meshing (43:16) Live Demonstration (52:47) Homework and Q&A What makes the difference between a pretty visualization and a meaningful simulation result? Find out in the FEA Master Class and learn how to fundamentally increase the accuracy of your structural mechanics analysis. Participants will receive a hands-on, interactive introduction to the different aspects of structural simulation (FEA) and will learn from top simulation experts how to leverage the free, cloud-based SimScale platform to receive accurate simulation results. Every session comes with an optional homework assignment that will help you put the gained knowledge into practice. Submitting all three homework assignments will qualify you for a Certificate of Completion. Submit the homework here: https://www.simscale-academy.com/p/simscale-fea-master-class All participants will get free access to SimScale with all the required simulation features. Please note that we recommend gaining some first experience with FEA and SimScale before joining this course. In this session of the FEA Master Class, we will discuss advanced meshing strategies. You will learn about the fundamentals of finite element discretization and how to choose the right approach for your engineering problem. Session 1: Advanced Meshing Strategies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-ApzhQRb2A Session 2: Nonlinear Material: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gZftcYU50Y Session 3: Dynamic Analysis and Numerics: https://youtu.be/Vc53HznFPIY SimScale is a 100% cloud-based simulation platform. Try CFD, FEA or Thermal Analysis by creating a free account: https://www.simscale.com/
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Mesh Size Does Matter:  FEA Errors from Mesh Sizes
 
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Are you sure that every FEA analysis ever ordered is accurate? Mesh sizes are the biggest source of error in an FEA simulation. Today I demonstrate that mistakes in FEA mesh sizing may be larger than you anticipated. Get full details in the article: https://wp.me/p3pMQV-4rO View more tips and helpful articles at https://www.dmsonline.us/
FEM Meshing Algorithm
 
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Unstructured meshing using an iterative algorithm
Why do we carry out meshing in Finite element analysis? (ANSYS : Meshing)
 
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Why do we carry out meshing in Finite element analysis? ansys 18.1, ansys 18.2, ansys tutorial, ansys theory, Finite element analysis, meshing, meshing in abaqus, meshing in hypermesh, meshing in ansys,
3D Finite Element Analysis with MATLAB
 
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Download a trial: https://goo.gl/PSa78r See what's new in the latest release of MATLAB and Simulink: https://goo.gl/3MdQK1 Learn how to perform 3D Finite Element Analysis (FEA) in MATLAB. This can help you to perform high fidelity modeling for applications such as structural mechanics, electrostatics, magnetostatics, conduction, heat transfer, and diffusion. This webinar will demonstrate the workflow steps for 3D FEA in MATLAB: Define geometry Define equations (PDE coefficients) Define boundary and initial conditions Mesh over the geometry Solve and visualize results
Views: 28362 MATLAB
What are the various element types in FEM?
 
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Are you confused to choose between various choices of mesh elements? A correct choice of mesh elements can reduce the computational time significantly. Also, some types of mesh elements are preferred over the other based on the situation. To know more about this topic, check out this video. Also, check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqxqCoIwU2U to know more about meshing. At Engineer Materials, we are developing an analysis tool called ISHI which uses the concepts of machine learning and AI to give you suggestions for mesh generation. If you have any doubts or any topic that you want to learn, please leave them on the comments section below. #LearnWithEM Also, follow us on: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/EngiMaterials Facebook http://www.facebook.com/EngiMaterials LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/engineer-materials
Views: 1935 Engimat Simulations
Lunch & Learn - Adaptive Meshing - Make sure your FEA results are correct
 
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http://www.cadimensions.com/resources/videos/lunch-learn-webinars Learn adaptive meshing in SOLIDWORKS and make sure your FEA Simulation results are correct.
Views: 5718 CADimensions, Inc.
History Lesson:  H-Method vs P-Method Finite Element Formulation
 
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A quick history lesson about two element formulation methods that used to be available in ANSYS. Today, only H-method is available. All element types and other functionality related to P-Method has been removed and/or disabled in the software.
Views: 5723 Matt Ridzon
1D Mesh FEA Tutorial
 
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Creating a 1D Mesh Part for FEA in CATIA V5.
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Applying Finite Element Analysis Meshing and Understanding the Results
 
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Meshing and solving FEA analysis model in AutoCAD Mechanical 2013. Learn more about our training for AutoCAD Mechanical at http://www.cadlearning.com/courses/autocad-mechanical-training-tutorials/
Views: 13329 CADLearning
Creating a Mesh Model - Finite Element Analysis (6/17)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/science-maths-technology/engineering-and-technology --- Step 5 is to create a mesh model of the hub, with 72 000 elements. The mesh density is at its greatest in areas of particular interest. (Part 6 of 17) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30D4A9A59A75C20B Transcript link - http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/t884-finite-element-analysis/transcript/t884analysis06.pdf --- For more information about creating a mesh model visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/t884.htm
FEA Robust Meshing Capabilities with ANSYS
 
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PADT's Manoj Mahendran shares the robust meshing capabilities that ANSYS meshing provides for mechanical applications. For more information, check the following blog post http://www.padtinc.com/blog/the-focus/robust-meshing-for-fea-with-ansys
Views: 3083 PADT Inc
FEA Mesh Basics, Fusion 360 Simulation
 
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A full 3 hour course related to Simulation in Fusion 360 can be found for only $10 at the following link: https://www.udemy.com/fea-simulations-with-fusion-360-static-structural-focus/?couponCode=DEVPRO10 This video details the mesh options when running a simulation in fusion 360. This will apply to static structural, modal, thermal and other analysis types. It goes into the details of mesh settings, local mesh controls and even adaptive mesh refinement.
Views: 466 THOMAS DEVPRO
CATIA V5-6 FEA Tutorial Bearing Load with Adaptive Mesh
 
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Written Tutorial: http://cadexperience.blogspot.com/2015/12/catia-v5-6-fea-tutorial-bearing-load.html
Views: 11005 CAD Tutorials
what is jacobian in finite element analysis? ((ANSYS : quality Meshing)
 
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jacobian in finite element analysis?, quality parameter in finite element analysis, quality parameter in hyperworks, quality parameter in in hypermesh, quality meshing in hyperworks, quality meshing in hypermesh, quality meshing in ansys,
Free Meshing Techniques/Tutorial for Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS by TTRC
 
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Demo lectures of ANSYS training in FEA for "Free Meshing' by TTRC. The tutorial is applicable to free meshing and deals with types of meshing. The lectures is a sample of standard TTRC training lectures for FEM. For more, visit www.aaplttrc.com You can also join us @ TTRC group in LinkedIn Technology Training & Research Centre in Google+ TTRC 2013 in Youtube
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Strategies for Selecting a Mesh Size - Intro to FEA
 
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From the Q&A Session of "Introduction to Finite Element Analysis", an on-demand webinar offered by NEi Software at: http://www.nenastran.com/NewtoFEA The webinar demystifies the FEA process by examining the underlying technology that is used. It also looks at best practices and common mistakes to avoid.
Views: 4336 neisoftware
FEA for FSAE #4 HOW TO CREATE AN ANSYS MECHANICAL MESH
 
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Finite Element Analysis workflow and best practices for FSAE teams using ANSYS Mechanical. For Australian and New Zealand students, tutorials located here: https://uni.leapaust.com.au/course/view.php?id=128 For more information contact LEAP Australia: Phone: Australia 1300 88 22 40, New Zealand 09 9777 444 Email: [email protected] Support Email: [email protected]
Views: 503 LEAP Australia
Adaptive meshing  in finite element limit analysis
 
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In this video, A automatic adaptive mesh generation code has been used to solve a stability problem.
Views: 244 Debasis Mohapatra
Solving The Mesh Model - Finite Element Analysis (14/17)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/science-maths-technology/engineering-and-technology --- Lewis Butler explains why and how he builds a model of half of the tub. Because of its complexity, much time and computing power is needed to solve the model. (Part 14 of 17) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30D4A9A59A75C20B Transcript link - http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/t884-finite-element-analysis/transcript/t884analysis14.pdf --- For more information about solving the mesh model visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/t884.htm
Easier Finite Element Analysis Meshing | Mimics Innovation Suite 19 | Materialise Medical
 
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With the Mimics Innovation Suite 19 you can obtain high-quality meshes faster, even with challenging cases. http://www.materialise.com/en/medical/what%E2%80%99s-new-materialise-mimics-innovation-suite-19 Your FEA mesh preparation workflow has been drastically improved with new robust algorithms to create uniform meshes and non-manifold assemblies, an improved link to your FE solver and a simplified user interface. In this version, it will be easier for a novice to get started with FEA meshing, while experienced users will be able to complete more challenging cases in less time. Try it now: http://www.materialise.com/en/medical/mimics-innovation-suite/contact-us
Views: 1760 Materialise Medical
Solving a Mesh Model - Finite Element Analysis (7/17)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/science-maths-technology/engineering-and-technology --- Step 6 is to input the various stresses and loads that the hub will have to cope with, and use a computer programme to solve the model. Today this can be done quickly and reliably though it still needs a lot of interpretation by the engineers and designers. (Part 7 of 17) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30D4A9A59A75C20B Transcript link - http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/t884-finite-element-analysis/transcript/t884analysis07.pdf --- For more information about solving a mesh model visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/t884.htm
How to Mesh a 3D Model | Mimics Innovation Suite
 
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In this video we show a typical workflow in Materialise 3-matic, going from segmented medical images to a pre-processed model for finite element analysis. Learn more about Materialise 3-matic: http://www.materialise.com/en/medical/software/3-matic
Views: 554 Materialise Medical
Full Webinar How to Build a 3D FEA Mesh, Solver and Visualization MATLAB
 
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Learn how to perform 3D Finite Element Analysis (FEA) in MATLAB. This can help you to perform high fidelity modeling for applications such as structural mechanics, electrostatics, magnetostatics, conduction, heat transfer, and diffusion. This webinar will demonstrate the workflow steps for 3D FEA in MATLAB: Define geometry Define equations (PDE coefficients) Define boundary and initial conditions Mesh over the geometry Solve and visualize results
Views: 148 TO Courses
FEA Mesh Sensitivity Study - Why Should We Do It ?
 
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Get more information at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/deeplay-energy-services/ For pdf copy, please kindly locate it at: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6447438642532184066
Views: 125 deepLay Energy
SEEP/W Session 2: Geometry and Finite Element Mesh
 
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Learn how to define the geometry and finite element mesh in a SEEP/W analysis.
Feature Focus: Full Finite Element Mesh Analysis
 
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MASTA's Full Finite Element Mesh Reduction and Analysis functionality increases the workflow options for incorporating FE into MASTA models and brings significant enhancements to the analysis of imported FE components. The inclusion of FE housings and complex shafts (including planet carriers, narrow or 'featured' gear blanks) increases the accuracy of gear and bearing misalignment predictions
Views: 339 SMT
ANSYS WB FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS - Wear with mesh erosion of polyethylene pin on steel disk
 
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Download from http://expertfea.com/solvedFEA_pack13.html We offer high quality ANSYS tutorials and Finite Element Analysis solved cases for Mechanical Engineering. If you are interested in building and performing similar scenarios, you can download their MECHDAT files to see the settings we used for materials, mesh, boundary conditions, loads, time steps etc., together with the 3D models. This FEA case can be solved in the following versions: ANSYS 14, ANSYS 14.5, ANSYS 14.5.7, ANSYS 15, ANSYS 16, ANSYS 16.1, ANSYS 16.2, ANSYS 17, ANSYS 17.1, ANSYS 17.2, ANSYS 18, ANSYS 19, ANSYS 20 and more. Keywords: fea, finite element analysis, finite element method, ansys, ansys workbench, ansys simulation, ansys fea, ansys workbench simulation, ansys workbench fea, ansys training, ansys lesson, ansys tutorial, ansys workbench training, ansys workbench lesson, ansys workbench tutorial, structural, thermal, cfd, static, steady, transient, dynamics, explicit dynamics, stress, strain, large deformation, solution, solving, solver, convergence, force, moment, velocity, displacement, temperature, heat, mode, shape, geometry, model, 2D, 3D, model, fea scenario, computation, von Mises, expert fea, fea expert, ansys online, ansys workbench online, online fea, fea report, mesh, mesh lesson, elements, nodes, plasticity, hyperelastic, hyperelasticity, mooney rivlin, steel, rubber, creep, vibration, modal, harmonic, random
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How To Create a Finite Element Mesh in Patran 2010
 
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This video shows how to mesh existing geometry using the mesh creation tools in Patran 2010.
Views: 26740 MSC Software
Finite Element Analysis Overview
 
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Learn about FEA meshes used by Autodesk Moldflow as well as the various types and capabilities.
Views: 824 Autodesk Moldflow
FEM CATIA V5 Tutorial - Beam Surfacic meshing & Analysis
 
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a Finite Elements Analysis and a surfacic meshing of a beam using CATIA V5.
Views: 11957 Innovative
Virtual Building Finite Element Mesh Model
 
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A very simple OpenGL Viewer for a Structural Mesh of a Building, visualized with extruded options in the Frame Elements and Shell Elements. Not using any shader for the vertex interpolation. This example shows the performance we will get in our application interface while allowing visualization and manipulation of meshes, analysis results, and real time deformation. Any questions about the software development, please email [email protected]
Views: 2266 CarlosIGenmai
NX CAE Finite Element Analysis Workflow - Mesh (Siemens PLM)
 
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Workflow illustration for structural finite element analysis (FEA) on a bracket using Siemens NX CAE & Siemens NX Nastran - Part #3: Meshing For more information on NX CAE please visit http://www.camlogic.com/software/siemens-nx-cad
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Finite Element Meshing is easy
 
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A complicated casting geometry can be meshed with the finite element method quickly and easily, and is suitable for use in a solidification analysis.
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#4 Direct Export of a layered finite elements mesh (fem) from GeoModeller
 
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4th in a series about meshing support in GeoModeller software. Direct export of a layered finite element mesh (fem) from an implicit 3D geology model built in GeoModeller – is demonstrated, export includes 3D attributes for geology and anisotropy information for flow simulation. The mesh is constructed using CGAL libraries (2D) to adaptively mesh geology on the surface topography. Next, a user-set number of layers are added down to fill the layered fem mesh.
Views: 305 Intrepid Geophysics
Why are nodes formed in a finite element analysis?
 
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Why are nodes formed in a finite element analysis? fea, meshing, meshing in finite element analysis, finite element analysis, CAE, Computer aided engineering.
Beam Calculation Simulation Tutorial 1/2-Finite Element Analysis with Weight-Mixed Mesh -Solidworks
 
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In this video I will teach how to calculate a metal structure considering a weight of an equipment in a certain region of the structure - STRESS ANALYSIS - FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION TUTORIAL For this we will have to create a new density for the equipment, so that it stays with the mass that we want, that in the case will be of 500 kilograms We will measure the equipment (width, length and height), to calculate the density Having the density found, in this case the value of 251 kg per meter³, we will now create this new material with the new density in solidworks To do this, right-click on some material, then click copy, then right-click a region without the folders again, and click new library, give this library a name and click ok , Make this new library, right click on it and click on new category, give it a name, and then right click on that category and paste, edit the name of the new material and also the density that In this case it will be 251 After changing the material of the equipment, we see that it already has the mass we want, which in this case is 500kg Now let's visualize the center of gravity, see that the center of gravity changes when we remove the equipment (chiller of 500kg), and when we de-suppress the center of gravity changes again We will now create a new simulation using as a principle the concept of mixed meshes, ie fabrics with structural designs and with solids, to start, we exclude pulp from list of cuts, we see that all components are already with their due materials, which in the case Are: aluminum plaque 1060, 1020 steel frame and chiller with the material created. If your pieces are not with material, you must choose the material of each piece. For this simulation, the chiller does not want to study its behavior so that it deforms, we will use it only to have its mass in the desired region, so we have to treat it as hard, as I change it by right-clicking Mouse over it and click on make it hard Now let's include gravity, which will consider everything in the drawing, including the 500kg chiller, see that gravity is applied in the center of gravity Now we are going to join the structural components with the solid components, this is very important to work with the mixed meshes, because it will show where one will support the other, to do this right click on components contacts and then click on set of Contacts, change the type to instead of without penetration to join, click on beams, then select all the beams that will hold in our case the plaque plaque and click ok, repeat the process to join the chiller with plaque plaque Now create the mesh and see that the mesh of the chiller will be orange, this occurs because we treat it as rigid, ie it will not be analyzed in the result, we will only use its mass Now click run, to calculate the structure In this first result, it presents the tension only in the solid bodies, does not show the tension in the beams See that the maximum voltage was 7.3 exponential 6 newton per square meter, that is, it did not exceed the flow limit that in the case of the plaque is 2.7 exponential 7 newton per square meter, ie there will be no plastic deformation , Is a deformation that the part returns to when removing the force We will see how to know the flow limit of each material, when we edit the material the same has the flow limit, for AISI 1020 steel we have 3.5 exponential 8 newtons per square meter, already the structural steel A36 that is normally used and metalon Has a flow limit of 2.5 exponential 8 newtons per square meter, and in the case the aluminum comom 1060 has 2.7 exponential 7 newtons per square meter The second shows how much everything will move, not only considering plastic displacement, but all buckling by weight even if it is in the elastic zone The third graph will show how much there was plastic deformation, see that the number is extremely low, ie there was no plastic deformation Now let's insert the fourth graph, which will serve to analyze the tension in the beams, to do this right click on result, then click on tension, and in definition change to beams See that the maximum stress in the beams was 8.8 exponential 6 newtons per square meter nearly 40 times lower than the 1020 steel flow limit which is 3.5 exponential 6 newtons per square meter, ie is suitable and not Deform Now let's do the same process to analyze the safety factor, see what the lowest value was 3.7 times, or the point that has less safety is 3.7 times more resistant than necessary
Manipulating Geometry and Meshing in Femap
 
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View the step by step tutorial for this video: https://structures.aero/blog/manipulating-geometry-meshing-femap/ Femap 45-Day Free Trial and Subscription Options: https://structures.aero/software/femap/pricing/ This webinar will give an introduction to the capabilities that FEMAP has in creating finite element models. We will walk through a step by step process of importing geometry into FEMAP and creating a finite element model of that geometry. We will first be importing a step file of a sample bracket into FEMAP. We will then be manipulating the geometry of the bracket in order create meshing surfaces, and use those surfaces to create a finite element model of the bracket. To learn more about Femap, please visit https://structures.aero/software/femap/ Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT_qHckHnPO85O0cEpGxveQ?sub_confirmation=1 Structural Design and Analysis (Structures.Aero) is a structural analysis company that specializes in aircraft and spacecraft structures using composites. We utilize Femap, NX Nastran, Fibersim, Simcenter 3D, and HyperSizer in our analysis work and provide these programs, training, and support as a Value-Added Reseller for Siemens PLM and HyperSizer. CONNECT WITH US Join the Femap/NX Nastran User Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/232625983920053/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StructuralDesignandAnalysis/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/StructuresAero LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/structural-design-and-analysis-inc-
Mesh Sizing Quality Convergence
 
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Mesh size and quality are important topics when performing structural analysis with h-elements. A simple model is used in ANSYS Workbench 14.5 to discuss these topics and their effects on convergence of FEA results. Visit the following site for similar videos: http://engineering.integrisgp.com/?page_id=32
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ANSYS TUTORIAL 13: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS of a Stamping with half symmetry
 
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Check step-by-step hands-on PDF tutorial here: http://www.expertfea.com/tutorial13.html We offer high quality ANSYS tutorials and Finite Element Analysis solved cases for Mechanical Engineering. If you are interested in building and performing similar scenarios, you can download their MECHDAT files to see the settings we used for materials, mesh, boundary conditions, loads, time steps etc., together with the 3D models. This FEA case can be solved in the following versions: ANSYS 14, ANSYS 14.5, ANSYS 14.5.7, ANSYS 15, ANSYS 16, ANSYS 16.1, ANSYS 16.2, ANSYS 17, ANSYS 17.1, ANSYS 17.2, ANSYS 18 and more. Keywords: fea, finite element analysis, finite element method, ansys, ansys workbench, ansys simulation, ansys fea, ansys workbench simulation, ansys workbench fea, ansys training, ansys lesson, ansys tutorial, ansys workbench training, ansys workbench lesson, ansys workbench tutorial, structural, thermal, cfd, static, steady, transient, dynamics, explicit dynamics, stress, strain, large deformation, solution, solving, solver, convergence, force, moment, velocity, displacement, temperature, heat, mode, shape, geometry, model, 2D, 3D, model, fea scenario, computation, von Mises, expert fea, fea expert, ansys online, ansys workbench online, online fea, fea report, mesh, mesh lesson, elements, nodes, plasticity, hyperelastic, hyperelasticity, mooney rivlin, steel, rubber, creep, vibration, modal, harmonic, random
Views: 3337 expertfea. com
ANSYS TUTORIAL 1: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS of Meshing spur gears
 
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Check step-by-step hands-on tutorial here: http://expertfea.com/tutorial1.html We offer high quality ANSYS tutorials and Finite Element Analysis solved cases for Mechanical engineering. If you are interested in building and performing similar scenarios, you can download their MECHDAT files to see the settings we used for materials, mesh, boundary conditions, loads, time steps etc., together with the 3D models. This FEA case can be solved in the following versions: ANSYS 14, ANSYS 14.5, ANSYS 14.5.7, ANSYS 15, ANSYS 16, ANSYS 16.1, ANSYS 16.2, ANSYS 17, ANSYS 17.1, ANSYS 17.2, ANSYS 18 and more. Keywords: fea, finite element analysis, finite element method, ansys, ansys workbench, ansys simulation, ansys fea, ansys workbench simulation, ansys workbench fea, ansys training, ansys lesson, ansys tutorial, ansys workbench training, ansys workbench lesson, ansys workbench tutorial, structural, thermal, cfd, static, steady, transient, dynamics, explicit dynamics, stress, strain, large deformation, solution, solving, solver, convergence, force, moment, velocity, displacement, temperature, heat, mode, shape, geometry, model, 2D, 3D, model, fea scenario, computation, von Mises, expert fea, fea expert, ansys online, ansys workbench online, online fea, fea report, mesh, mesh lesson, elements, nodes, plasticity, hyperelastic, hyperelasticity, mooney rivlin, steel, rubber, creep, vibration, modal, harmonic, random
Views: 11326 expertfea. com
TET Meshing Solid Geometry for FEA, How To
 
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TET meshing solid geometry is not always a straight forward process. This video demonstrates techniques to make the process simpler and faster.
Views: 1561 MSC Software
ANSYS v16 TUTORIAL 30: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS of Wear calculation for steel pin on disk
 
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