Category - Nonlinear

23
Jan

Machinery Design – The Ups and Downs of Finite Elements in Elevator Design

Schindler Lifts automates its FE calculations with CAE tools from MSC Software. Schindler is market leader in the lift and escalator sector and has offices in all five continents. Schindler’s offerings range from passenger lifts suitable for small blocks of flats to sophisticated transport solutions for skyscrapers. Service lifts ensure the stress-free movement of goods and ...
16
Oct

An Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis

  MSC Software recently held a webinar titled “The Importance of Nonlinear Analysis,” and it is the perfect webinar that introduces you to Nonlinear Analysis. The webinar goes over the differences between linear and nonlinear analysis, the 3 common sources of nonlinearities, and an actual demo of software used for nonlinear analysis. The webinar is ...
11
Jun

Aerospace Supplier DEMA Drives Costs Down with MSC Nastran Nonlinear

  Design Manufacturing SpA (DEMA) is a tier-one aerospace supplier based in Naples, Italy, and produces a wide range of aerostructures including aircraft fuselage sections, floor panels, cockpits, tailcones, fan cowls, ramps, cargo doors, slide boxes, horizaontal stabilizers, helicopters fuselage and helicopter tails booms. DEMA recently used the nonlinear capabilities in MSC Nastran to gain ...
29
May

2 Free Composites Technology Days with MSC Nastran

Can MSC Nastran beter allow you to design your advanced composite material designs? To help you answer this question, MSC Software be hosting 2 Free Composites Technology days with MSC Nastran, and you are invited to attend. Topics that will be covered include: First Ply Failure Delmaniation Residual strength  Crack assessment Optimize composite materials for ...
23
Apr

Optimizing Unmanned Aircraft Performance

The Global Observer is an unmanned aircraft with the wingspan of a Boeing 767 but less than 10% of the weight designed to provide communications and sensing for flights lasting up to one week at up to 65,000 feet. With a maximum wing loading of only 3.5 pounds per square feet, the wingtip deflects greater ...
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