Simulating Reality, Delivering Certainty

11
Jul

Accurate and Efficient Workflow for Hyperelastic Material Simulations

We are pleased to announce the release of Marc 2018 which improves the efficiency and accuracy of rubber and hyperelastic simulations by introducing a new damage model and extending multiphysics capabilities. The added  can be used to predict potential in-service problems due to material degradation while the new coupled solution allows engineers to simulate the heat …

27
Jun

Streamlined AVL Excite Workflow with MSC Nastran 2018.2

We are excited to announce the new release of MSC Nastran 2018.2, focused to deliver a better simulation workflow within the automotive and aerospace industries. FEA Simulations play a major role in design and development of complex automotive structures. They are cheaper, faster, and provide safer designs. While performing a Finite Element (FE) analysis is …

18
Jun

Predictive Simulation Tools for Additive Manufacturing

With more than 30,000 additively manufactured parts a year going into aircraft, trains, and high end automobiles, Additive Manufacturing has now become an effective industrial production technique. While AM brings valuable opportunities to the industry (weight saving, customization, decreased time-to-market), it still faces the same challenges other manufacturing processes face such as injection molding to …

12
Jun

Using Global Adaptive Remeshing in Marc

During my career as a stress analyst, I have used several commercial Finite Element codes but when it comes to nonlinear analysis, Marc is the solution that really stands out. The complete element library, material models, and robust nonlinear algorithms enable Marc to solve problems from large deformations to material nonlinearity to general contact and …

7
Jun

2018 MSC Japan User’s Conference

Our 2018 MSC Japan User’s Conference recently took place at the beautiful TKP Garden City Shinagawa. With over 800 attendees, the event focused on solving new challenges and the ever-growing role of simulation in engineering. The keynote was presented by Teruya Sakurai, Professor of the University of Tsukuba and Director of Artificial Intelligence Science Center, on …

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