Category - Applications

25
Feb

Consistent Management of the Model Build Process

As simulation becomes more embedded in the overall product development process, it becomes important to establish a consistent model build process. An organization can be confident in using simulation results throughout the development lifecycle only if a mature and consistent process is implemented to create the simulation models. The objective of a consistent model build …

17
Feb

Tackling Acoustic Challenges and Standards

Tough new noise standards, increasing pressure to innovate, and the expectation for shorter time to market without compromising quality and affordability are just a few of the challenges that acoustic engineers from every industry are facing today. Automotive engineers are faced with the demand from consumers to create lightweight vehicles, which creates obstacles for controlling …

22
Jan

Computer based modeling and analysis plays a pivotal role in the packaging industry as it seeks to differentiate and deliver unique value to its customers

Simulation and analysis, or Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), enables engineers and organizations to analyze and explore new packaging processes and methods in a virtual environment, reducing the time and cost requirements associated with physical and experimental testing. For over 40 years, product manufacturers in transportation industries have relied on computer simulations as a means to …

14
Oct

Structural Analysis of a Tilt-Blade Rotor Mechanism

Question: Given an assembly, such as the rotor mechanism shown below, how can one determine the stresses and potential failure modes? Answer: Nonlinear FEA available in MSC Nastran can be used for structural analysis to assess the behavior of contacting rotor mechanisms. This presentation Contact Model of Rotor Components provides additional details on how to model …

24
Sep

Realizing the Full Value of Aerospace Composite Design

The complexity of composites vs. traditional metallic materials has forced aerospace manufacturers to complete 7-20x more tests than before across all levels of the validation pyramid. With smaller tests costing around $1k-$5K, and the larger tests costing up to $1M-$3M, a significant barrier has been presented in terms of cost and time to validate their …

23
Jul

Getting Students Ahead of the Curve

Engineering Simulation has become a critical, if not fundamental, part of the design and development process at all forward looking companies, big and small. Students entering the job market are expected to be familiar with simulation technologies and have proficiency in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) solutions, which would also give them an edge in the …

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