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9
Sep

SimAcademy – Exterior Acoustics | MSC Nastran [Video]

Question: Where can I learn more about exterior acoustics in MSC Nastran? Answer: You can watch this SimAcademy webinar MSC Nastran Exterior Acoustics. Here is a preview of the SimAcademy Webinar. Details of the webinar MSC Nastran has been a primary tool for performing multi-disciplinary analysis including acoustics analysis since originating in 1973. Exterior acoustics …

9
Sep

SimAcademy – Static Aeroelasticity | MSC Nastran [Video]

Question: Where can I learn more about static aeroelasticity in MSC Nastran? Answer: You can watch this SimAcademy webinar Introduction to Flight Loads. Here is a preview of the SimAcademy Webinar. Details of the webinar MSC Flightloads provides a user-friendly GUI for performing aeroelasticity analysis using MSC Nastran. This is a continuation of a series …

9
Sep

SimAcademy – Linear Buckling | MSC Nastran [Video]

Question: Where can I learn more about linear buckling in MSC Nastran? Answer: You can watch this SimAcademy webinar MSC Nastran Linear Buckling. Here is a preview of the SimAcademy Webinar. Details of the webinar In addition to being a general purpose FEA code, MSC Nastran has been used extensively for performing dynamic analysis and …

5
Sep

How can I determine the porosity, air flow resistivity, tortuosity, and other properties for my poro elastic materials?

Question: How can I determine the porosity, air flow resistivity, tortuosity,  and other properties for my poro elastic materials? Answer: Apparently there is no material handbook that has these readily available, nor are suppliers publishing these values openly. Fortunately, you can determine some of these properties through testing. A colleague recommended two companies that provide testing …

26
Aug

Advanced Contact Modeling in FEA | Marc [Video]

Question: Where can I learn about advanced contact modeling for FEA? Answer: You can watch our webinar below. Details of this webinar Contact analysis is often nonlinear as the contact zone could change with applied loads, altering the boundary conditions on the various components of an assembly. Additionally, components made of highly flexible materials like elastomers …