Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is most commonly used in understanding how stress or heat is distributed within a structure.
http://unionac.es/?kolinko=conocer-gente-cadiz&6c3=07 With application to solving for stress, FEA can be used to determine if a design will meet its requirements for strength, displacement, and longevity. The design may then be optimised for cost and weight if necessary. FEA can also be used to study how electric and magnetic fields are distributed in and around a structure.
gay cum kiss Simphysics has experience with Ansys, LSDyna, FeMap, Ideas and Abaqus software, and has experience in performing:
|Static linear||Large displacement|
|Nonlinear material||Anisotropic material|
|Contact constraints||Modal analysis|
|Principle stress (fatigue)||Transient dynamics|
|Explosion modelling||Coupled simulation|