In this video, I will teach you step by step how to simulate a piezoelectric transducer with OnScale: Here is the Simulation Process I will go through in the video: Creating a New Project Assigning Materials Time Functions Definition Mesh and Keypoints Loads and Boundary Conditions Analysis Settings Defining Output Results Solving the Model Post-processing […]
I regrouped in this category all the video tutorials about the Onscale Software. Those tutorials will go from simple acoustic wave analysis to more advanced simulation of RF Filters, MEMS devices, pMUT, etc...
In this video, I will start from the multilayer transducer model that I described in depth in this article. First, I will show you how to modify the geometry to make it parametric. And then, I will show you how to post-process all that with scripting! This article will go more in depth than other […]
This is a specialist level training webinar about the theory at the core of OnScale Solvers. All Engineers who want to learn more about FEA Analysis and how nonlinear explicit dynamic simulation should watch it… Nonlinear Explicit and Implicit Dynamic Analysis are used in many fast dynamic applications, such as: Impact Analysis of a projectile […]
This is a very quick tutorial to show you: How to generate a custom drive function such as a chirp for example How to input that in OnScale Generating a Chirp drive function To generate quickly a drive function such as chirp, nothing is better than using the scipy signal python module Here’s a description […]
This is a quick video to teach you: How to export your onscale results in paraview vtu format How to open that in paraview and apply a simple filter I’ll show you here as an exemple how to apply the “Cell Data to Node Data” filter to view onscale stress results at the nodes. If […]
If you become familiar with OnScale, one of the things that you may wondering is how to calculate natural frequencies of your model… This is the kind of things that deserves to be explained a bit more in details! The real world is time domain. You might be used to doing modal analysis, but it’s […]