In this article and videos, I will teach you how to build very simple scripts using OnScale Analyst language called Symbol. This is an opportunity to start from scratch and learn the basic commands.
In this series of 5 videos, I will show you how to generate and simulate a 2D Axi-symmetric Transducer Design with OnScale. Transducer Design Part 1 – Introduction What is a transducer and what kind of results you can obtain from such an FEA simulation with OnScale? That’s what I am talking about in this […]
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 […]
In this blog post, let’s have a look together at some of the basics of electronic resonators such as: what is a resonator, the types of resonators the most used on the market, the basic physical principles, the most important characteristics, and how to get all of that with simulation using OnScale. What is a […]
If you are an FEA simulation engineer or a Designer trying to take some serious design decisions using OnScale, you know probably that how to analyze the data you obtain from simulation is critical. This step is called “Post-processing”, because it comes right after the successful simulation of your design. In short, post-processing is the […]
The most “basic” type of device capable of harnessing piezoelectricity is called a PZT Disc. It’s used in a lot of sensors, electronic filters,… etc I decided to make a video to teach you how to simulate one with OnScale. If you don’t have access to YouTube, click here to view the video. Why OnScale? […]