It’s been some time I am talking about what I think of automation and “push-a-button” solutions to my newsletter subscribers. I know that this is a potentially “sensitive” topic for some people in the FEA field…and many people working in the FEA software industry would prefer you not to know about what I am about […]
Today, I am starting again doing simple tutorials of Ansys! I decided to start with a very simple linear static analysis of a pressured pipe with Ansys AIM 18 Student Edition. And just for the fun, I decided to record this video in 4 different languages (English, French, Chinese and Korean,…) Here is the english […]
If you are a beginner in FE (Finite Element) Analysis, this post should put some light on some of the most essential aspects to understand about “linear static analysis” First of all a little of background about Finite Element Analysis for those who really start out… Finite Element analysis is a method that helps […]
Modal analysis is, along with linear static analysis, one of the 2 most common types of FE analysis. If you don’t know about those, you’ll have to review your fea basics. That’s what we’ll do here! In this short article, I’ll talk about: What is modal analysis Why it is important to know about it […]
Have you realized how everyone is always talking about FEA as the ultimate weapon to solve any engineering problem? In one direction, that’s true, FEA is very powerful… but there are also some dangers, and no one is talking about them.
Being able to solve FEA problems is a skill, and this skill is trained by knowing the correct process to solve an FEA problem. Those steps are extremely important and if you learn how to develop correctly your thinking to assess each of these steps correctly, you will be able to become very quickly an […]