Hi, Cyprien from FEAforall here. In this video, I decided to review an engineering book. This is a book about thermal computation for electronics. So here it is. By Gordon N. Ellison. It’s a very interesting book that I’ve been reading in the past month about how to understand the theory and the practice behind […]
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Today, Let’s talk about uncertainty quantification and sensibility analysis! There is an open-source tool for that called OpenTurns which is integrated in Salome_Meca 2019 (Linux version). There are few tutorials available yet showing the full simulation with Code_aster and the usage of this simulation data to build an openturns case! That’s why one of my […]
Yes, I know, the title looks incredibly unbelievable… how can you use the same methodology to improve any kind of system? Well… As incredible as it seems, it is perfectly true. The name of this methodology is called the “Trial and Error” Method. This is something than I learned maybe when I was 10 years […]
Today, I am writing a very short piece of advice, but a very important one especially for young engineers. …And that’s also something that no one will ever tell you! Read my advice and you’ll see… If you are a young engineer just starting your career as a mechanical engineer, you may be thinking: “I […]
Let’s talk today about an interesting topic, Transient analysis! Most people start FEA simulation with linear static analysis, because it is the most simple type of analysis available, but the “static” hypothesis is not always valid and in some cases, there is no choice but to go for a transient study! If you have not […]