Today, I am sharing another article written by Nick Ananchenko, an Ukrainian Mechanical Engineer expert in Code_Aster You can check his previous article here: Engineer Story: Why should you develop your own Code_Aster Module? Hello everyone, my name is Nick Ananchenko, and I am mechanical engineer, with great passion for my profession. I used to […]
In the previous nonlinear leaf spring tutorial (part 2), I have mentioned that there are ways to optimize the E_N penetration contact coefficient. This is a procedure which is usually done recursively by choosing a coefficient, checking the penetration and then increasing the value until a good solution is obtained. In Code_Aster, there is a […]
When you calculate with Salome Meca, all results are often saved to a med file which can be bulky and requires paravis to be opened. If you just want to save a small number of specific results to a text file, there is a way to do that as well. You can also monitor the […]
Today, I am going to show you how to use Gmsh to build the plate with a hole model and how to simulate that model with Code_Aster. This tutorial will teach a lot of useful things such as creating the groups of nodes and elements, choosing the right mesh format for Code_Aster, Building the export […]
In this tutorial for Salome Meca with Code Aster, I will talk about: What is nonlinear quasi static simulation Some of the theoretical aspects that you need to understand for nonlinear simulation How to change the plate with a hole model into a nonlinear simulation How to enter the strain hardening curve in code aster […]
I am sharing an article written by Nick Ananchenko, an Ukrainian Mechanical Engineer who used his skills to build his own module in Code_Aster in order to calculate limit stresses in pipes caused by corrosion.