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.
Hello, guys. Cyprien from FEA for All. Today, I prepared a very interesting video. At least I think it will be, and this will be about how you can become a better engineer. So the purpose of this video is to share with you some of the insights I had all over the year by […]
Today’s blog post will be a bit special. One of my readers sent me his ideas about the integration of simulation into the design process… a lot of idea! This got me thinking that he probably isn’t the only one in this situation, and that it would be beneficial to share his thoughts on the […]
Flexibility… a common word that you will find on almost every job application form and resume. Maybe a bit to much…so much that the real meaning of the word actually may have lost his meaning for many people. If someone ask you if you are flexible, what will be your answer? Yes, of course, I […]
Let’s break down this question in 2 parts: What are the benefits to learn Sales and Marketing and can it add something to an engineer’s job or life …?
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 […]