Welding is a commonly used method that plays a crucial role in the safety, structural integrity, and durability of many fabricated structures. Learn about the significant new features in Ansys Mechanical 2022 R1 which greatly aide the preparation of FEA models involving welded structures and will save you many days of model preparation time.
Learn more about improvements in performance, usability, speed and model physics in Ansys 2022 R1 for Structures. Here we look at general FEA highlights and new features of broad interest to our customers plus a 2nd video exploring the new capabilities of the Ansys Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) Toolkit.
Guest post by Daniel Haasbroek, Principal Engineer Structural, thyssenkrupp industrial solutions including the recording of Daniel’s presentation at 2021 Ansys FEA User Group. Daniel has worked at thyssenkrupp for the past 14 years as a structural engineer specialising in balanced machines.
Recently LEAP delivered online training on scripting for Ansys Mechanical which was very well received by our customers. In this post we have made the recordings of these two training sessions available to the wider Ansys community, so if you would like to learn how Ansys Mechanical scripting can help to improve your efficiency, please read on.
Learn how the new Batch Connections in Mechanical enables efficient meshing of large beams and shell structures – significantly faster and with a better quality mesh. This new patent-pending technique replaces the tedious and time-consuming approach using ‘shared topology’.
Acoustic performance is an important part of a product experience, but can often be neglected by design engineers. Learn how to use Ansys VRXPERIENCE Sound to listen to a simulation of your products’ sounds, based on a virtual prototype and CFD/FEA simulation results and/or experimental data.
We speak with Khesh Selvaganapathi, Graduate Application Engineer at LEAP who recently graduated as a Mechanical Engineer from Monash University & joined LEAP at the start of March 2020 – just a few weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic began causing widespread disruption and forced most LEAP staff to work from home…
Learn how FEA played an important role in the redesign of Monash Motorsport’s wheel centres for their F-SAE cars – reducing the mass from 906g to 731g for each wheel centre from the 2019 to new 2020 design.
Trends such as such as Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things (IoT), drones, smart home technology and autonomous vehicles are continuing to push PCB technology to its limits. Electronics engineers are now needing to focus on more than just the electromagnetics aspects of PCB design, and are increasingly concerned about power consumption, thermal & vibration issues linked to reliability concerns in harsh environments.
Monash HPR (High Powered Rocketry) is a student team dedicated to the design and construction of high-powered rockets to compete in the 10,000 ft and 30,000 ft categories of AURC. Read about how their use of Ansys simulation delivered 85-92% weight reduction during the design and optimisation of their rocket motor bulkheads.