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Modeling Creep Behavior in ANSYS Mechanical and Mechanical APDL

Creep deformation is irreversible, time-dependent progressive distortion at stress levels less than yield. Its effect is usually only significant at elevated temperatures, but many devices such as steam turbines, jet engines, and heat exchangers operate at temperatures greater than the minimum temperature required for the onset of creep behavior. Accurate simulation of creep behavior is essential for predicting and preventing in-service failure of critical structural components. ANSYS Mechanical and Mechanical MAPDL have a full library of industry accepted creep laws as well as the curve fitting tools necessary to generate the coefficients required for each law. These capabilities have been enhanced in ANSYS 14.0.

This webinar will explain how to model creep behavior in ANSYS Mechanical and Mechanical APDL 14.0

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ANSYS Advantage Magazine - Simulation for Sports - Volume 6 Issue 2

ANSYS Advantage Magazine - Simulation for Sports - Volume 6 Issue 2 - Complete Issue

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Profile of a CFD Pioneer: The Man Behind the CFD Methods

Numerical methods developed by Professor George Raithby have made a significant impact in both academia and the world of commercial fluid dynamics simulation. This article discusses some of his contributions to CFD.

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Modeling Threaded Bolted Joints in ANSYS Workbench

Although bolted joints are extremely common, they can be difficult to model accurately without using some best practices. An industry specialist provides some valuable suggestions for using engineering simulation to understand bolted joints to reduce failure.

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Using Remote Boundary Conditions in ANSYS Mechanical

When developing ANSYS Mechanical models, it is often inefficient to create every feature using CAD. It can be much more efficient to model the behavior of some features directly within ANSYS Mechanical without modeling the details of the feature. For example, boundary conditions are not always defined at convenient locations directly on the ANSYS Mechanical model. They are often defined at remote locations. The modeling goal is to efficiently capture the effect of the remote load on the behavior of the Mechanical model.

Unlike traditional direct FE boundary conditions, remote boundary conditions provide the capability to capture the effect of a condition whose center of action is not directly located on the model without modeling details of the feature. Some examples are remote displacements, remote forces, and moment loads. In addition, remote boundary conditions in Mechanical provide the capability to capture the effect of some structural components without requiring a detailed FE mesh of that component. Some examples are structural and thermal point masses, springs, dampers and joints.

This webinar will explain how to efficiently use remote boundary conditions in ANSYS Mechanical 14.0.

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The Ball’s in Your Court

A team of researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have developed models with ANSYS LS-DYNA software that accurately simulate ball-on-tennis-racket impacts. The team is using these models to investigate the individual and combined effects of many different design variables and to develop insights for improving the design of tennis rackets produced by Prince Sports.

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Dressed for Success - Speedo Racing System

Engineers at Speedo utilize ANSYS to develop the Speedo Fastskin Racing System.

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Engineering Simulation Takes Flight

Parker Aerospace uses ANSYS technology to reduce time and costs — as well as risk — in the design of aircraft systems.

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Good Vibrations

HEAD Sport delivers world-leading tennis racket performance with simulation.

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Business is Booming

Multiphysics simulation helps to design a thermal diffuser that converts explosion into long-lasting heat.

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