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Fatigue Module Upgrade: Designing for Durability in Real Life Environments with ANSYS nCode DesignLife - Webinar

The ANSYS fatigue module helps engineers easily and conveniently simulate fatigue life for products with limited types of loading. However, many products must survive environments that cannot be represented with simple loadings. Trade-offs to reduce weight while increasing product life requires the use of new materials with properties that are not available within the fatigue module.

ANSYS nCode DesignLife is the logical alternative to overcome the limitations of the ANSYS fatigue module. It is the most efficient tool to design modern, durable products. This webinar explains how the fatigue module limitations can be overcome with ANSYS nCode DesignLife to allow you to work efficiently and optimize the durability of your product.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode
Product Category: Structures


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Major Changes to Fatigue Life Through Minor Changes in Design

Minor modifications to product design can cause major consequences on the fatigue life of products. Optimizing for a desired product life involves trade-offs in geometry materials used. The ideal design withstands real-life usage without failure while limiting the design, manufacturing and maintenance costs. Evaluating the design trade-offs can be a daunting task.

The ANSYS Workbench environment with automatic optimization affords great time and labor savings while performing the analysis, which leads to significant cost savings via high-product integrity.

This webinar describes the use of ANSYS nCode DesignLife within Workbench and demonstrates the ease with which fatigue life can be optimized.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode, ANSYS Workbench


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Fatigue Analysis Using ANSYS nCode DesignLife

Assessing fatigue damage is critical in almost all industries. Various sources have estimated that as much as 90% of all structural failures have a fatigue mechanism. In addition, fatigue damage is cumulative and difficult to detect, so fatigue failures can be catastrophic.

ANSYS nCode DesignLife is a Workbench integrated CAE durability software product based on the worldwide leading HBMnCode DesignLife software. DesignLife uses finite element results along with a loading history to predict fatigue damage. ANSYS nCode DesignLife has a state-of-the-art complement of CAE durability tools, including stress-life fatigue, strain-life fatigue and crack-life analysis engines. It is integrated into the ANSYS Workbench environment, which allows simple robust communication with other ANSYS products, particularly ANSYS Mechanical. It also provides tools for developing automated templates that allow company-wide standardization of fatigue methodology.

This webinar will explain the basics of ANSYS nCode DesignLife and how it interacts with other ANSYS products.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode, ANSYS Workbench, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures


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Fatigue Simulation

An updated view of fatigue simulation with ANSYS nCode DesingLife, enhanced by composite and elevated temperature capabilities, is given in this webinar.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode
Product Category: Other Products


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Optimized Design of Rotating Machinery for Durability and Fatigue

Making informed product design decisions to improve your product's durability can avoid costly repairs, legal liabilities and maintain product integrity. ANSYS nCode DesignLife enables product virtual testing before the initial prototype is built. The technology predicts time to failure for products that undergo repeated loadings. The improved environment offers a complete fatigue process that reduces the source of errors, enables the re-use of the process and facilitates intelligent optimization.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode
Product Category: Structures


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Optimized Designs for Durability and Fatigue

Making informed product design decisions to improve your product's durability can avoid costly repairs, legal liabilities and maintain product integrity. ANSYS nCode DesignLife enables product virtual testing before the initial prototype is built. The technology predicts time to failure for products that undergo repeated loadings. ANSYS nCode DesignLife can optimize products for durability, resulting in significant cost reduction for design, manufacturing and maintenance. The improved environment offers a complete fatigue process that reduces the source of errors, enables the re-use of the process and facilitates intelligent optimization.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode
Product Category: Structures


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Optimized Designs for Fatigue Using ANSYS nCode DesignLife

Designing for durability can avoid costly repairs, legal liabilities and maintain product integrity. ANSYS nCode DesignLife enables the virtual testing of products for durability and predict fatigue before the initial prototype is built. Through simulation, product designs can be optimized for weight, cost and manufacturing efficiency and at the same time reduce the risks of failure. ANSYS nCode DesignLife offers a simulation environment where predetermined time series of loadings can be combined with the simulated responses from ANSYS Mechanical and other FEM products, to determine how long the product will survive. Customers use DesignLife for products that undergo repeated loadings, each of which is insufficient to cause failure, but over a period of time with cause a malfunction.

Learn how ANSYS nCode DesignLife can optimize your products for durability, resulting in significant cost reduction for design, manufacturing and maintenance.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS nCode


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