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New Workflow of Weld Modeling Using Batch Connections

September 9, 2020

11:30 AM IST

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Off-shore and sub-sea oil drilling operations, along with the automotive sector, are three industries that involve huge, complex beam & shell structures, as well as shell weld modeling. In pre-processing, it takes a large amount of time to model such geometries. We address this concern with the introduction of a batch connection (beam & shell meshing) technique, which provides a fast, robust option for pre-processing. In this webinar we explore Ansys’ new shell and beam modeling technology and weld modeling.

Topics Include

  • Features of beam & shell meshing technique and weld modeling
  • Tips and tricks for offshore and automotive examples

We also demonstrate how to improve pre-processing productivity for shell and beam modeling by

  • A new batch connection technique and general workflow of pre-processing for geometries involved in shell, beams and welds
  • An overview of upcoming features for interactive meshing capabilities

Who should attend?

This session will be helpful for all the FEA simulation users who spend a significant amount of time to prepare FEA models for a large number of beams & shells.

Speaker

Aditya Kshatriya

Aditya Kshatriya
Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

Aditya has been with Ansys for the last 14 years, where he specializes in complex pre-processing workflow development. He is working with major customers across North America and India to implement best practices for pre-processing of fluid and structural simulations as well. Aditya is working closely with the global technical and product development team to share global practices and promote enhancements of Ansys products requested by clients.

 

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