First to market Load Reconstruction with True-Load
True-Load turns any structure into its own load transducer. By supplying a set of unit loads to True-Load, the ideal locations for strain gauges will be determined. The strain gauge placement can be refined through a variety of interactive tools. Once strain data has been collected at the strain gauge locations determined by True-Load, load scaling functions will be generated. Typical strain correlation will be within 2% of the measured values. True-Load outputs a True-QSE™ event so that the entire model can be easily explored. This leverages the data from a handful of strain gauges to understand the structural response of the entire model. Note: True-QSE is included with every license of True-Load. This type of loading data is critical to performing accurate fatigue calculations. True-Load has a direct interface to major fatigue software. This makes performing full-field fatigue analysis extremely a natural part of the engineering workfow.
True-Load continues to lead the industry with one of a kind capabilities such as sliding load calculation, hybrid loading and contact control.
True-QSE creates Quasi-Static Events that link FEA results to user defined scaling functions. This facilitates performing linear superposition of FEA results to create interactive output. The user can quickly generate nodal and elemental based functions of the superimposed field results. The user can easily store full-field output on a subset of the time domain of the event into an ODB file. The True-QSE™ Quasi-Static Events are easily exported to FEA based fatigue software for performing durability calculations.
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