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Safran Webinar – Mechanical Meshing for Structural Stress Analysis

This webinar will:

  • Give an overview of the capabilities of Mechanical Meshing with an emphasis on tetrahedral mesh generation
  • Explain tools like Patch Conforming Tetrahedrons Method, Feature Detection Worksheet, and Mesh Quality Worksheet
  • Share tips and tricks to simplify the mesh creation

TIME:
June 27, 2024
15:00 to 16:30 PM CET

Venue:
Virtual

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Overview

Finite element analysis (FEA) is a mathematical representation of a physical system comprising a part/assembly, material properties, and boundary conditions. In several situations, simple hand calculations cannot approximate product behavior in the real world.

Meshing is one of the most critical steps in performing an accurate simulation using FEA. A mesh comprises elements containing nodes (coordinate locations in space that can vary by element type) that represent the shape of the geometry. An FEA solver cannot easily work with irregular shapes, but it is much happier with shapes that have good aspect ratios. Meshing is the process of turning geometrical entities into discretized volumes called “elements.”

What you will learn

  • Capabilities of mechanical meshing with an emphasis on tetrahedron mesh generation
  • How tools like patch conforming, feature detection, and quality worksheets can simplify the creating the elements
  • Show how Ansys Mechanical has integrated meshing tools that directly connect CAD and CAE

Speakers

  • Daniel Vilyatser, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys
  • Andy Wade, Senior Principal R&D Engineer, Ansys