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FEA / Finite Element Analysis

Every day more and more users start their CFD and FEM simulations. Among them there are people who are very experienced of this type of simulations and people who are entering this world for the first time. The users of CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) software...

Sometimes CFD and FEM simulations can really be hard to complete. If you are un-experienced, you may find some of the basic tricks of this type of analysis quite difficult to understand. In these situation please don't panic: there are very simple operation to accomplish...

One of the major and most important choice we have to make when running a FEA (Finite Element Analysis) regards the material model, also called mechanical mode. What is that? It's relatively easy to explain! As we know, every material reacts somehow when an external...

Clear and exhaustive documentation is a key element that often makes the difference when approaching a new product. When dealing with complex matters like Engineering Simulations this is even more true. In this post we present the new CONSELF documentation system: a completely renewed environment...

The Saint-Venant theory, first developed in XIX century, became possible the design of big steel structures, bridges and buildings. Thanks to this, a lot of simple analytical formula are used by engineers to calculate the link between external loads (forces and torques) and stress state....

Manufacturing industry all over the world strives to find optimal solutions and innovative processes. Many constraints, which often pull in opposite directions, are enforced like shorter time-to-market, cost reduction and so on. The concept of lean design process is becoming familiar, it is a somehow...

As you all may already know, thanks to CONSELF you can run both CFD (Computational fluid dynamics) and FEM/FEA (Finite elements method) analysis on the cloud. Once these analysis are completed, you can download the results to your local computer and analyse them using PARAVIEW,...

FEM (Finite Element Method) analysis are becoming more and more popular with the development of modern instruments of analysis. Nevertheless currently a higher number of people are struggling with simulations, in particular are trying to solve the stress singularities and concentrations problem. These two problems...

In recent years, simulations techniques have gained more and more interests because of their capability of providing engineering information about products efficiency, resistance, reliability in a cheap and quick way. They allow every engineer or designer to simulate a virtual test lab without requirements of...

Which is the best color map? This is a common question in the field of scientific simulation. But, even if it sounds really simple, it has not a universally accepted right answer. Some choices are popular among the community, but they are driven by tradition...