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Since CONSELF foundation in 2015, our mission never changed: "Provide Design Technology, easy-to-use and accessible everywhere. CONSELF is in tune with the customer to value his time." In order to reach this important mission, we continuously developed our WebApplication, with a philosophy which forced us to step...

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...

Very often, after the simulation is completed, here in CONSELF we suggest to verify the y+ value to be withing certain ranges. Very often we get asked: what is y+ and why do we need to ensure these ranges? Well, these questions, even though not...

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...

This post shows how to turn a simple error message encountered during the meshing phase, into a fundamental info on your CAD geometry file, highlighting critical zones where the model can be improved to successfully obtain the computational grid. This new feature added in latest...

It is quite common to encounter polygonal mesh files which are affected by different types of "problems". A typical shortcoming that appears quite often is represented by open surfaces or surfaces with holes. This issue can be caused by different factors: a 3D scanned geometry...

When your intention is running a CFD (Computational fluid dynamics) or FEA/FEM (Finite element analysis/Finite element method) simulation the first task to complete is about 3D modelling. Everything starts from there: a simple CAD file which summarizes the simulation you are about to perform, a...

The relative motion between an object and the air generates a load applied by the latter on the former called aero-dynamic force. It is the very same phenomenon, that is exploited by a lot of different technologies and products to perform their task. In this...

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...