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Benefits of decisions applying FEA thermal product development

SolidWorks One of the main problems that arise in the design and manufacture of temperature-sensitive items / products such as aircraft wings, defense agencies, telecommunication towers or radio telescope is its performance under adverse conditions. This requires a detailed analysis of temperature, pressure and vibration, before the product needed for the production.
SolidWorks for these and similar problems is to consider the different behavior characteristics of the product by means of finite element(FE) modeling. Previously, this type of work has been analyzed using experimental methods to predict the behavior of the component conducted in conditions. This method allowed the analysis of behavior under the application of various external factors, but it was very expensive, time consuming and sometimes impractical.
In today's competitive market of consumer products for the development of engineering studies using large Full FEA modeling, simulation andAnalytical method replaces costly large-scale experimental method. FE modeling to analyze the developer of the component behavior in a variety of external factors, with virtual 3D models and simulations using CAD software like SolidWorks, HyperMesh, Nastran and ANSYS.
Better hardware and software infrastructure to help solve complex spatial problems in thermo-mechanical account of the physical properties (such as temperature, radiation, vibration, etc.) and geometric properties (such aslarge deformation, stress and kinematics) to a solution quickly. Using the method for large-scale experimental measurements in only hundreds of points, while the FEM simulations can be considered to thousands and millions of points for better precision and reliability as a whole.
Thermal FE modeling also allows to evaluate the natural frequencies and modes for the structure with thermal stress and temperature ranges.
FEA thermal analysis can be usedfor the types of cargo such as:
• Stationary and transient thermal analysis
• Structural analysis in wind conditions
• Structural analysis for gravity
• Structural analysis under seismic loads
• analysis of thermal stresses
• Thermal analysis of modal
• analysis of thermal stresses
• thermal static / dynamic analysis
If you have questions about thermal FEA and FE Thermal modeling services,Do not hesitate to contact us. Our analysts are waiting for your questions are answered info@caeoutsourcingservices.com. More information SolidWorks

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