Creating an FE model that is actually useful
April 21, 2 p.m. (Eastern)
Part of the Overcoming FEA Roadblocks series. Before you can run your FE analysis, you need a useful FE model. The results accuracy is heavily dependent on the FE modeling techniques you adopt. Attend this webinar to learn how to create a representative FE model that will generate reliable results and save time through more efficient modeling practices.
- It's easy to miss critical stress raisers if meshing control and refinement capabilities are lacking
- The models you mesh automatically may be ineffective or unsuitable for more advanced types of analysis.
Fast, easy design changes — Simplified Product Innovation webinar series
April 21, 2 p.m. (Eastern)
An Engineering.com event. It’s an engineering reality: design is chaotic. You get concepts as 2D sketches, 3D models from suppliers’ multiple formats. And you must capture ideas locked in the head of a former employee. Learn how to meet the deadline.
Simulating full vehicle exterior acoustics
April 27, 11 a.m. (Eastern)
When dealing with exterior acoustic problems, advanced methods are typically required to obtain results in a reasonable amount of time. This is challenging because the models for exterior acoustic application can become rather large and so can the frequency range. Join us as we share our solutions for simulating vehicle exterior acoustics.
Machinery part manufacturing with NX CAM
April 27, 2 p.m. (Eastern)
Reducing production costs is a daily goal. How can you achieve this without using a truly integrated manufacturing environment? You need more than just a good NC programming software package to remain competitive in today’s challenging marketplace. Join us to learn about the essentials for excellence in industrial machinery and equipment manufacturing. Discover how NX™ software can help you increase your productivity.
Collaborative manufacturing: Driving speed and quality in today's complex heavy equipment world
April 29, 2 p.m. (Eastern)
Heavy equipment manufacturers are confronted with increasing complexity. You are buffeted by increasing customer requirements, product variations and global production all under the pressure of reduced time to market. Join us as we discuss key challenges facing heavy equipment manufacturers and their need to unify global engineering and manufacturing teams.
Flow induced noise simulation
May 4, 11 a.m. (Eastern)
LMS Virtual.Lab™ software allows you to take advantage of the resulting CFD data by quickly obtaining acoustic simulation results in both the near and/or far field. This technology is already used by customers for simulating the flow induced noise caused by HVAC’s, computer fans, rotating blowers and more.
Virtually validate power generation systems performance with system simulation
May 5, 11 a.m. (Eastern)
Energy concerns are a critical challenge to companies and governments all over the globe. Systems engineers are required to virtually validate the system performance of the power generation devices before they have even been built and the best way to do this is to make better, more informed decisions.
Fundamentals of vibration and modal analysis
May 11, 11 a.m. (Eastern)
How much vibration your product can safely be exposed to and how much it produces are critical design factors. Not designing for these can lead to early failure, low perceived customer quality, and even dangerous situations. Fully understanding your product’s vibration can be easy once you know the basics of vibration testing.
Technical publications using Teamcenter and Cortona3D
May 10, 11 a.m. (Eastern)
Cortona3D RapidAuthor enables documentation processes that leverage/reuse integrated 3D data for effective and complete product communications. For parts catalogs, product manuals, customer support, service/maintenance, operational procedures or training, 3D communications provide intuitive information that users can easily understand and appreciate.
Improve mold design productivity through digitalization and knowledge driven automation
May 11, 2 p.m. (Eastern)
Companies can gain a competitive advantage by leveraging specialized, best-practice knowledge in the tooling development process. Join us as we discuss and demonstrate how our NX™ Mold Wizard software transforms the tooling development process with advanced automation.
Efficient railway industry innovations with NX CAE
Manufacturers in the rail industry need to satisfy many requirements including safety and energy efficiency. Learn how NX™ CAE software can be used to:
- Address a wide array of railway industry simulation tasks;
- Make simulation workflows faster and more efficient; and
- Drive better design decisions through the use of simulation.
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