Upcoming CAE Webinars
This monthly series offers brief tips and tricks for the CFD software Particleworks.
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This monthly series offers brief tips and tricks for RecurDyn MultiBody Dynamics software.
CAE Webinar Recordings
New Multibody Dynamics for PTC Creo Interface for Simplified and Automated Flexible Body and Contact Modeling
Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) is a set of Machine Learning (ML) methods that puts error bands on results by incorporating real world variability and probabilistic behavior into engineering and systems analysis.
Presented by Chris Garcia
Presented by Fabiano Maggio, Phd.
RecurDyn is commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS), open architecture, multibody dynamics software. RecurDyn also interfaces with additional COTS modules and enables the development of custom applications. Using RecurDyn as a software platform for custom simulations of mechanical systems yields lower purchase costs, development costs, and increases robustness. A case study will be presented that describes the use of RecurDyn as a platform for an updated version of the NATO Reference Mobility Model (NRMM).
The simulation of the NVH behavior is essential for certain types of gears and contributes significantly to the evaluation of gear optimization. The forced vibrations are calculated in the drive train, which arise from the excitation in the meshing and are transmitted to the housing as variable forces and moments at the bearings. The radiation power is determined for the housing thus stimulated, thus enabling an assessment of the noise behavior of the transmission.
We're here to help you understand Particle Method CFD Particleworks! This introductory webinar will cover how the CFD Method works, the comparison vs. traditional methods, advantages and disadvantages, and when Particleworks should be used in the design process.
Come see what's new in RecurDyn V9R4. We will be discussing enhancements such as GUI, MFBD, and Toolkits.
Thermal behavior of many systems, such as e-motors and pistons, are very important but difficult to model and simulate. This leads to increased development time and ultimately higher product cost. Particleworks uses a unique method called MPS which allows these systems to be modeled and simulated faster than conventional finite volume methods.
The goal of design is to develop a product using reasonable choices. Optimization is a method to make the best choices. This webinar will cover the setup of an optimization model, including design variables, constraints and objective functions. Techniques for the correct formulation of the requirements will be covered and various optimization examples related to multibody simulation will be introduced.
The dynamic behavior of a fluid-filled, flexible container transported on a manufacturing line along a conveyer is simulated, with the goal of optimizing the product transport time. The simulation is at the level of quad-physics, meaning that four types of physics are simulated together.
Particleworks is a mesh-free, liquid-flow simulation software based on the moving particle simulation (MPS) method, which is capable of complicated fluid simulations such as liquid dropping, mixing, lubrication, spraying, sloshing and splashing.
Creo 7.0 introduces Fluid Flow Simulation to Creo Simulation Live (CSL). But how do you know when to use CSL vs traditional methods? We demonstrate how to get the best value from each capability for fluid flow, thermal, structural and modal simulation capabilities directly integrated within your Creo environment.