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30 Sep 2019

Catch 3DEXPERIENCE Simulation on Wheels in the Midwest

Check out SIMULIA on Wheels with the 3DEXPERIENCE tour coming to a location in the Midwest.  Mark your calendar to check out the mobile playground which is touring from September – November 2019.

On the tour, you will find a playground of interactive experiences that showcases the power of simulation through a virtual replication of the real world, the “3DEXPERIENCE twin.” As your single source of truth, this enables simulation to be fully integrated throughout concept, design, engineering and manufacturing.

View the Tour Dates:

Anyone is welcome to attend the events marked “Open House”.  Technology Days are private events held at a specific organization.

 

 

 

 

10 Oct 2018

2018 SIMULIA Great Lakes Regional User Meeting

Join us for the Great Lakes RUM this fall.

The SIMULIA Great Lakes Regional User Meeting features the largest contingent of a SIMULIA customers from Transportation & Mobility in the US, making it the de facto industry event.

Why should you attend?

  • Learn how industry leaders are using SIMULIA’s Portfolio and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform
  • Attend customer presentations on a variety of technology topics
  • View SIMULIA presentations by technical experts on popular topics
  • And much more!

Take advantage of the opportunity to attend this free technology meeting, interact with SIMULIA experts and network with other users in your area.

 

 

28 Mar 2018
Abaqus Knee Simulator | SIMULIA | Adaptive

New Video: Abaqus Knee Simulator – Accelerating the Design of Knee Implants

A new video now available from the Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA group demonstrates how the Abaqus Knee Simulator application can accelerate the advanced design of knee implants using finite element (FE) analysis and 3D modeling. The video is hosted by Cheryl Liu, Ph.D. of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA and Paul Rullkoetter, Ph.D. of OrthoAnalysts.

What is the Abaqus Knee Simulator?

The Abaqus Knee Simulator is a validated computational modeling tool for performing basic to advanced knee implant analyses and simulations. This tool offers five fast and easy-to-setup workflows which reduce your reliance on time-consuming trials and expensive lab equipment, while still meeting regulatory requirements. The video includes an overview of the five workflows, validation of the model, and a demonstration of the software tool.

The Benefits of the Abaqus Knee Simulator versus Physical Simulation

The Knee Simulator is an application that works with Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA software. The application includes five pre-Abaqus Knee Simulator - Five Workflowsvalidated workflows knee implant design engineers can use to test their designs without the time-consuming process of creating physical models. The five workflows include; Contact Mechanics, Implant Constraint, TibioFemoral Constraint, Basic TKR Loading, and Wear Simulator.

Dr. Chiu explains how the Contact Mechanics workflow can take up to four hours to run. In contrast, the creation of a physical model to conduct the same test could take four weeks and cost approximately $14,000.

About Abaqus

Today, product simulation is often being performed by engineering groups using niche simulation tools from different vendors to simulate various design attributes. The use of multiple vendor software products creates inefficiencies and increases costs. SIMULIA delivers a scalable suite of unified analysis products that allow all users, regardless of their simulation expertise or domain focus, to collaborate and seamlessly share simulation data and approved methods without loss of information fidelity.

The Abaqus Unified FEA product suite offers powerful and complete solutions for both routine and sophisticated engineering problems covering a vast spectrum of industrial applications.

View the video here.

 

04 Feb 2016

2016 Release of Abaqus & fe-safe

For those of our customers who are Abaqus and fe-safe users, you may want to know about a recent software update.. This marks Abaqus 2016Abaqus 6.14 release. New features for 2016 include:

  • Enhanced Contact
  • Enhanced Materials and Elements
  • Enhanced Interface and Useability

You can find out more about the features of Abaqus 6.14 in a new release webinar replay available on the SIMULIA Learning Community.

fe-safe 6.5 Release

fe-safe, fatigue analysis software specially for finite element models has also released its 2016 update. It fe-safe 2016features a number of improvements including:

  • Improved fatigue analysis algorithm to comply with FKM Guidelines
  • Improved ANSYS Workbench extension
  • Automated weld analysis expanded to shell element models
  • Enhanced project management
  • Licensing changes
  • Verity – improved through-node handling
  • Improved surface element analyses in Pro-Mechanica
  • Collapsed element handling
  • Material search client integration
  • New Manson-McKnight Octahedral fatigue algorithm

To learn more about this release and how it impacts you, contact your Adaptive account manager or send an email to info at adaptivecorp dot com and an Adaptive representative will be in touch shortly.