Improving mechanical system simulation accuracy with kinematic analysis

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See how the latest FEA tools enable accurate assembly simulation

Assembly simulation in Simcenter Femap

Simulating real-world behavior of assemblies that operate in time-dependent or incremental loading environments can be difficult and tedious. It can be especially difficult when the environments include motion and when you are relying on traditional analysis methods and modeling techniques. However, with kinematic joints, simulation analysis can model entire assemblies, such as aerostructures, helicopters, deployable structures in space, gas turbines, and machine tools.

During this webinar, you will learn how this simulation approach provides more accurate results for true and flexible body dynamics. We will explore how flexible sliders and driver loads help simulate real-world behavior of an assembly as it is built on the assembly line.

Key Learnings

  • How to increase simulation results and analysis accuracy by taking real-world conditions of mechanical assemblies into account
  • How flexible body dynamic assembly modeling can be accomplished without a motion solver
  • Efficient modelling approach for kinematic joints and flexible sliders

Troy Giampietro

Applications Engineer, Siemens Digital Industries Software

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