FEA

The Finite Element Analysis (FEA) component of SimScale enables you to virtually test and predict the behavior of structures and hence solve complex structural engineering problems subjected to static and dynamic loading conditions.

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on January 24, 2018

Onshape helps you create, edit, and share parametric 3D CAD models in the cloud. But what if you also need simulation? Well,...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on November 20, 2017

Heavy equipment manufacturing is a capital-intensive process. Ensure the reliability of your designs with FEA before investing in...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on October 25, 2017

Heat dissipation in electronics can be achieved using a variety of techniques. How can you evaluate your options? The answer lies...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on October 24, 2017

A structural analysis for a safety-critical device was carried out on SimScale for a professional consultancy project. Discover...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on October 23, 2017

Discovering the power of web-based finite element analysis software through a case study. Simulation performed with SimScale,...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on October 20, 2017

This article explains the benefits of cloud-based structural analysis software for testing and optimizing designs without a large...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on July 26, 2017

Snap-fits are everywhere you look! Remember your indestructible Nokia 1200? It made use of a very well designed snap-mechanism to...

Written by Netty Zaharia on June 6, 2017

In medicine, disposable pumps are used for accurately dispensing medication, such as antibiotics, chemotherapy or pain management...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on June 2, 2017

Product design is a highly complex process, with multiple objectives, requirements, and constraints, all of which need to be...

Written by Netty Zaharia on May 16, 2017

Robert Boz founded his company eight years ago in Australia, with an initial focus on the optical industry. Today, Meccanica is...

Written by Ajay Harish on April 24, 2017

FEM software users often wonder how stress and strain are calculated, and how these quantities are related to the nodes. Which...

Written by Ajay Harish on April 19, 2017

The idea of von Mises stress was first proposed by Maksymilian Huber in 1904. However, it only received real attention in 1913...

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