Modal-Based Harmonics

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Large Scale Vibration Analysis with Modal-Based Harmonics

November 29, 2023

9:00 am ET / 3:00 pm CET

Large Scale Vibration Analysis with Modal-Based Harmonics

November 29, 2023

9:00 am ET / 3:00 pm CET

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Modal-Based Harmonics

With the release of modal-based harmonics, SimScale users will be able to perform vibration analysis on mesh sizes of over 1 million nodes using a single analysis type that automatically outputs full response spectrums.

In this launch webinar, we will walk you through a vibration analysis of an EV inverter to demonstrate the modal-based workflow and show how a full shaker table test regime can be efficiently replicated by running multi-axis tests simultaneously using parallel computation.

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Meet your presenter

David Short

Product Manager – Structural Mechanics

SimScale

David is the product manager for Structural Mechanics at SimScale. He brings with him years of professional experience in CAE, with a background in marine engineering. He is committed to helping organizations discover the benefits of early-stage simulation and works to make nonlinear and dynamic FEA applications accessible to design engineers worldwide.

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SimScale is the world’s first cloud-native SaaS engineering simulation platform, giving engineers and designers immediate access to digital prototyping early in the design stage, throughout the entire R&D cycle, and across the entire enterprise. By providing instant access to a single fluid, thermal, and structural simulation tool built on the latest cloud computing technology, SimScale has moved high-fidelity physics simulation technology from a complex and cost-prohibitive desktop application to a user-friendly web application, accessible to any designer and engineer in the world.