Webinar: When is it Just a Pretty Picture? Tips for a Better Structural Analysis

Webinar Details




The second webinar of the SimScale Consulting Partner Program introduces engineers, designers, and researchers to the expertise of our consulting partner, Mechanical Systems and Analysis (MSA). If you’d like to discuss a potential collaboration with MSA, fill in the form here.

During this session, participants will learn the essentials of static and dynamic Structural Analysis for a better understanding of the different solvers, loads, constraints, contacts, and tips for getting the right results using the SimScale Platform. For each case, a comprehensive example case will be used to illustrate and explain the setup and working of the SimScale simulation platform for Structural, Frequency, and Harmonic analysis.

There is no prior knowledge or software required to join this free webinar. All participants will get free access to SimScale including all simulation features.

Why should you register?

  • Find out about the SimScale Consulting Partner Program and the SimScale Platform.
  • Learn the essentials of Structural and Harmonic analysis with emphasis on the solvers, loads, and contacts.
  • Understand how to set up the simulations correctly for getting better results.

About the Presenter


Manager Director at Mechanical Systems and Analysis (MSA), Christopher Quijano is a veteran Mechanical Engineer with over 25 years of experience in design, simulation, and project management. With over 25 years of mechanical engineering experience, MSA provides complete product development support for small companies or startups to help them get their ideas to market. Their engineering services range from occasional consulting to full product design. Simulation capabilities include a full range of linear static and nonlinear static analysis, dynamic analysis (impact), vibration analysis, thermal analysis (conduction, convection, radiation), and thermal analysis using CFD (electronics cooling). All analysis capabilities can be used for failure analysis of existing systems.

Christopher Quijano

Managing Director at Mechanical Systems and Analysis (MSA)