ESRD’s Dr. Ricardo Actis attended and presented with technology partner Analytical Processes/Engineered Solutions (AP/ES) at the Engineered Residual Stress Implementation (ERSI) Workshop 2018 in Clearfield, UT. This annual workshop is focused on the development of a damage tolerance methodologies for fatigue crack growth through deep Engineered Residual Stress (ERS) fields.
This past year, ESRD’s Drs. Barna Szabó and Ricardo Actis collaborated with NAVAIR’s Mr. Dave Rusk on a technical paper titled “Fatigue Life Prediction of Flaw-Tolerant Damaged Rotorcraft Structures”. This paper was presented at the American Helicopter Society Annual Forum 74 in Phoenix, Arizona May 14-17, 2018.
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This past week at ASIP 2017, ESRD provided a training course titled “How to use the Crack Propagation Analysis Tool for 3D Crack Simulation”, presented a track presentation “Pros and Cons of 3D Crack Growth Simulation using Finite Elements” and exhibited at our booth. Read the summary of events […]
ESRD’s NAFEMS America 2017 Aerospace Simulation Engineering conference presentations available for download […]
Next week, ESRD will co-sponsor, exhibit and present at the NAFEMS America’s 2017 event “Aerospace Simulation Engineering: The Big Issues”....
In this “S.A.F.E.R. Simulation” post we will share the key takeaways for engineers and their managers from a recent ESRD...
SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI – September 27, 2017 Engineering Software Research & Development, Inc. (ESRD) recently participated in two Aerospace &...
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When performing parametric structural analysis, ESRD’s p-element StressCheck FEA software is always my preferred choice due to the excellent solution quality, parametric framework, and superior computational efficiency. In fact, I recently used StressCheck to generate stress intensity factors along a parametrically defined elliptical crack-tip across 3,000 unique geometric configurations. Considering multi-body contact was present and all simulations were performed using a laptop, this was a task well suited for StressCheck.
Dr. Lee ZambinoResearcher, Villanova University