In NAFEMS’ July 2019 edition of Benchmark Magazine, ESRD Chairman Dr. Barna Szabó reveals the converged StressCheck® solution for the incremental spring rates, provides a summary of the FEA Puzzler respondent submissions, and documents the various approaches taken by the respondents.
The deadline for the NAFEMS coil spring “FEA Puzzler” submissions has been extended through June 1st! View a teaser video of ESRD’s StressCheck® model and qualitative deformation results.
On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 a webinar titled “How Do You Verify the Accuracy of Engineering Simulations?” was provided by ESRD’s Gordon Lehman and Brent Lancaster.
In case you missed it, the webinar recording is now available!
In the October 2018 issue of NAFEMS Benchmark magazine, ESRD Chairman Dr. Barna Szabó posed a new “FEA Puzzler”: Can you determine the progression in spring rate as a 3D coil spring is deformed? And, can you verify the accuracy of your solution? Give it your best shot!
Learn more about ESRD’s participation at the Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering (CAASE) 2018, and download President & CEO Dr. Ricardo Actis’ Democratization of Simulation-themed presentation on Smart Simulation Apps.
ESRD is pleased to announce that we will be attending and presenting at The Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering (CAASE) 2018 from June 5-7 in Cleveland, OH.
Converged StressCheck® results for “The Standard NAFEMS Benchmarks: Linear Elastic Tests” are now available for download! Read more to see how ESRD’s Simulation Technology performed […]
In the coming weeks, ESRD will publish our first set of FEA-based numerical simulation results from “The Standard NAFEMS Benchmark Solutions”. Learn more […]
Learn how Simulation Governance was introduced, how it came to be one of the Big Issues of NAFEMS, and how ESRD’s leadership and other world-renowned simulation experts are using this powerful function for enhancing reliability of modern numerical simulation […]
S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation for Structural Analysis in the Aerospace Industry Part 2: Challenges with Legacy FEA
In this second of our multi-part series on “S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation for Structural Analysis in the Aerospace Industry” we will distill what the need for higher-fidelity engineering analysis means to stress analysis groups and the challenges experienced when using legacy simulation and analysis technologies based on the finite element method (FEM). […]
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