‘What’s New and Improved in StressCheck Professional’ Webinar Recording Now Available
On February 7, 2023 a 2-hour webinar titled “What’s New and Improved in StressCheck Professional” was provided by ESRD’s Brent Lancaster to a group of StressCheck enthusiasts. This webinar provided demonstrations of the “latest and greatest” enhancements in StressCheck v11.1, and a look toward future development activities happening in StressCheck v11.2. In case you missed it, the webinar slides and the webinar recording are now available!
Some highlights of the webinar included:
- Overview of recent features and enhancements already implemented in StressCheck Professional
- Demonstration of key features and enhancements available in StressCheck v11.1
- Overview of current development activities and future plans for StressCheck Professional
- Demonstration of key features and enhancements expected with the release of StressCheck v11.2
- Open discussion and Q&A
Many thanks to the StressCheck enthusiasts who attended the live webinar and subsequent Q&A session, as well as the StressCheck enthusiasts taking the time from their busy schedules to view the webinar recording.
As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns about StressCheck Professional and we’ll be happy to assist!
Clicking on the above link will redirect you to the original webinar post and will automatically scroll you to the webinar recordings section. For your viewing convenience the 2-hour webinar recording was edited into two parts, each approximately 57 minutes in length.
Clicking the above link will redirect you to the ESRD Resource Library where you may download a PDF of the PowerPoint slides presented during the webinar. Note: as the webinar slides are in PDF format, they do not included the video demonstrations. These demonstrations can be found individually at the following links (or viewed from the webinar recordings):
- StressCheck Tutorial: Automeshing Thin Regions with Pentas and Hexas via the Thin Section Method
- StressCheck Tutorial: Mixed (Hexa/Penta) Boundary Layer Automesh Refinement
- StressCheck Tutorial: Crack Front Automeshing with Mixed Mesh, Integration Layer and Grade Toward Ends Options
- StressCheck Tutorial: Parametric TLAP Scaling for Nonlinear Events
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