Random base excitation simulation offers accuracy and efficiency, without the delays.
Structural design validation is shaky business. From the pressure waves created by a rocket motor’s ear-splitting 140 dB to the vibrations caused by driving on a rough gravel road and the real-world operating conditions under which PCBs in consumer products must perform, random vibrations can drive structural designs.
Random vibrations are often applied to the base of structures like spacecraft or automotive headlamps. Traditionally, random base excitation simulation has proved challenging and slow. Structural Analysis Toolkit (SATK) for NX NASTRAN is a game changer for speed, results handling, and accuracy.
This white paper takes a deep, technical dive into the pitfalls of random base excitation simulation, offering solutions to help you obtain accurate results efficiently, with limited computation time. Discover the keys to improving your random analysis workflow while reducing costs.