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Fluid flow can be broadly categorized into three regimes: laminar, transitional, and turbulent. In laminar flow, the fluid remains stratified and no mixing occurs beyond molecular diffusion.
WatSat, a University of Waterloo student design team receives in-kind software grant from Siemens PLM Software and Maya HTT
WatSat, a University of Waterloo student design team, today announced they received an in-kind software grant from Siemens PLM and Maya HTT.
This Tips & Trick shows how to display a fem’s 2D element thickness values. In addition, NX lets you create a field of 2D element thicknesses, which you can reuse in the same or different model.
Siemens’ comprehensive Simcenter 3D is now available on Rescale’s on-demand, dynamically scalable, cloud simulation and high-performance computing (HPC) platform.
This Tips & Trick shows how you can overlay the critical ply ID and load case ID on laminate element contour plots using Advanced Post Report in NX Laminate Composites (NXLC).
This tips and Tricks shows how to use the Mechanical Load Summary command in NX to compute the total forces and moments for the active structural analysis solutions or sub cases.
This tips and tricks shows how to use NX Laminate Composites to identify a core ply and to automatically compute 13 and 23 core shear failure index, margin of safety, and strength ratio results.
Often, one conducts a CFD analysis of a system, taking into account fans, obstructions, multiple components and the surrounding environment.