How to approach a snap-through problem

By |June 2nd, 2018|Categories: FEA: Intermediate|

Today's post is a video : ) In it, I will discuss various approaches to snap through problems with nonlinear FEA analysis. Understanding this was a stepping stone in my career. I really hope it will be just as useful for you! Takeaway: Let's sum up what I talked about: What is steering? When you [...]

FEA analysis won’t run? Fix it with this #FEAchecklist!

By |May 13th, 2018|Categories: FEA: Basics, • Linear Analysis, • Nonlinear Analysis, FEA: Intermediate, • Meshing, • Boundary Conditions, • Contact, FEA Topics:|

It's time for the second part of the #FEAchecklist! Last time we were checking stuff before starting an analysis. Now, let's wonder what to check if you see analysis errors when your analysis fails to run. I can honestly say I'm kind of an expert here... I'm pretty certain I've made most of the possible [...]

Time to learn FEA

By |April 30th, 2018|Categories: Art of Engineering|

If I would have to name a number one issue people have with learning FEA, lack of time is definitely it. Being an engineer usually calls for a lot of work during a week, so every other minute is precious. But there are a lot of myths about learning, and especially learning FEA that I [...]

Choosing FEA software and good options you want to have in it!

By |March 20th, 2018|Categories: FEA: Basics, FEA: Intermediate, Q&A, RFEM, FEMAP|

A few days ago Josh sent me an email with a question about choosing FEA software. And I realized I've never actually written about it. Time to fix it I guess : ) But since I'm experimenting with videos (let me know what you think!) I've made this one about it: There are different [...]

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