In today’s world, additive manufacturing and the digitalized investigation of physical parts are being used to create geometry which then needs to be used to perform simulation. While these and other pioneering advances are spearheading modern engineering efforts, they also tend to create geometry that is not as conducive for model creation, especially in terms of creating a high-quality finite element mesh.
We know that the number of parts and assemblies of this nature will continue to increase, along with the desire to update existing finite element models instead of recreating them from scratch. That’s why it’s more important than ever for simulation engineers to leverage the latest meshing technologies and best practices in order to stay competitive.
Join us for this brief webinar as we explore a number of these methodologies and techniques.
- Identify roadblocks, bottlenecks, and other issues associated with geometry created by advances in engineering technology.
- Understand how modern meshing capabilities can be used to address the loss of fidelity in geometry because it was not provided in the original format.
- Recognize the gains in productivity offered by editing an existing finite element mesh instead of a complete recreation of a mesh.
- Discover how new meshing techniques can be combined with traditional modeling workflows to accelerate delivery of a model ready for simulation.
Meet the speaker
Kyle is an application engineer with the Simcenter Femap development team. He's responsible for customer support, developing technical marketing content, and creating APIs to further extend the capabilities of Simcenter Femap. Kyle is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. He enjoys rebuilding and working on cars, and playing disc golf and basketball.