live webinar

How to integrate load, strength and fatigue analysis in simulation for machinery

Learn how to optimize your durability simulation workflows so you don't have to navigate between multiple tools just to see your results

June 12, 2024 at 11:00 AM Coordinated Universal Time


An engineer uses Simcenter simulation software to test for durability and strength in an industrial machine

Bridging the gap between simulation results and real-world strength and durability poses a significant challenge. Engineers find themselves manually extracting stress data and navigating through various tools to ascertain whether a simulated component or system meets the necessary criteria.

In this webinar, you'll discover how these workflows can be optimized to achieve robust results more efficiently. You'll also learn how to acquire precise loads for detailed fatigue analysis. Finally, we'll explore a new simulation technology capable of understanding and applying loads for a fatigue analysis directly from measurements.

In this webinar, attendees will:

  • Find out how to go from stress results to valuable strength information
  • Learn to save time by integrating strength and durability workflows with structural analysis
  • See new ways to acquire loads acting on a component using easy-to-access measurements
  • Discover new solutions capable of integrating multiple simulation workflows
  • Explore new ways to design parts efficiently with respect to their strength and durability

Register today so you can design more quickly with optimized workflows and create more effective solutions through simulation.

Meet the speakers


Eva Eggels

Mechanical Analyst

Eva Eggels is a mechanical analyst who supports and drives the design of lithography systems at ASML. One of her activities is developing a common, mature and robust way of working for fatigue assessment within the company. She holds a Master of Science in mechanical engineering.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Dr. Michael Hack

Business product line manager for durability solutions

Dr. Michael Hack has spent his career helping people solve real-life engineering challenges using simulation solutions.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Hack has focused on fatigue of new materials, composites and the influence of new production processes like additive manufacturing.

He is currently the business product line manager for the durability simulation products in Siemens Digital Industries Software.