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Simulation Tips & Tricks

Wednesday November 12, 2014 at 4:12pm
Certain challenges crop up in FEA now and again which look simple on the surface but it’s often not obvious to know how to proceed once you begin. Working out the slip torque for a peg in a hole, or pulley on a friction fit shaft for instance will be covered here. Also the best way to setup a 3-point-bend test using symmetry.
Simulation Tips & Tricks
Certain challenges crop up in FEA now and again which look simple on the surface but it’s often not obvious to know how to proceed once you begin.  Working out the slip torque for a peg in a hole, or pulley on a friction fit shaft for instance will be covered here.  Also the best way to setup a 3-point-bend test using symmetry.

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