On July 17, 2019 a joint webinar on the latest developments in FEA-based 3D crack growth simulation, titled “3D Crack Growth Simulation: Advancements & Applications”, was provided by ESRD’s Brent Lancaster, LexTech’s James Harter and Hill Engineering’s Joshua Hodges. In case you missed it, the webinar recording is now available!
Want to learn from the experts in FEA-based Simulation Application (Sim App) development for standardization & automation of complex engineering analysis tasks, such as 3D fatigue crack growth, 3D ply-by-ply laminated composite analysis or other challenging applications you’d like to safely put into the hands of non-experts?
This July, ESRD will be partnering with several industry leaders to provide not one but TWO stimulating webinars on the latest in FEA-based Sim App development.
ESRD is pleased to join Hill Engineering, LLC (developers of BAMF) and LexTech, Inc. (developers of AFGROW) for a joint webinar on July 17, 2019 @ 1:00 pm EST.
This collaborative webinar will be titled “3D Crack Growth Simulation: Advancements & Applications”, and will detail the latest technological advancements for accurate simulation of three-dimensional metallic crack growth via coupled finite element analysis (FEA) and fatigue life computations.
This past week at ASIP 2018, ESRD provided a training course titled “Modeling Fastened Connections: Hierarchic Approaches Discussion and Demo”, chatted with ASIP attendees, provided StressCheck® demos, and exhibited at our booth.
Read the summary of events and download the ASIP training course presentation, demo video and selected StressCheck® model files!
SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI – September 27, 2017 Engineering Software Research & Development, Inc. (ESRD) recently participated in two Aerospace & Defense industry workshops in North America, both intended to advance numerical simulation technology for the prediction and extension of airframe component life. AFGROW Workshop 2017 Dr. Ricardo Actis, ESRD, Inc. President and CEO, presented a […]
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“In the case of the through crack configuration, the comparison of experimental and StressCheck® derived geometry factors showed a close correlation and were an improvement to solutions provided in AFGROW at the time. Based on the results of this research, StressCheck® pin-loaded lug geometry factors have since been incorporated into the AFGROW software.”
Dr. Alten GrandtPurdue University