ESRD’s Dr. Ricardo Actis attended and presented with technology partner Analytical Processes/Engineered Solutions (AP/ES) at the Engineered Residual Stress Implementation (ERSI) Workshop 2018 in Clearfield, UT. This annual workshop is focused on the development of a damage tolerance methodologies for fatigue crack growth through deep Engineered Residual Stress (ERS) fields.
In recent years, Digital Engineering contributor, NAFEMS instructor and FETraining.net developer Tony Abbey has put together a list of practical engineering simulation case studies, walk-thrus and software overviews for a variety of FEA software tools.
Watch as ESRD reproduces a selected set of his 3D detailed stress analysis case studies, and see how we compare with Digital Engineering’s published results!
This past year, ESRD’s Drs. Barna Szabó and Ricardo Actis collaborated with NAVAIR’s Mr. Dave Rusk on a technical paper titled “Fatigue Life Prediction of Flaw-Tolerant Damaged Rotorcraft Structures”. This paper was presented at the American Helicopter Society Annual Forum 74 in Phoenix, Arizona May 14-17, 2018.
Download the paper and presentation from our Resource Library!
In this month’s S.A.F.E.R. Simulation Views we asked David Rusk, Team Lead over Airframe Risk & Reliability, Structure Division, for the U.S. Navy NAVAIR Systems Command about the challenges faced by A&D programs. […]
ESRD will be exhibiting at AA&S 2018 in Jacksonville, FL from April 23-26! Come visit us at our booth (112) to chat about S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation in the hyper-competitive A&D industry […]
S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation for Structural Analysis in the Aerospace Industry Part 2: Challenges with Legacy FEA
In this second of our multi-part series on “S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation for Structural Analysis in the Aerospace Industry” we will distill what the need for higher-fidelity engineering analysis means to stress analysis groups and the challenges experienced when using legacy simulation and analysis technologies based on the finite element method (FEM). […]
S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation for Structural Analysis in the Aerospace Industry Part 1: Trends in A&D Driving Simulation
The global aviation, aerospace, and defense industries face unrelenting pressure for ever-increasing levels of operational performance, lifecycle reliability, and mission robustness in their products, platforms, and programs delivered to commercial and military customers. This is occurring concurrently with greater demand for overall system performance that is faster, lighter, quieter, smarter, greener, and more connected […]
Next week, ESRD will co-sponsor, exhibit and present at the NAFEMS America’s 2017 event “Aerospace Simulation Engineering: The Big Issues”. This one-day event on November 8, 2017 will focus on addressing the new & demanding requirements for numerical simulation in the Aerospace & Defense industry. Here is an excerpt from the event website: Aerospace manufacturers […]
ESRD and Altair will be presenting a novel Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry webinar, “Hyper-Fidelity Stress Analysis for S.A.F.E.R. Structural Simulation in the Aviation, Aerospace, and Defense Industries“, on October 17th at 10:00 am EDT. Simulation Analysts, Design Engineers, Aerospace & Defense Professionals, Product Innovators and Engineering Group Managers who are responsible for the performance […]
In this “S.A.F.E.R. Simulation” post we will share the key takeaways for engineers and their managers from a recent ESRD webinar on “Durability and Damage Tolerance Analysis Best Practices in the A&D Industry”. We’ll identify the factors that restrain the wider adoption of computational numerical simulation methodologies, and in particular finite element analysis (FEA) software, […]
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Dr. William OberkampfAuthor of Verification and Validation in Scientific Computing