3DEXPERIENCE Cloud de Dassault Systèmes - Cadtech

Durability of metals is a physics simulation discipline used across industries by many companies designing products made from steel, aluminum, and other metals. Using the simulation you have run in Structural Scenario or Mechanical Scenario, the fields that were solved can then be directed to be used in a complex fatigue loading history, to calculate either stress-life, strain-life or infinite life FRF values. These are used for redesign instead of the stresses or strains.

Topics Covered:

SIMULIA Durability Engineer Essentials

 Overview – Durability Engineer Essentials

1 – Getting Started with Durability Engineer

2 – Fatigue Algorithms and Process

3 – Superposition Loading

4 — Sequence of Frames Loading

5 — Multiple Event Loading

6 — Fatigue from Structural Analysis with Plasticity



Target audience

  • Structural Analysis Engineer, Mechanical Analyst, Finite Element Modeling Specialist, Structural Vibration Analyst, Noise & Vibration Analyst, Additive Manufacturing Researcher, Structural Mechanics Engineer, Structural Performance Engineer, Structural Engineer, Airframe Structural Sizing Engineer, Composites Engineer for Transportation and Mobility, Composite Structures Engineer for Marine and Offshore, Composite Structures Performance Engineer, Product and Packaging Analysis Engineer, Tire Analysis Engineer, Composite Structures Analysis Engineer, Additive Manufacturing Analysis Engineer, Simulation Model Build Engineer, Multidiscipline Performance Engineer, Durability Performance Engineer, Durability and Mechanics Engineer