Temperature Loading Import from Excel
Sometimes element or nodal temperature distributions that are created by thermal solvers are only available in the form of a spreadsheet. We would like to take these values and turn them into a load case for subsequent analysis, so let’s see how to do this in Femap. The demonstration model for this is a very simple strip of ten quad elements, and we also have a temperature distribution in the form of a spreadsheet, which has actually been saved in a comma delimited format.
Equation Based Loading
Overview To demonstrate the creation of equation-based loading we’ll use a water tank quarter model. Prior to load application a local coordinate system positioned at the expected water level has already been defined and the wall surfaces have been ...
What's New In Simcenter Femap 2021.1?
What is in this webinar? SDA Stress Engineer Glenn Andrew will be presenting this webinar on What's New In Simcenter Femap 2021.1. During this webinar you will learn about some of the new changes in the latest version of Simcenter Femap including: ...
Geometry and Mesh Associativity
Overview With FEMAP you can import CAD and FEA models from a wide variety of sources. Instructions Please follow these step-by-step instructions: To import a CAD model select the File / Import / Geometry… menu option and browse and select the CAD ...
Femap Advanced API Programming Development
What is in this webinar? This Webinar will dive more deeply into to abilities and usefulness of API’s in FEMAP. Experience programming in Microsoft Excel, MATLAB, or other engineering programming languages is easily extensible to programming with ...
Intro to Femap API Programming
What is in this Webinar? In this webinar, Eric Gustafson walks through getting up and running with Femap API programming. Experience programming in Microsoft Excel, MATLAB, or other engineering programming languages is easily extensible to ...