Load Spreading in Femap

Load Spreading in Femap

What is in this webinar?

This webinar will explain how to spread loads on your model using data surfaces through the Data Surface Editor. The following topics will be covered:
  1. What is load spreading?
  2. How external data, such as a pressure map, can be imported into FEMAP and applied to your model as a pressure load.
  3. How pressure plots can be made to compare to the external data.
  4. Performing load summation to show how well the loads match the provided data.

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