Mastering FEA Meshing Techniques for Thin-Walled Assemblies

Mastering FEA Meshing Techniques for Thin-Walled Assemblies

What's in this webinar?

SDA Stress Engineer Andrew Jabola and David Weinberg will be discussing the differences and proper usage of different meshing technologies.  Mesh techniques and tools as well as post-processing methods will also be highlighted during this webinar.  Focus points of the webinar include:
  1. Advantages of hex meshing over traditional solid mesh techniques.
  2. Productivity gain of hex mesher via automated mesh control and generation.
  3. Advantages of mid-surface meshing including better performance and feature control.
  4. Powerful post-processing techniques for extracting critical data from your model.

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