Structural optimization of a bracket with field-driven design and simulation data
Published on May 1, 2020
Key Software Capabilities
Every engineering simulation technique creates data that can be expressed as fields — from stress and strain fields in structural analysis to temperature fields in heat transfer and velocity fields in fluid dynamics.
In this nTop Live, Evan Pilz, Application Engineer at nTop, shows how to use simulation results from your native FEA software to drive geometry and create advanced structures in nTop. He also shares tips that enable you to design lightweight parts repeatedly using reusable workflows saving you time.
Watch and learn how to:
- Import simulation data as fields in nTop from any FEA software
- Create variable dense lattices or shells with variable thickness from imported data
- Integrate nTop in your existing lightweight engineering workflows
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