3D AutoCad & Finite Element Modelling @ Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) SEAM

Institution Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) SEAM
County Waterford
Technique Category Other Techniques
Technique 3D AutoCad & Finite Element Modelling

Basic Capabilities

3D AutoCad provides the user the ability to create a 2D or 3D computer generated models of a desired part. These models can subsequently be collected together to form assemblies. This facilitates an overall working view of entire assembly allowing user interaction. Finite Element Modelling is a computational technique for design optimisation and a powerful tool for understanding failure mechanisms.

Capable of generating design changes for precision manufacturing companies. Used to create 2D and 3D models in for finite element analysis. 
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a powerful, computer-based modelling tool, applicable to a wide range of industrial sectors for the design and development of products. SEAM possesses FEA software capable of modelling complex components and systems such as thermal analysis and coupled-physics capabilities involving acoustic, piezoelectric, thermal-structural and thermoelectric analysis.

 

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Equipment

Equipment Make SolidWorks & Ansys
Equipment Model

Advantages/Limitations

Advantage of Technique/Equipment
  • Robust user friendly software capable of quickly displaying and altering parts and assemblies.
  • Stress and strain visualisations to aid in the minimisation of components weight and cost
  • Refinement and optimization of designs prior to manufacture
Limitations of Technique/Equipment

Other Details

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Report yes
Interpretation yes
Data on Analyst Experienced staff.
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Contact

Dr. Ramesh Raghavendra

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