finite element analysis
30th October 2013
- Deadline for submission of abstracts (a text of 4000 characters max.)
We are currently looking for a PhD
student in the area of Computational Structural Mechanics. PhD applicants with a MS degree and publication in the area of solid mechanics,
computational mechanics and finite element analysis will be preferred.
Fixation and Mechanical Properties of Implanted Cartilage Replacements - Overview of three recently published papersSubmitted by Ali_Vahdati on Sun, 2013-09-29 18:08.
full-thickness cartilage lesions of the knee caused by trauma, disease or joint
instability are a common disorder affecting people of all ages. Implanted
cartilage replacements (ICR) have the potential to overcome the limitations of
conventional treatment methods and are a promising approach to restore
functionality of the joint. In spite of some success in engineering
cartilaginous tissue, inferior biomechanical and biochemical properties of ICR
compared to native articular cartilage (AC) and inadequate quality of fixation
This is a recent article in Acta Materialia on the propagation of conducting cracks in ferroelectric ceramics
Title: Conducting crack propagation driven by electric fields in ferroelectric ceramics
Authors: Amir Abdollahi and Irene Arias, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona
Postdoctoral Fellow Position
Tissue Mechanics Laboratory
Wallace H Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Opening — Immediate Availability
Computational Solid Mechanics Research
We are looking for a full time Engineer to assist with
simulation and analysis of nonlinear problems, sometimes with multiphysics
content. Responsibilities include engineering analysis and design. Ph.D. or
Masters Degree in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, aeronautical
engineering, or physics with some industrial experience preferred. Strong
academic record and references necessary. Experience with finite element method
necessary, and experience with Abaqus or COMSOL desirable. Will collaborate
with other engineers on a range of engineering projects that require strong
Abaqus 6.13 - Live Webinar! July 23, 9am EDT and 12 pm EDT. The latest release, Abaqus 6.13 delivers a number of powerful, customer-requested enhancements for modeling, meshing, visualization, contact, mechanics, and performance. These improvements enable customers to reduce development time and costs, while increasing the efficiency of the product development process through highly accurate simulations of real-world product and material behavior.
New web page of Finite Element Analysis software Z-set is now open: http://zset-software.com/
What is Z-set
Z-set is a computational code devoted to the analysis of material and
structure behavior, involving a finite element solver and a collection
of specific tools for material parameter calibration, preprocessing and
postprocessing computations. Z-set is the result of 30 years of close collaboration between the
A postdoctoral position is available to conduct research in
the multi-physics modeling and analysis of DNA-based nanostructures. The
research is conducted jointly with Professors Mark Bathe and Klaus-Jürgen Bathe
at MIT. The candidate should be familiar with nonlinear finite element methods.
Please email your application to:
"Prof. KJ Bathe" <email@example.com> with the subject heading "Modeling DNA-based Nanostructures".
I'm trying to model the ISO tests (as per ISO 1496-3) for a tank container subjected to static and dynamic loading using finite element technique. Regrading this work sufficient research papers are not available. Another thing is that, for fail-safe design and fatigue analysis there is no such documents known to me. Can you please help me in this regard?
Guidance from experienced colleague is highly solicited.
One PhD student position available at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engnieering of the University of Central Florida. Students with background in solid mechanics, computational mechanics and finite element analysis are particularly encouraged to apply. To apply, please send your resume and representative publications (if have) to Dr. Yuanli Bai (firstname.lastname@example.org). The opening is until Spring 2014.
I've modelled a DCB specimen and applied Boundary conditions and load... I followed the same procedures given in abaqus documentation... As expected the crack initiates and propagates along the interface... I can get the Resultant force vs displacement plot from the analysis.. But i dont know how to plot the fracture toughness vs crack length plot in ABAQUS..
Please help me... Your suggestion would really help me a lot..
i am new to ANSYS mechanical for just to know in ANSYS Mechanical up to what tolerance limit it can handel (either we can model in micro, nano scale).is there any separate procedure or software to analyse these type of problem
Thank you sir
Please apply online. Do not contact me; I do not work in the company.
The Research and Computer Aided Engineering group at Carrollton Technology Center of Halliburton is looking for an expert FEA analyst at principal engineer level. This position requires
1) Extensive experience with nonlinear finite element analysis and fundamental understanding and knowledge of Solid Mechanics.
Sr. Packaging Mechanical Analyst
- Job Number: 25557504
- Santa Clara Valley, California, United States
- Posted: Jan. 3, 2013
- Weekly Hours: 40.00
Mechanical engineer working in the central IC packaging group.
The Laboratory for Computational Biology and Biophysics at MIT (http://lcbb.mit.edu/) is seeking a highly motivated recent PhD graduate with expertise in nonlinear finite element analysis, ideally in the area of beam theory, with a keen interest in applying this knowledge to molecular modeling of DNA-based nanostructures. The candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, PhD-level training in finite element analysis, and a strong record of publishing archival journal articles.
I would like to perform a loading on a 2D specimen using a commercial software to obtain a stress-strain curve for shape memory alloy (using the Ginzburg-Laundau model). To obtain the stress-strain curve following methods can be applied (refer to the figure for the nomenclature of boundaries)
In this paper, a correlation between simulation and a full crash test is presented. In order to achieve good agreement in the correlation, several Abaqus analysis techniques are evaluated.
Traction Prediction of a Smooth Rigid Wheel in Soil using Coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian Analysis - 2012Submitted by SIMULIA on Mon, 2012-09-24 19:50.
The approach to modeling soil is validated by comparing predicted traction of a trolling rigid wheel to measured traction test date available in the literature. Comparison of the measured and predicted traction force shows that this approach is reasonable for predictin traction in soil.
This paper presents an automated approach to extract strains of aircraft structural models from widely used CAD and FE environments. The developed approach has been implemented as an integrated tool in widely used CATIA V5 and Abaqus environment. The integrated tool is a quick inexpensive and effecive technique for predicting structural strains.