modelling and simulation
Post-Doctoral Position, Brest, France: Analysis of the effects of transfer and storage phases on the behavior of bonded ..Submitted by MKB on Thu, 2013-02-21 08:00.
Post doctoral position at Brest, France.
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Once only accessible at the high-end of manufacturing, modelling and simulation is now widely embraced by the industry as a result of increased processor speeds, the accessibility and usability of software and the reliability and robustness of the models and codes which underpin it.
I wanted to simulate fatigue crack growth in ls-dyna, obtain dK, crack tip stress fields. But I wanted to start from a simple model. I can't find any examples online, tutorial...
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I am working on the simulation of the metal cutting process using DEFORM 2D.I need some
guidance on the software usage.How do we vary the feed rate / cutting speed for different
operations.Can you help.I am pursuing my PhD currently.Do you have a working manual of DEFORM 2D for metal cutting.
Computational Mesomechanics of Composites, by Leon Mishnaevsky Jr. (Risoe National Laboratory, Technical University of Denmark)
Modelling and simulation is sometimes said to be the third way of doing science, the first two being theory and experiment; see this essay in Science for example: