Webinar: Solving Random Vibration Fatigue Problems in ANSYS
- 23rd October 2018
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Most of the structural failures experienced on the field can be associated with fatigue phenomenon. These product failures are known to have severe business implications. Prediction of the potential failures in the design stage is highly desirable. One of prominent Fatigue Failure in Structural components are due to the Random Vibrations PSD (Power Spectral Density) analysis, or more commonly known as Random Vibration analysis, is a statistical dynamic analysis dealing with the effects of a random excitation. The excitation can be a base (displacement, velocity, acceleration) or nodal (force, pressure) excitation and is assumed to be a stationary random process with zero mean value.
A very common use of PSD analyses is to look at the response of a system under a single base excitation, such as the case with many aerospace, Automotive and civil applications. Engineering simulation gives a plethora of techniques for predicting Fatigue failure due to Random Vibrations.
This advanced Webinar will provide you with the insight to implement Random Vibration Fatigue in your structural engineering simulations using ANSYS technologies.
Webinar starts at 07:00 BST
Who Should Attend?
Designers, engineers, managers and directors seeking to optimise their design & development processes.
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