MSC CAEfatigue 2020 with Resource Pack

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MSC CAEfatigue 2020 with Resource Pack

MSC CAEfatigue 2020 with Resource Pack | 3.1 Gb

CAEfatigue Limited, a Hexagon business, is pleased to announce the availability of CAEfatigue 2020, part of the comprehensive suite of virtual product development (VPD) tools from MSC Software.

- CAEfatigue has launched a new Graphical User Interface for v2020. This interface is designed to have the same look/feel as the MSC Software APEX product. The software contains the same Control File entry process that our current Customers are familiar with but also introduces a Process Flow entry method as an ALPHA release. The intent of the new GUI is to allow the User to use either entry method to conduct a random analysis and/or fatigue analysis.
- CAEfatigue has expanded the Time Domain solver with a new sophisticated LOADS SCHEDULER toolset to allow the creation of Customer specified loading time histories. Events can be created from existing RPC/DAC/CSV file plus Block Loading plus deterministic loading (sine wave, square waves, etc.) and sine sweeps plus XY pair loading. Multi channel events of time histories can be written out in RPC/CSV/TABLED1 format. The TABLED1 format is particularly useful for Nastran Time Domain linear dynamic analysis.
- CAEfatigue has expanded the Time Domain solver to offer stress calculations on Critical Planes.
- CAEfatigue has expanded the Time Domain solver with new entries called MEMORY and PARALLEL. These entries control the maximum memory to use and the maximum threads to be used, respectively for a Time Domain analysis.
- CAEfatigue has expanded the Time Domain solver with a TIMEOUT entry that will permit the User to output a response time history at an element. This is similar to a PSDOUT entry used in the Frequency Domain.
- CAEfatigue has expanded the Time Domain solver to work with an Abaqus linear static stress file.
- CAEfatigue now provides a material database (XML) software to allow easy selection of standard, public domain, material data. The User can also choose to autogenerate generic SN / EN data through the use of vMATFTG: AUTOSN or AUTOEN. This feature will use the CODE entry in the vMATFTG: STATIC entry.
- GUI Enhancements: The GUI Result field now contain a TIME DATA option. This will allow a User to plot the data from a TIMEOUT entry in a Time Domain analysis.
- GUI Enhancement: The PSDM Plotter now supports output in Real / Imaginary format and Amplitude/Phase format
- GUI Enhancement: The Fringe Plotter has been given a Display option under the Properties window. This view allow the User to select High Accuracy graphics or Normal graphics.
- GUI Enhancement: The Fringe Plotter has been given a NO RESULTS option for the Results field that will allow the User to view the model geometry prior to the application of results.
- GUI Enhancement: CAEfatigue has updated the Control File Wizard to allow plotting of material SN/EN or autogenerated curves in the MATERIALS tab.
- GUI Enhancement: CAEfatigue now contains a TIME2PSD Wizard that will allow access and control of a TIME2PSD control file analysis. The Wizard will also allow graphical selection of Subevents in theEVENT PARAMS tab.
- In the TIME2PSD calculation, we now name the PSDM files with the following format “load_name” _ “jobname or filename” _ “event number” _PSDM.txt. Note: if Jobname does not exist, we will use Filename. This was done to follow the format of a CF analysis, where the jobname or filename is added to the results file, thus allowing the User to identify and connect the TIME2PSD output to a TIME2PSD control file.
- Nastran input files can now use POST, PARAM, 1 or -1.
Bug Fixes:
- Predefined viewing layouts in the Fringe Plotter have been corrected.
- Loss of the Y scale axis display in the Event Plotter for very small values has been corrected.

MSC CAEfatigue 2020 with Resource Pack

Hexagon AB, a global leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions, announced the acquisition of CAEfatigue Limited, a provider of mechanical fatigue simulation solutions used to improve manufacturing product design, quality, and reliability.

CAEfatigue's software suite, including its flagship product, CAEfatigue Vibration, provides industry-leading performance and accuracy using frequency-domain response, which provides faster, more accurate and more intuitive analysis of the qualitative behavior of systems than the time-domain alternative. Its solutions are used by global manufacturers across multiple industries, including automotive and aerospace and are interoperable with leading computer-aided engineering (CAE) packages.

Introduction to CAE fatigue and What’s New in v. 2020

MSC Software is one of the ten original software companies and a global leader in helping product manufacturers to advance their engineering methods with simulation software and services.

MSC Software's technology is used by leading manufacturers for linear and nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA), acoustics, fluid-structure interaction (FSI), multi-physics, optimization, fatigue and durability, multi-body dynamics, and control systems simulation.

MSC pioneered many of the technologies that are now relied upon by industry to analyze and predict stress and strain, vibration & dynamics, acoustics, and thermal analysis in our flagship product, MSC Nastran.

MSC Software Corporation is part of Hexagon, a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.

Product: MSC CAEfatigue
Version: 2020.0.2701 with Resource Pack
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : www.caefatigue.com
Language: english
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Size: 3.1 Gb

System Requirements

The CF application runs on 64-bit Intel and Intel-compatible processors running a 64-bit version of either Windows.

- For Windows, Windows Vista64 or later is supported. The Graphical User Interface support program also requires the Microsoft .NET 4.5 (or later) framework and several Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Libraries depending on the version of Windows being used. Note that these files will be installed automatically if they are not already installed.

The system should have a minimum of 2 GB RAM. Approximately 1GB of free disk space is required for the installation and additional disk space will be required to run the CF application although it is highly recommended that 8 GB RAM or more be available.

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