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  • FEA Puzzler: a Tale of Two Analysts - Solution

    FEA Puzzler: a Tale of Two Analysts - Solution

    This FEA puzzler, published in the April issue of Benchmark, was devised by Barna Szabo of Engineering Software Research and Development, Inc. We had a number of great responses to the challenge (business card holders are now in the post) but very few respondents spotted the singularity that Analyst B should have identified. A mesh more


  • FEA Puzzler: a Tale of Two Analysts

    FEA Puzzler: a Tale of Two Analysts

    This FEA puzzler was devised by Barna Szabo of Engineering Software Research and Development, Inc. Prof Szabo will be giving a keynote presentation, “ On the Formulation and Application of Design Rules ” at the NAFEMS World Congress .The decision to including the FEA puzzler in benchmark was influenced by discussions with more


  • Solution - The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 07

    Solution - The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 07

    Solution - The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 07 Modelling Beam Members with Finite Elements February 21st, 2017 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates Often, when faced with a commercial FE system, the engineer will find that it contains a veritable plethora of beam elements each purporting to be suitable for more


  • The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 08

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 08

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 08 Calculation of the Hoop Burst Speed for Rotating Discs February 20th 2017 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates The Benchmark Challenge was launched the October 2014 edition of Benchmark and on the NAFEMS Challenge blog. The concept behind this initiative is to provide seemingly more


  • Solution - NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 06

    Solution - NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 06

    Solution - NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 06 The Sleipner Incident - A Computer-Aided Catastrophe Revisited October 24th, 2016 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates The Benchmark Challenge was launched the October 2014 edition of Benchmark and on the NAFEMS Challenge blog. The concept behind this initiative is more


  • The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 07

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 07

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 07 Modelling Beam Members with Finite Elements October 20th 2015 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates The Benchmark Challenge was launched the October 2014 edition of Benchmark and on the NAFEMS Challenge blog. The concept behind this initiative is to provide seemingly simply more


  • The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 06

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 06

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 06 The Sleipner Incident - A Computer-Aided Catastrophe Revisited July 24th 2016 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates The Benchmark Challenge was launched the October 2014 edition of Benchmark and on the NAFEMS Challenge blog. The concept behind this initiative is to provide more


  • Solution - NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 05

    Solution - NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 05

    Solution - NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge 05 Dynamic Characteristics of a Truss Structure July 24th 2016 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates The Benchmark Challenge was launched the October 2014 edition of Benchmark and on the NAFEMS Challenge blog. The concept behind this initiative is to provide seemingly more


  • The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 05

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 05

    The NAFEMS Benchmark Challenge - 05 Dynamic Characteristics of a Truss Structure April 12th 2016 by Angus Ramsay, Ramsay Maunder Associates The Benchmark Challenge was launched the October 2014 edition of Benchmark and on the NAFEMS Challenge blog. The concept behind this initiative is to provide seemingly simply more


  • From Wind Tunnels to High Performance Computing

    From Wind Tunnels to High Performance Computing

    From Wind Tunnels to High Performance Computing April 19th 2016 by The CAE Guy Back in the 1930s, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) was created by congressional charter in May 1933 as a federally owned corporation in the United States and ultimately declared constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1936 [1, 2].The more