Join us for a webinar on the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of elastic wave propagation for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT). Modern manufacturing techniques and complex materials pose highly challenging inspection scenarios that make engineering simulation essential to their development.
*Image above is a simulation of guided wave propagation in an aluminum honeycomb component. FEA results courtesy of OnScale.*
DATE & TIME
September 30, 2020
11:00 AM (Eastern US)
Simulation of NDT applications has often been viewed as computationally expensive, however, with the advent of cloud engineering simulation, these computational barriers are removed. An industrial case study from Polytec, a provider of advanced 3D laser interferometry measurements capture and visualization of ultrasonic inspections, will be presented to show how cloud-based FEA provided the needed accuracy to simulate travelling wave measurement across a thin plate and crack detection.
The webinar presents how combining highly efficient multiphysics solvers with scalable High-Performance Computing (HPC) resources allows for a fast and effective design and optimization of advanced ultrasonic elastic wave propagation applications.
We will discuss how the combination of highly efficient multiphysics solvers with scalable High Performance Computing (HPC) resources allows for a fast and effective design and optimization of advanced ultrasonic NDT simulations.
Attendees will see an industrial case study from Polytec, a provider of advanced 3D laser interferometry measurements capture and visualization of ultrasonic inspections. Their work on traveling wave measurement across a thin plate and crack detection will be presented.
The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.
Event Link: revolutioninsimulation.org/webinar-non-destructive-testing-fea-of-advanced-material-and-components/