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  • Introduction to Creo Simulate for Design Engineers Martijn de Wet16/11/2017

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  • Agenda

    Challenges

    Creo Simulate Introduction

    Capabilities Creo Simulation Extension (Application)

    Creo Simulate Advanced Extension

    P-Element Technology vs H-Element Technology

    Expanding on Simulation capabilities

    Live Demonstration Basic functionality

    Kinematic/Dynamic behaviour

    Working with Assemblies

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  • Challenges:

    Analysis is performed by experts late in the product development process

    Prototype results are found too late to impact design decisions

    Analysis is supported using 3rd party disconnectedsolutions

    Engineers rely on experience and intuition to guide design decisions

    Inability to drive quality and performance

    Challenges

  • SimulationPTC Creo Simulate

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  • Capabilities -Simulation Extension ( or Creo Simulate)

    Static Analysis (incl. Contact)

    Modal Analysis

    Buckling Analysis

    Steady State Thermal Analysis

    Sensitivity-Studies / Optimization -Studies

    Mirror- / Cyclic Symmetry / Inertia Relief Constraint

    Isotropic Material

    Beams

    Rigid Links (Simple)

    Spot-, End- and Perimeter-Welds

    Simple Shells / Masses / Springs / Screws

    Load Transfer to MDO (Mechanism Dynamics Option)

    FEM-Mode (Standard-Mesher)

  • Capabilities -Advanced Simulation Extension

    Large Displacement Analysis (incl. Contact, Non-linear Material, Snap-through )

    Pre-stressed Analysis (static, modal)

    Dynamic Analysis (Time, Frequency, Random, Shock)

    Transient Thermal Analysis

    2D-Models (Axisymmetric, Plane Stress / strain)

    Transversely Isotropic / Orthotropic / Hyper elastic / Elastoplastic Material

    Advanced Shells / Masses / Springs / Screws

    Advanced Meshing Capabilities

    Weighted Links

    Rigid Links (Advanced)

    FEM-Mode (INRIA-Mesh)

  • Capabilities -H-ElementsMethode

  • Capabilities -P-ElementsMethode

    Benefits:

    Result quality does NOT depend on mesh refinement

    Automatic result- convergence

    Design Engineer gets reliable results

  • Capabilities -P-Element-Technologylevel 8

  • Expanding SimulationCapabilities

    Tolerance AnalysisVisualize geometric tolerances(GTOL) to be sure allcomponents of your product fit together.

    Fatigue AnalysisAnalyze how your product performs under repeated loading and unloading

    Mold Filling AnalysisSimulate the injection molding of plastic parts

    Mechanism DynamicsAnalyze how your product will behave given real-world forces such as gravity and friction*Included in Essentials Premium

    Human Factors AnalysisInsert digital human models into your designs to investigate ergonomic and human factors issues

    Engineering NotebookCapture design intent inside your model

  • Demo

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  • Plate with a hole

    Basic Functionality of Creo Simulate and Adaptive p-elements

  • Toggle

    Validate Kinematic / Dynamic Behavior

    Goal: Pushing-Force: 1500 N

  • Toggle

    Validate / Optimize Structural Behavior

    Goal:

    Stress Von Mises < 100 MPa

    Minimize Mass

  • Sheet Metal Assembly

    Working with Assemblies

    Important:

    Connections (automatic!)

    Use of shell elements (auto-detect!)

  • Your challenges, our passion!

    THANK YOU

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