Finite element analysis (FEA) is a computerised method for predicting how a product reacts to real-world forces, vibration, heat, fluid flow and other physical effects. Finite element analysis shows whether a product will break, wear out or work the way it was designed.
Finite element analysis helps predict the behaviour of products affected by many physical effects, including:
Plastic injection moulding
Accumulating delivered dose to the rectum using finite element analysis improves toxicity prediction
In prostate cancer radiotherapy, the rectum is a dose-limiting organ▪ Delivered dose to the rectal wall in prostate radiotherapy differs from planned dose due to interfraction motion and deformation ▪ The hypothesis of the VoxTox research programme is that delivered
Design of Industrial Floors TR34 and Finite Element Analysis (Part 2)
The design of industrial floors will be presented in this paper. In the first part of this article the calculation methods of the TR34 British guideline will be discussed. In the second part the state of the art design methods using advanced finite element methods will be presented
Finite Element Analysis of the Expression of Plantar Pressure Distribution in the Injury of the Lateral Ligament of the Ankle
The program of treatment and rehabilitation of chronic ankle instability is different according to the impairment degree of lateral ligament of the ankle. The diagnosis methods of lateral ligaments injury are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and arthroscopy, which are either
Biomechanical Evaluation of Temporomandibular Joint Disc by Using 3-D Finite Element Analysis During Loading
Many factors may induce craniomandibular disorders, such as heavy loading, which may lead to joint wear and even disc perforation. Currently, there are no universal devices or methods to quantify the loading of the joint. This study aimed to create a universal three
Stress Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates by Higher Order Theory Using Finite Element Method
Abstract Finite Element Analysis is used to perform analysis on a laminated composite plate based on the Higher Order Shear Deformation Theory (HSDT). The theory accounts for variation of displacement stresses, across the thickness of the laminate. The element
APPLICATION OF FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS IN IMPLANT DENTISTRY
Finite element analysis (FEA) has been used extensively to predict the biomechanical performance of various dental implant designs as well as the effect of clinical factors on implant success. By understanding the basic theory, method, application, and limitations of
Dynamic finite element analysis of shot peening process of 2618-T61 aluminium alloy
Shot peening is a surface treatment processes usually used for the improvement of fatigue strength of metallic parts by inducing residual stress eld in them. The experimental evaluation of shot peening parameters is not only very complex but also costly. An attractive
Thermo Mechanical Analysis of Composite Cylinder Liners using Finite Element Analysis
Abstract Background/Objective: Cylinder liners are very important part of an automobile engine and working of the liner directly affects the engine performance. Conventional cylinder liners are being replaced with high temperature composite materials. The present
Finite element analysis of polyether ether ketone 450G biomaterial used as cardiovascular stent implant
Aim: This research paper aims to modeling and finite element analysis of PEEK 450G biomaterial used as cardiovascular stent implant. Methods: Commercially available CATIA V5 and ABAQUS 6.0 software were used for modeling and finite element analysis of
Transient thermo-mechanical axisymmetric finite element analysis of energy piles
Foundation piles that include geothermal liquid pipes are called energy piles and experience significant temperature changes during ground-source heat-pump operations. These temperature changes may affect the bearing capacity of the piles and lead to
Finite element analysis of stress distribution around a dental implant with different amounts of bone loss: An in vitro study Analiza metodą element
Background. The choice between reducing the bone height and inserting a shorter implant with a greater diameter or a longer and narrower implant without altering the bone height is a challenge in clinical practice. Objectives. The purpose of this finite element analysis (FEA)
Experimental and Finite Element Analysis of the Open-Cells Porous Materials Subjected to Compression Mechanical Loading
Progress in Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology enables the fabrication of complex structures that could not be obtained with traditional manufacturing methods. One AM research area is the development and use of lightweight products with cellular structures
FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF UHP-FRC SUBJECTED TO BLAST LOADING
Several investigations have shown that the mechanical properties of ultra-high-performance fibre reinforced concrete (UHP-FRC) material are different from traditional concrete. The differences in material behavior might result in more complexity to the finite element method
Mechanical Characterization of GPL/Polymer Nanocomposite Structure using Finite Element Analysis and SCILAB
Recent advances show that the Graphene platelets have dominated carbon nanotubes in the field of structural applications. This study is based on finding the mechanical properties and stress analysis of Graphene platelets. Here, the change in mechanical properties of
Callus remodeling model for mandible fracture healing finite element analysis
Mandible fractures are among the most common bone injuries in maxillofacial trauma, accounting for 20%-60% of all facial traumas . The medical goals in treatment of this kind of fractures depend on the arrangement of bone fragments and aim at restoration of callus
Estimating Static Equivalent Load Factors from Interface Force Response Results Using a Finite Element Analysis Approach in the Frequency Domain
In the end, the RMS interface forces were determined in a similar way to the traditional approach from the broadband response of the net interface forces. White arrows denote relative deflection recovery locations used in MPC equations. The displacement difference
Nonlinear finite element analysis of beam experiments for stop criteria
Proof load testing is used to assess the structural capacity of existing bridges. Stop criteria, based on measurements taken during proof load tests, determine if a test should be stopped before reaching the target proof load in order to maintain structural integrity. A nonlinear
Partial discharge finite element analysis under fast, repetitive voltage pulses
Wide bandgap (WBG) devices able to tolerate high voltages and currents and operating at higher frequencies are the most promising approach for reducing the size and weight of power management and conversion systems. These systems are envisaged to be widely
Cleat Impact Analysis of a Multi-body Quarter Vehicle System with Finite Element Models
The main purposes of the present work represent a modeling of a multi-body quarter vehicle system and a methodology of a cleat impact simulation. The multi-body quarter vehicle is modeled as a finite element . The nonlinear tire model is a simple 3D solid type. The parts of
Preliminary structural analysis of arch dams using a flat shell finite element formulation
Arch dams have strong structural behavior because of their arch geometry. Numerical analysis of the arch dams is a necessary not only to validate the structural performance of the existing arch dams but also to model and analyze modern dam constructions. Finite
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