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Thin Structure Analysis Made Easy with SnSPro

With the update of Scan&Solve Pro, a new feature called “Use Quadratic Basis” in the Settings tab is now available. This feature allows for a more accurate analysis of thin structures with fewer elements (around an order fewer) as compared to using linear basis. The quadratic elements are particularly adept at handling bending in thin structures, whereas the previously used linear elements cannot “bend” without locking. For example, in the previous version, it may have taken 100,000…See More
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Zachary Gasick posted a blog post

Analyzing Composite Materials in SnS Pro

In Scan&Solve Pro, there are three primary types of materials to choose from: isotropic, wood, and orthotropic. Isotropic materials are things like metals that react the same when forces are applied from any direction. More details can be found here. Wood is a subset of orthotropic materials and has been covered…See More
Jul 12
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Zachary Gasick posted a blog post

Use Scan&Solve Pro to quickly assess if you can switch to composites [bike frame analysis]

Intro:Cycling is a sport that requires minimum skill. Because of this, the most elite riders need to be able to separate themselves from the pack in some way. They do this with nearly inhuman levels of strength and endurance. However, looking in those elite groups, those levels of strength and endurance are laughably common. So the same question arises: how does one separate themselves from the group? In general, cyclists know that the less weight they have to worry about, the faster they will…See More
Jun 9
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Analyzing Composite Materials in SnS Pro

In Scan&Solve Pro, there are three primary types of materials to choose from: isotropic, wood, and orthotropic. Isotropic materials are things like metals that react the same when forces are applied from any direction. More details can be found here. Wood is a subset of orthotropic materials and has been covered…

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Posted on July 12, 2017 at 11:00am

Use Scan&Solve Pro to quickly assess if you can switch to composites [bike frame analysis]

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Cycling is a sport that requires minimum skill. Because of this, the most elite riders need to be able to separate themselves from the pack in some way. They do this with nearly inhuman levels of strength and endurance. However, looking in those elite groups, those levels of strength and endurance are laughably common. So the same question arises: how does one separate themselves from the group? In general, cyclists know that the less…

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Posted on June 9, 2017 at 11:00am

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