Explicit Dynamic Analysis

Need for explicit dynamic analysis Implicit and explicit are the two main types of time integration methods that are used to perform dynamic simulations. The explicit time integration is more efficient for the following situations- 1. To simulate the buckling and complex contact problem. 2. To model material deformation and failure at a high strain […]

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Static vs Dynamic analysis

When we do our undergraduate studies, we mainly focus on static analysis. We only study the behavior of structures under static loading. But in real-life scenarios, the structure will also experience dynamic loading. So, it is essential for us to study the behavior of structures under dynamic loading. During our postgraduation, we come across the […]

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Free-Free Modal Analysis

Modal analysis is called the mother of all dynamic analysis because modal analysis is a prerequisite before performing any dynamic analysis. The modal analysis captures the dynamic characteristics of the vibrating system like natural frequency and mode shapes. The natural frequency is the inherent frequency of the vibrating system at which the system tends to […]

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