All posts by Kateryna Vyshenska
How to Provide Structural Stability in Thermal Expansion Simulations
Say you want to compute thermal expansion and stresses in an object, but you don’t know what constraints you need. That’s where the Rigid Motion Suppression feature comes in.
How to Build a Parameterized Archimedean Spiral Geometry
Archimedean spirals are often used in the analysis of inductor coils, spiral heat exchangers, and microfluidic devices. Today, we will demonstrate how to build an Archimedean spiral using analytic equations and their derivatives to define a set of spiral curves. Based on these curves, we will then create a 2D geometry with specific thickness, extruding it to a full 3D geometry.
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