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Parameter Estimation for a Tensile Test new

The model shows how to estimate the Young's modulus and Poisson ratio based on a tensile test. The test measures the tensile force and the radial displacement. The model is based on synthetic data generated in the model itself. It is considered good practice to test parameter estimation ... Read More

User-Defined License Agreement in an Application

This example of a simulation application shows how to add a user-defined license agreement, which you can use to protect applications that you publish and distribute. Read More

Pacemaker Electrode

This model, dealing with the current and potential distribution around one pair of electrodes, demonstrates how to synchronize and modify geometry in Inventor by using the LiveLink interface. Read More

Damping Pad with a Constrained Layer new

This model presents a method to analyze acoustic damping pads. These pads use a constrained layer of viscoelastic material to dissipate energy and thus reduce the energy radiated as noise. Damping pads are used in many different industries to reduce the noise generated by vibrating ... Read More

Diffusion-Controlled Dendrite Formation Using the Level Set Method

The present model demonstrates diffusion-controlled electrodeposition of copper on microstructured band electrode arrays (MEA). Mass transport by Fickian diffusion of copper ions is solved using the Transport of Diluted Species interface. Dendrite formation as a consequence of diffusion ... Read More

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