I would like to get some general knowledge
about the software package "SDRC". Any information
Perhaps you mean the software package sold by the Structural DynamicsQuote:>I would like to get some general knowledge about the software package "SDRC".
Engineers use FEM to determine the "hot points" of a design by
subjecting it to various mechanical and thermal forces. By using a
computer-evaluated mathematical model, engineers can try many different
alternatives and design revisions in fairly rapid order. In theory, FEA
is a what-if engineering tool. In reality, weak integration with other
engineering tasks and tools, not to mention the specialized knowledge and
experience required, makes this less of the case.
Usually, a design geometry is created with a conventional CAD/CAM
system. The FEM program uses the CAD files, plus additional
information giving the forces to apply, tweaking parameters, and the
visualization desired; it produces reports and graphics showing the
result of forces on the design.
SDRC, a leader in the field, competes with companies such as
McNeal-Schwindler and PDA Engineering. SDRC has recently begun to
expand their product offerings into the more conventional CAD/CAM
SDRC is a company: Structural Dynamics Research CorporationQuote:> I would like to get some general knowledge
> about the software package "SDRC". Any information
> is appreciated.
They have a product called I-DEAS: Integrated Design Engineering
Analysis Software. This is an integrated MCAE software system for
mechanical engineering applications which includes software
programs for design, analysis, test and drafting using a common
database and user interfaces.
For more information write them at:
Structural Dynamics Research Corporation
2000 Eastman Drive
Milford, Ohio 45150-2789
Please advise if you know where have a convertor for SDRC Ideas to
Best Regards, Andy.
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