Free Download nTopology 4.19.2 | 1.6 Gb
The Team nTopology is pleased to announce the availability ofnTopology 4.19.2
. This is a lighter release with our new FE Volume Mesh from CAD block to quickly generate FE Volume Mesh from an input CAD with no intermediate blocks and the ability to preserve CAD face.
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nTop 4.19 – What’s New
FE Volume Mesh from CAD
– The FE Volume Mesh from CAD block makes generating an FE Volume Mesh easier by eliminating the intermediate steps of converting the imported CAD into a surface mesh, volume mesh, and then into an FE volume mesh into one block.
– The FE Volume Mesh from CAD block features a Preserved CAD Faces input to retain the faces in the resulting FE Mesh.
– The generated FE mesh will be associated with the CAD bodies used. This removes the need to associate mesh with the CAD bodies for boundary selection.
– This block can be used in workflows where CAD parts are imported for any simulation or optimization into nTop.
– Block Name: FE Volume Mesh from CAD
– Location: Simulation > Mesh
– Description: Create an FE Mesh of solid elements from a single solid CAD Body by discretizing and adding integration points of the desired order to each element within the mesh.
. Body: The input geometric discretization.
. Edge Length: The target edge length of the elements.
. Geometric Order: The geometric order of the finite elements.
. Span Angle: The maximum spanning angle for elements on a curved surface.
. Growth Rate: The rate at which the size of adjacent elements can grow.
. Feature Angle: The maximum angle used to compute the preserved edges in the input surface automatically.
. Min Edge Length: The minimum allowed edge length of the generated elements in the output mesh.
. Chord Height: The maximum distance from the midpoint of an element edge to the input surface.
. Min Feature Size: The minimum small feature size to control the deletion of small features.
. Preserved Faces: Faces to preserve in the resulting FE Mesh. An undefined value turns off face preservation.
– We have updated the Import CFD Analysis Result block to support importing the Ensight case gold file (*.encas and *.case) formats.
– We have updated one of the internal computations of the listed blocks. The observable changes would be a higher voxel count, different Mesh/CAD topologies, or vertex/face counts. However, the Mesh/CAD Body will remain within the specified tolerance.
. Offset Voxel Grid
. Smoothen Voxel Grid
. Voxel Grid from Implicit Body
. Implicit Body from Voxel Grid
. All versions of Mesh from Implicit Body
. CAD Body from Implicit Body
nTopologyintroduced the concept of implicit modeling for mechanical design, which is an innovative, modern, and scalable way define parts and products. It has many benefits to end-users and companies, such as the elimination of model failures, speed of changes or iterations, and scalability to name a few. But implicit modeling enables so much more. In this informational session, we’ll explore a topic that is redefining product development – field-driven design. In short, field-driven design is a way for design, analysis, and manufacturing teams to overlay information into one engineering model. This approach enables orders of magnitude increase in design iteration speed and greatly improves collaboration between teams.
How Field-Driven Design Allows Engineers to Design for Additive Manufacturing
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nTopologywas founded in 2015 to enable engineers and designers to create any geometry – no matter how complex – and meet the requirements of high-performance products.
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