MeshWorks includes a multi-disciplinary post-processor for analyzing the results of simulations. This feature provides a comprehensive range of functionalities for generating reports on the performance of mechanical systems under operational loads. The post- processor allows users to load and view result files obtained from different solvers, and it includes features such as colour contour plots, animations, deformed shape plots, and X-Y plots. Additionally, MeshWorks post-processor offers innovative features and capabilities such as robotic extraction of peak stress values, maximum vibration amplitudes, and other hot spot results.
MeshWorks’ post-processor offers a range of design improvement features, including design modification inputs, shape changes, and rapid design iterations. The post-processor is highly automated, with functions such as the hot spot execute function, which robotically detects hot spot regions in the analysis model and unionizes them with the host model. With MeshWorks powerful tools, designers can perform a comprehensive study of their models and their effects.
Key post-processing Features:
Contour: Creates contour plots of a model and visualizes the outcomes of the analysis.
ISO:Allows the model’s ISO (or same value) results to be displayed.
ISO:Animation: Transient, Linear and Modal animation are all supported.
Model Information:Annotations display model details, and users can add notes for more information as needed.
Query:Allows users to view and export query results for nodes, elements, and components. Cut Section: Allows the user to cut planar sections through a model and view the effects on the model’s internal features.
Utilities:Several utilities are utilized for highly automated post-processing of Design of Experiment (DOE) and optimization study outcomes.
MeshWorks post-processing function offers automated post-processing features for both component and full-vehicle models, enabling fast design iteration for both types of models. The integrated approach of MeshWork’ post-processor provides a direct path from post- processing results to the design impact study, including hot spot extraction and unionisation to connect with the design iteration process. MeshWorks also offers an auto- parameterization option in the post-processing toolkit that helps users decide on various parameters to optimise the mass and performance of their models. Additionally, based on the components analysed in the MeshWorks Post Processor, various design changes are proposed, and users can pick their preferred solutions from the array available in MeshWorks.
- The MeshWorks environment includes an integrated post-processing user interface.
- Post-processing outputs from Abaqus and Nastran solvers are included.
- Large-scale models are seamlessly handled.
- Post-processing results on multi-page and multi-window with simple ‘cut, copy, paste, apply’ from one window/page to another.
- The automated ‘Score Card’ module extracts several key outcomes and provides them in a user-friendly tabular format.
- Session files are saved using XML.
- MeshWorks Post Processor offers fast and streamlined processes that enhance user experience and ease of use, making it accessible for all levels of users.
- Our post-processing function is designed to an industrial-grade standard, ensuring that the resultant models can support the development of manufacturable designs.
- By using MeshWorks Post Processor, users can bypass CAD and propose and develop design solutions directly at the FE Level. This saves a lot of time in the conventional design cycle and ultimately supports users in making design changes and improvements in record time.
How does it compare to other similar software?
|Features||MeshWorks – Post Processing||Similar softwares|
|Design Advisor Tools||✔️||❌|
|Design of Experiments (DoE) and Design Exploration with Parameterization||✔️||Varies|
|Direct Path to Design Optimization||✔️||Varies|
|Unique and Novel Feature||✔️||❌|