January 16, 2020
IronCAD announces immediate availability of the latest version of its fully integrated Multiphysics for IronCAD (MPIC). MPIC 2020 includes several new and improved key technologies designed specifically for CAD design analysis.
IronCAD’s focus was on general CAD designers and users who want to adopt design analysis earlier in the digital prototyping cycle and aim to provide accurate, realistic and quick analysis. As such, most of these improvements are in the assembly analysis functionalities.
Some of MPIC 2020 new technologies and features include:
New tolerance assembly analysis technology is implemented with respect to how parts are assembled and meshed for analysis. This new option uses parts’ discrete boundary surface facets to smartly unite parts together for design analysis. This technology enables the healing of CAD assembly models with intentional or unintentional gaps so they can be glued together for quick design analysis.
New drag-and-drop user interface has been implemented in the part tree of materials, boundary condition constraints and load areas. Users can select the part’s tree node and drag it to a different material tree to quickly assign it to a different material. In boundary condition constraints and loading, the sequence of the priority of the constraint can also be changed by selecting the condition and drag it up/down to change the priority of the boundary condition.
MPIC model is now upgraded to XMD 2.2 model and compatible with all AMPS product lines. It can be opened, modified and analyzed by any AMPS XMD application if additional features/capabilities are needed.
Multiphysics for IronCAD offers basic to advance versions that include non-linear, fluid, dynamics and rigid body kinematics. Once installed, users have access to the full functionality limited to 2000 mesh nodes that can be used to get started with the analysis application. To access the latest Multiphysics for IronCAD 2020, click here.
“This new release with new tolerance assembly analysis technology will streamline the design analysis for design engineering beyond anything in the market today” says Cary O’Connor, VP of Marketing of IronCAD. “Users will be able to quickly design products and assemblies with accurate design simulation easily without having to struggle with gaps and inaccuracies often found in CAD designs that don’t fully model manufacturing processes such as welds and fixturing. Overall, users can improve designs and design-to-product times with this new functionality.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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