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Simulation Premium solutions include:
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- Linear Stress Analysis – Linear stress analysis calculates the stresses and deformations of geometry given three basic assumptions namely: 1. The part or assembly under load deforms with small rotations and displacements, 2. The product loading is static and constant over time, 3. The material has a constant stress strain relationship (Hooke’s law).