SSA Blog

Straight lines in all the right places. Lattice optimisation and how production processes, not physics, change component design.

Posted by Laurence Marks

Anyone who has the dubious pleasure of knowing me will be up to speed on my current obsession. I’m rebuilding a 1980’s formula ford, pretty much from the ground up. (In fact I haven’t even stripped it down fully yet.. but it will be recreated from bare metal when we get down there. ) At the time it was made I really loved these small single seaters; all apart from one significant feature. They had a pre-historic space frame chassis. And proper racing cars had carbon tubs..

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Special purpose elements in Abaqus

Posted by Stefano Morlacchi

September’s webinar will be held on September 25th at 10:30 and will be entitled: “Special purpose elements in Abaqus”.

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Move It! The SIMPACK way!

Posted by Neil Lynagh

If you haven’t already received an invitation to our upcoming SIMPACK seminar on the 6th October entitled “Pushing the boundaries of Multi-Body Dynamics Simulation with SIMPACK” then it’s certainly worth spending a few moments to post this blog to let you know what it’s all about.

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Suitable for Beginners: why all design focused simulation isn’t about point and click.

Posted by Laurence Marks

SSA is a company which specialises in simulation expertise; I guess that isn’t a huge surprise. We aren’t product designers, but our paths often cross. Sometimes there isn’t a huge meeting of minds, and sometimes there is. This blog posting is about a project where the combination of simulation and product design is working properly.

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