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<h1>ASME Local Failure ACT-based Application for Mechanical</h1> <p><strong>Background:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Local failure is a term used in ASME 2013 Sec. VIII Div.2 Part 5. as a means to compare the magnitude of plastic strain values against limits set out by the code.</li> <li>Handling these stress and strain results, together with the material class dependent constants can be a tedious task, and easily prone to human error.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Solution:</strong></p> <ul> <li>The Local Failure app can be used as an efficient post-processing tool to plot the local failure utilization ratio according to ASME.</li> <li>The material properties are found for the specified material class according to ASME.</li> <li>Furthermore, the ASME Local Failure app offers the possibility to specify forming strain.</li> </ul> <p><img alt="" src="/-/media/Ansys/corporate/actapps/asme-local-failure-img1.jpg?h=464&amp;w=750&amp;la=en&amp;hash=4187634B105A35E7A8EAD56CC3DCFFB67F56A066" style="height: 464px; width: 750px;" /></p> <p>The <strong><em>ASME Local Failure</em></strong> documentation can be downloaded from this link:</p> <p><a href="/-/media/Storefront/App_PDF/ASME+Local+FailureDocumentationV1801.pdf?la=en" target="_blank">ASME local Failure_Documentation_V180.1.pdf</a></p> <p><strong>How to buy (paid-up fee only): </strong>Not any longer available. Perpetual "paid-up" licenses will be discontinued and transitioned to annual lease licenses starting with ANSYS 19. </p> <p><strong>General commercial conditions: </strong>Starting with ANSYS 19, Apps will only be available and priced as annual leases.</p>
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ASME Local Failure v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Local failure calculation post-processing tool to plot the local failure utilization ratio according to section 5.3.3 in ASME VIII, Div. 2, with the possibility to specify forming strain and/or a loading sequence

$5,001

<h1>ASME Local Failure ACT-based Application for Mechanical</h1> <p><strong>Background:</strong></p> <ul> <li> <p style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;"><span>Local failure is a term used in ASME 2013 Sec. VIII Div.2 Part 5. as a means to compare the magnitude of plastic strain values against limits set out by the code.</span></p> </li> <li> <p style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;"><span style="font-weight: lighter;">Handling these stress and strain results, together with the material class dependent constants can be a tedious task, and easily prone to human error.</span></p> </li> </ul> <p><strong>Solution:</strong></p> <ul> <li> <p style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;">The Local Failure app can be used as an efficient post-processing tool to plot the local failure utilization ratio according to ASME.</p> </li> <li> <p style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;"><span style="font-weight: lighter;">The material properties are found for the specified material class according to ASME.</span></p> </li> <li> <p style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;"><span style="font-weight: lighter;">Furthermore, the ASME Local Failure app offers the possibility to specify forming strain</span></p> </li> </ul> <p><img alt="" src="/-/media/Ansys/corporate/actapps/asme-local-failure-img1.jpg?h=464&amp;w=750&amp;la=en&amp;hash=4187634B105A35E7A8EAD56CC3DCFFB67F56A066" style="height: 464px; width: 750px;" /></p> <p>The <strong><em>ASME Local Failure</em></strong> documentation can be downloaded from this link:</p> <p><a href="/-/media/Storefront/App_PDF/ASMELocalFailureDocumentationV1901.pdf?la=en">ASME local Failure_Documentation_V190.1.pdf</a></p> <p><strong><span>How to buy (1 year lease fee only):</span></strong><span> $500 USD (U.S. list price only &ndash; Prices in other countries may vary and be quoted in other currency.)</span></p> <p><strong>General commercial conditions:&nbsp;</strong><span style="text-align: justify; font-weight: lighter;">The app is licensed solely subject to the terms and conditions contained in the clickwrap agreement that you agreed to in order to access the page containing the apps for sale (the "License Terms").&nbsp; Notwithstanding the provisions of the License Terms to the contrary, for a Lease License, Licensee is entitled to Technical Enhancements that are made generally available during the applicable Lease License term.&nbsp;</span><span style="text-align: justify; font-weight: lighter;">Any Customer Support will be provided strictly via email.</span></p>
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ASME Local Failure v1
Supports ANSYS: 19.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Local failure calculation post-processing tool to plot the local failure utilization ratio according to section 5.3.3 in ASME VIII, Div. 2, with the possibility to specify forming strain and/or a loading sequence

$500

Perform local strain assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor
ASME-App
ASME Local Strain Assessment v2
Supports ANSYS: 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Perform local strain assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor

FREE

Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3
ASMEMatGen
ASME Material Generator v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0, 18.1
Target Application: Workflow
Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3

FREE

Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3
ASMEMatGen
ASME Material Generator v1
Supports ANSYS: 19.0
Target Application: Workflow
Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3

FREE

Automated post-processing of pipe stress, according to ASME B31.8 rules&nbsp;<span style="color: #ff0000; background-color: #ffffff;">[Contains source code]</span>
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ASME Pipe Check v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Automated post-processing of pipe stress, according to ASME B31.8 rules [Contains source code]

FREE

Automated post-processing of pipe stress, according to ASME B31.8 rules&nbsp;<span style="color: #ff0000; background-color: #ffffff;">[Contains source code]</span>
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ASME Pipe Check v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Automated post-processing of pipe stress, according to ASME B31.8 rules [Contains source code]

FREE

Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor.<br />
Target Application: Mechanical
Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor

FREE

Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor.<br />
Target Application: Mechanical
Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor

FREE

Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor.<br />
Target Application: Mechanical
Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor

FREE

Automate shape optimization process by Adjoint Solver (limited version for trial)
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Automatic Shape Optimization v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.2
Target Application: Fluent
Automate shape optimization process by Adjoint Solver (limited version for trial)

FREE

Automate shape optimization using adjoint solver
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Automatic Shape Optimization v2
Supports ANSYS: 19.0
Target Application: Fluent
Automate shape optimization using adjoint solver

FREE

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