Rubber Membrane



Rubber Membrane


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(Jan, 2020) A new tolerance assembly analysis technology is implemented in 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, rather than rely on CAD kernel's Boolean operation that requires precision matching.  In some cases, there are also intended gap between parts for welding, thermal expansion or shrinkage control, and the new Discrete Union meshing can glue them properly for needed assembly analysis.  The technology has been released in all AMPS 2020 products. 

(Nov, 2019) We are pleased to announce Multi-Physics for IronCAD (MPIC) 2020 has been released with several key technologies designed specifically for CAD design analysis.  We focus on helping CAD designers to adopt design analysis earlier in the digital prototyping cycle with accurate, realistic and quick analysis.

(Dec 20, 2019) AMPS 10.0 has been released with new Designer series product line and many new features.  AMPS XMD is now upgraded to version 2.0. All XMD embedded models can be shared by AMPS and CAE products with AMPS OEM engine.

(Oct 1, 2018)  We are pleased to announce that the AMPS lock-free multithread formulations has been further refined to take advantage of all single/multiple CPU cores of the latest Intel i7/i9 processors, Core X-series processors, Xeon Scalable processors and the new AMD Ryzen processors. It takes full advantage of the lower latency local cache and smarter prefetch with fast thread pooling and lock-free thread synchronization technology for maximum computing throughput.