This version of nCode DesignLife requires preinstalled ANSYS 19.0 Win / Linux with a break from SSQ and uses licensing ANSYS 19.0 Win / Linux In this regard, the functionality of this version is lower than that of the analogous Standalone version of HBM nCode Year / Release Date: 2018 Version: 19.0 Developer: HBM-nCode Developer’s site: http://www.ncode.com/ Bit depth: Windows / Linux 64-bit Language: English Tabletka: Used a tablet preinstalled ANSYS 19.0 Win / Linux (by TeAM SolidSQUAD-SSQ) System requirements: Preinstalled ANSYS 19.0 Win / Linux with crowbar from SSQ Description: ANSYS nCode DesignLife product family ANSYS nCode DesignLife Standard – the main product for solving the problems of fatigue life. Includes evaluation methods depending on the level of stress (stress-life), deformations and the Dang Van method. Features of Standard DesignLife Analysis of fatigue life as a function of stress level (Stress Life) Analysis of the fatigue life of the structure in relation to the stress level. There is the possibility of interpolation between the curves of the properties of the material as a function of temperature. Python scripts can be used to create new or improve existing methods for estimating fatigue life. Preliminary solution of multi-cycle fatigue curves with control of rated voltages. Models of materials: Standard SN. SN Mean multi-curve. SN R-ratio multi-curve. SN Haigh multi-curve. SN Temperature multi-curve. Bastenaire SN. Typical SN models based on Python scripts. Analysis of fatigue life depending on the level of deformation (Strain Life) Possibility of prediction of fatigue life on the basis of analysis of local deformations in a structure. The possibility of interpolation between the curves of the properties of the material as a function of temperature. It is used for a wide range of tasks, including low-cycle fatigue with control of elastic-plastic deformations. Models of materials: Standard EN. EN Mean multi-curve. EN R-ratio multi-curve. EN Temperature multi-curve. Correction of medium stresses in a cycle: Morrow. Smith Watson Topper.