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Unparallelled Weld Fatigue Accuracy Patented methodology provides dependable quality improvements.;

Weld Analysis Software: Battelle Verity®

If your job includes predicting the fatigue life of welded structures, there’s a tool you should know about – a finite-element (FE) analysis tool that provides you new levels of accuracy and reliability across even the most complex welded joints. 


Battelle Verity® analyzes and predicts the fatigue life of welded structures and addresses known problems encountered in conventional FE analysis procedures for welded joints or geometric discontinuities within structures.

The postprocessor software uses a patented structural stress methodology. It takes an entirely mesh-size-insensitive approach to weld-fatigue analysis, offering significant benefits to users across applications and industries.
Our patented weld-fatigue methodology provides dependable, quality improvements.
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Verity improves performance by: 
  • Optimizing material performance and engineering designs
  • Reducing the tendency to over-design to account for uncertainty which can result in lighter structures
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Verity’s mesh-insensitivity translates into accuracy regardless of the computerized model’s detail. That means consistently reliable prediction of welded-structure fatigue life – and, as a result, routine achievement of compromise-free quality improvements. 

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Verity’s advantages include:

  • Elimination of the variability associated with mesh-sensitive analysis
  • Reduced failures and warranty claims
  • Easy, efficient and automated operation that’s compatible with existing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software
Verity can have a substantial impact on an organization’s bottom line, as demonstrated daily by users in a variety of fields, through:

  • Optimizing material usage
  • Reducing Computer-Assisted Engineering (CAE) and FEA modeling time
  • Lowering development costs by minimizing fatigue-testing requirements
  • Lowering compliance costs by inspecting components against fatigue criteria


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