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MASTA 8.3 Contents and Summary

The 8.3 release of MASTA contains all of the capabilities from previous releases, various additional features and some enhancements to previously included features. Areas where you will find new or revised functionality include the following:

Database Items Reports

Reports now show a summary of database items in use by a design and the parts using them.

Power Convergence Tolerance Design Setting

The tolerance for power convergence used in System Deflection can now be set for all load cases on the design.

Save and Load Design Space Search Strategies

Macro and micro geometry design space search strategies can now be shared amongst designs and gears sets.

Save Reports in Text Format

Reports can now be saved as .txt.

Save Active Report in Text Format During Parametric Study Tool and RUNNA Runs

The active report for components can now be saved as .txt from Parametric Study Tool and RUNNA runs.

Limit the ISO 6336 Cylindrical Gear Rating Dynamic Factor

This new option allows limiting the Dynamic Factor to be less than or equal to 2, when the mesh is not operating within its main resonance range.

Replace Rolling Rings with Imported FE Components

Rolling rings can now be replaced by an FE component to take into account deformation of the ring.

Database Item Name Conflict Reporting

If the names of database items in a design are changed when a design is loaded due to existing items in the database, the design status will report the changes.

Batch Run Imported FE Condensation

Imported FE condensation can now be setup and run for multiple FE at once.

Permissible Track Truncation

New property to specify the permissible amount of track truncation for ball bearings, which is used in conjunction with a new safety factor for track truncation.

Roller Bearing Conical Profile

New type of profile for roller bearing elements and races that is defined by an angle or maximum deviation at the end of the component.