Job Targeted training :- Meshing Engineering
Course Structure Description
• Finite Element modelling and analysis has been a prime importance in the product development process and preferred career path for outstanding students.
• Industry need Freshers with passion and initial expertise in this field to groom them further.
• Meshing and model building is the first step for those who want to stand out as a FE engineer.
• This can be learned in all stages of an engineering career.
• Students of engineering discipline like Mechanical, Automotive, Production & Industrial
• 3rd year onwards can qualify to take this course.
1. Introduction to FEA
• Revision to Engineering: SOM, Applied Mechanics, FEM, etc.
• Intro to Analytical methods used in the industry
• Material Specs, Selection, Database search, etc.
2. HyperWorks - HyperMesh/ANSA
• Introduction to HM, User interface, Import geometry, clean up, mid-surface, etc
• 1D Meshing, Rigids, Bar, beam elements, etc.
• Shell Meshing, surface topology, manual and auto meshing, checking and editing mesh, batch meshing
• 3D meshing, Tetra, Hexa, Penta meshing, solid map panel
• Debug run, Simple linear static analysis in RADIOSS
3. Model Preparation, Quality Standards
• Basic interface of Lsdyna, NASTRAN with HM
• Subsystem level modelling, connections, etc
• Defining model data, defining BC and Loads
• Defining control cards, specify output
• Model importing and Debugging
4. Post Processing in HyperView, HyperCrash, MotionView
• Animating results, Visualization for counter, deformed, ISO surface, tensor and vector plots; Result manipulation, tracing, tracking, query, etc
• Translating and presenting results
5. Soft skills, Employability enhancement
• Communication skills, Time Mgt, Project Mgt, Quality Standards, MS office, Interview Skills, etc.