Information Day: Structural Mechanics - FEA, CFD and Explicit Dynamics

Information Day: Structural Mechanics

The presentations and discussions will be conducted by our partner CADFEM Germany, the FEM Competence Centre for Germany, Switzerland, Austria.
Derek Sweeney, MD of CADFEM Ireland, along with the CADFEM Ireland Team and representatives from ANSYS, will be in attendance to discuss your applications and requirements with you.

You will learn about the use of ANSYS across the entire scope of structural mechanical applications.

If you would like to attend, please book your place now (go to the Next Courses page in the Training Section and tick Register).

Alternatively, please email Barbara at blei@cadfemireland.com.

Attendance is free of charge, but places are limited so please register early.

Upcoming Dates

Previous Material

Sample Agenda

Reception and introduction of CADFEM Ireland and CADFEM Germany

Workflow management and Tools
– The simulations process in Mechanics
– Systematic understanding and optimisation of component behaviour
using optiSLang
– Simulation process
– Parametric integration into the development process
– Understanding and optimizing the behaviour of a model with optiSLang
– Pre- and post-processing

Theory
– Basics of the Finite Elements Method
– Nonlinearities
– Implicit and explicit solution strategies

Material
– Material models for metal, plastics and rubber
– Fatigue strength
– Composites

Statics
– Assemblies
– Bolts, seals and welded joints
– Stability examination
– Metal forming

Dynamic
– Modal analysis
– Random vibration
– Transient dynamics
– Acoustic simulation

Link to other domains
– Temperature distribution and thermal strain
– Electromagnetic including static and dynamic loads
– Simulation in the development of complete systems

Conclusions – questions and discussion

Please contact us if you have questions on the program and content.

We hope to have the pleasure to welcome you on 22nd May !

Please download the Invitation Flyer

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