Basic FEMAP & NEINastran Advanced Dyanmic Analysis Training Class - Jan 14 - 18th, 2008

Basic FEMAP and
NEiNastran Advanced
Dynamic Analysis
Training Class

Jan 14th - 18th 

Basic FEMAP
This is the perfect class for newcomers to finite element analysis. A very practical approach is taken from the outset.

Students will be shown demonstrations of how to set up, analyze and investigate typical structures. Intensive workshop periods then follow to put this new knowledge into practice. The important features of the FEMAP GUI are introduced in a logical and informative manner. Emphasis during the class is on the construction of proper analysis for both single part and assembly models. Additional troubleshooting techniques are discussed, as well as the various types of common error messages generated by FEMAP.

Objective
The objective of this class is to give a solid grounding in FEA basics and good practice to enable the student to carry out real world analysis.

Content
• Introduction to basic part and assembly modeling
• Linear static and normal modes analysis
• 1D, 2D and 3D element modeling
• Importing geometry and geometry repair
• Meshing, mesh repair and hand meshing

Date: Jan 14th - 15th
Location: Westminster, CA
Length: 2 Days
Course Price: $800 (registration with pre-payment by Fri Dec 21st, 2007)
or $1000 (standard registration)

 

 

 

Advanced Dynamic Analysis
This class is presented in an informal way with the emphasis towards maximizing the hands on experience for the student. Many sample model set up, analysis and results processing examples are presented live by the tutor for the class to learn, discuss and investigate. In addition, examples are provided for the students to practice and gain confidence in the methods. These are increasingly challenging as the class proceeds. Many students work with the tutor to create sample analyses that are relevant to their particular industry segment or working practice. This is highly encouraged, as is bringing example problems to class.

Objective
The objective of this class is to provide the student with the skills to carry out real-world dynamic analyses, such as gust/wind loading, sinusoidal/random vibration, shock loading, etc. in a time domain or frequency domain.

Content
• Differences between static and dynamic analysis
• Types of dynamic analyses:

Normal Modes
Transient Response
Frequency Response
Random Response
Shock and Response Spectrum
• NEiNastran dynamic analysis setup
• Different types of damping
• Enforced Motion setup – enforced displacement, velocity, and acceleration
• Vibration Fatigue using Steinberg’s 3 Banded Method
• Modal and Direct Formulations for dynamics
• Using Normal Modes analysis as the Backbone of all Dynamic Analyses
• Discussion of Modal Effective Mass and Modal Participation Factors

Materials
Students will be provided with a hardcopy of the class notes .

Date: Jan 16th - 18th
Location: Westminster, CA
Length: 3 Days
Course Price: $1200 (registration with pre-payment by Fri Dec 21st, 2007)
or $1500 (standard registration)

 

 

Class size is limited to enhance training
so call (714) 899-1220 ext 212 or email Email Contact
to reserve your seat now!


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Noran Engineering, Inc.

5555 Garden Grove Blvd., Ste 300
Westminster , CA 92683, USA
Phone: (714) 899 - 1220
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www.NEiNastran.com



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