Basic & Advanced Stress Analysis for CATIA Users
Tuesday 17th January 2017 | NCC, Bristol | Register Now
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Date: Tuesday 17th January 2017
Time: 09:00 – 16:30 (Refreshments & lunch provided)
Location: National Composites Centre (NCC), Bristol & Bath Science Park, Emersons Green, Bristol, BS16 7FS
Intrinsys is holding TRY CATIA for CAE workshops for attendees to experience CATIA V5 Analysis through real life use to understand its benefits.
CATIA V5 Analysis makes it possible to do analysis in the design environment, resulting in productivity gain and quality improvement of product design. The morning session covers the linear analysis functionalities in CATIA V5.
In reality, industrial products often experience large deformation and sometimes permanent deformation. Especially for plastics and rubber materials, nonlinearity is necessary to be taken into account in design. ATH (Thermal Analysing) and ANL (Nonlinear Analysis) are two products developed by using Abaqus technology but designated for design engineers. This will be the subject of the afternoon session.
Format of the workshop
The workshop is delivered in training format which includes presentations as well as hands on training at fully equipped workstations.
Who should attend?
The workshop is primarily for CATIA users who wish to learn more about CATIA Analysis capabilities; it is also suitable for designers who want to understand how to do FEA analysis using the CATIA environment.
FREE to attend*, due to the hands on training environment of the workshop places are limited and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
9:00 - 12:00 CATIA V5 Analysis
9:00 Analysis Products within CATIA V5 and Introduction to basic FEA concepts
9:30 Hands-on workshop
- Single component analysis
- Part replacement
- Assembly analysis with real bolts
11:00 CATIA Analysis of Composite Parts
11:30 Hands-on workshop
13:00 - 16:30 CATIA V5 ANL/ATH
13:00 CATIA V5 ANL/ATH Overview: Extended analysis for CATIA V5-Non-linear and Thermal
13:30 Hands on workshop nonlinear static analysis (nonlinear geometry & material)
14:30 Presentation and demonstrations of nonlinear workflows
16:00 Open forum
16:30 End of course
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*Registration is not open to students.