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Heat Transfer & Thermal Stress Analysis using CATIA

September 24, 2015

Upcoming Webinar | Tuesday 27th October 2015 | 10:00am (BST) | Register Now

CATIA thermal analysis enables the temperature distribution in a part or an assembly to be determined, allowing designers to understand the thermal behaviour of their designs. The calculated temperature distribution can be used to perform a thermal stress analysis in Nonlinear Analysis (ANL) to study the effect of thermal-induced stresses and potential fatigue problems that they may cause. The steady-state capability allows the long-term temperature distribution to be determined. ATH also has the ability to analyse the transient thermal response. The webinar will cover: 

  • Overview of CATIA Heat Transfer Analysis functionality 
  • The advantages of CATIA Analysis 
  • Demonstration of a working example 
  • Question & Answer session 

This webinar is ideally suited towards Stress Engineers and Designers.

About the Presenter: Kedar Upadhye, PLM Consultant at Intrinsys

Kedar has over a decade of engineering experience to back up his BEng. and MSc. in Mechanical Engineering Design. His design and analysis capabilities are supported by a number of years working in project planning and management roles on multimillion dollar programmes within an international context. Kedar is a certified CATIA trainer, wth experience delivering standard and customised training to companies such as BAE Systems, Jaguar Land Rover, GKN, and Honda. When not training clients he provided customer application support on CATIA (V5 and V6), SIMULIA Abaqus and Isight. He also developed an in-depth knowledge of the CATIA Composites workbench and the FEA component of CATIA. Kedar has continued to develop his software skills, related to Dassault Systemes' latest 3DEXPERIENCE Platform software, and works closely with clients within training, support and as part of the software and process implementation team.