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HANDS-ON TEST DRIVE SERIES: YOUR FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA) WORKFLOW APP...
Fri 9 December 2016, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Singapore Standard Time Singapore Time
HANDS-ON TEST DRIVE SERIES: YOUR FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA) WORKFLOW APPROACH WITH SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION
Are you involved in product design, prototyping, research and development? Are you interested in the principle of energy conservation? Have you ever wonder how does load and forces exerted affect your design? Finite Elements Analysis (FEA) is the method that will clear all your doubt!
This session aims to provide an understanding on Finite Element Analysis and how does its method being deployed in engineering challenges. You will have the opportunity to experience an actual case study with SOLIDWORKS Simulation Finite Element approach.
We will go through the process of describing the problem, addressing the common engineering challenges and validates our design using Finite Element Approach. Hands-on Test Drive on different case scenario with Simulation study to have a better insight of the capability of SOLIDWORKS Simulation will be carried out as well. Discussion will be held to optimize and improve our design for quality assurance and cost effectiveness.
- Understanding the fundamental of Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
- Introduction to productivity feature offer by SOLIDWORKS simulation in FEA
- Application of FEA in connectors such as Bolts, Nuts and pin.
- Contact Force Calculation in gears
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Marketing at 6747 0502
1:30pm : Registration
2:00pm : Getting to know ATE
2:10pm : Overview and Terminologies
2:30pm : Hands-On Test Drive (1st Part)
3:15pm : Refreshment
3:30pm : Hands-On Test Drive (2nd Part)
4:30pm : Q&A
: Information Drive (Social Media, Product launch and other information)
5:00pm : End of Session
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Engineering Analysts, Product Engineers, Simulation Engineers, Middle Management and other Engineers who wants to learn about SOLIDWORKS Simulation and how ATE will value add in meeting engineering challenges.