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NAFEMS Webinar Series

Accepted Practices in Practical Finite Element Analysis of Structures

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Overview 

What are accepted practices in application of finite elements?

NAFEMS conducts various symposia, seminars and webinars to spread the technical know-how to various users across the globe. This webinar is an effort in the direction to spread the balanced view between accepted and best practices in the application of finite element method for the solving practical problems. This webinar concentrates on some important issues not limited to element quality, element size, etc., as practiced at present in various industries across the globe.

This webinar will provide the audience with:

  1. Summary of  various points to be checked before starting the analysis
  2. Important features to be captured and ignored for satisfactory prediction of the behaviour of the structure
  3. Importance of checklists in a production finite element analysis
  4. Importance of Excel templates for organization of results
  5. Points to be practiced during reporting stage
  6. Points well known but ignored at important places

This webinar is directed at practitioners of airframe / automotive engineers involved in the massive meshing, analysis and post processing; especially their technical managers. All practicing finite element stress analysts use auto meshing/batch meshing programs in their daily activities. The accepted practices ensure the quality of the product without compromising on the delivery schedules. The knowledge of the behaviour of the product in a global sense under the given loading/boundary conditions must be used while interpreting the finite element results. A balanced approach between the best practices and accepted practices will ensure a reasonable product is delivered to clients.

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Agenda

Welcome & Introduction
Dr. Elangovan Kariappan, NAFEMS India

Accepted Practices in Practical Finite Element Analysis of Structures
Shri. S S Subramanya, InfoTech Enterprises, Ltd.

Q & A Session


    

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Details

Event Type: Webinar
Location: Online India
Date: March 30, 2010

Webinar Presenter

Subramanya Sastry Sringeri Srikanta, F.I.E

Subramanya Sastry has 24 years of experience in Aerospace domain in the areas of Composite/Metallic airframe design and development, manufacturing, assembly and testing processes in National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore in HANSA, LCA and SARAS aircraft programs – indigenized Civil and Military aircraft design and development programs. He was an external examiner for Visweswaraya Technological University for the supervision and valuation for B.E and M.E degree thesis. He was working in Wipro Technologies as a Principal Consultant in the Engineering Design Services division for major clients like Airbus, Boeing etc. He is presently working with InfoTech Enterprises Limited as a Lead Consultant. He has vast technical and project management experience in carrying out engineering tasks as per customer time schedules in design, analysis, testing and certification, business development in the global scenario, development of onsite/offshore business models, recruitment of technical personnel and other related activities. He conducts courses on aircraft analysis and design for the new recruits in the organization. He is involved in the review of technical reports and analysis of different projects within the organization. He has specialized in executing the pilot projects successfully to customer satisfaction which have yielded large amount of business for the organization. He is a fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India). He is honorary Chairman of NAFEMS India Composite Working Group to promote the safe and reliable use of Composites and to provide guidance and information for Composite users of all levels.