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FKM Nonlinear (English)

FKM Nonlinear Training Course

Forschungskuratorium Maschinenbau
/ Research Committee Mechanical Engineering

20 - 21 November 2024, online

Language: English


This seminar covers the new ”FKM-Guideline Nonlinear” for static and cyclic loading. Besides the detailed assessment procedures, background on the individual topics will be given for better understanding about the procedures. This seminar aims on newcomers in that field as well as experts interested in the concept of the guideline.

C​ourse Contents

Strength for monotonic loading – static strength

  • Evaluation Concept
  • Finite Element Analysis: FE-modeling and material
  • Safety factors
  • Assessment of static strength
  • Example

Cyclic strength

  • Overview and background information
  • Load history and cycle counting
  • Cyclic material behavior
    - ultimate strength
    - s-e and e-N curves
    - Parameter estimation
  • Damage parameter PRAM
  • Damage parameter PRAJ
  • Notch stress/strain approximation (Neuber and Seeger/Beste)
  • Proof concept using PRAM
  • Proof concept using PRAJ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


C​ourse Agenda

Day 1

9:00-10:30

  • Introductory remarks
    Strength for monotonic loading – static strength I
    Evaluation Concept
    Finite Element Analysis: FE-modeling and material

11:00-12:30

  • Strength for monotonic loading – static strength II
    Safety factors
    Assessment of static strength
    Example

13:30-15:00

  • Cyclic strength I
    Overview and background information
    Load history and cycle counting

15:30-17.30

  • Cyclic strength II
    Cyclic material behavior
    - ultimate strength
    - s-e and e-N curves and parameters
    - Parameter estimation

Day 2

9:00-10:30

  • Cyclic strength III
    Damage parameter PSWT+Bergmann (PRAM)
    Damage parameter PJ (PRAJ)

11:00-12:30

  • Cyclic strength IV
    Notch stress/strain approximation (Neuber and Seeger/Beste)
    Proof concept using PRAM

13:30-15:00

  • Cyclic strength V
    Proof concept using PRAM cont.

15:30-17.30

  • Cyclic strength VI
    Proof concept using PRAJ

 

Details

Event Type Training Course
Member Price £1031.35 | $1282.32 | €1200.00
Non-member Price £1332.15 | $1656.33 | €1550.00

Dates

Start Date End Date Location
20 Nov 202421 Nov 2024Online, Online

T​rainer

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klemens Rother
University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany

Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering / Doctoral thesis in analytical fatigue assessment of multiaxial, non-proportional stress states

Prof. Rother has over 20 years of industrial experience in responsible positions: design and qualification in transportation systems, pressure vessel design, consulting in computational engineering, software development and development and implementation of knowledge based systems.

M​ore information:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klemens Rother (mwn.de)
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9643-4967


Organisation

Duration
Day 1: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Day 2: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Login phase from 8:30 am.
Time zone: CET (Central European Time), UTC+1 (Berlin)

Language
English

Course Fee
Non NAFEMS members: 1.550 Euro / person*
NAFEMS member: 1.200 Euro / person*
Included in the fees are digital course notes in English language and a certificate.
* plus VAT if applicable.

NAFEMS membership fees (company)
A standard NAFEMS site membership costs 1,365 euros per year, an academic site and entry membership costs 855 euros per year.

Cancellation Policy
Up to 6 weeks before course starts: free of charge;
up to one week before: 75 %;
later and no show: 100 %.

Course cancellation
If not enough participants we keep the right to cancel the course one week before. The course can be canceled also in case of disease of the speakers or force majeure. In these cases the course fees will be returned.

Organisation / Contact
NAFEMS
e-mail: roger.oswald@nafems.org

Accreditation Policy

The course is agreed and under control of NAFEMS Education and Training Working Group (ETWG).