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Take your use of dynamic FEA to the next level.
This advanced course on dynamic FEA covers a broad range of solution types, beyond the usual natural frequency and dynamic response methods. This allows more physical phenomena to be investigated and simulated using dynamics in FEA.
Covering topics such as random vibration, shock and response spectra, nonlinear dynamic response, explicit dynamic analysis and complex eigenvalue analysis, attendees will come away with an understanding of the theory behind advanced dynamic analysis techniques, a practical understanding of advanced applications, hints and tips for setting up advanced dynamic analyses, a roadmap for understanding the results, and, perhaps most importantly, an appreciation of the limitations of simulation methods.
Designers and engineers who have some familiarity with dynamic analysis.
Get in touch to discuss your next steps with our experienced training team. We can work closely with you to understand your specific requirements, cater for your specific industry sector or analysis type, and produce a truly personalised training solution for your organisation.
All NAFEMS training courses are entirely code independent, meaning they are suitable for users of any software package.
Courses are available to both members and non-members of NAFEMS, although member organisations will enjoy a significant discount on all fees.
NAFEMS course tutors enjoy a world-class reputation in the engineering analysis community, and with decades of experience between them, will deliver tangible benefits to you, your analysis team, and your wider organisation.
|Discuss the variables in an Impact Analysis.
|Discuss the term non-proportional damping.
|Explain the terms Implicit Solution and Explicit Solution for the time integration of the equations of motion and the appropriate associated problem classes of dynamic analyses.
|Discuss possible sources of nonlinearity in a dynamic problem.
|Explain the term Power Spectral Density.
|Discuss various approaches to Seismic Analysis and highlight relevant philosophy and analysis considerations.
|Explain the term response spectra.
|Employ an analysis system for the determination of response in a range of linear and nonlinear systems, to random vibration.
|Employ an analysis system for the simulation of impact.
|Employ an analysis system for the determination of transient response in a range of linear and nonlinear systems.
|Employ an analysis system for the determination of seismic response in a range of linear and nonlinear systems.
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