Creating FE Models Using Hypermesh

In this module, you will gain mastery over the tools to create FE model from the basic to advanced models.

This course includes covering the basics of FEM, getting started with Hypermesh, different exercises to gain you good experience in modelling.

Following are the topics which will be covered in this module (Not limited to):

• Introduction to FEA
• Introduction to Hypermesh
• Getting Started with Hypermesh
• Interacting with Hypermesh
• Geometry Preparation
• FE Modelling Overview
• Element Types
• Shell Meshing
• Model Organization – Materials and Properties
• Mesh Creating tools.
• Direct Mid Meshing
• Tetra Meshing
• Hex Meshing
• 1D
• Model Validation

By the end of this module, you will be able to create FE models for any kind of a cmponent or assembly with the desired quality specifications

Understanding FEM

In this module, you will learn about Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and why it is essential in engineering.

This module aims to provide you with a solid grasp of FEA concepts and its practical applications.

Furthermore, you will gain insight into how FEA can be employed to virtually address real-world engineering challenges.

Creating FE models

This module will help you become skilled at creating Finite Element (FE) models for different CAD models, whether they are simple or complex in shape.

In this module, you'll learn how to manage and prepare CAD models to create a Finite Element Model (FEM).

You'll also gain a thorough understanding of the various methods for building an FE model and learn editing techniques to ensure the FE model meets the required quality standards.

Creating Materials and Properties

Understanding the different material models is important for a Mechanical Engineer.

This module will provide you with the knowledge needed to master different materials, extract material data, and identify which material properties are essential for different types of analyses

Creating Connections

An assembly of a structure is made by joining the required components by screws, bolts, rivets, joints (revolute, cylindrical, spherical....), welds (spot welds, seam welds...) and adhesive glues.

If the assembly is not connected properly, the functionality of the assembly structure will give a different results with respect to the expected results.

This module will help you to mastery the assembly process using connections and the type of connections to be used at the relevant locations.