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The course introduces the procedure for non-linear solution and addresses how to perform the setup of a non-linear analysis, define non-linear solution options and review non-linear results.
It contemplates the procedure of modeling advanced contacts between two or more solids. Additionally, it includes plasticity, stabilization and diagnosis of non-convergence problems.
The content of the course assumes that the user has attended the Introduction to Structural Simulation course or is already familiar with the procedures for performing static linear analysis in Ansys Mechanical.
This course is only available in portuguese language.
Intensive training with ESSS specialists.
Our modern classrooms are equipped with all the necessary structure to carry out your training. It is not necessary to take your personal computer to the classroom. The electronic didactic material will be available for future consultations. During the breaks coffee break will be offered.
Industry professionals, students or academic professors interested in starting or improving their knowledge in simulation techniques for the creation and improvement of real projects in the most diverse areas of engineering.
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Previous knowledge in Finite Element Method.
After the full completion of the course, the student has access to an international certificate, proving the completion of the course with the total hours attended. The certificate is issued by the ESSS Institute, which is a world reference in the subject of Computer Simulation. ESSS guarantees the quality of the course through its experience and recognition as a reference in Computational Simulation. With more than 200 employees, it is undoubtedly the largest CAE company in Latin America, having in its portfolio more than 800 companies worldwide. The faculty is formed by ESSS doctors and masters and invited professors, with solid background in teaching, research and consulting.
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In this course, the students will have the opportunity to start their simulation learning in Finite Element Structural Analysis (FEA) with the use of Ansys [...]
Under the light of basic engineering concepts, and with the constant support of simulation based on the Finite Element Method (FEA), using the Ansys Mechanical tool, [...]