Fatigue Analysis using the Finite Element Method

Presential
24 Hours
Intensive
Structural Analysis

Studies indicate that this phenomenon is responsible for 90% of the service failures related to mechanical causes and are particularly affected because they occur without any previous notice and without the existence of macroscopic deformations in the structure.

Knowing this need, the ESSS elaborated the present course on fatigue and modeling of the phenomenon, with emphasis on the use of numerical simulation tools (CAE) as an important starting point for the correct determination of the fatigue life of mechanical components.

This course is only available in portuguese language.

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