Introduction to Structural Simulation
For engineering who wish to start or improve the knowledge in Computational Simulation, the ESSS Institute has developed a complete course that links the Finite Element Method theory to practice with applications in the CAE ANSYS Mechanical tool.
The aim of the course is to provide the understanding of numerical modeling and solution so that the professional is able to perform structural analysis and interpret the results through a critical approach.
The course is structured in three modules: Introduction to the Finite Element Method (FEM), Preparation of geometries with ANSYS SpaceClaim and Structural Simulation using ANSYS Mechanical software.
Intensive training with ESSS specialists.
Master in Electrical Engineering from Mackenzie Presbyterian University. Currently works as a Post-Graduate Coordinator for FEA at ESSS.
Waldyr Cardoso de Castro Leão Neto, Eng.
No prerequisites are required in this training
The student will have access to the certificate of participation issued by the ESSS Institute, with international recognition and validity.
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