Learn to Simulate, Enhance your Product Value with our Expertise Training

Training is an important component of success for any engineer doing the analysis. We offer many different expert training classes in FEA , CFD & Engineering Tools to maximize your skills for product development and optimization. Our technical team has developed a series of the training session to help you maximize your engineering design simulation skills

BY ATTENDING OUR ADVANCED SIMULATION TRAINING PROGRAM YOU SHALL BE

  • Able to Validate your product functioning before its delivered to customers.
  • Getting the error out of your design and development process, so that they will not hamper your success.
  • Able to have significant reduction in time and cost
  • Improving your product quality by two-fold, get accepted in market and gain respect.
  • Checking product compliance with standards for safety and design criteria, gain confidence with authority.
  • Having possibility to evaluate number product design prior to manufacturing prototypes
  • Able to carry out tremendous changes in design
  • Production- ready in weeks rather than months thus saving that time for another great product.

Modern FEA programs simulate static, dynamic, linear, nonlinear, thermal, modal, and random vibrations, and more. FEA solves many different problems out of which structural and thermal problems are most common for mechanical engineers. But in today’s scenario there are very limited resources who can teach us to apply these tools for solving daily engineering problems faced during design process. 

Shirsh have recognized the gap between theoretical knowledge to practical application that design engineers are facing in day-to-day challenges, thus we have made unique training program where designers will not only learn practical application of theory but also gain industrial exposure for using this numerical method to solve toughest engineering problems.

Engineering Design Simulation Training using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) & Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) with live industrial examples.

A COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING COURSE ON ENGINEERING SIMULATION FOR ANYONE INTERESTED IN UTILIZING ANSYS FOR PRODUCT DESIGN, OPTIMIZATION & ITS VALIDATION

In this training, you shall learn various techniques and tools such as:-

  • Engineering designing processes and challenges,
  • Optimizing the design using FEA & CFD,
  • Failure Analysis,
  • Studying Parametric change effects,
  • Product Compliance to different standards,
  • Effects of vibrations, fatigue, heat on the product and much more.

Module 1: Engineering Design Simulation : Approach and Examples

  • Introduction to Engineering Design Simulation
  • Types of Computer Aided Engineering Tools
  • Finite Element Analysis Methodology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Methodology
  • Meshless & MeshFree Techniques for Engineering Simulation
  • Example 1: RCAR Low-speed impact analysis (Dynamic Analysis)
  • Example 2: Brake Disc Conning Analysis (Thermal Stress)
  • Example 3: Air Flow & Temperature Monitoring of Data Center (CFD)
  • Example 4: Solar Panel Mounting Structure – Design Validation & Verification (CFD & FEA)
  • Example 5: Heat Exchanger Evaluation as per ASME ( Thermal Stress)

Module 2: Geometry, Meshing & Post-Processing Techniques

  • Types of Elements and Geometry Simplification
  • Meshing Parameters and its Effect on Results
  • Result Validation using Error Plots & Convergence Study
  • Post-Processing Techniques for Result Evaluation
  • Experimental Validation and Data Acquisition
  • 1D, 2D & 3D Meshing – When to use it
  • Special Element and its Techniques
  • Meshing in Critical Areas
  • How to Decide Element Type
  • How Not to Mesh ?

Module 3: Static Response Analysis

  • Types of Analyses
  • Basic of Statics and Strength of Materials
  • Material Properties & its Classifications
  • Boundary Conditions, Symmetry and Co-ordinate Systems
  • Assembly Analysis (CONTACT- Weld, Bolt & Shrink fit)
  • Non-Linear Analysis
  • Issues Related to Convergence of Non-Linear Analysis
  • Linear Buckling Analysis (Eigen Value Analysis)

Module 4: DYNAMIC Response Analysis

  • Why Dynamic Analysis
  • Dynamic Vs Static Analysis
  • Difference between Time Domain & Frequency Domain
  • Free Vibration (MODAL)- How to Avoid Resonance
  • Damping Consideration
  • Forced Vibration – Frequency Response Analysis
  • Forced Vibration – Transient Response Analysis
  • Response Spectrum Analysis

Module 5: Heat Transfer and Thermal Stress Analysis

  • Steady State Heat Transfer Analysis
  • Transient State Heat Transfer Analysis
  • Thermal Stress Analysis
  • Radiative Heat Transfer
  • Introduction to CFD
  • Heat Transfer Analysis using CFD

Module 6: Flow Simulation - CFD analysis

  • Basics of Flow Simulation and its Theory
  • Laminar and Turbulent Flow
  • Heat Exchanger Flow and thermal
  • External Aerodynamic Analysis

Module 7: Industrial Project

  • Problem Description
  • Project Overview and Deliverables
  • Design Standards Introduction
  • Live Project

REGISTER NOW FOR THE ENGINEERING DESIGN SIMULATION (EDS) TRAINING PROGRAM

Duration: 240 hrs | Industrial Project Duration : 2-3 weeks

INDUSTRIAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM (ISDP) FOR FRESH ENGINEERS

Complete CAD & CAE training based on domain based engineering

Small and Mid-Scaled Industry are having the requirement of engineers but are unwilling to take fresh engineers for the design department. Engineers are offered a position in Marketing, Quality, Services and sometimes in Production, but 70% management of these companies rarely hire fresh engineers for design and development profile. The only reason for this is 90% of Engineers who are out of college are not able to understand the problem itself, the manufacturing process, ways to address the problem and Solution finding techniques.

Understanding this gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application, we have devised a certificate training program in collaboration with industry professionals. The only way to make this possible is by examples solving of live problems and case studies. That we call as “REAL WORLD” engineering. 

Our focus is to make fresh engineers aware of industrial processes by actually making them work on live problems with assured placement for students successfully completing the 6 months training program.