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Class 2 - Introduction to Pre/Post Processing - HyperMesh and HyperView


Format:

  • 2 days
  • Instructor lead or seminar
  • Theory and hands-on exercises (using HyperWorks or LS-Dyna)

Content and Target Audience:

This course is targeted at those people who will be creating and reviewing finite element models using the HyperWorks environment. This course applies to a wide range of solvers and is only focussed on a solver-neutral pre/post-processing. By the end of the course the student should be able to create FE models in a range of topologies and be able to interpret and effectively present the results.


Prerequisites:

None


Topics:

  • Basic interaction with HyperMesh
    • User interface
    • Opening/saving files
    • Working with panels
    • Model organization
    • Display control

  • Shell meshing
    • Automeshing - meshing on surface geometry
    • Checking and editing mesh
    • Batch meshing

  • Preparing models for analysis
    • Creating boundary conditions
    • Formatting for solvers

  • Preparing geometry for meshing
    • Repairing surface topology
    • Midsurfaces
    • Defeaturing models
    • Refining surface topology

  • Creating hexa and penta mesh
    • Creating & editing solid geometry
    • Creating hex mesh with the solid map panel

  • Tetra meshing
    • Method 1 - standard tetramesh
    • Method 2 - volume tetramesh
    • Method 3 - quick tetramesh

  • Assemblies: welding and swapping parts
    • Spot connectors
    • Area conectors
    • Bolt connectors
    • Part replacement
  • Overview of FEA
    • Where it came from and where it's going

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