ASME PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE
“Non-Linear FEA for Failure Analysis and Drop Test Analysis”
ATTEND IN-PERSON OR WEBINAR
INVITED SPEAKER: Jiandong YU,
DS Center for Simulation Excellence, Fremont, CA
Saturday, October 19, 2013
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM PDT
In-Person: 3350 Scott Blvd. Bldg #44, Santa Clara, CA 95054
ASME or Engineering Society Member: $89 per person,
Non-Member: $179 per person
Student, Unemployed or Retired Member: $45 per person
Free Abaqus Student Version Software (Restrictions apply)*
Earn up to 5.5 Professional Development Hours**
All in-person attendees will receive a light lunch. Breaks with snacks and drinks will be part of the seminar experience.
This seminar will outline procedures on how to perform basic non-linear Finite Element Analyses (FEA), implicit modeling and analysis, explicit modeling and analysis and its application to solve real world problems. There will be specific examples taken from aerospace, automotive, energy, life sciences and hi-tech industries. Two real world problems will be demonstrated a) fracture analysis and b) drop test analysis.
Attendees will receive instructions to download free Abaqus student version software at the end of the seminar on 10/19 (restrictions apply)*. Attendees will not need either the software installed on their system or experience with Abaqus to attend the 10/19 seminar. Software can be downloaded after the seminar to practice the workshop problems demonstrated during the course.
YOU WILL LEARN
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineering Professionals, Design Engineers, CAD Users, Manufacturing Engineers, Quality Engineers, Inspection & Assembly professionals, Machinists, Technical Managers, Project Managers, Technical Professionals, and Unemployed Engineers.
CONTACT REGISTRAR: David Waltzman (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Contact registrar for mail-in registration option
Registration closes on Thursday October 17, 2013, 5:00 PM PDT
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE (All times PDT)
09:00AM – 09:10AM Speaker introduction
09:10AM – 10:30AM Lecture 1: FEA for the real world;
10:30AM – 10:45AM Morning Break
10:45AM – 12:00AM Lecture 2: Basics of Nonlinear FEA;
12:00PM – 01:00PM Lunch
01:00PM – 2:00PM Lecture 3: Basics and Modeling of Implicit Problems;
02:00PM – 02:15PM Afternoon Break
02:15PM – 03:15PM Lecture 4: Basics and Modeling of Explicit Problems;
03:15PM – 03:45PM Demos
03:45PM – 04:00PM Closing
DS Center for Simulation Excellence, SIMULIA West, Fremont, CAwww.3ds.com
Jiandong Yu is a technical specialist at SIMULIA West, the west coast branch office of Dassault Systèmes Simulia Corp. He is a member of the engineering and service team which provides high level of technical support, training, mentoring and consulting services to Abaqus users across several industries – aerospace, defense, electronics, biomedical, life sciences, automotive, energy, consumer goods, heavy machinery, manufacturing and consulting.
Before joining the SIMULIA Team in 2011, Jiandong worked for Toyota Technical Center, where he did in depth research on glass fiber reinforced composites. Jiandong has a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stony Brook University; he also holds a Master’s Degree in Hydrodynamics and Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering.
*Proof of citizenship is required. Citizens of some countries may not qualify to receive software. You must comply with U.S. Export law restrictions. No other support for the software is offered.
**Each engineer must determine whether this seminar meets the Board's requirements.Professional development hours (PDH) will be awarded if requested during registration.5.5 PDH will be awarded for attending the entire seminar/webinar on Saturday, October 19 2013. You must attend these events at the scheduled times; no replays of the event will be available.
Thank you to all the sponsors of the ASME Silicon Valley Section
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