User Companion for Extended Structural Analysis
User Companion for Extended Structural Analysis describes tools, based on finite elements method, for advanced structural analysis. It covers three main areas; analysis of an assembly, dynamic analysis, and expert analysis provided with the Elfini solver.
After an introduction to the Generative Assembly Structural Analysis workbench, the companion explains in a first lesson the different types of connection technologies that can be defined between parts in an assembly. The companion guides the user's choice in view of the targeted mechanical behavior.
A second lesson covers the advanced tools provided by Elfini Structural Analysis such as post-processing and analysis data management.
A third lesson details a dynamic response solved with Elfini.
At the end of each lesson, the user can practice on two different recap exercises to assess that understanding of the method.
User Companion for Structural Analysis
User Companion for Analysis (SAS) provides many learning resources, or skillets, adapted to the products of this configuration in addition to pre-packaged courses.
User Companion for Hybrid Design
User Companion for Hybrid Design (HDS) is ideally suited for the owners of the Hybrid Design 2 (HD2) Configuration. Besides many skillets and job aids adapted to the products of this configuration, the User Companion for Hybrid Design provides several sets of prepackaged and update courses.
User Companion for Mechanical Design
User Companion for Mechanical Design (MDS) is ideally suited for the owners of the Mechanical Design Configuration. Beside many skillets and job aids adapted to the products of this configuration, the User Companion for Mechanical Design provides several sets of prepackaged and update courses.
User Companion for Sheetmetal
User Companion for Sheetmetal teaches you how to use the sheetmetal workbench. It is structured through a recommended process and leverages right automatisms in sheetmetal part creation. Illustrated with a master exercise, the process starts from wall and bend design, covers the cutouts and modification, analyses sheetmetal consistency, and finishes with standard output generation such as drawings and dxf files.
Through methodology skillets providing recommendations in sheetmtetal design, the user gets advice from experts on how to best use the different tools of the workbench.
All concepts are highly illustrated with at least two exercises per lesson which means about 30 minutes.of practice time.
This User Companion for Sheetmetal completes User Companion for Mechanical Design with Sheetmetal Design. It is very well suited for entry PLM users.