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WHAT IS THE SOLIDWORKS PLASTICS STANDARD CLASS?

This two-day training course will teach you the basic skills and background you need to get started running your own structural nonlinear studies. You’ll learn about the following topics:

  • The three types of Nonlinearity and how they affect your design
  • Three control methods and how you can use them to get to your results
  • Nonlinear analysis of assemblies

 

WHO IS THIS COURSE DESIGNED FOR?

Students who already have some basic SOLIDWORKS CAD and Simulation experience who are interested in running structural nonlinear studies should enroll.

 

WHY SHOULD I TAKE THE SOLIDWORKS PLASTICS STANDARD TRAINING COURSE FROM DASI SOLUTIONS?

You’ll be able to leverage years of experience and knowledge gathered from our certified SOLIDWORKS Simulation training team to get your structural nonlinear studies off on the right foot.

 

HOW MUCH DOES THIS COURSE COST?

Standard classroom training costs $1,495 per student.

 


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TRAINING CLASS AGENDA

 

1 Introduction to Nonlinear Studies

Types of Nonlinearities
Solving Nonlinear Problems
Small Displacement Analysis
Large Displacement Analysis
Finite Strain Analysis
Large Deflection Analysis
Elastic Models
Elasto-Plastic Models
Super Elastic Nitinol Model
Linear Visco-Elastic Model
Creep Model
Incremental Control Techniques
Iterative Mothods
Termination Criteria
Global Contact / Gap Conditions
Local Contact / Gap Conditions
Troubleshooting for Gap/Contact Problems

2 Large Displacement Analysis

Linear Static Analysis
Nonlinear Static Study
Linear State Study (Large Displacement)

3 Incremental Control Techniques

Linear Analysis
Nonlinear Analysis - Force Control
Nonlinear Analysis - Displacement
Control

 

 

 

4 Nonlinear Static Buckling Analysis

Linear Buckling
Linear Static Study
Nonlinear Symmetrical Buckling
Nonlinear Asymmetrical Buckling

5 Plastic Deformation

Linear Elastic
Nonlinear - von Mises
Nonlinear - Tresca's
Stress Accuracy
Elastic Material

6 Hardening Rules

Isotropic Hardening
Kinematic Hardening

7 Analysis of Elastomers

2 Constant Mooney-Rivline (2 Material Curve)
2 Constant Mooney-Rivline (3 Material Curve)
6 Constant Mooney-Rivline (3 Material Curve)

8 Nonlinear Contact Analysis

 

9 Metal Forming

Bending

Appendix A: True Engineering
Stress and Strain