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NX Advanced Simulation Process

Training Duration: 3 Days

Who Should Attend:

Design engineers, Finite Element Analysts

Course Objective:​

Advanced Simulation Processes introduces the finite element modeling and analysis tool integrated in NX. It is intended for design engineers and analysts who want to learn the details of how to do finite element analysis on NX models. The course covers the details of the FEA processes from model preparation, mesh generation and manipulation, material definition, loads and boundary conditions, FEA model checking and solving, to post-processing the results.

Prerequisite:

- Participant needs to have a basic understanding of finite element analysis principles and a working knowledge of NX modeling 

NX Advanced Simulation Solutions

Training Duration: 2 Days

Who Should Attend:

Design engineers, Finite Element Analysts

Course Objective:​

Advanced Simulation Solutions covers applications of various analysis types, contact analysis, and optimization.

Prerequisite:

- Participant needs to have a basic understanding of finite element analysis principles and a working knowledge of NX modeling 

NX Response Simulation

Training Duration: 3 Days

Who Should Attend:

Designers and Engineers who need to characterize dynamic responses including transient, sinusoidal, random, and shock spectrum 

Course Objective:​

Offers training in the use of Response Simulation for analysis of mechanical components subjected to dynamic loads. In addition the course covers the general theory and methods behind the software and the consideration important to accurate results such as modal sufficiency. The course also provides opportunities for hands-on practice with NX Response Simulation software. A variety of examples will be used to demonstrate typical approaches for problems with transient, sinusoidal, shock and random excitations.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

NX Nastran Introduction to Finite Element Analysis with NX

Training Duration: 3 Days

Who Should Attend:

Designers, engineers and finite element analysts who would like to understand how to perform linear static analysis using NX Nastran.

Course Objective:​

Designed to teach NX Nastran independent of pre- and post- processors. However, additional material is available for

demonstration of use with NX. It is intended for analysts who want to learn the details of how to

perform static structural analysis using NX Nastran. The course covers the details of the structural analysis processes to define loads and boundary conditions, FEA model checking and solving, and interpreting the results.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

NX Nastran Superelement Analysis

Training Duration: 2 Days

Who Should Attend:

Finite element analysts who need to analyze large system level models composed of multiple components or

who work within a team of analysts each responsible for a set of components.

Course Objective:​

Allow the analyst to solve larger and more complex finite element models with limited computer resources. NX

Nastran offers three types of superelements, and these can all be used with most NX Nastran analysis sequences. The different types of superelements each have their advantages and disadvantages, depending on the particular needs of a program. The student will learn to use all three types of superelements through the presentation of lecture materials and the completion of

example problems. The class is focused on NX Nastran and most of the material applies independently of pre- or postprocessor.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

NX Flow Simulation

Training Duration: 2 Days

Who Should Attend:

Design engineers and analysts who use NX to model fluid flow

Course Objective:​

Introduces product simulation and analysis in NX for 3D fluid flow applications. Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis quickly and easily. This course covers basic flow topics and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

- Working knowledge of NX modeling

- Basic understanding of finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) principles

NX Thermal Simulation

Training Duration: 2 Days

Who Should Attend:

Design engineers and analysts who use NX to model fluid flow

Course Objective:​

Introduces product simulation and analysis in NX for heat transfer applications. Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated thermal analysis quickly and easily. This course covers basic thermal topics such as conduction,

convection, and radiation, and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide

range of applications.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

- Working knowledge of NX modeling

- Basic understanding of finite element analysis (FEA) 

NX Thermal and Flow Analysis

Training Duration: 3 Days

Who Should Attend:

Design engineers and analysts who use NX to model heat transfer and fluid flow

Course Objective:​

Learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated thermal and Computational Fluid Dynamics

(CFD) analysis quickly and easily. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of

how the software handles heat transfer and fluid flows. It also covers coupled thermal-flow

analysis, and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of

applications.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

- Working knowledge of NX modeling

- Basic understanding of finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) principles

NX Laminate Composites

Training Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend:

Design engineers, Finite Element Analysts

Course Objective:​

Comprehensive presentation of the composite laminates tools integrated in NX Advanced Simulation. The course includes laminate simulation processes, draping, failure analysis, optimization, finite element model solution, pre and post-processing, as well as a review of the laminates theory. The hands-on activities and case studies are presented using NX Laminate Composites and NX Advanced Simulation.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

NX Motion Simulation

Training Duration: 3 Days

Who Should Attend:

Designers and engineers who need to create and articulate motion studies using NX models

Course Objective:​

Apply motion simulations to a mechanism model. Upon successful completion of this course students will understand how to apply and edit motion simulations, use motion simulations to analyze, troubleshoot and optimize a mechanism design. While this course does include classic engineering topics such as statics, dynamics, kinematics and kinetics, the primary objective of this course is to train users in the use and application of the engineering software package. This course will not serve as a substitute for formal engineering education on these topics.

Prerequisite:

- Essentials for NX Designers

NX Thermal and Flow Analysis

Training Duration: 3 Days

Who Should Attend:

Designers, engineers who use NX to model heat transfer and fluid flow

Course Objective:​

Provides students with comprehensive instruction in the use of NX Thermal and Flow to model heat transfer and 3D fluid flow problems. Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated thermal and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis quickly and easily. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how the software handles heat transfer and fluid flows. It also covers coupled thermal-flow analysis, and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications.

Prerequisite:

- Advanced Simulation Processes

- Working knowledge of NX modeling

- Basic understanding of finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) principles

NX Electronic Systems Cooling

Training Duration: 5 Days

Who Should Attend:

Designers, engineers who use NX to model heat transfer and fluid flow in electronics applications

Course Objective:​

Provides students with comprehensive instruction in the use of NX Thermal and Flow to model heat transfer and 3D fluid flow problems. Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated thermal and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis quickly and easily. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how the software handles heat transfer and fluid flows. It also covers coupled thermal-flow analysis, and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications.