Modal Analysis in Virtual Prototyping & Product Validation
Modal Analysis - Theory, Experiments and Applications in New Product Development
A variant of the Moore's Law is always at the heart of the automotive, aerospace and the rest of the industrial world as the pace maker of product innovation. In the automotive, aerospace, renewable energy, off-highway vehicles and many other industries, new products are developed and tested to meet the harsh real world load conditions.
It is a well known fact that simulation, laboratory and field testing go hand in hand in the new product development. Simulation or virtual prototyping can provide significant cost and time savings if applied correctly. At the same time, experimentation cannot be completely eliminated.
Modal Analysis is one of the tools a designer uses to analyze new product designs. Modal analysis can be performed both through simulation and experimentation. There are various aspects of Modal Analysis one needs to understand to use the tool effectively to design new products.
Moore’s Law describes an important trend in the history of computer hardware: that the number of transistors that can be inexpensively placed on an integrated circuit is increasing exponentially, doubling approximately every two years.
The salient aspects of this workshop are
The tutorials would be handled by experienced industry exposed users of FEM.
This workshop would offer vital guidance to judge which approximations are
acceptable for solving the practical problems.
Learn the easiest way of reducing product development cycle by an incredible extent
validating the product design during its inception stages.
This workshop helps in confirming your FEA models so as to gain confidence in them.
Identifying the failure modes in the prototype quickly.
The methods of verifying and validating the FEM results would be demonstrated with real world case studies.
The globally recognized NAFEMS benchmark standards for FEM would be explained.
- Each participant would be provided with high quality training notes.
Who Should Attend?
Who Should Attend?
Faculty members from Engineering Colleges interested in learning more about tools which will assist them in research and teaching in vibration, selection of sensors, data acquisition.
The material that is presented is independent of any particular software package, making it ideally suited to current and potential users of all commercial finite element software systems.
The workshop is open to both members and non-members of NAFEMS.
Mobile : 09620563937
Date: 11 June 2011
Cambridge Institute of Technology
K R Puram, Bangalore
Importance of workshop for the organizations using FEM
Dr. K. Elangovan
Students - Rs. 500/-
Industry / R&D Labs - Rs. 2000/-
NAFEMS / EDAF Member / Academia - Rs. 1500/-
Event Type: Workshop
Location: Bangalore India
Date: September 6, 2011
Cambridge Institute of Technology Campus
K R Puram,
Bangalore - 560 036