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FEA using SOLIDWORKS

This course introduces the student to the basic concepts of FEA. The tool that will be used is Solidworks. The student will be provided with the necessary technical support to complete the course.

4 weeks long course | 100% Online

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Project based learning with 1 industry level projects that learners can showcase on LinkedIn.

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Syllabus

This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

  • The course is designed for everyone who is interested in doing FEA simulations and needs a fundamental understanding and hands-on experience on solvers .
  • The course will teach about FEA  and different types of FEA analysis.
  • The course covers basic concepts of structural analysis.
  • The course will introduce the students to the various FEA simulation types in SolidWorks.
  • The course will teach Linear/Nonlinear Analysis.

Course Syllabus

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 01 - Introduction to FEA

  • What is FEA?
  • Different types of Analysis Methods
    1. Analytical Method
    2. Experimental Method
    3. Numerical Method
  • FEA explanation with cantilever beam
  • Stress-Strain plot
  • General steps followed in FEA
  • Mesh elements
    1. H-refinement
    2. P-refinement
  • Summary

Week 02 - Introduction to Types of FEA analysis

  • Structural Analysis
  • Static Analysis
  • Dynamic Analysis
  • Difference between Static and Dynamic Analysis
  • Linear and Nonlinear Analysis

Week 03 - Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Simulation Environment

  • Important SOLIDWORKS modelling features
    • SOLIDWORKS Sketch
    • SOLIDWORKS Features
  • Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Simulation
  • Performing a Simple Cantilever Load Analysis

Week 04 - Performing Basic FEA Analysis using SOLIDWORKS Simulation

  • Static Linear Analysis
  • Static Nonlinear Analysis
  • Dynamic Linear and Nonlinear Analysis

Week 05 - 1D/2D and 3D FEA Analysis

  • Situations where 1D, 2D and 3D simulations are used
  • Performing 1D simulation in SOLIDWORKS
  • Performing 2D simulation in SOLIDWORKS
  • Performing 3D simulation in SOLIDWORKS

Week 06 - Parametric/Design Study

  • What is a parametric study and why is it used?
  • Advantages of performing a parametric study
  • How to access parametric study in SOLIDWORKS?
  • Performing a parametric study on a wine bottle

Week 07 - Buckling Analysis

  • What is buckling?
  • Difference between bending and buckling
  • Relationship between buckling shape and types of fixtures
  • Performing a buckling analysis in SOLIDWORKS

Week 08 - Fatigue Analysis

  • What is a Fatigue Analysis?
  • Applications of Fatigue Analysis
  • Application of SN Curve in Fatigue Analysis
  • Endurance Limit
  • Stress Analysis of S-hook
  • Fatigue Analysis of S-hook
    • Constant Amplitude Fatigue Study
    • Variable Amplitude Fatigue Study
    • Harmonic (Fatigue of Sinusoidal Loading)
    • Random Vibration (Fatigue of Random Vibration)

Week 09 - Drop Test

  • What is a drop test?
  • How do you access drop tests in SOLIDWORKS?
  • Performing a drop test of a PCB board
  • Discussion of results

Week 10 - Frequency Analysis

  • Reason for Performing a Frequency Analysis
  • Natural Frequency and Resonance
  • Mode Shapes
    Types of Solvers in SOLIDWORKS Frequency Analysis
  • Frequency Analysis of Support Brackets
  • Discussion of Results

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

Industry Projects

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 1 Projects that are available in this program.

Buckling Analysis

In this project, the students will be asked to perform buckling analysis on a cyclonic separator table.

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

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Boost your skills in Solidworks with the FEA using the Solidworks course

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is the crux for research and higher studies in mechanical engineering. The FEA application as a computation tool is indispensable for engineering analysis. 

Extensively used in the engineering world of 3D modelling, Solidworks is a great help for Automotive OEMs, Aerospace companies, power production industries, etc. 

The four-week FEA course deals with real-time situations through six FEA simulation modules that use Solidworks like static analysis, dynamics analysis, buckling analysis, fatigue analysis, and drop test. 

This course has been designed after consultation with the best in the industry and those associated with Fortune 500 companies. 

The FEA certification course gives you ample opportunities to put academics into practice with hands-on projects. It equips you with training files and practice content to refer to in times of need. The course fee is flexible, ranging from Rs. 3000 to Rs. 7000 per month. 

Who Should Take the FEA using Solidworks Course?

The finite element course is best for mechanical, aerospace, or automotive engineers. As it is based on sound engineering knowledge, this course is ideal for engineering professionals who want to learn FEA and various FEA tools in Solidworks. Further, it is beneficial for FEA design and FEA consulting engineers wanting to upskill.

What Will You Learn?

The FEA course provides you with ample time to grasp topics like FEA explanation with cantilever beam and stress-strain plot before delving into FEA and mesh elements like H-refinement and P-refinement in the first week of study.

The second week of the FEA certification course includes diverse FEA analyses: structural analysis, static analysis, dynamic analysis, the difference between static and dynamic analysis, and linear and nonlinear analysis.

In week three, the FEA online course will train you to simplify complicated 3D simulations into simple 1D, 2D, or 3D simulations depending on the inputs. In the final week, it encourages you to create a design study of your model designs, perform simple simulations, and learn the different FEA simulation modules in detail.

Skills You Will Gain

  • Expertise in meshing, element types, non-linearities, stiffness matrices, etc.
  • Knowledge of real-time simulations with LS-DYNA projects.
  • Expertise in applying explicit and implicit analysis techniques.

Key Highlights of the Course

  • The course offers a certificate of completion to all participants and merit certificates to the top 5% of learners. 
  • In four weeks, you will progress from being a beginner to an adept user of FEA using Solidworks.
  • Opt for the Pro or premium subscription to receive a host of benefits like video support, lifetime access, and personal support and assistance.

Career Opportunities after Taking the Course

The course content taught will prepare you to deliver your best right from the first day of your work. The course is designed to suit the industry needs. With these skill sets, you can take up roles like,

  • FEA Analyst
  • CAD Engineer
  • SolidWorks Simulation Engineer
  • CAE Application Engineer

In all these roles you will be required to do 3D models and perform simulations in SolidWorks and also in other similar software. You can always upgrade yourselves with Skill-Lync by opting in for lifetime access.

FAQs on FEA using SOLIDWORKS

1. What is unique about the finite element course?

The FEA using Solidworks course is a versatile course that will add value to your resume. It combines academics with hands-on knowledge to give you the best education for the qualification of an FEA engineer.

2. How will the FEA using Solidworks course help me do my Master’s or PhD?

The course strengthens your portfolio, which will help you secure grants and scholarships to further your studies.

3. How can I interact with Skill Lync's technical team?

The technical support team is available, and you can access them via WhatsApp or email. You may call them using video or audio conference calls.

4. What are the software skills a student will learn during the course?

Solidworks is the software skill taught to students during the FEA course. It is a cost-effective and time-saving software. Organizations engaged in mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering use it for CAE analysis.  

5. What skills should I have to enroll in the course?

The course is open to mechanical, automotive, and aerospace engineers. Undergraduates in the fourth semester of an engineering course can apply for the course too.    

Instructors profiles

Our courses are designed by leading academicians and experienced industry professionals.

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1 industry expert

Our instructors are industry experts along with a passion to teach.

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7 years in the experience range

Instructors with 7 years extensive industry experience.

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Areas of expertise

  • CFD

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