Master's in Automation & Pre-Processing for FEA & CFD Analysis

Master's in Automation & Pre-Processing for FEA & CFD Analysis

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A Quick Overview

This is a 6-month-long Intensive Job-Leading program. The program comprises of 7 courses that train you on all the engineering concepts and tools that are essential to secure a job in core industries.

Courses:

    • Introduction to Automation using Python 
    • HyperMesh for FEA, Plastic and Sheet Metal Applications 
    • HyperMesh Automation using TCL/TK
    • Automation using Ansys Workbench & Python 
    • Pre-processing for Structural applications using ANSA
    • Introduction to Automation using MATLAB
    • Automation in Structural Analysis using MATLAB and MASTAN

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    Course One: Automation using Python

    1Introduction to Python

    This module provides an introduction to Python using different mathematical operations and performing operations such as, 
    • Array manipulations
    • Plotting and understanding the relationship between 2 variables
    • Looping using one or more looping conditions

    2Plotting and Visualization

    In this module, you will write programs that plot the p-v line of an air standard cycle and also create animations for a robotic arm with 2 degrees of freedom and simulating the motion of a pendulum. 

    In this module, you will learn the following, 
    • Understanding the relationship between 2 variables using plots
    • Saving plots and creating animations using ImageMagick
    • Using tables 

    3Solving Dynamic Equations

    In this module, you will learn to solve ordinary differential equations using the scipy module. This is of particular interest since differential equations govern the equations of motion for various mechanical systems and this method can be used to numerically solve initial value problems. 

    • Using odeint to solve initial value differential equations
    • Create a pendulum using the available coordinates
    • Plotting and saving images
    • Creating an animation using ImageMagick

    4Curve Fitting and Regression

    In this module, you will learn how to perform curve fitting using Python. Curve fitting finds widespread use in predicting the relationship between different variables for which an existing relationship doesn’t exist. Furthermore, curve fitting can also be used as a predictive tool in machine learning and AI to predict what will happen in the future using the trend of the plot. 

    • Curve fitting using the scipy module
    • Learning how to check how well the data has been fit

    5Understanding Iterative Solvers

    This module also covers iterative solvers, which find widespread use in the solution of polynomial equations and other aspects like understanding how to obtain the solution in the most optimized manner possible.
        
    • Using an iterative solver
    • Understanding how to use while loops

    6Data Analysis

    The final module of the coursework deals with data manipulation which is used in many industries like CAE and CFD to post-process the results from the simulation. This is particularly useful if the same simulation is run multiple times for different configurations and this code can be used to obtain the data automatically. 

    At the end of this module, you will be able to, 
    • Taking data from a file and manipulate the data to create meaningful plots
    • Make necessary calculations
    • Automate the post-processing procedure


    Project Overview


    Course Two: HyperMesh for FEA, Plastic and Sheet Metal Application

    1Basics of FEA

    In this module, you will study the fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis (FEA). FEA is a generic technique used to solve boundary value problems. FEA finds a lot of applications in structural analysis. In this module, we will discuss the math behind FEA, along with the following topics

     

    • 5Ws of Finite Element Analysis 
    • Types of engineering problem-solving methods
    • Types of CAE process
    • Model setup 

    2Introduction to HyperMesh GUI

    In this module, you will study the meshing software - HyperMesh. HyperMesh is a highly capable simulation software and in this module you will learn the various tools and features that HyperMesh has to offer. 


    In this module, you will learn of the following topics


    • Geometric tool and tools menu introduction
    • Basic geometric tools
    • Geometry cleanups (includes auto cleanup) 
    • Midsurface creation

    3Key Geometric Tools

    While dealing with complex 3D components, it is important to remove small features and holes that are inevitable when designing a CAD model. You will be introduced to the batch mesher macro that will be instrumental in accomplishing this. 


    In this module, you will study the following topics


    • Criteria files for geometry cleanup 
    • MNode's creation & node edit
    • Point edit
    • Edge edit

    41D Meshing

    1D Meshing is a great way to speed up the simulation time without compromising on accuracy. There are different types of 1D elements - each featuring its own shape function and characteristics.


    In this module, you will learn the following

    • 5Masses, bar, rod, rigid, RBE3, springs, gaps 
    • Connectors, HYPER BEAM, linemesh, linear 1D
    • Edit, element, split, replace, detach
    • Order change, configuration edit, element type

    5Geometry Cleanup and Midsurface

    In this module you will learn to perform surface clean-up on a given geometry and to extract the mid-surface using an in-built tool - Auto-mid-surface. You will also learn how to clean up the surface manually because relying only on the Auto-mid-surface option may give rise to a distorted surface while dealing with a complex geometry


    Here is a list of topics that you will learn in this module.

    • Surface clean up 
    • Midsurface generation 
    • Handling distorted surfaces

    62D Meshing Introduction and Examples

    In this module, you will learn the basics of 2D meshing, how to mesh a surface, how to re-mesh a meshed surface using elements, and how to attain mesh flow in the geometry. You will also learn how to handle the Tria elements in the model.


    • 2D meshing introduction 
    • 2D basic tools
    • Mesh flow
    • Handling Tria elements

    7Quality Criteria

    In this module, you learn what a quality check is and understand the different quality-checks that HyperMesh offers. You will also learn how to fix areas that failed the quality check.

    Here, is a list of key concepts that you will learn in this module.


    • 1D element quality check
    • 2D element quality check
    • Understanding the quality parameters for 2D meshing

    8Advance 2D Meshing

    In this module, you will learn how to do manual mid surfacing when the auto-mid surfacing option fails. You will also learn how to handle geometry if they are symmetrical, normal check-in the model and its significance, and free edges along with their significance.


    The following topics are covered in this module,


    • Manual mid surface 
    • Handling symmetric geometry 
    • Free edge checks
    • Normals check

    93D Meshing

    In this module, you will learn the different tools and techniques to generate a hexamesh for a given geometry. You will also learn a variety of techniques to generate tetra meshes. You will also understand the quality-checks for tetra elements and how to rectify areas that have failed these checks.


    The following topics are covered in this module.

    • Hexa meshing 
    • Tetra meshing
    • Different methods of tetra mesh generation.
    • Quality check 3D element 

    10Connectors

    Sometimes, meshes are made with both 2D and 3D meshes that are interspersed. Connectors help the computer understand that the interface is between two different kinds of meshes. Connectors are time-saving features that are a must in large models. In addition to this, connectors offer a way to let the computer know that two components have been seam welded.


    • Seam weld
    • Spot weld 
    • Bolt connection 
    • Spring element 
    • Adhesive modelling - HEXA 

    11Batch Meshing

    In this module, you will understand the uses of batch meshing and its applications in industries. You learn about the parameter file and criteria file, how they can be optimized for the requirement. 

    Here is a list of key concepts that you will learn in this module.

    • Understand quality parameter and criteria files
    • Optimizing these files according to the requirement

    12Morphing Techniques and Macro Generation

    In this module, you will learn about morphing which can be done using constraints, volumes, and geometry. Also you will be working with manipulation of TCL commands, running a TCL command using the inbuilt run options. 

    • Morph constraints
    • Morph volumes
    • Map to geometry
    • Basic macro generation using TCL commands


    Project Overview


    Course Three: Automation using TCL/TK for HyperMesh

    1Get to know your Tools

    In this module, you will learn HyperMesh GUI, What is TCL compiler and hands-on practice of the TCL commands in Notepad++

    • HyperMesh GUI overview
    • TCL compilers
    • Notepad ++
    • “Hello World” TCL code

    2Let’s Learn a New Language

    In this module, you will learn TCL commands like loops, arrays and how TCL is linked with HyperMesh 

    • Looping structures
    • Array manipulation
    • TCL wiki
    • HyperMesh and TCL linkage

    3Dissecting HyperMesh using TCL Commands

    In this module, you will learn several commands and how they can be used in HyperMesh to perform operations

    •  “ * ” and “hm_” commands

    4Let’s Build the GUIs with TK

    In this module, you will learn how to build a GUI using TK for the TCL command used in HyperMesh 

    • Introduction to TK
    • Creating TK popup box
    • Creating TK buttons
    • Creating TK input boxes

    5Problem of Normal

    In this module, you will be able to understand the problem of normals in pre-processing and how it will affect the results in a simulation. You will also learn how to automate to align the normal in a few quick mouse clicks.

    • Element normals and their significance
    • Fixing normals: code vs. standard

    6Let’s Take Care of “Zero”

    In this module, you will learn how to handle a null case when you write a code in HyperMesh to automate a process 

    • Handling null cases
    • Delete displayed
    • Delete empty
    • Isolate displayed

    7Let’s Meet the CAE Nightmare – Free Edges

    In this module, you can understand the concept of free edges and how it will affect the simulation, and also you will be able to write a code to automate the fix for the Free Edge issue that occurs during meshing.

    • Free Edge and their significance
    • Detecting Free Edges using available tools

    8Collectors

    In this module, you will learn the significance of a collector, property card, and material card along with a manual method to assign them. Once you understand that you will also be writing code to automate the process.

    • Different collectors and prop and material assignment
    • Renaming - as per thickness

    9Auto Reflect

    In this module, you learn the importance of the Reflect command for the symmetrical models along with the manual renaming of the components and their material and property cards. Since this method is strenuous and time-consuming, you will also learn how this can be automated with a few lines of codes. 

    • Explanation of the physics
    • Explanation of the procedure
    • CAD manipulation using TCL

    10The Importance of Order

    In this module, you will understand the significance of numbering in a model for nodes, elements, components, sets, etc., and learn how to automate them with learn the code and its logic

    creating ordered sets

    • “Remembering” the selection order
    • Midline generation

    11Element Quality Check

    In this module, you will understand the importance of mesh quality and learn the importance of automating this process

    • Quality criteria check
    • How to highlight these elements
    • Popup and report generation

    12Miscellaneous

    In this module, you will learn how to code to automate the part list, and how to read and understand the Userpage.mac

    • Auto part list
    • Userpage.mac understanding
    • Automatic deck setup


    Project Overview


    Course Four: Introduction to Automation using ANSYS Workbench and Python

    1 Introduction to ANSYS

    • General introduction about ANSYS
    • Type of simulations
    • Why automation
    • What to automate
    • How to automate
    • Install ANSYS
    • Build the ANSYS Model
    • How to setup a model in ANSYS

    2 Introduction to Python

    • General introduction
    • Variables
    • Comments
    • Data types used in Python
    • Strings
    • List
    • Tuple
    • Dictionary
    • If, elif, else
    • For loops
    • While loops
    • Functions
    • Lambda functions
    • Modules and packages
    • Python File I/O

    3 Introduction to ANSYS ACT

    • ACT
    • Extension
    • Wizard
    • Installation
    • Access
    • How to build an extension

    4 Introduction to ACT API

    • NSYS API
    • Body renaming
    • Parts details access
    • Material assignment
    • Coordinate system
    • Point mass
    • Creating named selections
    • Contacts
    • Mesh
    • Loads and boundary condition’s

    5App Build


    • Results,Images,text Views
    • Analysis settings
    Example of App building in ANSYS mechanical

    To perform the specific application, just using an XML file, and explanation about the structure of apps
    • Hi Example
    • Rotate

    6Wizard Build

    Example of Wizard building, with structure explanation, extracting data from an external source to apply loads and boundary conditions and to carry out all process from beginning


    Project Overview


    Course Five: Pre-processor for Structural Analysis using ANSA

    1Introduction to ANSA GUI and Tools

    WEEK 1 & 2


    In this module, you will be introduced to the CAE domain along with an introduction to FEA basics. You will learn the Graphical User Interface(GUI) of the ANSA tool. You will get to know about different solvers and types of analysis carried out using them You will be introduced to basic tools that will help you with geometric cleanups and other deck setups in ANSA.


    The topics covered in this module are, 


    • Introduction to FEA,

    • ANSA GUI,

    • Geometric tools and topology cleanup

    • Types of CAE process, tools for structural CAE, 

    • Types of elements, 

    • Different tools used in TOPO deck

    2Manual Midsurfacing, 2D Meshing and Quality Criteria

    WEEK 3


    In this module, you will study the basics of 2D meshing. You will also learn how to extract mid surface, deploy 2D mesh on the mid surface, reconstruct already meshed areas, along with various techniques for achieving the mesh flow. You will also learn how to eliminate the tria concentration present in the geometry, capture the important features in the geometry.


    You will be working on a sheet metal component in this module. You will also be taught how to achieve mesh quality for the component by assigning the quality criteria parameters.


    You will study the following topics in this module,


    • Manual mid surfacing for sheet metal components, 

    • 2D meshing on sheet metal components, 

    • Quality checkup and taking measures to achieve quality, 

    • Introduction to different tools used in mesh deck

    • Revising the basic commands

    • Basic commands used in TOPO and mesh deck,

    • Practice model provided 

    3Manual Mid-Surfacing-Plastic Trims and Cast Parts

    WEEK 4


    Manual Mid-Surfacing-Plastic Trims and Cast Parts


    In this module, you will be learning about extracting the mid surface and working on a plastic part. Plastic parts are of variable thickness therefore, extracting the mid surface and assigning the thickness is more tricky while compared to the sheet metal component.


    You will study the following topics in this module,

    • Manual mid-surfacing for plastic trim components & cast parts, 

    • 2D meshing, quality checkup 

    • Different tools used in mesh deck

    • A plastic part is given for practice

    4Solid Meshing (Tetra & Hexa)

    WEEK 5

    Solid Meshing(Tetra & Hexa)

    In this module, you will learn the different tools and techniques to generate the Tetra mesh for a given geometry. You will also learn the different methods involved in generating a Hexa mesh. You will also understand the quality checks for Tetra elements and how to rectify failed tetra elements.


    You will study the following topics in this module,

    Establishing Solid (Tetra) meshing on 2 different components

    • Solid (Tetra) meshing, 

    • 3D meshing quality criteria,

    • Volume mesh deck

    Introduction to Solid (Hexa) meshing

    • Solid (Hexa) meshing,

    • Volume mesh deck

    5Connections (Seat and Door)

    WEEK 6


    In this module, you will be introduced to connections in ANSA. This enables the user to generate FE models for durability, NVH, and crash analysis. Connections are now efficiently designed with the help of the tool. You will also generate connections for the automotive seat & front door.


    These are the topics that you will learn in this module,


       Different types of connectors such as:

     - Two nodes RBE2 

     -  Cluster RBE2

     -  RBE2-CBUSH-RBE2

     -  RBE2-HEXA-RBE2

     -  Nut and bolt representation

     -  Seam weld data representation


       Different operations such as

     -  Converting and realizing operations 

     -  Connection manager operations

     -  Assigning mass to a node

    6Introduction to Batch Meshing/Casting

    WEEK 7


    In this module, you will learn about batch meshing, casting methods, and its applications in industries. Batch meshing/casting method will help you to model the component efficiently and quicker than if you tried to model them manually. But these tools do not guarantee the best results always, there will be areas where you need to manually check the results.


    You will study the following topics in this module,


    • Introduction to casting & batch meshing operations 
    • Auto mid surfacing and meshing by using casting and skin methods

    7Introduction to Morphing Basics

    WEEK 8


    In this module, you will learn about a few morphing techniques in ANSA. ANSA allows a full-fledged morphing menu which is completely integrated with ANSA's interface. The functions of the morphing menu can be used to efficiently re-shape both FE and/or geometry-based models.


    You will study the following topics in this module,

    • Direct morphing

    • Box morphing 

    • Hatches

    • Morphing was done in FE model

    • Morphing done in CAD geometry


    Project Overview


    Course Six: Automation using MATLAB

    1Introduction to MATLAB

    You will be introduced to MATLAB and you will be taught the basics of MATLAB by using a top-down approach. That is, you will start directly by solving problems and stop in the required places to learn about the fundamentals of programming.

    • You will learn the MATLAB syntax and the various commands used in it.
    • You will understand the methods and the ways to use the commands in different scenarios.
    • You will learn to manipulate your own calculations and comparisons
    • You will learn about the use of arrays.
    • You will learn about the Functions used along with plotting, creating movies, creating figures etc

    2Forward Kinematics Simulator

    In this module, you will write programs to simulate a 2R Robotic Arm Manipulator
    • You will animate the manipulator motion using ImageMagick.
    • Here you will learn about the simulation part
    • And you will learn how to create a movie clip along with the spatial motions of Robotic arm
    • You will learn how the FOR loop plays a role in the programming
    • And how the “hold on” command works
    • And about the arrays and linspace commands

    3Air Standard Cycle Simulator

    In this module, you will write code to simulate an Air Standard Cycle.


    • Your code will solve the piston kinematics equation to calculate the volume trace.
    • Your code will create PV diagrams for different operating conditions.
    • You will learn how to work on various thermodynamic relationships
    • You will learn about the pressure-volume variations.
    • You will learn how the order of the program is significant
    • Functions can be cleared through this challenge
    • You will also learn about the plots, legends used in the graphs
    • Finally, you will learn about the piston kinematics



    4Vibrations and Dynamics

    Most mechanical engineering devices are dynamic in nature. Understanding the effect of forces on the product motion is of utmost importance. The equation of motions for these systems forms a set of Ordinary Differential Equations.
    • Implement BDF and FDF methods to solve ODEs
    • Learn about the real use of differential equations
    • How the differential equations connect to the real-world applications and how to solve those differential equations
    • You will learn about the ODE solvers, and also about the syntax of ODE’s, and also about various supplementary commands

    5Curve Fitting and Regression

    • An engineer needs to understand the dependence between system input and output. Curve-fits are a great tool to do this. In this module, you will learn how to perform curve fits with MATLAB.
    • Curve fits and regression are the part of Machine learning and Neural Networks
    • Curve fitting helps you to make a comparison study with the original ideal data set with the experimental one 
    • And you will learn about the polynomials and their best fits
    • You will learn about the PolyFit and PolyVal commands
    • You will know how to calculate the errors
    • You will learn about SSR, SSE, SST

    6Genetic Algorithm

    • Genetic Algorithm is a procedure to optimize multi-parameter systems. It is used to optimize different types of systems and processes
    • You will learn about the optimization techniques used in industries
    • Genetic Algorithm is one of the optimization techniques used widely and you will learn how GA works
    • You can easily optimize their values using the Genetic Algorithm
    • You will know about the GA syntax and how to get the global maxima 
    • You will also learn about the options, they can include apart from the default one and also about the stalagmite functions and how it works
    • And also about the population size, number of generations, fitness value, and termination of further generations


    Project Overview


    Course Seven: Automation in Structural Analysis and Design using MATLAB & MASTAN

    1Introduction to Basics

    In this section, you will learn about the basics of structural analysis and definition of concepts 

    • What is structural analysis
    • Intro to basic mechanics
    • Equation formulation and simulation
    • Introduction to automation
    • Solution interpretation

    2Structural System and Analysis

    HyperMesh is one of the most popular Finite Element preprocessor used to generate meshes of complex models. In this module, you will learn the GUI of HyperMesh, various elements available in FEA like 1D, 2D and 3D elements, how to choose the element depending on the geometry by covering topics such as:

    • Overview of pre-processors and their importance in FEA processes

    • Primary introduction to GUI of HyperMesh, toolbars and basic operations

    3Global Analysis Equations

    Learning to mesh geometries is an important step in performing FEA. Therefore, we will extensively cover the topic by which the students can understand, geometry clean up, tools available for geometry cleanups, 

    • Using an edited geometry to generate mid-surface and appropriate 2D mesh with regards to mesh flow, trias and mesh size, by various methods

    • Using the geometry tools to clean up the distorted geometry

    4Stiffness Analysis of Frames

    In this section, you will learn what is 1D, 2D, and 3D meshing, what is mesh quality and how to improve them and then exporting the meshed model to the specific solver.

    • Using an edited geometry to generate mid-surface and appropriate 2D mesh with regards to mesh flow, trias and mesh size, by various methods

    • Using the geometry to create a 3D mesh using various methods

    • Meaning of mesh quality and ways to control and improve it

    • Types of 1D elements, their specifications, and creation

    • Exporting a meshed model from HyperMesh in the specified solver format

    5Explicit Solvers

    In this section, you will learn what is an Explicit solver, what is an engine file and a starter file and their significance and also what is an out file and how to read this out file.

    • Overview of Radioss- An Explicit FEA solver for crashworthiness

    • Essential Radioss input files, their significance, and format

    • Overview of output files and their significance

    6Virtual Work Principles

    In this section, you will learn about the various element formulations available for different types of elements in the Radioss and their applications, how to assign thickness for the component and also you will understand various parameters available in the property card and their significance. 

    Similarly, you will also learn various material cards available in Radioss and their use cases along with their failure criteria.

    • Application of thickness and dimensional properties, integration points for 1D, 2D and 3D elements

    • Study and application of concepts such as material intrinsic properties, failure criteria, non-linearity, plasticity, and hyper-elasticity into a material model

    7Frame Analysis

    In this section, you will learn a new application that is developed by Altair exclusively to set up the crash simulations and along with this, you will be learning the GUI of HyperCrash. You will also be introduced to HyperView and HyperGraph where you will learn how to post-process the simulation results

    • Introduction to HyperCrash, a specialized pre-processor for Radioss

    • Introduction to HyperView and HyperGraph as post-processing tools in the FEA process

    8Introduction to Non-Linear Analysis

    Interface modelling will be a complex topic that you can find in any solver. Here you will learn what is a contact and how it works, what are the different parameters you need to look into while defining a contact in a model, what are the different types of contacts and their use cases. 

    • Concepts of an interface between given components, penalty formulation method, contact stiffness, gap, penetration, interference, and tied interfaces

    • Creation of various types of interfaces and removing any errors or interferences

    9Geometric Non-Linear Analysis

    In this section, you will understand how to set up a proper boundary condition for any given simulation, what are the different types of loading conditions and different types of joints available in Radioss

    • Setup of static and dynamic loading conditions such as velocity, acceleration, a constraint on degree of freedom, rigid walls, spot welds, and seam welds

    10Material Non-Linear Analysis

    In this section, you will learn about the concept of the time step and how it can be optimized to increase the speed of the simulation and also the concept of mass scaling. You will also understand the various control cards available in Radioss and their use cases.

    • Control of simulation in terms of the time step, accuracy, run time, types of outputs

    11Solution to NL Equilibrium Equations

    In this section, you will the various check you to do before running the simulation and also you will understand how to debug a simulation along with its approach 

    • Checking and debugging any errors in the model using diagnostic methods

    12Special Analysis Procedures

    In this section, you will exclusively learn about the physics of an airbag in crash scenarios and how to model them in Radioss. You will be learning about two types of airbags ( with vent and without vent ) 

    • Concept of an airbag in FEA, its modeling methods and challenges with an example


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    Simply put - there's a world of a difference between what you have studied at your college and what you will get trained in when you study at Skill-Lync. 


    5What advantages will I gain by taking this course?

    You will have an edge over your peers by working extensively on industry-relevant projects, practice on tools and software that will set you apart and help you in getting ahead of the competition. Along with this, when you enroll in a Skill-Lync course you will get access to the Skill-Lync Student Success Team - who will ensure that you get placed at the end of your course. They will help you polish your resume, and help you properly present your projects on your LinkedIn and other external pages. They will also scour for any opportunity that you might be qualified for and help you apply for it. After which they will train you in all the possible variations of interview questions. The Student Success Team will also train you in tool tests, in which your comprehension of all the tools that you have studied in the duration of the course will be cemented along with the underlying principles.

    6Is the full version of HyperMesh software required?

    Altair provides a student version of HyperMesh software which has a license period of 1 year. The license provided is node-locked. You can apply for the academic version of HyperWorks through our gateway.

    7How long will it take to get a HyperMesh student license after submitting the request?

    It takes about a maximum of 72 hours to minimum of 5 hours for getting the license.



    8Can I use one license file for all my PC and laptop HyperMesh software?

    No, you cannot use one license for both the PC and laptop, as Altair provides a node-locked license. It can be used only for one device that matches the host ID that you have used to apply for the license.



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