CAE product life cycle, right from CAD import to exporting the FEA model using the FEA tool , Hypermesh
You will learn about the different milestones in a CAE product life cycle, right from CAD import to exporting the FEA model using the FEA tool , Hypermesh
At each of these milestones, possibility of automation will be explored and implemented using tcl/tk programming languages for Hypermesh
This exercise will be repeated for all CAE milestone activities
The outline of project structure is as follows :
For working professionals as well as students, this project will give you valuable insights into Hypermesh. A unique “peep into the blackbox” approach will help you automate with ease.
In this project, you will be setting up the cases for the FSAE racing car in Converge CFD software and then simulating them to analyse the drag force and the down force experienced by each component of the FSAE car.
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This project deals with simulating the flow around a Mercedes Benz Actros truck with and without the trailer attachment, We will be studying the production of wake and how the trailer attachment affects the wake produced by the tractor and the effect this has on the production of drag on the vehicle. Suitable reports and plots will be used to measure the drag coefficient and to assess convergence. Various post processing techniques can be used to provide animations that clearly show the flow patterns.
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