MSC Nastran Advanced Nonlinear Solution 400

Lunch and Learn Session


  • Are you looking for a single model approach that helps you easily transition into a nonlinear analysis and predict the nonlinear behavior of your structure?
  • Do you need an efficient and nominal nonlinear solution strategy that offers accurate results while keeping up with high industry standards?
  •  Are you interested to learn the advanced technology that helps you easily analyze a wide variety of nonlinear problems?


Please join us for a FREE HANDS ON Lunch and Learn to get more familiarized with the state of the art technology behind MSC Nastran’s advance nonlinear solution.

SOL 400 is a set of application modules inside MSC Nastran system that allows engineers to simulate advanced nonlinear models that are subject to geometric and material nonlinearity, in addition to contact.   

  

MSC Nastran SOL 400 is the key for you!

Space is limited, so register today!

Date   Location   Time
 

 
Friday, April 21th, 2017  
MSC Newport Beach
4675 MacArthur Ct, Ste 900
Newport Beach, CA 92660
  12:00PM - 1:30PM
 

 
Friday, April 21th, 2017  
MSC Troy
50 West Big Beaver Road
(close to Livernois Rd)
Suite 430
Troy, MI 48084
  12:00PM - 1:30PM


AGENDA

12:00 - 12:25 Welcome/Introductions/Grab Lunch
12:25 - 12:45 Demo 1: Frequency Response Analysis
12:45 - 1:15
Hands-On Training
Workshop 1 - Frequency Response Analysis
Workshop 2 - Basic Midsurface Extraction, Repair, Meshing, and Thickness Property Assignment
1:15 - 1:30 Feedback/Wrap-Up


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Presenters

James Pura, Application Engineer, has many years of structural analysis experience mainly within the aerospace industry, and specializes in "cradle to grave" design and analysis workflows for airplane, spacecraft, and launch vehicle applications, including weight reduction and structural optimization of both metallic and composite structures. James has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, San Diego, and currently resides in Seattle, WA.