MSC Software is hosting 2 complimentary workshops highlighting the latest and innovative simulation methods to model multibody dynamics and fluid dynamics for aerospace and robotic applications.
These workshops are open to NIAR's faculty, researchers, students and local industry professionals.
Workshop Series OverviewDay 1 - Wednesday, August 21, 2019 - MSC Adams for Aerospace and Robotics
- This workshop will introduce the attendee to concepts in multibody dynamics and use of the MSC Adams software. Adams is the industry standard for modeling the motion and forces involved in multibody systems. Adams is also capable of co-simulation with FE programs and block-diagram controls tools. A product called Adams/Machinery allows one to quickly build models with complex components like gears, belts, cables, chains, cams, and motors.
Day 2 - Thursday, August 22, 2019 - CFD Analysis using scFLOW – Thermofluid Analysis for Internal and External Flows
- This workshop will introduce the attendee to the capabilities of CFD in general and the scFLOW software package. scFLOW is a state-of-the-art, general purpose CFD software from MSC’s Cradle business unit. scFLOW’s modeling capabilities support many applications in the field of aviation including aerodynamics and turbomachinery.
10:00am - 10:30am: Demo
10:30am - 12:00pm: Hands-in Exercise
12:00pm - 1:30pm Lunch and Q&A
Benefits of Attending
- Reduce prototype testing costs - Before a new mechanical design is selected, dozens or hundreds of design variations must be considered. Simulation allows engineers to rapidly evaluate numerous designs before devoting to expensive prototype testing.
- Increase the performance of mechanical systems – Improving a mechanical system requires a firm understanding of the physics involved. This workshop discusses advanced simulation tools that accurately model complex physical behaviors an enables engineers with critical information to improve mechanical designs.
- Access to a Multibody Dynamics or CFD Expert - This workshop will be led by an industry expert knowledgeable in the motion and forces involved in multibody systems or computational fluid dynamics. Take this opportunity to discuss your project and goal with our industry experts.
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Wichita, KS 67208
Experiential Engineering Building Room #164