Aerospace Structural Analysis Engineer Batch – 2

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Course Overview

Course Name : Aerospace Structural Analysis Engineer  Batch - 2

Course Code : B205ASA Analyst 

Course Duration : 270 Hrs

Course Start Date : 24th May 2021

Course End Date : 7th Jun 2021

Course Description :

In this course the learners will get insight about the below topics.

·       Aircraft basics and systems

·       Aircraft Structure

·       Metallic and Non-Metallic Materials

·       GFEM and DFEM / Selection of elements (FEM/FEA)

·       Fatigue and Damage Tolerance of metallic Materials

·       Hand Calculation and Allied Topics (SRM/Repair/Concession)

·       Hypermesh -FEM

·       Analysis -FEA

Course Outcome :

By end of this course learners will be able

·       To perform airframe structural design validation through hand calculations and finite element analysis for every primary and secondary structures like wings skin and attachment joints and brackets.

·       To understand loads and load path in structures, thus, can create very good quality finite element model with appropriate loading and boundary conditions

·       To perform stress analysis activities related to aircraft structural modifications, role change, upgradation, certification, and customization.

·       To perform concessions, repair and SRM justification activities.

·       To perform the design validation of aircraft interiors, brackets, and other secondary structural members

·       To perform structural analysis activities related to design optimization, design modification, weight reduction, reverse engineering tasks.

·       Can interpret and comment logically on the sufficiency, validity, and correctness of the finite element analysis results

Course Content:

1.      Aircraft Basics

2.     Aircraft Mechanical Systems

3.     Aircraft Electrical Systems

4.     Aircraft Avionics System

5.     Aircraft Propulsion Systems

6.     Environmental Control Systems

7.     Aircraft Interior

8.     Human Factor

9.     Fundamental of Design

10.   Loads, stress strain, Stress Strain Curves

11.    Determinate and indeterminate structures

12.   Principal stress and strain

13.   Failure theories

14.   Bending and deflection of beams

15.   SFD and BMD diagrams

16.   Aerospace metallic materials

17.   Aerospace Composite materials

18.   Composite Manufacturing

19.   Composite Machining Inspection and QC

20.  Basics of Finite Element Analysis

21.   Engineering Problem Solving techniques

22.  Selection of elements, Element order and accuracy control

23.   Meshing Guidelines, validation techniques

24.  GFEM and DFEM Requirements and Handling

25.  MSC-Nastran Overview

26.   Basics of Fatigue

27.  Basics of Fracture Mechanics

28.  Basics of Crack Propagation

29.   Design Philosophies

30.   F&DT evaluation

31.   Service Repair Manuals- Overview

32.   Concession – Overview

33.   Aircraft Repair Justifications – Overview

34.  Hand Calculation and application

35.  Fastener stiffness calculations

36.   Introduction to Hypermesh GUI

37.  Understand the Hypermesh options and capabilities

38.  Getting started with Hypermesh geometry, software compatibility

39.   Geometry creation / handling / editing

40.  Hypermesh Geometry Import Export and geometry cleanup

41.   Geometry preparation for FE Mesh / defeaturing and editing

42.  Getting ready geometry for FE Mesh, options, and parameters settings

43.  HM Meshing parameters control and settings

44. Auto meshing, mesh modification & HM short cut keys

45.  1D and 2D Meshing

46.  2D Meshing medium components

47.  2D Meshing complex components

48.  2D Meshing assemble components, fasteners, and attachment

49.  3D Meshing simple components

50.  3D Meshing medium and complex components, use of higher order elements

51.   PATRAN GUI, Model creation and import to solution deck

52.  Free-free / Normal mode and Linear static analysis Post Processing and result interpretations

53.  Types of non-linearity and preparing for non-Linear analysis, Buckling / dynamic / frequency response analysis

Pre-requisite:   Mechanical/Aeronautical/Automobile Engineer or Engineering Students

Training Method: Instruction Based Online Training & Virtual Classroom

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