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We offer a broad range of training courses supporting the development of competencies in many areas of using engineering software. Our courses are conducted by experienced engineers, working for the worldwide leaders in a wide variety of industries – automotive, aviation, machine and shipbuilding.

 

 

 

 

Thanks to our extensive experience in conducting training courses for all proficiency levels, spanning over 25 years, we will easily adapt the content of the course to your company profile. Our priority are personalised and custom training courses, after completion of which the participants can easily move on to work on issues and problems found in everyday work. Along with the offer consisting of standard courses, we also propose:

  • creating working methodologies and system use techniques, improving the efficiency of realisation of technical tasks,
  • technological workshops, the main goal of which is to provide the participants with valuable practical knowledge, regardless of the software used (composite structure design, element design, GD&T tolerance, etc.)

 

 

Ergonomic Design & Analysis – CATIA V5 Scope of Training

Introduction

  • Theoretical introduction
  • Software use and capabilities
  • Getting started

 

Human Builder

  • Preparing scenery
  • Defining and editing dummies
  • Manipulation and positioning dummies
  • Defining the relationship between dummies and geometry
  • Analysis of the field of vision and collision
  • Preparation and simulation of dummies movement

 

Human Measurement Editor

  • Editing genders and population, creating custom dummies
  • Changing anthropometric data
  • Creating dummy catalogue

 

Human Posture Analysis

  • Determining range of motion
  • Displaying results of posture assessment
  • Posture analysis

 

Human Activity Analysis

  • Risk assessment using RULA method
  • Analysis of ergonomics of lifting/lowering of loads
  • Analysis of push/pull ergonomics
  • Determination of recommended weight values of loads moved
  • Biomechanics analysis

 

Sheet Metal Design – CATIA V5 Scope of training

Introduction

  • Basic information about modelling sheet metal parts
  • Using the Generative Sheet Metal Design module
  • Defining material parameters

 

Modelling

  • Techniques for defining basic walls
  • Tools for supporting the bending process
  • Techniques for flange production
  • Defining advanced flanges using the User Flange option
  • Pressing operations using various input elements
  • Corner editing
  • Transformation options
  • Creating expansions
  • Concurrent operations on an element before and after bending
  • Conversion of solid elements to SheetMetal type elements

Part Design - CATIA V5 Scope of training

Infrastructure

  • Managing V5 platform settings
  • Environmental variables
  • Working in Administrator mode
  • Techniques to accelerate system operation

 

Sketcher

  • Using Group Output functions
  • Complex dimensioning and geometry creation techniques
  • Types and use of positioned sketches
  • Sketch analysis

 

3D elements in solid construction

  • Adding and working with coordinate systems
  • Creation and use of reference elements – point, line, plane

 

Solid element manipulation

  • Solid history scanning
  • Advanced model copying methods
  • Modelling using advanced Boolean options
  • Sharing geometry

 

Part Design

  • Using advanced functions for solid model construction
  • Parameterisation, creating design tables and element libraries
  • Constructing starting models and managing coordinate systems
  • Creation and use of Power Copy tool
  • Using CATDUA tools

 

Solid analysis

  • Thread analysis
  • Technological wall inclines analysis – Draft Analysis
  • Surface curvature analysis

 

3D annotations

  • Introduction to annotations
  • Adding text fields
  • Adding hyperlinks

Generative Structural Analysis Scope of training

Basic information about the FEM method

  • Introduction to calculation using the finite element method, application examples
  • Overview of the individual steps of FEM

 

Defining discrete model, assigning reinforcements and loads

  • Methods of creating finite spatial element meshes
  • Qualitative analysis of finite elements and controlling its parameters
  • Assigning physical properties to finite elements
  • Using non-standard materials and creating personal material libraries
  • Using various-type meshes within a single model
  • Pre-Processing – imposing boundary conditions and loads
  • Model Checker – analysis of model readiness for performing calculations
  • Analysis techniques using various algorithms
  • Frequency analyses
  • Techniques for modifying the finite element mesh
  • Parameterisation of finite element mesh (automatic adjustment of element size with geometry changes)
  • Examples of determining reaction at reinforcement sites
  • Using Virtual Part elements
  • Conducting analysis with automatic change of finite element
  • Creating several load cases within one analysis
  • Structure buckling analysis

 

Results display and analysis

  • Adding views
  • View options
  • Result animation
  • Adding local and global sensors

 

Assembly analysis

  • Introduction to assembly analysis using FEM
  • Assumptions and simplifications used in part set analysis
  • Types of part connections
  • Defining part connection properties
  • Welded joint analysis
  • Optimisation of construction using Product Engineering Optimizer module using spatial frame example

 

Advanced tools for working with meshes

  • Advanced surface mesh creation tools
  • Managing grid size using Knowledgeware module
  • Import and export of finite element mesh

Functional Tolerancing and Annotations – CATIA V5 Scope of Training

Introduction

  • Introduction to FTA module
  • Basic assumptions
  • Adding 3D annotations to parts

 

Annotation creation and management

  • Managing annotation position
  • Creating and managing annotation surfaces and views
  • Element set annotations
  • Using annotation “advisor”
  • Managing geometry linked with annotations

Reverse Engineering – CATIA V5 Scope of training

Introduction

  • Theoretical introduction
  • Software use and capabilities
  • Interface overview and getting started

 

Digitized Shape Editor

  • Importing point cloud
  • Operations on the point cloud
  • Creating and editing the element mesh
  • Scanning surfaces and curves
  • Point cloud integration
  • Generating cross-sections, scans and curves on the mesh
  • Point cloud export

 

Quick Surface Reconstruction

  • Curve analysis
  • Creating curves on the basis of scans
  • Creating sketches on the basis of scans
  • Creating 3D curves
  • Trimming curves with no common points in the space
  • Trimming contours
  • Creating curves on a spatial grid
  • Deviation analysis
  • Creating networks
  • Creating surfaces on the basic of networks

CATIA V5 Basic training scope

Catia V5

  • Introduction
  • Software features and usability
  • Interface overview
  • New document creation methods
  • Overview of system settings and adapting the to the user
  • Useful keyboard shortcuts

 

Sketcher

  • Overview of tools for defining profiles
  • Operation tools – rounding, chamfering
  • External geometry projection methods
  • Transformation options
  • Geometry dimensioning techniques
  • Definition of geometric constraints
  • Basic sketch analysis methods
  • Sketch animation

 

Part Design

  • Introduction to solid modelling – geometry construction methods
  • Overview of operation tree structure
  • Basic operations of solid geometry construction
  • Solid editing operations
  • Solid transformation methods
  • Reproduction of operations in formation
  • Model construction using basic Boolean operations
  • Defining reference materials
  • Visualisation methods
  • Basic solid parameter measurement
  • Analysis of threads and inclines
  • Basics of model parameterisation

 

Wireframe & Surface Design

  • Introduction to surface modelling
  • Basic wireframe construction techniques
  • Basic surface creation tools
  • Surface operations – trimming, cutting, rounding
  • Using surface modelling for solid model construction (hybrid modelling)

 

Assembly Design

  • Assembly construction and management methods
  • Manipulating and positioning components
  • Definition of joints
  • Analysis of joins and degrees of freedom
  • Basics of spatial relation analysis – collision detection
  • Measurements between components

 

Drafting

  • Methods of creating 2D draft documentation
  • Defining the background – adding frame and drawing table
  • Adding basic views and projections to the documentation
  • Dimensioning methods
  • Adding text and drawing annotations
  • Managing views and drawing sheets

 

 

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