Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Use different meshers such as the advanced surface mesher, beam meshers, and the Octree triangle mesh
- Create a new mesh by using an existing mesh with the help of transformation and operation tools
- Edit the mesh by using mesh editing tools available in the meshers mentioned above
-Analyse the mesh quality by using the “Quality Analysis” function and tools such as Free Edges, Duplicate elements, Duplicate Nodes, Checking meshing interference, etc.
- Create a mesh using mesh transformations such as translating, rotating or symmetry on
3D meshed parts
- Analyse meshes using available quality criteria
- Import/export mesh from/to CATIA
- Define and personalise material properties
- Define virtual parts and apply them to specific restraints and multi-loads
- Create cut sections with which you can view internal results
- Calculate and refine a mesh by using an adaptive meshing for enhanced precision
- Use different types of hypotheses for an assembly analysis
- Define the analysis connections between assembly components
- Use existing assembly constraints to automatically create connections
- Assign a connection property to the appropriate analysis connection
- Calculate a static analysis
- Create and manage an assembly analysis model from existing meshed parts.
CATIA V5 GPS-GSO
FMD: VOLUME MESHING COMPONENT
This course will allow you to discover how to generate a 3D tetrahedral mesh using the transformation methods used to create new meshed models from an existing 2D or 3D mesh. You will learn to analyse the quality of the mesh obtained as well as view elements of the inner mesh.
• What is the solid mesh?
• User interface
• Overview of the commands and their respective icons
• Access the Advanced Meshing Tools workbench
Tetrahedron filler (based on a meshed closed volume and the GHS3D algorithm):
• What is tetrahedron filling?
• Global meshing parameters
• Description of the overall process of generating a tetrahedron filling
The Octree tetrahedron mesher:
• What is the Octree tetrahedron mesher?
• Global and local parameters
• The quality parameters taken into account during meshing
• Other parameters such as simplifying geometric details, the size of an internal mesh, etc.
Meshing by scanning (hexahedron and pentahedron) or meshing by extruding a 2D mesh (triangle or quadrangle) in a 3D volume:
• What is mesh sweeping?
• Generating a solid mesh using the sweep 3D
• Description of the overall process of generating a sweep mesh
• Defining a transformation (translation, rotation and symmetry)
• Generating a volume mesh through translation
• Generating a volume mesh through rotation
Volume mesh ((hexahedron, pentahedron) by extruding a 2D mesh (triangle, quadrangle) through a geometric transformation:
• Defining the mesh by extrusion
• Extruding a 2D mesh through translation, rotation,
• symmetry, along a 3D curve
Mesh analysis tools:
• Element quality (Distortion, Jacobian)
• Cut section
FMS: SURFACE MESHING
This course will allow you to discover how to create an FE model for a complex surface part, and how to simplify the geometric data to optimise the meshing process.
You will also learn how to manage the surface and beam meshes, modify meshes and nodes, and to control their interface and quality.
• Advanced surface meshing
• Ocktree triangle surface meshing
• Mesh operations and transformations
• Mesh updating
• Mesh analysis tools
• Importing/exporting meshes
• Welding connections
DATES ET LIEUX DE FORMATION
Training available on site or at KEONYS training centres