Supports the learning of Simcenter products to optimize design and predict performance in product development. The content will prepare engineers with the skills required to use the software tools for system simulation, 3D CAE, CFD modeling and testing for structural analyses to fluid simulation to electric motor design. The software products training that is included but not limited to are Simcenter STAR-CCM+, Simcenter 3D, Simcenter SPEED and Simcenter Amesim.

- 12 month subscription
- Access to cloud-based environment for hands-on lab exercises
- Access to new training content added during the subscription period
- Knowledge assessments to measure learning progress

Learning Paths provide guided chapters on a subject. Tracks are curated collections of Learning Paths that focus on a specific skill.

Select a Track to focus on developing the skills you need most.

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CAD Embedded CFD
Design Space Exploration using HEEDS
CFD analysis: Fundamentals of Simcenter STAR-CCM+
CFD analysis: Multiphase flows in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
CFD analysis: Geometry preparation using Simcenter STAR-CCM+
CFD Analysis: Advanced topics in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
Simcenter 3D Pre/Post
System modeling using Simcenter
Electric motor design using Simcenter SPEED
Simcenter 3D Acoustics
Simcenter 3D FE Model Correlation
Simcenter 3D Motion
Testing Solutions using Simcenter Testlab
Load data processing with Simcenter Tecware
Simcenter 3D Thermal Multiphysics
Simcenter Multimech
NX Basic Design
Simcenter MotorSolve

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D Pre/Post
- Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files
- Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models
- Assessment: Fundamentals of Using Pre/Post

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Fundamentals of using Pre/Post Intro

- What Can You Do with Simcenter 3D Pre/Post?
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Knowledge Check: Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post

- Simcenter 3D Files Overview
- Working with Simcenter 3D Files in Pre/Post
- Preparing the Model
- Modifying Model Geometry
- Solving the Model and Post-processing
- Lab: Using Simcenter 3D Files in an Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files

- Using Pre/Post Features
- Using Simcenter 3D Search
- Using the Simulation Navigator to Work with Your Model
- Lab: Working with a Model Using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Displaying a Model
- Lab: Displaying a Model
- Selecting Objects
- Using Selection Recipes
- Lab: Selecting Objects
- Using Groups
- Lab: Using Groups
- Working with Coordinate Systems
- Lab: Working with Coordinate Systems
- Knowledge Check: Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models
- Thank you for watching Fundamentals of using Pre/Post

- Assessment: Fundamentals of Using Pre/Post

Chapters

- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Meshing a Model
- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Assemblies
- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Defining Variable Conditions and Properties
- Modeling Symmetry
- Checking the Model and Resolving Problems
- Assessment: Preparing the Model for Analysis

Learn how to prepare a model for analysis by working with geometry, meshes, connections, assemblies, loads, and boundary conditions.

Learn how to prepare a model for analysis by working with geometry, meshes, connections, assemblies, loads, and boundary conditions.

- Loading a Model into Simcenter 3D
- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Using Synchronous Modeling to Model Parts
- Lab: Using Synchronous Modeling to Modify Parts
- Simplifying Geometry with Idealization
- Lab: Creating Midsurfaces before Meshing
- Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Lab Solution: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Knowledge Check: Preparing Geometry

- Selecting a Mesh and Element Type
- Creating a Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
- Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Lab: Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Physical Properties for a Mesh
- Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Splitting Complex Bodies for Hexahedral Meshing
- Lab: Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 1D Mesh
- Controlling the Mesh Display
- Creating Mesh Mating Conditions to Connnect Meshes
- Lab: Creating Mesh Mating Conditions
- Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Lab: Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Controlling Mesh Density
- Lab: Controlling Mesh Density
- Setting Element Size and Surface Curvature
- Lab: Modifying Element Size
- Lab: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Lab Solution: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Knowledge Check: Meshing

- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Pinned Connections
- Lab: Modeling Pinned Connections
- Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Lab: Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Modeling Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Edge-Surface Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Surface-Surface Glue Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections Using Nuts
- Lab: Modeling a Bolted Connection with a Nut
- Lab: Applying Bolt Pre-loads
- Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Modeling Universal Connections
- Lab: Connecting Bodies
- Lab Solution: Connecting Bodies
- Lab: Modeling Bolt Universal Connections
- Lab Solution: Modeling Bolt Universal Connections
- Knowledge Check: Modeling Connections

- Modeling Assemblies
- Modeling an Assembly FEM from a CAD Assembly
- Modeling an Assembly FEM without a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling an Associative Assembly FEM
- Lab: Modeling a Non-associative Assembly FEM
- Knowledge Check: Modeling Assemblies

- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Nastran Structural Loads
- Nastran Structural Constraints
- Applying Loads
- Applying Constraints
- Lab: Applying Loads and Constraints
- Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Lab Solution: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Knowledge Check: Applying Boundary Conditions

- Using Fields
- Types of Fields
- Using Fields to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Using Fields to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Lab: Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Field to Define Material Properties
- Lab: Using a Field to Define Nonlinear Material Properties
- Displaying Fields
- Lab: Displaying Fields
- Using Expressions
- Defining Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Defining a Variable Boundary Condition
- Lab Solution: Defining a Variable Boundary Condition
- Knowledge Check: Defining Variable Conditions and Properties

- Symmetry Modeling Overview
- Lab: Modeling a Cyclic Symmetric Structure
- Lab: Modeling an Axisymmetric Structure
- Lab: Using Plane Stress Elements in a Axisymmetric Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Modeling Symmetry

- Checking Mesh Quality
- Techniques for Resolving Mesh Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Mesh Quality Problems
- Checking the Model Before Solving
- Techniques for Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Knowledge Check: Checking the Model and Resolving Problems

- Assessment: Preparing the Model for Analysis

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D Pre/Post - 2021.2
- Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files - 2021.2
- Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models - 2021.2
- Assessment: Fundamentals of Using Pre/Post - 2021.2

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Fundamentals of using Pre/Post Intro

- What Can You Do with Pre/Post?
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Assessment: Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post

- Simcenter 3D Files Overview
- Working with Simcenter 3D Files in Pre/Post
- Preparing the Model
- Modifying Model Geometry
- Solving the Model and Post-processing
- Lab: Using Simcenter 3D Files in an Analysis
- Assessment: Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files

- Using Pre/Post Features
- Using the Simulation Navigator to Work with Your Model
- Lab: Working with a Model Using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Displaying a Model
- Lab: Displaying a Model
- Selecting Objects
- Using Selection Recipes
- Lab: Selecting Objects
- Using Groups
- Lab: Using Groups
- Working with Coordinate Systems
- Lab: Working with Coordinate Systems
- Assessment: Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models
- Thank you for watching Fundamentals of using Pre/Post

- Assessment: Fundamentals of Using Pre/Post

Chapters

- Preparing Geometry for Meshing - 2021.1
- Meshing a Model - 2021.1
- Modeling Connections - 2021.1
- Modeling Assemblies - 2021.1
- Applying Boundary Conditions - 2021.1
- Defining Variable Conditions and Properties - 2021.1
- Modeling Symmetry - 2021.1
- Checking the Model and Resolving Problems - 2021.1

Learn how to prepare a model for analysis by working with geometry, meshes, connections, assemblies, loads, and boundary conditions.

- Loading a Model into Simcenter 3D
- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Using Synchronous Modeling to Model Parts
- Lab: Using Synchronous Modeling to Modify Parts
- Simplifying Geometry with Idealization
- Lab: Creating Midsurfaces before Meshing
- Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Lab Solution: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Assessment: Preparing Geometry

- Selecting a Mesh and Element Type
- Creating a Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
- Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Lab: Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Physical Properties for a Mesh
- Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Splitting Complex Bodies for Hexahedral Meshing
- Creating a 2D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 1D Mesh
- Controlling the Mesh Display
- Creating Mesh Mating Conditions to Connnect Meshes
- Lab: Creating Mesh Mating Conditions
- Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Lab: Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Controlling Mesh Density
- Lab: Controlling Mesh Density
- Setting Element Size and Surface Curvature
- Lab: Modifying Element Size
- Lab: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Lab Solution: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing

- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Pinned Connections
- Lab: Modeling Pinned Connections
- Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Lab: Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Modeling Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Edge-Surface Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Surface-Surface Glue Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections Using Nuts
- Lab: Modeling a Bolted Connection with a Nut
- Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Applying Bolt Pre-loads
- Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Connecting Bodies
- Lab Answer: Connecting Bodies
- Assessment: Modeling Connections

- Modeling Assemblies
- Modeling an Assembly FEM from a CAD Assembly
- Modeling an Assembly FEM without a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling an Associative Assembly FEM
- Lab: Modeling a Non-associative Assembly FEM
- Assessment: Modeling Assemblies

- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Nastran Structural Loads
- Nastran Structural Constraints
- Applying Loads
- Applying Constraints
- Lab: Applying Loads and Constraints
- Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Lab Answer: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Assessment: Applying Boundary Conditions

- Using Fields
- Types of Fields
- Using Fields to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Using Fields to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Lab: Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Field to Define Material Properties
- Lab: Using a Field to Define Nonlinear Material Properties
- Displaying Fields
- Lab: Displaying Fields
- Using Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Defining a Variable Boundary Condition
- Lab Solution: Defining a Variable Boundary Condition
- Assessment: Defining Variable Conditions and Properties

- Symmetry Modeling Overview
- Lab: Modeling a Cyclic Symmetric Structure
- Lab: Modeling an Axisymmetric Structure
- Lab: Using Plane Stress Elements in a Axisymmetric Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Modeling Symmetry

- Checking Mesh Quality
- Techniques for Resolving Mesh Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Mesh Quality Problems
- Checking the Model Before Solving
- Techniques for Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Assessment: Checking the Model and Resolving Problems

Chapters

- Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis - 2021.1
- Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows - 2021.1
- Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows - 2021.1

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

- Using Solutions and Subcases
- Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Lab: Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Defining Solution Attributes
- Setting Solver Parameters
- Solving the Model
- Dealing with Common Solver Errors
- Validating Results
- Assessment: Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis

- Structural Analysis Overview
- Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Using Subcase Versus Global Constraints
- Assessment: Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows

- Nonlinear Analysis Overview
- Setting Up a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
- Using Time Steps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Lab: Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Assessment: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows

Chapters

- Displaying Results in Post Views - 2021.1
- Manipulating Results Data - 2021.1
- Graphing Results - 2021.1
- Saving and Restoring Views - 2021.1
- Generating Reports - 2021.1

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

- Displaying Results Overview
- Displaying Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Results in a Post View
- Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Lab: Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Lab: Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Animating Results
- Lab: Animating Results
- Annotating Results
- Lab: Annotating Results
- Displaying More Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Lab: Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Calculating and Displaying Beam Stresses
- Lab: Displaying Beam Stresses
- Displaying Symmetry Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Axisymmetric Results in a Post View
- Displaying Results in the Results Viewer
- Lab: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Lab Solution: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views

- Manipulating Results Data Overview
- Identifying and Outputting Results
- Lab: Identifying and Outputting Results
- Creating Custom Results
- Lab: Creating Custom Results
- Combining and Enveloping Results
- Lab: Enveloping and Combining Results
- Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Lab: Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Assessment: Manipulating Results Data

- Graphing Overview
- Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Lab: Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Lab: Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Graphing Results Across Iterations
- Lab: Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Plotting Two Functions
- Lab: Plotting Two Functions
- Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Graphing Results
- Lab Answer: Graphing Results
- Assessment: Graphing Results

- Saving and Restoring Views
- Saving and Restoring Layout States to Set Up Views
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Layout States to Set Up Views
- Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Assessment: Saving and Restoring Views

- Introduction to Creating Reports
- Generating a Report
- Customizing a Report Template
- Assessment: Generating Reports

Chapter

- Learning Center Overview and CAD Embedded CFD Curriculum

Learn how to navigate through the Learning Center.

Learn how to navigate through the Learning Center.

- Learning Center Overview
- Video, Quiz, and Lab Times

Chapters

- FloEFD for Solid Edge Learning Path Overview
- Introduction to FloEFD
- FloEFD Project Creation
- Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Solving and Post Processing
- FloEFD Meshing
- Parametric Study
- FloEFD Advanced Meshing

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for Solid Edge with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for Solid Edge with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

- Learning Path Overview

- Introduction to CFD
- The Numerical Basis of FloEFD
- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing Technology
- Knowledge Check 1: Introduction to FloEFD
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 1
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 2
- What Does FloEFD Do?
- Knowledge Check 2: Introduction to FloEFD

- Getting started with FloEFD
- FloEFD Project Creation
- FloEFD Computational Domain and File Structure
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Project Creation
- Lab: FloEFD Project Creation
- Assessment: FloEFD Project Creation

- Boundary Conditions in FloEFD
- Introduction to Goals In FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 1: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Goals Setup In FloEFD
- Basic Automatic Meshing in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 2: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Lab: Boundary Conditions and Goals Setup

- Solving and Monitoring
- Post Processing: Cut Plots and Surface Plots
- Knowledge Check 1: Solving and Post Processing
- Post Processing: Isosurface Plots and Flow Trajectories
- Post Processing: Numerical Results
- Knowledge Check 2: Solving and Post Processing
- Lab: Solving and Monitoring
- Assessment: Solving and Post Processing

- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing
- Manual Global Mesh Settings
- Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Meshing
- Additional Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Local Mesh Settings
- Knowledge Check 2: FloEFD Meshing
- Lab: Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Lab: Mesh Optimization
- Assessment: FloEFD Meshing

- Introduction to Parametric Studies
- Parametric Study Creation
- DOE and Optimization in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 1: Parametric Study

- Advanced Refinement Settings
- Control Planes
- Solution Adaptive Meshing
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Advanced Meshing
- Assessment: FloEFD Advanced Meshing

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview - Product Design
- Introduction to FloEFD for NX
- FloEFD for NX Project Creation
- Boundary Conditions and Goals in FloEFD for NX
- Solving and Post Processing in FloEFD for NX
- FloEFD for NX Meshing
- FloEFD for NX Parametric Study
- FloEFD for NX Advanced Meshing

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for NX with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for NX with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Product Design track Intro

- Introduction to CFD
- The Numerical Basis of FloEFD
- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing Technology
- Knowledge Check 1: Introduction to FloEFD
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 1
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 2
- What Does FloEFD Do?
- Knowledge Check 2: Create Project
- Assessment: Introduction to FloEFD

- Getting Started with FloEFD
- FloEFD Project Creation
- FloEFD Computational Domain and File Structure
- Knowledge Check: FloEFD Project Creation
- Lab: FloEFD Project Creation
- Assessment: FloEFD Project Creation

- Boundary Conditions in FloEFD
- Introduction to Goals in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 1: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Goals Setup in FloEFD
- Basic Automatic Meshing in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 2: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Lab: Boundary Conditions and Goals Setup
- Assessment: Boundary Conditions and Goals

- Solving and Monitoring
- Post Processing: Cut Plots and Surface Plots
- Knowledge Check 1: Solving and Post Processing
- Post Processing: Isosurface Plots and Flow Trajectories
- Post Processing: Numerical Results
- Knowledge Check 2: Solving and Post Processing
- Lab: Solving and Post Processing
- Assessment: Solving and Post Processing

- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing
- Manual Global Mesh Settings
- Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Meshing
- Additional Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Local Mesh Settings
- Knowledge Check 2: FloEFD Meshing
- Lab: Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Assessment: Meshing

- Introduction to Parametric Studies
- Parametric Study Creation
- DOE and Optimization in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD for NX Parametric Study
- Assessment: FloEFD for NX Parametric Study

- Advanced Refinement Settings
- Control Planes
- Solution Adaptive Meshing
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Advanced Meshing
- Assessment: FloEFD Advanced Meshing

Chapters

- Introduction to FloEFD for Creo
- FloEFD for Creo Project Creation
- Boundary Conditions and Goals in FloEFD for Creo
- Solving & Post Processing in FloEFD for Creo
- FloEFD for Creo Meshing
- FloEFD for Creo Parametric Study
- FloEFD for Creo Advanced Meshing

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for Creo with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for Creo with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

- Introduction to CFD
- The Numerical Basis of FloEFD
- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing Technology
- Knowledge Check 1: Introduction to FloEFD
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 1
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 2
- What Does FloEFD Do?
- Knowledge Check 2: Introduction to FloEFD
- Assessment: Introduction to FloEFD

- Getting started with FloEFD
- FloEFD Project Creation
- FloEFD Computational Domain and File Structure
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Project Creation
- Lab: FloEFD Project Creation
- Assessment: FloEFD Project Creation

- Boundary Conditions in FloEFD
- Introduction to Goals In FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 1: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Goals Setup in FloEFD
- Basic Automatic Meshing in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 2: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Lab: Boundary Conditions and Goals Setup
- Assessment: Boundary Conditions and Goals

- Solving & Monitoring
- Post Processing: Cut Plots, & Surface Plots
- Knowledge Check 1: Solving & Post Processing
- Post Processing: Isosurface plots, & Flow Trajectories
- Post Processing: Numerical Results
- Knowledge Check 2: Solving & Post Processing
- Lab: Solving & Monitoring
- Assessment: Solving & Post Processing

- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing
- Manual Global Mesh Settings
- Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Meshing
- Additional Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Local Mesh Settings
- Knowledge Check 2: FloEFD Meshing
- Lab: Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Assessment: FloEFD Meshing

- Introduction to Parametric Studies
- Parametric Study Creation
- DOE & Optimization in FloEFD
- Assessment: Parametric Study

- Advanced Refinement Settings
- Control Planes
- Solution Adaptive Meshing
- Lab: Mesh Optimization
- Assessment: FloEFD Advanced Meshing

Chapters

- Introduction to FloEFD Standalone
- FloEFD Standalone Project Creation
- Boundary Conditions and Goals in FloEFD Standalone
- Solving & Post Processing in FloEFD Standalone
- FloEFD Standalone Meshing
- FloEFD Standalone Parametric Study
- FloEFD Standalone Advanced Meshing

This course will provide new users of FloEFD Standalone with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

This course will provide new users of FloEFD Standalone with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

- Introduction to CFD
- The Numerical Basis of FloEFD
- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing Technology
- Knowledge Check 1: Introduction to FloEFD
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 1
- FloEFD Capabilities Part 2
- What Does FloEFD Do?
- Knowledge Check 2: Introduction to FloEFD
- Assessment: Introduction to FloEFD

- Getting started with FloEFD
- FloEFD Project Creation
- FloEFD Computational Domain and File Structure
- Lab: FloEFD Project Creation
- Assessment: FloEFD Project Creation

- Boundary Conditions in FloEFD
- Introduction to Goals In FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 1: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Goals Setup in FloEFD
- Basic Automatic Meshing in FloEFD
- Knowledge Check 2: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Lab: Boundary Conditions and Goals Setup
- Assessment: Boundary Conditions and Goals

- Solving & Monitoring
- Post Processing: Cut Plots, & Surface Plots
- Knowledge Check 1: Solving & Post Processing
- Post Processing: Isosurface plots, & Flow Trajectories
- Post Processing: Numerical Results
- Knowledge Check 2: Solving & Post Processing
- Lab: Solving & Monitoring
- Assessment: Solving & Post Processing

- Introduction to FloEFD Meshing
- Manual Global Mesh Settings
- Solution Adaptive Meshing
- Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Knowledge Check 1: FloEFD Meshing
- Additional Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Local Mesh Settings
- Knowledge Check 2: FloEFD Meshing
- Lab: Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Assessment: FloEFD Meshing

- Introduction to Parametric Studies
- Parametric study creation
- DOE & Optimization in FloEFD
- Assessment: Parametric Study

- Advanced Refinement Settings
- Control Planes
- Solution Adaptive Meshing
- Lab: Mesh Optimization
- Assessment: FloEFD Advanced Meshing

Chapters

- The Design Process in Simcenter SPEED
- Explaining the Simcenter SPEED Graphical User Interface
- Working with Material Databases

Learn about the history of Simcenter SPEED, the steps in the design process, the intricacies of the GUI and how material is added to databases.

Learn about the history of Simcenter SPEED, the steps in the design process, the intricacies of the GUI and how material is added to databases.

- Navigating the Simcenter SPEED Software
- Design Process in the Simcenter SPEED programs
- Knowledge Check: Design Process in Simcenter SPEED

- Customizing the look and feel of Simcenter SPEED
- Lab: Customizing the GUI
- Customizing the Outline Editor
- Knowledge Check: Outline Editor
- Explaining the Tabs in the Winding Editor
- Knowledge Check: Winding Editor
- Entering Solver Parameters in the Template and Custom Editors
- Lab: Working with Custom Editors
- Differentiating between Analysis Types and Various Output Panels
- Knowledge Check: Analysis Types
- Lab: Creating a Custom Output Editor
- Creating a Custom Output Editor
- Discovering helpful Tools
- Knowledge Check: Graphical User Interface

- Preparing Material in the Steel Material Database
- Knowledge Check: Steel Material
- Calculating Losses of Steel Material
- Knowledge Check: Steel Material Losses
- Working with Magnet and Brush Material Databases
- Lab: Editing Steel in the Material Database
- Knowledge Check: Material in Simcenter SPEED

Chapters

- Introducing Synchronous Machines
- Designing a Brushless DC Machine with Surface Permanent Magnet
- Running Finite Element Analyses
- Designing a synchronous machine with Interior Permanent Magnet and sinewave drive

The advantages of synchronous machines are outlined and you learn how to create a first design of a surface permanent magnet machine.

The advantages of synchronous machines are outlined and you learn how to create a first design of a surface permanent magnet machine.

- Advantages of permanent magnet machines
- Perusing Characteristics of Permanent Magnet Machines
- General Sizing Considerations for Electrical Machines
- Calculating Torque and Considerations about Slot-Pole Combinations
- Considering Thermal Options
- Introducing Synchronous Machines

- Sizing the brushless DC machine
- Setting Up the Winding
- Knowledge Check: Winding
- Lab: Starting the Design of a Fan Blower Motor
- Analyzing the Dynamic Design of a SPM Machines
- Analyzing a SPM Machines using Custom Editors
- Knowledge Check: Customization
- Lab: Creating Custom Editors and bringing the Current Density down
- Lab answer: Creating Custom Editors and bringing the Current Density down
- Running the Torque/Speed Characteristic
- Lab: Analyzing the Torque/Speed Characteristic
- Knowledge Check: Machine with Surface Permanent Magnet

- Overview of GoFER Options in PC-BDC
- Employing GoFER to Calculating the Back EMF Waveform
- Lab: Calculating the bemf waveform using PC-FEA
- Employing GoFER to Investigate the Saturation Level
- Lab: Estimating the Saturation Level using PC-FEA
- Lab answer: Estimating the Saturation Level using PC-FEA
- Employing GoFER to Calculate the Cogging Torque Waveform
- Lab: Calculating the Cogging Torque Waveform using PC-FEA
- Lab answer: Calculating the Cogging Torque Waveform using PC-FEA
- Employing GoFER to Investigate the Demagnetization Characteristic
- Lab: Determining the Occurrence of Demagnetization using PC-FEA
- Lab answer: Determining the Occurrence of Demagnetization using PC-FEA
- Knowledge Check: Running Finite Element Analyses

- Sizing the IPM Machine
- Defining the Winding in the Winding Editor
- Estimating the number of turns per coil
- Running out of Voltage - Analysis
- Testing the influence of skewing
- Running out of Voltage – Evaluating the phasor diagram
- Running out of Voltage - Solution
- Lab: Evaluating a Phasor Diagram
- Running an i-psi loop FE analysis
- Analyzing the i-psi loop GoFER analysis
- Lab: Improving the Design to achieve the expected Shaft Torque
- Lab answer: Achieving the expected Shaft Torque
- Automating an i-psi FE analysis
- Lab: Automating an i-psi FE analysis
- Lab answer: Automating an i-psi FE analysis
- Knowledge check: Designing a synchronous machine with Interior Permanent Magnet and sinewave drive

Chapters

- Heat Transfer Introduction
- Workflow Heat Transfer
- Solar Radiation
- Advanced Heat Transfer
- Heat Transfer Coefficients
- Thermal Radiation

Practice the setup of CHT and radiation simulations, consider mesh/prism mesh requirements. Difference between heat transfer coefficients in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Practice the setup of CHT and radiation simulations, consider mesh/prism mesh requirements. Difference between heat transfer coefficients in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

- Chapter Contents: Heat Transfer Introduction
- Heat Transfer
- Multi-Region Meshing
- Meshing Thin Regions
- CHT Interfaces
- Applying Heat Energy
- Turbulence
- Convergence and Data Analysis
- Assessment: Heat Transfer Introduction

- Chapter Contents: Workflow Heat Transfer
- Practice: Geometry Overview
- Practice: Prism Layer Thickness Analysis
- Practice: Mesh Settings
- Practice: Mesh Check
- Practice: Physics Continua
- Practice: Boundaries and Solvers
- Practice: Reports and Plots
- Practice: Results Analysis
- Lab: Workflow Heat Transfer
- Assessment: Workflow Heat Transfer

- Chapter Contents: Solar Radiation
- Solar Radiation Theory
- Practice: Geometry Overview
- Practice: Physics Setup
- Practice: Radiation Patches
- Practice: Solver Setup
- Practice: Results Analysis
- Lab: Solar Radiation
- Assessment: Solar Radiation

- Chapter Contents: Advanced Heat Transfer
- Conduction Properties
- Transient Flows
- Convective Flows
- Laminar Flows
- Turbulence Modeling
- Compressible Flows
- Fan and Heat Exchanger Interfaces
- Benchmark Cases
- Assessment: Advanced Heat Transfer

- Chapter Contents: Heat Transfer Coefficients
- Heat Transfer Coefficients
- Mesh Considerations
- Worked Example: Pipe
- Comparison of HTC
- Effects on Coarser Meshes
- Lab: Heat Transfer Coefficients
- Assessment: Heat Transfer Coefficients

- Chapter Contents: Thermal Radiation
- Radiation Overview
- Surface-to-Surface (S2S) Model
- Discrete Ordinate Method (DOM)
- Radiative Boundary Conditions
- Practice: Thermal Radiation
- Practice: Boundary Conditions
- Practice: Radiation Patches
- Practice: Solver, Reports, Scenes
- Practice: Analysis
- Lab: Thermal Radiation
- Assessment: Thermal Radiation

Chapters

- Creating Reports, Plots and Scenes - 2020.2
- Color and Light Effects in Scenes - 2020.2
- Activating volume rendering in scenes - 2020.2
- Accessing solution data - 2020.2
- Playing screens - 2020.2

Create basic and advanced Data Analysis to analyze the solution and highlight flow structures.

Create basic and advanced Data Analysis to analyze the solution and highlight flow structures.

- Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Reports
- Discussing Effective Data Analysis
- Refining Display In Scenes
- Visualizing Boundary Heat Flux
- Lab: Setting Up Basic Data Analysis
- Lab Answer: Setting Up Basic Data Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Creating Reports, Plots and Scenes

- Creating a Color Bar
- Color Theory
- Adding Light Effects in Scenes
- Using different Views in Scenes
- Lab: Creating a Color Map for Color Blind People
- Lab Answer: Creating a Color Map for Color Blind People
- Knowledge Check: Color and Light Effects in Scenes

- Creating a Resampled Volume
- Using Color Maps for Rendered Volumes
- Lab: Dealing with colormaps and resampled volumes
- Improving Displayer Settings for Rendered Volumes
- Lab: Light your scene up
- Lab: Improving a Scene with Volume Rendering
- Lab Answer: Improving a Scene with Volume Rendering
- Knowledge Check: Volume rendering
- What is advanced rendering?
- Enhancing Volume Rendering
- Casting shadows
- Knowledge Check: Advanced rendering
- Adding Rendering Materials
- Emitting light locally from a displayer
- Lab: Rendering the scene expertly
- Knowledge Check: Activating volume rendering in scenes

- Overview of derived parts
- What are warp derived parts?
- Effective communication using derived parts
- Effective communication using plots
- What is solution history?
- Creating solution history
- Analyzing solution history data
- Lab: Creating solution history
- Lab: Analyzing solution history
- Lab answer: Analyzing solution history
- How does data focus work?
- Creating data focus in plots for scenes
- Lab: Applying data focus
- Knowledge Check: Accessing solution data

- What is screenplay?
- Creating a single action playing on screen
- Lab: Playing a single action on screen
- Creating multiple actions playing on screen
- Lab: Adding multiple actions to a screenplay
- Lab answer: Adding multiple actions to a screenplay
- Discovering advanced actions
- Creating advanced actions playing on screen
- Lab: Setting up advanced screenplay actions
- Lab answer: Setting up advanced screenplay actions
- Knowledge check: Discovering screenplay visualization

Chapters

- Preparing the Geometry
- Meshing Setup
- Physics Model and Value Definitions
- Simulation Setup, Data Analysis and Reporting
- Converting a simulation file into a template file
- Using Simulation Operations

The overall goal is to establish an efficient meshing workflow to support simulations containing geometries with hundreds to thousands of individual parts.

The overall goal is to establish an efficient meshing workflow to support simulations containing geometries with hundreds to thousands of individual parts.

- Geometry Import
- Organize and Imprint Geometry
- Divide Surfaces
- Bounded Shape
- Extract Volume
- Lab: Geometry Preparation
- Knowledge Check: Geometry Preparation

- Chapter Introduction and Tags
- Regions and Interfaces
- Mesh Operations
- Mesh Pipeline and Interface Initialization
- Comparison Views
- Lab: Meshing Setup
- Knowledge Check: Meshing Setup

- Chapter Introduction and Physics Continua
- Solid Materials
- Values Using Part Subgroups
- Values Using Surface Subgroups
- Custom Trees
- Lab: Physics Model and Value Definitions
- Knowledge Check: Physics Model and Value Definitions

- Introduction
- CFL Number and Simulation Comments
- Reports and Monitors
- Stopping Criteria
- Scenes
- Window Layouts, Serial to Parallel, Run Solver, and Monitoring the Solution
- LED Heating Power Reports
- Data Analysis on Sub Surfaces
- Summary Reports
- Custom Summary Reports
- Lab: Simulation Setup, Data Analysis, and Reporting
- Knowledge Check: Simulation Setup, Data Analysis, and Reporting

- Dynamic queries in the meshing pipeline
- Dynamic Queries for Regions, Boundaries, and Interfaces
- Lab: Setting up the first queries
- Lab: Dynamic queries for solid material
- Lab Answer: Dynamic queries for solid material
- Reports with Dynamic Queries
- Lab: Adjusting part surface selection in reports
- Selecting Objects in Scene Displayers using Dynamic Queries
- Lab: Completing and testing the template
- Lab Answer: Completing and testing the template
- Assessment: Converting a Simulation File into a Template File

- Discovering Simulation Operations
- Demonstrating the setup of Simulation Operations
- Lab: Mesh and run using Simulation Operations
- Lab answer: Mesh and run using Simulation Operations
- Introducing the multi-time scale approach
- Understanding the simulation setup
- Automating the alternating solution of two physics
- Setting up the Simulation Operation
- Lab: Using Simulation Operations in a CHT simulation
- Lab answer: Using Simulation Operations in a CHT simulation
- Knowledge Check: Using Simulation Operations

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Introduction to Simcenter Amesim
- Simcenter Amesim workflow and helpful features
- Data import and useful table features
- Application Example
- Supercomponents
- Interfaces overview
- Additional Features
- Assessment: Getting Started with Simcenter Amesim

Introduction to the Simcenter Amesim, use of the software as well as the modeling and simulation process

Introduction to the Simcenter Amesim, use of the software as well as the modeling and simulation process

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Getting started with Simcenter Amesim Intro

- Simcenter Amesim Overview
- Multi-domain and multi-level capability
- Component Libraries
- Help demos and library search
- Starting and opening models
- GUI overview
- Lab: Introduction to Simcenter Amesim
- Knowledge Check: Simcenter Amesim overview

- Workflow modes
- Sketch mode
- Submodel mode
- Parameter mode
- Plotting variables
- Purge
- Lab: Build a simple Simcenter Amesim model
- Knowledge Check: Simcenter Amesim workflow

- Working with tables
- Interpolation, extrapolation and other Table Editor tools
- Using data import tool
- Creating data files in a model
- Lab: Table features
- Knowledge check: Data import and Useful Table Features

- Build an application model
- Simulate, analyze and report results
- Performance Analyzer
- Linear Analysis
- Post-processing window
- Plots and Animation
- Lab: Build a simple model
- Lab Answer: Solution to principle lab
- Knowledge check: Application example

- Create supercomponents
- Save and encrypt supercomponents
- Customize supercomponents
- Lab: Supercomponents overview
- Knowledge Check: Supercomponents

- Functional mock-up interface
- Scripting interfaces
- Software Interface
- Lab: FMI Interface
- Knowledge Check: Interfaces overview

- Customize preferences menu
- Units and unit management
- CAD Import
- Lab: Starter files
- Lab: CAD Import
- Knowledge Check: Additional Features
- Lab: Customize settings and optimize design
- Lab Answer: Solution to principle lab

- Assessment: Getting Started with Simcenter Amesim

Chapters

- Analysis with Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics - 2020.1
- Meshing a Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics Model - 2020.1
- Setting Up and Solving a Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics Solution - 2020.1
- Analysis with Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM - 2020.1
- Meshing a Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM Model - 2020.1
- Setting Up and Solving a Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM Solution - 2020.1
- Model and Load Pre-Processing - 2020.1
- Using Alternate Component Representations in Acoustics Models - 2020.1
- Assessment: Working with Acoustics Models - 2020.1

This learning path teaches users how to prepare an acoustics model and review analysis results.

This learning path teaches users how to prepare an acoustics model and review analysis results.

- Introduction to Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Analyzing an Acoustics Model in Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Lab: Analyzing an Acoustics Model in Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Knowledge Check: Introduction to Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics

- Meshes for Acoustic Models
- Acoustic Mesh Types
- Meshing Structural Models
- Lab: Meshing Structural Models
- Meshing for Interior Acoustic Analysis (FEM)
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Interior Acoustic Analysis (FEM)
- Meshing for External Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Exterior Acoustic Analysis (FEM)
- Creating a Microphone Mesh
- Lab: Creating a Microphone Mesh
- Acoustic Materials
- Lab: Meshing a Nastran FEM Acoustics Model
- Lab Solution: Meshing a Nastran FEM Acoustics Model
- Lab: Meshing a Nastran FEM Vibro-acoustics Model
- Lab Solution Part 1: Meshing a Nastran FEM Vibro-acoustics Model
- Lab Solution: Part 2: Meshing a Nastran FEM Vibro-acoustics Model
- Knowledge Check: Meshing a Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics Model

- Setting Up and Solving an Acoustics Model
- Nastran FEM Acoustics Solution Types
- Nastran FEM Acoustics Solution Parameters
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving an Acoustics Model
- Nastran FEM Acoustics Boundary Conditions
- Creating Nastran FEM Acoustics Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Creating Nastran FEM Acoustics Boundary Conditions
- Creating Loads for Nastran FEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Loads for Nastran FEM Acoustics Analysis
- Creating Constraints for Nastran FEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Constraints for Nastran FEM Acoustics Analysis
- Nastran FEM Acoustics Simulation Objects
- Creating Simulation Objects for Nastran FEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Simulation Objects for Nastran FEM Acoustics Analysis
- Solving the Nastran FEM Acoustics Model and Reviewing Results
- Post Processing Scenarios
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving a Nastran FEM Vibro-Acoustics Analysis
- Lab Solution: Part 1: Setting Up and Solving a Nastran FEM Vibro-Acoustics Analysis
- Lab Solution: Part 2: Setting Up and Solving a Nastran FEM Vibro-Acoustics Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Setting Up and Solving a Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics Solution

- Introduction to Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM
- Analyzing an Acoustics Model in Acoustics BEM
- Lab: Analyzing an Acoustics Model in Acoustics BEM
- Knowledge Check: Analysis with Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM

- Meshes for Acoustics Models
- Meshing for Direct BEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Direct BEM Analysis
- Meshing for Indirect BEM Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Indirect BEM Acoustic Analysis
- Acoustic Materials
- Lab: Meshing an Acoustics BEM Model
- Lab Solution: Meshing an Acoustics BEM Model
- Knowledge Check: Meshing a Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM Model

- Acoustics BEM Solution Types
- Acoustics BEM Solution Parameters
- Acoustics BEM Loads
- Creating Loads for Acoustics BEM Analysis
- Lab: Creating Loads for Acoustics BEM Analysis
- Acoustics BEM Simulation Objects
- Creating Simulation Objects for Acoustics BEM Analysis
- Lab: Creating Simulation Objects for Acoustics BEM Analysis
- Post Processing Scenarios
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving an Acoustics BEM Solution
- Lab Solution: Setting Up an Acoustics BEM Solution
- Lab Solution: Solving an Acoustics BEM Solution
- Knowledge Check: Setting Up and Solving a Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM Solution

- Model and Load Pre-Processing
- Transforming External Result Data for Acoustics Loads
- Lab: Using CFD Data to Create Fan Noise Loads
- Knowledge Check: Model and Load Pre-Processing

- Using Alternate Component Representations in Acoustics Models
- Creating a Mode Set
- Lab: Creating a Mode Set
- Using a Mode Set in an Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Using a Mode Set in an Acoustics Analysis
- Creating an FRF Set
- Lab: Creating an FRF Set
- Using ATVs as Alternate Component Representations
- Creating an ATV Set
- Lab: Creating an ATV Set
- Using an ATV Set to Evaluate ATV Response
- Lab: Evaluating ATV Response Using SOL 108
- Evaluating ATV Response Using Noise and Vibration
- Lab: Evaluating ATV Response Using Noise and Vibration
- Using an ATV Set to Evaluate MATV Response
- Lab: Evaluating MATV Response
- Creating an ATV Set for BEM Acoustics
- Lab: Creating an ATV Set for BEM Acoustics
- Evaluate ATV Response in BEM Acoustics
- Lab: Evaluating ATV Response in BEM Acoustics
- Knowledge Check: Using Alternate Component Representations in Acoustics Models

- Assessment: Working with Acoustics Models

Chapters

- Gearbox Noise Radiation - 2020.1
- Transmission Loss Using Duct Modes - 2020.1
- Panel Transmission Loss - 2020.1
- Compressor Noise Radiation - 2020.1
- Electric Motor Noise - 2020.1
- Pass-By Noise - 2020.1
- Wind Noise - 2020.1
- Aircraft Cabin Noise Using TBL Loads - 2020.1
- Fan Noise - 2020.1
- Satellite Vibration - 2020.1
- Assessment: Acoustics Analysis Applications - 2020.1

This learning path teaches users how to apply acoustics analysis to solve problems in industry.

This learning path teaches users how to apply acoustics analysis to solve problems in industry.

- Analyzing Gearbox Noise Radiation
- Lab: Analyzing Motion to Acoustics Gearbox Noise
- Lab Solution: Setting up the Gearbox Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Acoustic Model
- Lab Solution: Analyzing and Mapping Data
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving the Vibro-acoustics Model
- Knowledge Check: Gearbox Noise Radiation

- Analyzing Transmission Loss Using Duct Modes
- Lab: Analyzing Transmission Loss of a Muffler Using Duct Modes
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Finite Element Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving the Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Transmission Loss Using Duct Modes

- Analyzing Panel Transmission Loss
- Lab: Analyzing Aircraft Panel Transmission Loss
- Lab Solution: Setting up the Acoustic Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Lab Solution: Applying Static Pressure and Temperature
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Static Pressure and Temperature Results
- Lab Solution: Analyzing Narrow Band Results
- Knowledge Check: Panel Transmission Loss

- Using Binary Loads and Binary Nodes in Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Analyzing Compressor Noise Radiation Using Binary Displacement Loads
- Lab Solution: Importing the Model
- Lab Solution: Meshing the Model
- Lab Solution: Solving and Reviewing Results
- Lab: Analyzing Compressor Noise Radiation Using Binary Modes
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Finite Element Model
- Lab Solution: Solving and Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Compressor Noise Radiation

- Analyzing Electric Motor Noise
- Lab: Analyzing Electric Motor Noise
- Lab Solution: Defining the Structural Model
- Lab Solution: Importing and Mapping Force Loads
- Lab Solution: Solving and Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Electric Motor Noise

- Analyzing Pass By Noise
- Lab: Analyzing Car Engine Bay Noise
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Acoustic Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Acoustic Objects
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Acoustic Results
- Knowledge Check: Pass By Noise

- Analyzing Wind Noise
- Lab: Analyzing Wind Noise
- Lab Solution: Reviewing the Finite Element Model
- Lab Solution: Mapping CFD Loads
- Lab Solution: Setting up and Solving the Vibro-acoustic Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Wind Noise

- Analyzing Turbulent Boundary Layer Models
- Lab: Analyzing Aircraft Panel Noise
- Lab Solution: Setting up the Finite Element Model
- Lab Solution: Setting up and Solving for VATVs
- Lab Solution: Generating TBL Loading
- Lab Solution: Setting up, Solving, and Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Aircraft Cabin Noise Using TBL Loads

- Analyzing Fan Noise
- Lab: Analyzing Electronics Fan Noise
- Lab Solution: Reviewing the Finite Element Model
- Lab Solution: Mapping CFD Loads
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving the Vibro-acoustic Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Fan Noise

- Analyzing Satellite Vibration
- Lab: Analyzing Response to Random Excitation of a Satellite
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Satellite Model
- Lab Solution: Solving and Reviewing Results
- Lab Solution: Creating the Random Vibro-Acoustic Solution
- Lab Solution: Defining the AML and Plane Waves
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the PSD Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Satellite Vibration

- Assessment: Acoustics Analysis Applications

Chapters

- Control Elements
- Mechatronics Co-simulation
- Assessment: Controls and Mechatronics Co-simulation

Learn how to control the motion mechanism using data from an external control system.

Learn how to control the motion mechanism using data from an external control system.

- Control Elements
- Creating Control Elements
- Lab: Using Control Elements
- Knowledge Check: Control Elements

- Co-simulation with Third-Party Software
- Co-simulation using Amesim
- Running a Co-simulation using Amesim
- Lab: Running a Co-simulation using Simcenter Amesim
- Running a Co-simulation using Matlab/Simulink
- Running a Co-simulation using FMI
- Lab: Running a Co-simulation using FMI
- Knowledge Check: Mechatronics Co-simulation

- Assessment: Controls and Mechatronics Co-simulation

Chapters

- FE model correlation - 2020.2
- Pre-test solution process - 2020.2
- Create a test analysis reference solution - 2020.2
- Prepare for correlation analysis - 2020.2
- Modal correlation - 2020.2
- FRF correlation - 2020.2
- Assessment: FE model correlation - 2020.2

Prepare the physical tests using the pre-test planning tools and how to correlate modal finite element results with experimental data in Simcenter 3D.

Prepare the physical tests using the pre-test planning tools and how to correlate modal finite element results with experimental data in Simcenter 3D.

- Introduction to FE model correlation and updating
- Getting started in Simcenter 3D FE Model Correlation
- Knowledge Check: FE model correlation

- Pre-test solution process
- Pre-test DOFs
- Lab: Creating pre-test solution and defining DOFs
- Sensor selection
- Create pre-test solution and solve sensor configuration
- Lab: Defining sensor configurations
- Exciter selection
- Lab: Defining an exciter configuration using the DPR method
- Lab Answer: Using a Pre-test solution to define exciter locations
- Knowledge Check: Pre-test solution process

- Test analysis reference solution
- Sharing sensor and exciter locations with test engineers
- Lab: Creating a test analysis reference solution
- Knowledge Check: Create a test analysis reference solution

- Correlation solution process
- Creating test and analysis reference solutions
- Lab: Managing test and analysis reference data
- Geometrical correlation of work and reference model
- Lab: Prepare a model for correlation solution process
- Lab Answer: Prepare a model for correlation solution process
- Knowledge Check: Prepare for correlation analysis

- Modal correlation
- Manage mode sensors and work with mode pairs
- Lab: Managing mode sensors
- Quantitative modal correlation
- Generate and display matrix results
- Lab: Visualizing modal correlation results
- Correlate modes of symmetric structure
- Lab: Modal correlation of a symmetric structure
- Lab: Comparing correlation mode shapes
- Lab: Modal correlation of an aircraft engine nacelle
- Lab Answer: Modal correlation of an aircraft engine nacelle
- Knowledge Check: Modal correlation

- Analysis solution process
- Create analysis solution and output request
- Lab: Create an analysis solution with FRF output
- FRF correlation
- Create FRF correlation and display overlay FRFs
- Lab: Creating FRF correlation
- Lab Answer: Creating an FRF correlation
- Knowledge Check: FRF correlation

- Assessment: FE model correlation

Chapters

- Introduction to Simcenter 3D Motion
- Analyzing Mechanisms in Motion
- Preparing Models in Motion
- Creating Bodies, Joints, and Drivers
- Defining Springs, Dampers, and Bushings
- Working with Data
- Adding Loads
- Defining Contact
- Solving a Motion Analysis
- Working with Motion Results
- Working with Submechanisms
- Assessment: Motion Fundamentals

Learn to use the basic capabilities of Simcenter 3D Motion to analyze mechanisms.

Learn to use the basic capabilities of Simcenter 3D Motion to analyze mechanisms.

- Introduction to Simcenter 3D Motion
- What is a Mechanism?
- Motion Workflow
- Working in Motion
- Using Motion Files
- Lab: Animating a Mechanism
- Knowledge Check: Working in Motion

- Motion Solvers and General Solution Options
- Motion Analysis-Specific Solution Options
- Running a Kinematic Analysis
- Running a Dynamic Analysis
- Running a Static Analysis
- Lab: Running a Kinematic Analysis with Motion
- Lab: Articulating a Simple Mechanism
- Lab: Running a Dynamic Analysis with Motion
- Lab: Running a Static Analysis with Motion
- Knowledge Check: Analyzing Mechanisms in Motion

- Preparing Models in Motion
- Using Assemblies in Motion
- Lab: Using Assemblies in Motion
- Importing CAD Data into Motion
- Lab: Importing CAD Data into Motion
- Creating a Mechanism in Motion with Primitive Geometry
- Lab: Creating a Mechanism with Primitive Geometry
- Knowledge Check: Preparing Models for Motion

- Motion Bodies
- Lab: Creating Motion Bodies
- Joints
- Creating Joints
- Lab: Creating Cylindrical and Universal Joints
- Understanding the Gruebler Count
- Lab: Checking the Gruebler Count
- Assembling CAD Data
- Joint Friction
- Adding Friction on a Joint
- Lab: Defining Friction on a Joint
- Specialized Constraints and Couplers
- Creating Specialized Constraints and Couplers
- Lab: Creating a Gear Coupler
- Lab: Defining a Point on Curve Constraint
- Lab Solution: Defining a Point on Curve Constraint
- Motion Drivers
- Creating Motion Drivers
- Lab: Creating a Harmonic Motion Driver
- Knowledge Check: Creating Bodies, Joints, and Drivers

- Springs and Dampers
- Creating Springs and Dampers
- Lab: Creating a Spring
- Lab: Creating a Torsion Spring and Damper
- Bushings
- Creating Bushings
- Lab: Creating Bushings
- Knowledge Check: Defining Springs, Dampers, and Bushings

- Profiles
- Using Profiles
- Lab: Using Profiles
- Expressions
- Using Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions
- Parameter Tables
- Using Parameter Tables
- Lab: Using Parameter Tables
- Math Functions and AFUs
- Using Math Functions and AFUs
- Lab: Using Math Functions and AFUs
- Markers, Smart Points, and Sensors
- Creating Markers, Smart Points, and Sensors
- Lab: Creating Markers and Sensors
- Knowledge Check: Working with Data

- Adding Loads to the Motion Model
- Creating Forces and Torques
- Lab: Creating Scalar and Vector Forces
- Lab: Creating a Scalar Torque
- Lab: Creating Forces and Torques on a Scissors Jack
- Lab Solution: Creating Forces and Torques on a Scissors Jack
- Knowledge Check: Adding Loads

- 3D Contact
- Defining 3D Contact
- Lab: Creating 3D Contact
- Lab: Adding Friction to 3D Contact
- Lab: Creating a Valve Spring and 3D Contact
- Lab Solution: Creating a Valve Spring and 3D Contact
- Analytical Contact
- Analytical Contact Parameters
- Defining Analytical Contact
- Lab: Creating Analytical Contact
- Lab: Creating Analytical Contact Geometry
- Lab: Creating Analytical Contact on a Newton's Cradle
- Lab Solution: Creating Analytical Contact on a Newton's Cradle
- Knowledge Check: Defining Contact

- Setting Up a Motion Analysis
- Setting Up and Solving a Static Analysis
- Setting Up and Solving a Dynamics Analysis
- Improving Solver Performance and Debugging Solver Errors
- Lab: Debugging Solver Errors
- Exporting a Solution and Solving Outside Simcenter 3D
- Knowledge Check: Solving a Motion Analysis

- Motion Results
- Animating Motion Results
- Graphing Motion Results
- Lab: Animating and Graphing Forces
- Lab: Running a Clearance Analysis
- Lab: Identifying Interference
- Lab: Tracing Movement
- Lab: Running a Simulation with Spreadsheet Data
- Lab: Displaying Results in Results Viewer
- Knowledge Check: Working with Motion Results

- Submechanisms
- Working with Submechanisms
- Lab: Adding a Submechanism
- Adding Override Properties to Submechanisms
- Lab: Adding Override Properties to Submechanisms
- Mapping Submechanism Geometry
- Lab: Mapping Submechanism Geometry
- Knowledge Check: Working with Submechanisms

- Assessment: Motion Fundamentals

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Modeling droplets with different particle sizes
- Modeling multiple flow regimes
- Modeling dissolution mass transfer
- Modeling wall and bulk boiling
- Assessment: Eulerian multiphase modeling in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Identify the physics and phase interaction models in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ that are required to setup the specified multiphase flow simulation.

Identify the physics and phase interaction models in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ that are required to setup the specified multiphase flow simulation.

- Introduction to the Learning Path

- How do we start with complex models
- Mixing mono-dispersed bubbles
- Monitoring convergence when mixing mono-dispersed bubbles
- Lab: Starting a mono-dispersed Eulerian multiphase simulation
- Introducing population balance models
- Breakup and coalescence processes
- Details of the method of moments approach
- Setting up the S-Gamma model
- Lab: Allowing particles to breakup
- Details of the method of classes approach
- Lab: Using the A-MuSIG model
- Lab answer: Using the A-MuSIG model
- Knowledge check: Modeling droplets with different particle size distributions

- Recognizing stratified flows
- Details of the Multiple Flow Regime model
- Selecting physics models and Phase Interaction
- Detecting large scale interfaces
- Solving the multiple flow regime model
- Lab: Setting up the LSI physics
- Meshing for free surfaces
- Lab: Completing the mesh setup and data analysis
- Lab Answer: Completing the mesh setup and data analysis
- Knowledge check: Modeling multiple flow regimes

- What is mass transfer?
- Introducing dissolution mass transfer
- Activating mass transfer in a multiphase interaction
- Lab: Transferring mass in an oxidation ditch
- Specifying dissolution mass transfer parameters
- Selecting multi-component fluids
- Lab: Transferring mass in the aerated mixing vessel
- Lab Answer: Transferring mass in the aerated mixing vessel
- Knowledge check: Modeling dissolution mass transfer

- Introduction to Boiling
- Vaporization in the bulk
- Boiling at the wall
- Evaporative and quenching heat transfer
- Boiling parameters in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Setting up boiling
- Boiling convergence
- Lab: Transferring heat between phases
- Knowledge check: Modeling wall and bulk boiling
- Leaving the Learning Path

- Assessment: Eulerian multiphase modeling in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Classifying multiphase flows
- Eulerian multiphase fundamentals
- Lagrangian multiphase fundamentals
- Volume of Fluid fundamentals
- Assessment: Fundamentals of multiphase modeling

Multiphase can be modeled in various ways. Here you will learn which models are implemented in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ and gain insight in their background.

Multiphase can be modeled in various ways. Here you will learn which models are implemented in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ and gain insight in their background.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Fundamentals of multiphase modeling intro

- Multiphase and multicomponent
- Modeling approaches
- Modeling multiphase in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Part I
- Modeling multiphase in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Part II
- Modeling multiphase in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Part III
- Efficient multiphase modeling of real world problems
- Knowledge check: Classifying multiphase flows

- Conservation equations
- Forces acting on particles
- Drag force acting on particles
- Introducing bubbly flows
- Setting up Eulerian phases
- Lab: Simulating terminal velocity
- Knowledge check: Eulerian multiphase fundamentals

- What is Lagrangian multiphase?
- Lagrangian multiphase basic equations
- Describing components and models of the Lagrangian model
- Setting up Lagrangian phases
- Boundary interaction modes and injecting particles
- Lab: Following solid particles
- Knowledge check: Lagrangian multiphase fundamentals

- Thinking about the Volume of Fluid method
- Considering numerical requirements
- VOF meshing considerations
- Introducing adaptive mesh refinement
- Discussing solver parameters
- Discussing VOF parameters
- Activating VOF
- Boundary conditions and turbulence
- Lab: Simulating a free surface in a tank
- Lab answer: Simulating a free surface in a tank
- Knowledge check: Volume of Fluid fundamentals
- Leaving the Learning Path

- Assessment: Fundamentals of multiphase modeling

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Keeping track of particles
- Visualizing particles stuck in a hydraulic filter
- Lagrangian droplets evaporating and condensing in a spray dryer
- Modeling fluid film in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Assessment: Lagrangian multiphase modeling in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

The aim of this course is to teach the techniques needed to conduct accurate and efficient particle or droplet simulations using computational fluid dynamics.

The aim of this course is to teach the techniques needed to conduct accurate and efficient particle or droplet simulations using computational fluid dynamics.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Introduction to the Learning Path

- What are track data?
- Knowledge check: Parcels and particles
- Comparing parcel and particle counts in histogram plots
- Injectors: Hollow Cone Injector
- Lab: Analyzing boundary sampling data tracks
- Knowledge check: Plotting data
- Loading and filtering track files
- What can we do with particle track data?
- Visualizing track data using derived parts
- Injectors: Part Injector with direction field function
- Lab: Analyzing track file data
- Knowledge check: Keeping track of particles

- Injectors: Part Injector with flow field distribution
- Lab: Preparing a hydraulic filter simulation
- Lab answer: Preparing a hydraulic filter simulation
- How can different interaction modes be applied to a boundary?
- Lab: Adding composite boundary condition modes to a hydraulic filter simulation
- Summarizing Lagrangian solver settings
- Displaying tracks in scenes
- Knowledge check: Solving particles
- Lab: Experimenting with the visualization of transmitted and stuck particles
- Lab answer: Experimenting with the visualization of transmitted and stuck particles
- Knowledge check: Visualizing particles stuck in a hydraulic filter

- Preparing mesh and physics for humid air
- Lab: Preparing mesh and physics for humid air
- Lab: Injecting and evaporating droplets
- Lab answer: Injecting and evaporating droplets
- Monitoring the condensation process
- Lab: Monitoring the condensation process
- Knowledge check: Lagrangian droplets evaporating and condensing in a spray dryer

- Introducing fluid film
- Creating a shell region
- Knowledge check: Regions with fluid film
- Lab: Preparing the fluid film setup
- Lab: Injecting droplets that build a fluid film
- Lab answer: Injecting droplets that build a fluid film
- Fluid film evaporation and condensation
- Pure vapor and dry walls
- Knowledge check: Modeling fluid film in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Leaving the Learning Path

- Assessment: Lagrangian multiphase modeling in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Chapters

- Hydraulic Libraries Overview
- Hydraulic Fluid properties
- Hydraulic Lines and Components
- Hydraulic System Modeling
- Additional features
- Assessment: Introduction to Hydraulic System Simulation

Learn important basic hydraulic concepts, get a global view on hydraulic libraries and components, and learn how to build hydraulic models in Simcenter Amesim.

Learn important basic hydraulic concepts, get a global view on hydraulic libraries and components, and learn how to build hydraulic models in Simcenter Amesim.

- Libraries and components for hydraulic modeling
- Applications of Hydraulic libraries
- Knowledge Check: Hydraulic Libraries Overview

- Introduction to fluid properties
- Fluid Properties Parameters
- Lab: Pressure Calculation
- Lab Solution: Pressure Calculation
- Knowledge Check: Hydraulic Fluids Properties

- Hydraulic chamber and orifice
- Hydraulic Causality and pipes
- Lab: Flow rate calculation in an orifice
- Knowledge Check: Hydraulic lines and components

- Equivalent orifice calculation
- Hydraulic suspension
- Hydraulic Transmission
- Hydraulic Actuator
- Lab: Hydraulic Accumulator
- Knowledge Check: Hydraulic System Modeling

- CAD Import
- Valve builder
- Model Converter
- Knowledge Check: Additional features
- Lab: Design Spool Valve
- Lab Solution: Design Spool Valve

- Assessment: Introduction to Hydraulic System Simulation

Chapters

- Basic Concepts
- Component-based TPA
- Assessment: Component-based TPA

Introduction and overview of TPA and Component-based TPA and its applications.

Introduction and overview of TPA and Component-based TPA and its applications.

- Transfer Path Analysis for NVH
- Load Identification Methods
- Mount Stiffness Methods
- Matrix Inversion Methods
- Single Path Inversion Methods
- Visualizing TPA Results
- Interpreting TPA Results
- Classical vs Component-based TPA results
- Knowledge Check: TPA Basic Concepts
- Lab: Build TPA model

- Component-based TPA theory
- Measurement challenges in Component-based TPA
- Independent source characterization
- Virtual system assembly
- Component-based TPA using Free Velocities
- Knowledge Check: Component-based TPA
- Lab: Building a Component TPA Model

- Assessment: Component-based TPA

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Simcenter Tecware Desktop
- Time Data Viewing and Editing
- Analysis Methods
- Counting Methods
- Reporting
- Assessment: Load data analysis with Simcenter Tecware

Get an overview of Simcenter Tecware and its methods to perform load data analysis

Get an overview of Simcenter Tecware and its methods to perform load data analysis

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Load data analysis with Simcenter Tecware Intro

- Simcenter Tecware Overview
- Data import options
- Demo of data import
- Data Set display
- Desktop Additional Features
- Demo of Data Handling
- Data Conversion
- Lab: Desktop Data Set
- Knowledge Check: Tecware Desktop

- TimeEdit Overview
- Data Display Options
- Demo of Displaying Data
- Lab - Statistical Values
- Lab - Signal Display
- Select signal and intervals
- Data Editing Options
- Demo of Data Editing
- Lab: Signal Modification
- Knowledge Check: TimeEdit

- Analysis Methods Overview
- Lab: Signal Calculation
- General Analysis Methods
- Lab: Gear ratio analysis
- Anomaly Processing
- Demo of Drift Correction
- Time Data Filtering
- Spectral Analysis
- Demo of Filtering and Result Display
- Lab: Filter Methods
- Knowledge Check - Analysis Methods

- Basics of counting
- 4-point Algorithm
- Rainflow display and damage
- Additional counting methods
- Demo of counting and displaying Rainflow matrices
- Lab - Signal decomposition and damage
- Lab - Frequency content and damage
- Rainflow modification methods
- Lab - RainEdit
- Knowledge Check - Counting Methods

- Standard reports
- Layout builder
- Demo to create a new report
- Lab - Layout builder
- Knowledge Check - reporting
- Thank you for watching Load data analysis with Simcenter Tecware

- Assessment: Load data analysis with Simcenter Tecware

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Lagrangian phase injectors
- Refining the mesh adaptively
- Playing screens
- Using Simulation Operations
- Using tags and filters in queries
- Preparing geometry by wrapping
- Assessment: Feature highlights in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

This learning path highlights selected features in the current release of Simcenter STAR-CCM+.

This learning path highlights selected features in the current release of Simcenter STAR-CCM+.

- Introduction to the Learning Path

- Feature highlight: Lagrangian phase injectors
- Injectors: Part Injector with flow field distribution
- Lab: Injecting particles into a filter
- Lab answer: Injecting particles into a filter
- Injectors: Part Injector with direction field function
- Lab: Injecting water into a shower
- Injectors: Part injector using an arbitrary section
- Injectors: Hollow Cone Injector with particle size distribution
- Injectors: Solid Cone Injector
- Injectors: Film stripping injector
- Knowledge check: Lagrangian phase injectors

- Introducing adaptive mesh refinement
- Activating VOF and AMR
- Lab: Activating the adaptive mesh solver
- Examples for AMR use
- Lab: Inserting the AMR solver
- Lab answer: Inserting the AMR solver
- Knowledge check: Refining the mesh adaptively

- What is screenplay?
- Creating a single action playing on screen
- Lab: Playing a single action on screen
- Creating multiple actions playing on screen
- Lab: Adding multiple actions to a screenplay
- Lab answer: Adding multiple actions to a screenplay
- Discovering advanced actions
- Creating advanced actions playing on screen
- Lab: Setting up advanced screenplay actions
- Lab answer: Setting up advanced screenplay actions
- Knowledge check: Discovering screenplay visualization

- Discovering Simulation Operations
- Demonstrating the setup of Simulation Operations
- Lab: Mesh and run using Simulation Operations
- Lab answer: Mesh and run using Simulation Operations
- Introducing the multi-time scale approach
- Understanding the simulation setup
- Automating the alternating solution of two physics
- Setting up the Simulation Operation
- Lab: Using Simulation Operations in a CHT simulation
- Lab answer: Using Simulation Operations in a CHT simulation
- Knowledge Check: Using Simulation Operations

- Explaining the tags in the mixing vessel sim file
- How to use tags in dynamic queries
- Lab: Using tags to reduce the geometry
- Using filters to find information in reports
- Knowledge check: Queries

- How should surfaces be treated?
- Why do we wrap the bike?
- What can diagnostics tell me about the surface?
- Creating the surface wrapper operation
- Lab: Creating a first wrapped surface on a bike
- Knowledge check: Wrapper surfaces
- How does the surface wrapper work?
- Controlling the wrapped surface quality
- How to identify the volume I’m interested in wrapping?
- Creating contact preventions
- Lab: Creating contact preventions for the bike
- Lab: Improving the wrapped surface
- Lab answer: Improving the wrapped surface
- Fine tuning the wrapped surface quality
- Partial and local surface wrapping
- Deep Dive - How does the surface wrapper work?
- Knowledge check: Wrapper properties
- Leaving the Learning Path

- Assessment: Feature highlights in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Chapters

- Rainflow manipulation
- Damage-based time compression
- Assessment: Accelerated testing and test schedule optimization

Learn to shorten the time signals for the test rig runs and modify the Rainflow data to create target histograms in the Simcenter Tecware.

Learn to shorten the time signals for the test rig runs and modify the Rainflow data to create target histograms in the Simcenter Tecware.

- Rainflow superposition
- Lab: Compare superposition results
- Rainflow extrapolation
- Lab: Extrapolating matrices
- Knowledge Check: Rainflow Manipulation

- Basics of time compression
- Time compression with pre-defined processes
- Lab: RP-filtering target damage
- Multi-axial RP-Filter
- Knowledge Check: Damage-based time compression

- Assessment: Accelerated testing and test schedule optimization

Chapters

- HEEDS Overview
- The Automated Design Space Exploration Process
- Process Automation
- Efficient Search
- Insight & Discovery
- Tagging, Analysis Portals, and Variables
- Hybrid-Adaptive Search
- Multi-Objective & Multi-Analysis Design Space Exploration
- Assessment: Introduction to HEEDS MDO

Introduction to the HEEDS MDO, Design Space Exploration with a focus on Optimization, use of the software as well as the modeling and simulation approach.

Introduction to the HEEDS MDO, Design Space Exploration with a focus on Optimization, use of the software as well as the modeling and simulation approach.

- Application Example: Static Air Mixer
- Simulation Tool Overview: Golf Shot Challenge
- Simulation Tool Demo: SwingGui

- Lab - Manual Optimization
- Manual Optimization Observations
- Post-processing in HEEDS POST
- Introduction to Design Space Exploration
- Automating the Manual Design Process
- Application Example: Rubber Bushing Mount
- Summary Automated Design Space Exploration Process
- Knowledge Check - Design Space exploration

- Batch Execution
- SwingGui Batch Execution
- Summary Batch Execution and Extension Learning
- Lab - Process Automation
- Knowledge Check - Batch Execution

- Optimization Problem Statement in Standard Form
- Main ingredients for optimization
- Closed form Solutions vs Implicit Functions
- Optimization Algorithms and Introduction to SHERPA
- Global vs Local Search & Impact of Constraints
- Application Example: Stiffened Panel
- Summary Optimization Problem Statement and Efficient Search
- Knowledge Check - Efficient Search

- Introduction to Insight & Discovery
- Runtime monitoring
- HEEDS POST
- Lab - Automated Optimization Exercise
- HEEDS Execution and Directory Structure
- Data Storage and Control of Data
- Study Review, Messaging, and Troubleshooting
- Message Files
- Summary on Insight & Discovery & Extension Learning
- Lab - Study Review, Messaging, & Troubleshooting
- Knowledge Check - Insight Discovery

- Tagging Methods Overview
- Analysis Portals
- Continuous, Discrete, and Dependent Variables
- Constant and Text Parameters
- Defining Variables
- Summary on Tagging, Variables & Extension Learning
- Lab - Dependent & Discrete Variables Exercise
- Knowledge Check - Tagging Variables

- Objectives and their impact on Performance
- Constraints
- Active Constraints
- Error Designs
- Lab - Constrained Optimization Exercise
- A more detailed look at SHERPA
- Optimization Search Path Comparatives
- How Many Evaluations & Restart
- Summary on Hybrid-Adaptive Search
- Knowledge Check - Hybrid Adaptive Search

- Weighted Sum vs Pareto Optimization
- Pareto Optimization
- Using Multiple Analyses
- Summary on Multi-Objective and Multi-Analyses
- Lab - Multi-Objective & Multi-Analysis
- Knowledge Check - MultiObjective and Multi-Analysis

- Assessment: Introduction to HEEDS MDO

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D Pre/Post - 2021.1
- Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files - 2021.1
- Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models - 2021.1

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Fundamentals of using Pre/Post Intro

- What Can You Do with Pre/Post?
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Assessment: Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post

- Simcenter 3D Files Overview
- Defining the Pre/Post Model
- Idealizing the Model's Geometry
- Meshing the Model
- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Solving the Model and Post-processing
- Lab: Using Simcenter 3D Files in an Analysis
- Assessment: Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files

- Working with a Model using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Using the Simulation Navigator to Work with Your Model
- Lab: Working with a Model Using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Displaying a Model
- Lab: Displaying a Model
- Selecting Objects
- Using Selection Recipes
- Lab: Selecting Objects
- Using Groups
- Lab: Using Groups
- Working with Coordinate Systems
- Lab: Working with Coordinate Systems
- Assessment: Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models
- Thank you for watching Fundamentals of using Pre/Post

Chapters

- Preparing Geometry for Meshing - 2020.2
- Meshing a Model - 2020.2
- Modeling Connections - 2020.2
- Modeling Assemblies - 2020.2
- Applying Boundary Conditions - 2020.2
- Defining Variable Conditions and Properties - 2020.2
- Checking the Model and Resolving Problems - 2020.2

- Loading a Model into Simcenter 3D
- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Using Synchronous Modeling to Model Parts
- Lab: Using Synchronous Modeling to Modify Parts
- Simplifying Geometry with Idealization
- Lab: Creating Midsurfaces before Meshing
- Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Lab Answer: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Assessment: Preparing Geometry

- Selecting a Mesh and Element Type
- Creating a Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
- Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Lab: Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Physical Properties for a Mesh
- Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Splitting Complex Bodies for Hexahedral Meshing
- Creating a 2D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 1D Mesh
- Controlling the Mesh Display
- Creating Mesh Mating Conditions to Connnect Meshes
- Lab: Creating Mesh Mating Conditions
- Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Lab: Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Controlling Mesh Density
- Lab: Controlling Mesh Density
- Setting Element Size and Surface Curvature
- Lab: Modifying Element Size
- Lab: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Lab Solution: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing

- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Pinned Connections
- Lab: Modeling Pinned Connections
- Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Lab: Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Modeling Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Edge-Surface Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Surface-Surface Glue Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections Using Nuts
- Lab: Modeling a Bolted Connection with a Nut
- Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Applying Bolt Pre-loads
- Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Connecting Bodies
- Lab Answer: Connecting Bodies
- Assessment: Modeling Connections

- Modeling Assemblies
- Modeling an Assembly FEM from a CAD Assembly
- Modeling an Assembly FEM without a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling a Non-associative Assembly FEM
- Lab: Modeling an Associative Assembly FEM
- Assessment: Modeling Assemblies

- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Nastran Structural Loads
- Nastran Structural Constraints
- Applying Loads
- Applying Constraints
- Lab: Applying Loads and Constraints
- Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Lab Answer: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Assessment: Applying Boundary Conditions

- Using Fields
- Types of Fields
- Using Fields to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Using Fields to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Lab: Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Field to Define Material Properties
- Lab: Using a Field to Define Nonlinear Material Properties
- Displaying Fields
- Lab: Displaying Fields
- Using Expressions
- Defining Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Applying a Variable Boundary Condition
- Lab Answer: Applying a Variable Boundary Condition
- Assessment: Defining Variable Conditions and Properties

- Checking the Mesh
- Techniques for Resolving Mesh Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Mesh Quality Problems
- Checking the Model Before Solving
- Techniques for Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Model Quality Problems
- Assessment: Checking the Model and Resolving Problems

Chapters

- Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis - 2020.2
- Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows - 2020.2
- Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows - 2020.2

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

- Using Solutions and Subcases
- Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Lab: Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Defining Solution Attributes
- Setting Solver Parameters
- Solving the Model
- Dealing with Common Solver Errors
- Validating Results
- Assessment: Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis

- Structural Analysis Overview
- Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Using Subcase Versus Global Constraints
- Assessment: Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows

- Nonlinear Analysis Overview
- Setting Up a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
- Using Time Steps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Lab: Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Assessment: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows

Chapters

- Displaying Results in Post Views - 2020.2
- Manipulating Results Data - 2020.2
- Graphing Results - 2020.2
- Saving and Restoring Views - 2020.2
- Generating Reports - 2020.2

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

- Displaying Results Overview
- Displaying Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Results in a Post View
- Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Lab: Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Lab: Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Animating Results
- Lab: Animating Results
- Annotating Results
- Lab: Annotating Results
- Displaying More Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Lab: Displaying Stress Results on 2D Elements
- Calculating and Displaying Beam Stresses
- Lab: Displaying Beam Stresses
- Displaying Symmetry Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Axisymmetric Results in a Post View
- Displaying Results in the Results Viewer
- Lab: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Lab Solution: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views

- Manipulating Results Data Overview
- Identifying and Outputting Results
- Lab: Identifying and Outputting Results
- Creating Custom Results
- Lab: Creating Custom Results
- Combining and Enveloping Results
- Lab: Enveloping and Combining Results
- Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Lab: Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Assessment: Manipulating Results Data

- Graphing Overview
- Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Lab: Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Lab: Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Graphing Results Across Iterations
- Lab: Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Plotting Two Functions
- Lab: Plotting Two Functions
- Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Graphing Results
- Lab Answer: Graphing Results
- Assessment: Graphing Results

- Saving and Restoring Views
- Saving and Restoring Layout States to Set Up Views
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Layout States to Set Up Views
- Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Assessment: Saving and Restoring Views

- Creating Reports Overview
- Generating a Report
- Customizing a Report Template
- Assessment: Generating Reports

Chapters

- Preparing Geometry for Meshing - 2020.1
- Meshing a Model Part 1 - 2020.1
- Meshing a Model Part 2 - 2020.1
- Modeling Connections - 2020.1
- Modeling Assemblies - 2020.1
- Applying Boundary Conditions - 2020.1
- Defining Variable Conditions and Properties - 2020.1
- Checking the Model and Resolving Problems - 2020.1

- Loading a Model into Simcenter 3D
- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Using Synchronous Modeling to Model Parts
- Lab: Using Synchronous Modeling to modify parts
- Simplifying Geometry with Idealization
- Lab: Creating Midsurfaces before Meshing
- Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Lab Answer: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Assessment: Preparing Geometry

- Selecting a Mesh and Element Type
- Creating a 3D Mesh
- Controlling the Mesh Display
- Lab: Creating a 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
- Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Splitting Complex Bodies for Hexahedral Meshing
- Creating Mesh Mating Conditions to Connnect Meshes
- Lab: Creating Mesh Mating Conditions
- Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Lab: Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Creating a 2D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing Part 1

- Controlling Mesh Density
- Lab: Controlling Mesh Density
- Setting Element Size and Surface Curvature
- Lab: Modifying Element Size
- Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Lab: Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Physical Properties for a Mesh
- Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Lab Answer: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing Part 2

- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Pinned Connections
- Lab: Modeling Pinned Connections
- Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Lab: Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Modeling Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Edge-Surface Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Surface-Surface Glue Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections Using Nuts
- Lab: Modeling a Bolted Connection with a Nut
- Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Applying Bolt Pre-loads
- Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Connecting Bodies
- Lab Answer: Connecting Bodies
- Assessment: Modeling Connections

- Modeling Assemblies
- Modeling an Assembly FEM from a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling an Associative Assembly FEM
- Modeling an Assembly FEM without a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling a Non-associative Assembly FEM
- Assessment: Modeling Assemblies

- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Nastran Structural Loads
- Nastran Structural Constraints
- Applying Loads
- Applying Constraints
- Lab: Applying Loads and Constraints
- Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Lab Answer: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Assessment: Applying Boundary Conditions

- Using Fields
- Types of Fields
- Using Fields to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Using Fields to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Lab: Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Field to Define Material Properties
- Lab: Using a Field to Define Nonlinear Material Properties
- Displaying Fields
- Lab: Displaying Fields
- Using Expressions
- Defining Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Applying a Variable Boundary Condition
- Lab Answer: Applying a Variable Boundary Condition
- Assessment: Defining Variable Conditions and Properties

- Checking the Mesh
- Techniques for Resolving Mesh Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Mesh Quality Problems
- Checking the Model Before Solving
- Techniques for Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Model Quality Problems
- Assessment: Checking the Model and Resolving Problems

Chapters

- Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis - 2020.1
- Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows - 2020.1
- Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows - 2020.1

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

- Using Solutions and Subcases
- Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Lab: Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Defining Solution Attributes
- Setting Solver Parameters
- Solving the Model
- Dealing with Common Solver Errors
- Validating Results
- Assessment: Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis

- Structural Analysis Overview
- Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Using Subcase Versus Global Constraints
- Assessment: Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows

- Nonlinear Analysis Overview
- Setting Up a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
- Using Time Steps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Lab: Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Assessment: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows

Chapters

- Displaying Results in Post Views Part 1 - 2020.1
- Displaying Results in Post Views Part 2 - 2020.1
- Manipulating Results Data - 2020.1
- Graphing Results - 2020.1
- Saving and Restoring Views - 2020.1
- Generating Reports - 2020.1

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

- Displaying Results Overview
- Displaying Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Results in a Post View
- Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Lab: Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Lab: Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Animating Results
- Lab: Animating Results
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views Part 1

- Displaying More Results in Post Views
- Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Lab: Displaying Stress Results on 2D Elements
- Calculating and Displaying Beam Stresses
- Lab: Displaying Beam Stresses
- Displaying Symmetry Results
- Lab: Displaying Axisymmetric Results
- Annotating Results
- Lab: Annotating Results
- Displaying Results in the Results Viewer
- Lab: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Lab Answer: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views Part 2

- Manipulating Results Data Overview
- Identifying and Outputting Results
- Lab: Identifying and Outputting Results
- Creating Custom Results
- Lab: Creating Custom Results
- Combining and Enveloping Results
- Lab: Enveloping and Combining Results
- Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Lab: Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Assessment: Manipulating Results Data

- Graphing Overview
- Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Lab: Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Lab: Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Graphing Results Across Iterations
- Lab: Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Plotting Two Functions
- Lab: Generating Two Function Plots
- Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Modifying Graph Displays
- Lab: Graphing Results
- Lab Answer: Graphing Results
- Assessment: Graphing Results

- Saving and Restoring Views Overview
- Saving and Restoring Layout States
- Lab: Using Layout States to Set Up Views
- Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Lab: Saving Post View Settings
- Assessment: Saving and Restoring Views

- Creating Reports Overview
- Generating a Report
- Customizing a Report Template
- Assessment: Generating Reports

Chapters

- Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post - 2020.1
- Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files - 2020.1
- Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models - 2020.1

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

- What can You Do with Pre/Post?
- Finite Element Analysis in Pre/Post
- Lab: Finite Element Analysis in Pre/Post
- Assessment: Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post

- Simcenter 3D Files Overview
- Defining the Pre/Post Model
- Idealizing the Model's Geometry
- Meshing the Model
- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Solving the Model and Post-processing
- Lab: Using Simcenter 3D Files in an Analysis
- Assessment: Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files

- Working with a Model using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Using the Simulation Navigator to Work with Your Model
- Lab: Working with a Model Using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Displaying a Model
- Lab: Displaying a Model
- Selecting Objects
- Using Selection Recipes
- Lab: Selecting Objects
- Using Groups
- Lab: Using Groups
- Working with Coordinate Systems
- Lab: Working with Coordinate Systems
- Assessment: Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models

Chapters

- Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis - 2020.1
- Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows - 2020.1
- Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows - 2019.2

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver with structural analysis types, and how to determine if an analysis is valid.

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver with structural analysis types, and how to determine if an analysis is valid.

- Using Solutions and Subcases
- Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Lab: Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Defining Solution Attributes
- Setting Solver Parameters
- Solving the Model
- Dealing with Common Solver Errors
- Validating Results
- Assessment: Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis

- Structural Analysis Overview
- Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Using Subcase Versus Global Constraints
- Assessment: Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows

- Nonlinear Analysis Overview
- Setting Up a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
- Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Lab: Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Assessment: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows

Chapters

- Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post - 2020.1
- Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files - 2019.2
- Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models - 2019.2

Learn how to analyze a model and how to work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D files.

Learn how to analyze a model and how to work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D files.

- What can You Do with Pre/Post?
- Finite Element Analysis in Pre/Post
- Lab: Finite Element Analysis in Pre/Post
- Assessment: Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post

- Simcenter 3D Files Overview
- Defining the Pre/Post Model
- Idealizing the Model's Geometry
- Meshing the Model
- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Solving the Model and Post-processing
- Lab: Using Simcenter 3D Files in an Analysis
- Assessment: Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files

- Working with a Model using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Using the Simulation Navigator to Work with Your Model
- Lab: Working with a Model Using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Displaying a Model
- Lab: Displaying a Model
- Selecting Objects
- Using Selection Recipes
- Lab: Selecting Objects
- Using Groups
- Lab: Using Groups
- Assessment: Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models

Chapters

- Displaying Results in Post Views Part 1 - 2020.1
- Displaying Results in Post Views Part 2 - 2019.2
- Manipulating Results Data - 2020.1
- Graphing Results - 2020.1
- Saving and Restoring Views - 2020.1
- Generating Reports - 2020.1

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

- Displaying Results Overview
- Displaying Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Results in a Post View
- Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Lab: Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Lab: Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Animating Results
- Lab: Animating Results
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views Part 1

- Displaying More Results in Post Views
- Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Lab: Displaying Stress Results on 2D Elements
- Calculating and Displaying Beam Stresses
- Lab: Displaying Beam Stresses
- Displaying Symmetry Results
- Lab: Displaying Axisymmetric Results
- Annotating Results
- Lab: Annotating Results
- Displaying Results in the Results Viewer
- Lab: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Lab Answer: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views Part 2

- Manipulating Results Data Overview
- Identifying and Outputting Results
- Lab: Identifying and Outputting Results
- Creating Custom Results
- Lab: Creating Custom Results
- Combining and Enveloping Results
- Lab: Enveloping and Combining Results
- Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Lab: Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Assessment: Manipulating Results Data

- Graphing Overview
- Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Lab: Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Lab: Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Graphing Results Across Iterations
- Lab: Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Plotting Two Functions
- Lab: Generating Two Function Plots
- Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Modifying Graph Displays
- Lab: Graphing Results
- Lab Answer: Graphing Results
- Assessment: Graphing Results

- Saving and Restoring Views Overview
- Saving and Restoring Layout States
- Lab: Using Layout States to Set Up Views
- Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Lab: Saving Post View Settings
- Assessment: Saving and Restoring Views

- Creating Reports Overview
- Generating a Report
- Customizing a Report Template
- Assessment: Generating Reports

Chapters

- Introduction to Simcenter Multimech
- Overview of Simcenter Multimech capabilities
- Basics of Microstructural Analysis
- Advanced Microstructural Analysis
- Multiscale Analysis
- Assessment: Getting Started with Simcenter Multimech

Introduction to Multimech. Getting familiar with the software and how to use it.

Introduction to Multimech. Getting familiar with the software and how to use it.

- Advanced materials and their failure
- The Multiscaling Technique and FE squared technique
- Adaptive Multiscaling Technique
- Knowledge Check - Introduction to Multimech

- General Workflow
- Introduction to capabilities
- Multimech Integrations
- Lab - Global scale FEA of point support hardware
- Knowledge Check - Simcenter Multimech Capabilities

- Generation of unit cell using Micromech
- Material assignment and BCs
- Post-processing of results
- Application example
- Lab - Basic RVE Analysis
- Knowledge Check - Microstructural Analysis

- Non-linear material models
- Continuum Damage Modeling
- Failure Theory Damage Modeling
- Modeling Damage using Cracking
- Stochastic Damage Modeling
- Material coordinate system
- Defect insertion
- Multimech Optimizer
- Lab - Continuum Damage in a unit cell
- Lab - Hashin Failure modeling
- Lab - Cracking Simulation
- Lab - Modeling Defects
- Knowledge Check

- Multiscaling
- Simulation of short fiber composites
- Lab - Multiscale simulation of a beam
- Lab - Multiscale simulation of an SFRP part
- Lab - Multiscale Analysis UD Beam
- Solution to Principle Lab Multiscale Analysis UD Beam
- Knowledge Check - Multiscale Analysis

- Assessment: Getting Started with Simcenter Multimech

Chapters

- Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D Pre/Post - 2020.2
- Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files - 2020.2
- Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models - 2020.2

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

Learn how to analyze a model and work with analysis data in Simcenter 3D.

- What Can You Do with Pre/Post?
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Finite Element Analysis in Simcenter 3D
- Assessment: Analyzing Models in Simcenter 3D and Pre/Post

- Simcenter 3D Files Overview
- Defining the Pre/Post Model
- Idealizing the Model's Geometry
- Meshing the Model
- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Solving the Model and Post-processing
- Lab: Using Simcenter 3D Files in an Analysis
- Assessment: Managing Analysis Data in Simcenter 3D Files

- Working with a Model using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Using the Simulation Navigator to Work with Your Model
- Lab: Working with a Model Using the Pre/Post User Interface
- Displaying a Model
- Lab: Displaying a Model
- Selecting Objects
- Using Selection Recipes
- Lab: Selecting Objects
- Using Groups
- Lab: Using Groups
- Working with Coordinate Systems
- Lab: Working with Coordinate Systems
- Assessment: Using Pre/Post Features to Work with Models

Chapters

- Preparing Geometry for Meshing - 2019.2
- Meshing a Model Part 1 - 2019.2
- Meshing a Model Part 2 - 2019.2
- Modeling Connections - 2019.2
- Modeling Assemblies - 2020.1
- Applying Boundary Conditions - 2020.1
- Defining Variable Conditions and Properties - 2019.2
- Checking the Model and Resolving Problems - 2019.2

Learn how to prepare a model for analysis, by working with geometry, meshes, connections, assemblies, loads, and boundary conditions.

Learn how to prepare a model for analysis, by working with geometry, meshes, connections, assemblies, loads, and boundary conditions.

- Loading a Model into Simcenter 3D
- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Using Synchronous Modeling to Model Parts
- Lab: Using Synchronous Modeling to modify parts
- Simplifying Geometry with Idealization
- Lab: Creating Midsurfaces before Meshing
- Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Lab Answer: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Assessment: Preparing Geometry

- Selecting a Mesh and Element Type
- Creating a 3D Mesh
- Controlling the Mesh Display
- Lab: Creating a 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
- Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Splitting Complex Bodies for Hexahedral Meshing
- Creating Mesh Mating Conditions to Connnect Meshes
- Lab: Creating Mesh Mating Conditions
- Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Lab: Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Creating a 2D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing Part 1

- Controlling Mesh Density
- Lab: Controlling Mesh Density
- Setting Element Size and Surface Curvature
- Lab: Modifying Element Size
- Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Lab: Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Physical Properties for a Mesh
- Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Lab Answer: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing Part 2

- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Pinned Connections
- Lab: Modeling Pinned Connections
- Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Lab: Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Modeling Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Edge-Surface Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Surface-Surface Glue Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections Using Nuts
- Lab: Modeling a Bolted Connection with a Nut
- Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Applying Bolt Pre-loads
- Lab: Connecting Bodies
- Lab Answer: Connecting Bodies
- Assessment: Modeling Connections

- Modeling Assemblies
- Modeling an Assembly FEM from a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling an Associative Assembly FEM
- Modeling an Assembly FEM without a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling a Non-associative Assembly FEM
- Assessment: Modeling Assemblies

- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Nastran Structural Loads
- Nastran Structural Constraints
- Applying Loads
- Applying Constraints
- Lab: Applying Loads and Constraints
- Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Lab Answer: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Assessment: Applying Boundary Conditions

- Using Fields
- Types of Fields
- Using Fields to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Using Fields to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Lab: Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Field to Define Material Properties
- Lab: Using a Field to Define Nonlinear Material Properties
- Displaying Fields
- Lab: Displaying Fields
- Using Expressions
- Defining Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Applying a Variable Boundary Condition
- Lab Answer: Applying a Variable Boundary Condition
- Assessment: Defining Variable Conditions and Properties

- Checking the Mesh
- Techniques for Resolving Mesh Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Mesh Quality Problems
- Checking the Model Before Solving
- Techniques for Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Model Quality Problems
- Assessment: Checking the Model and Resolving Problems

Chapters

- Introducing Simcenter 3D Multiphysics
- Meshing for thermal analysis
- Defining thermal boundary conditions
- Defining thermal contacts
- Steady state and transient thermal analysis
- Assessment: Fundamentals of thermal analysis in Simcenter 3D

Learn how to use the basic capabilities of Simcenter 3D Thermal Multiphysics to perform sophisticated thermal analysis.

Learn how to use the basic capabilities of Simcenter 3D Thermal Multiphysics to perform sophisticated thermal analysis.

- Introducing Simcenter 3D Multiphysics
- Introducing Simcenter 3D Multiphysics workflow
- Lab: Simulation process in Simcenter 3D Pre/Post
- Heat transfer concepts
- Assessment: Introducing thermal analysis in Simcenter 3D Multiphysics

- Selecting a mesh and element types
- Defining a mesh for thermal analysis
- Creating mesh and defining material and physical properties for a thermal models
- Lab: Create multiple mesh types
- Lab: Create physical properties for a heat exchanger model
- Working with mesh
- Lab: Create mesh mating conditions and mesh controls
- Lab: Resolve mesh quality issues
- Assessment: Meshing for thermal analysis

- Defining thermal loads
- Defining thermal constraints
- Applying thermal boundary conditions
- Lab: Define thermal boundary conditions
- Assessment: Defining thermal boundary conditions

- Thermal coupling
- Selecting primary and secondary regions
- Lab: Perform a heat transfer analysis between a chip, PCB and casting
- Thermal coupling types
- Defining thermal contacts
- Lab: Create thermal coupling boundary conditions
- Assessment: Defining thermal contacts

- Solution setups for steady state and transient analysis
- Steady state analysis
- Setting up and solving a steady state solution
- Lab: Define a thermostat in a steady state solution
- Controlling transient solution
- Defining time steps in transient solutions
- Principle Lab: Thermal transient analysis of a power supply
- Lab Answer: Thermal transient analysis of a power supply
- Setting up a transient solution from a condition sequence
- Lab: Post process transient results
- Assessment: Steady state and transient thermal analysis

- Assessment: Fundamentals of thermal analysis in Simcenter 3D

Chapters

- Coupled thermal-structural analysis
- Multiphysics analysis of turbomachines
- Assessment: Thermal-structural analysis in Simcenter 3D Multiphysics

Analyze a general thermal-structural model, use advanced modeling features to perform a thermal-structural analysis of turbomachinery in hybrid 2D/3D models.

Analyze a general thermal-structural model, use advanced modeling features to perform a thermal-structural analysis of turbomachinery in hybrid 2D/3D models.

- Structural analysis in Simcenter 3D Multiphysics
- Lab: Set up and run a structural solution
- Coupled thermal-structural analysis
- Setting up a thermal-structural solution
- Post-processing thermal-structural results
- Lab: Set up and run a coupled thermal-structural solution
- Lab: Thermal-structural analysis of the fog lamp
- Lab answer: Thermal-structural analysis of the for lamp
- Assessment: Coupled thermal-structural analysis

- Multiphysics analysis of turbomachines
- Defining thermal streams, voids and convecting zones
- Create thermal boundary conditions for an aeroengine compressor
- Using condition sequences in turbomachinery modeling
- Create a solution from a condition sequence
- Using axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric elements
- Creating the axisymmetric models with non-axisymmetric parts
- Lab: Create physical properties and elements for an axisymmetric model
- Lab: Create an axisymmetric model
- Creating hybrid 2D and 3D models
- Setting up a hybrid 2D and 3D model
- Lab: Set up a hybrid 2D and 3D thermal model
- Multiphysics analysis of turbomachines

- Assessment: Thermal-structural analysis in Simcenter 3D Multiphysics

Chapters

- Introduction to Desktop Neo - 2019.1
- Overview of Reporting Capabilities - 2019.1
- Simcenter Testlab Neo Process Designer - 2019.1
- Assessment - Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo - 2019.1

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo features and its functionalities.

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo features and its functionalities.

- Tasks and Add-ins
- Desktop Neo Layout
- Project structure and data interoperability
- Configuration and Unit system tools
- Help Features
- Home Ribbon Features
- The pivot table and data visualization
- Create and edit displays
- Display features demonstration
- Import and sync an external video
- Lab - Desktop Neo
- Knowledge Check - Introduction to Desktop Neo

- General features about reporting
- Generate Batch Report
- Reporting functionalities demonstration
- Lab - Create reports
- Knowledge Check - Reporting Capabilities

- Process Designer Features
- Process Designer Ribbon Features
- Building a process
- Lab - Design a process
- Knowledge Check - Neo Process Designer

- Assessment - Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo

Chapters

- Flexible Body Analysis with Automatic Flex
- Flexible Body Analysis with Flexible Body
- Flexible Body Post-processing
- Assessment: Flexible Body Analysis

Learn how to analyze and post-process flexible motion bodies.

Learn how to analyze and post-process flexible motion bodies.

- Introduction to Flexible Bodies
- Flexible Body Analysis Using Automatic Flex
- Using Automatic Flex to Create a Flexible Body
- Lab: Using Automatic Flex to Create a Flexible Body
- Lab: Adding Flexibility to a Model using Automatic Flex with Mesh
- Lab Solution: Adding Flexibility to a Model using Automatic Flex with Mesh
- Knowledge Check: Flexible Body Analysis with Automatic Flex

- Flexible Body Analysis Using Flexible Body
- Using Flexible Body to Create a Flexible Body
- Lab: Using Flexible Body to Create a Flexible Body
- Knowledge Check: Flexible Body Analysis with Flexible Body

- Flexible Body Post-processing
- Post Processing Flexible Bodies
- Lab: Post Processing Flexible Bodies
- Knowledge Check: Flexible Body Post-processing

- Assessment: Flexible Body Analysis

Chapter

- Discrete Drivetrain

Learn how to create chain, track, and cable models for Motion analysis.

Learn how to create chain, track, and cable models for Motion analysis.

- Introduction to Discrete Drivetrain
- Defining Discrete Drivetrain Layout Elements
- Defining Discrete Drivetrain Pattern Elements
- Defining Discrete Drivetrain Advanced Reporting
- Defining Discrete Drivetrain Pre-tension and Sag
- Creating a Chain Model
- Lab: Creating a Chain Model
- Creating a Track Model
- Solving a Track Model
- Lab: Creating a Track Model
- Creating a Cable Model
- Lab: Creating a Cable Model
- Knowledge Check: Discrete Drivetrain

Chapters

- Durability processing and data consolidation - 2021.1
- Counting Methods - 2021.1
- Analysis and Modification Methods - 2021.1
- Accelerated Testing - 2021.1
- Assessment: Simcenter Testlab Neo Durability processing - 2021.1

Introduction to the concepts and methods in Testlab Neo Durability Processing

Introduction to the concepts and methods in Testlab Neo Durability Processing

- Durability processing overview
- Data consolidation
- Rename channels
- Anomaly correction
- Lab - Anomaly correction
- Knowledge check - Durability processing and data consolidation

- Basics of counting methods
- Four-Point Algorithm
- Rainflow Damage Calculation
- Additional Counting Methods
- Using counting methods in Process Designer
- Lab - Counting methods
- Knowledge Check - Counting methods

- PSD and Filter Methods
- Superposition
- Lab - Analysis Methods
- Knowledge Check - Analysis and Modification Methods

- Basics of Time Compression
- Damage-Based Time Compression
- Lab - Compressing time signals
- Knowledge Check - Accelerated Testing

- Assessment: Simcenter Testlab Neo Durability processing

Chapters

- Radiation modeling
- 1D hydraulic network modeling
- Articulation and motion modeling
- Joule heating and Peltier cooler
- Customize the thermal solver
- Assessment: Advanced thermal modeling applications

Learn how to model advanced radiation, 1D hydraulic network, articulation, Joule heating, Peltier cooling and how to extend the solver functionality.

Learn how to model advanced radiation, 1D hydraulic network, articulation, Joule heating, Peltier cooling and how to extend the solver functionality.

- Understanding thermal radiation
- Radiation exchange
- Radiation modeling
- Defining enclosure and radiative heating
- Lab: Explore advanced thermo-optical properties for radiation modeling
- Assessment: Radiation modeling

- 1D hydraulic duct networks
- How the thermal solver computes ducts
- Creating a 1D mesh duct network and modeling the cooling of a 2D shell heat exchanger
- Lab: Create 1D duct network in a mold
- Analyzing forced convection in a heat exchanger using immersed ducts
- Lab: Create duct boundary conditions on a model
- Assessment: 1D hydraulic network modeling

- Articulation and motion modeling in heat transfer analysis
- How the thermal solver computes articulation
- Modeling the thermal effects of moving parts
- Lab: Model the robot arm motion using articulation
- Assessment: Articulation and motion modeling

- Joule heating and Peltier cooler modeling
- Modeling Joule heating
- Lab: Model Joule heating
- Lab: Model a Peltier cooler
- Assessment: Joule heating and Peltier cooler

- Extending the solver functionality with a user-written subroutine
- Lab: Using a user written subroutine define a thermostat
- Customizing the thermal solver using plugin functions
- Including and running the plugin function in a solve
- Lab: Using a plugin function to specify a heat transfer coefficient
- Knowledge check: Customize the thermal solver

- Assessment: Advanced thermal modeling applications

Chapters

- Introduction to Desktop Neo - 2021.1
- Overview of Reporting Capabilities - 2021.1
- Simcenter Testlab Neo Process Designer - 2021.1
- Assessment - Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo - 2021.1

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo features and its functionalities.

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo features and its functionalities.

- Tasks and Add-ins
- Desktop Neo Layout
- Project structure and data interoperability
- Configuration and Unit system tools
- Help Features
- Home Ribbon Features
- The pivot table and data visualization
- Create and edit displays
- Display features demonstration
- Import and sync an external video
- Lab - Desktop Neo
- Knowledge Check - Introduction to Desktop Neo

- General features about reporting
- Data Lookup
- Using Queries for Reporting
- The Report Format
- Efficient Reporting with the Report Format
- Lab - Create reports
- Knowledge Check - Reporting Capabilities

- Process Designer Overview
- Ribbon Features
- Properties of Methods
- Process Designer Methods
- Building a process
- Lab - Design a process
- Knowledge Check - Neo Process Designer

- Assessment - Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Stepping into the workflow
- Workflow details
- Preparing imported geometry
- Considering the mesh setup
- Refining the mesh
- Setting up the physics
- Analyzing data
- Advanced analysis
- Moving with reference frames
- Effective simulations
- Planning the simulation workflow effectively
- Assessment: Fundamentals of Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Simcenter STAR-CCM+ multiphysics simulation, geometry processing, meshing, solver settings, post processing, and other aspects of the simulation workflow.

Simcenter STAR-CCM+ multiphysics simulation, geometry processing, meshing, solver settings, post processing, and other aspects of the simulation workflow.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- Introduction to the Learning Path

- Overview of CFD in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Lab: Navigating the GUI
- Discovering the GUI (graphical user interface)
- Describing the graphical user interface of Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Knowledge Check: GUI elements
- Discussing essential concepts of Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Introducing the workflow for a cooling pipe
- Lab: Workflow in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Knowledge check: Overview

- Introducing the workflow for a car in a wind tunnel
- Lab: Setting up a car in a wind tunnel
- Preparing the simulation domain of a car in a wind tunnel
- Selecting mesh models for the car in a wind tunnel
- Meshing the car in a wind tunnel
- Physics setup for the car in a wind tunnel
- Analysis of the car in a wind tunnel
- Knowledge check: Workflow

- What file types can be imported?
- Which errors need to be fixed before proceeding?
- Introducing the chip geometry
- Importing and checking parts
- Completing the geometry using operations
- Lab: Preparing the geometry
- The simulation domain workflow
- Extracting the fluid volume
- Knowledge check: Processing geometry
- Transferring parts to regions
- Lab: Creating the fluid region
- Why do we want to organize parts?
- Operations in more detail - Part 1
- Operations in more detail - Part 2
- Knowledge check: Operations

- How does the mesh influence the solution?
- Meshing the coldplate geometry
- Demonstrating surface mesh setup
- Lab: Setting up the coldplate surface mesh
- Why is a surface mesh needed?
- Knowledge check: Surface mesh
- Why are prism layers important?
- Demonstrating volume mesh setup
- Lab: Finishing the coldplate volume mesh
- Which mesh types are available in Simcenter STAR-CCM+?
- How are meshes created?
- Choosing a volume mesh type
- Knowledge check: Volume mesh

- Refining the coldplate mesh
- Reviewing the coldplate mesh
- Refining the thin parts of the coldplate
- Lab: Refining the coldplate mesh
- What options are there to refine mesh?
- Special mesh refinement options
- Knowledge check: Thin mesher
- What makes a good mesh and how to achieve it?
- Recommendations for the volume meshers
- Recommendations for the prism layer mesher
- Knowledge check: Mesh refinement

- Physics of the coldplate
- Selecting physics models
- Lab: Selecting physics models
- Knowledge check: Physics continua
- Physics models in detail
- Physics solvers
- Knowledge check: Time
- Turbulence and energy
- Knowledge check: Turbulence
- Setting boundary conditions and the stopping criterion
- Lab: Applying boundary conditions
- What are initial and boundary conditions?
- Knowledge check: Physics

- Why should we analyze data?
- Judging convergence based on temperature
- Why do we need monitors?
- Knowledge check: Data analysis
- Visualizing temperature in a scene
- Layering information in a scene
- Lab: Visualizing temperature in plot and scene
- Knowledge check: Scenes
- Discussing the first solution
- Lab: Adding scenes for a better visualization
- Which interface should be selected in a scene?
- Changing the design
- Lab: Replacing geometry
- Displaying and deriving parts
- Triggering updates and exports
- Knowledge check: Derived parts and triggers

- When to change from steady to transient?
- Changing from steady to transient
- When does the simulation stop?
- Triggering monitors
- Setting up monitor-based stopping criteria
- Lab: Switching to a transient simulation
- Knowledge check: Transient analysis
- Planning a design study for the chip
- How can a simulation be adapted for a design study?
- Visualizing the design study results
- Lab: Creating a temperature sweep
- Analyzing the design study results
- Knowledge check: Design manager
- Describing the scenario of ball valve lab
- Lab: Monitoring engineering quantities in a ball valve geometry
- Lab answer: Ball valve analysis
- Knowledge check: Ball valve analysis

- Describing the fan scenario
- Organizing large number of parts
- Assessing the surface mesh in a scene
- Creating and refining the volume mesh
- Knowledge check: Fan geometry
- Lab: Organizing and meshing geometry
- Discussing physics models and the MRF approach
- Setting up motion in a steady simulation
- Lab: Moving the fan
- Knowledge check: MRF
- Lab: Monitoring engineering quantities
- Lab answer 1: Expression reports and their perks
- Lab answer 2: Avoiding pitfalls when changing units
- Lab: Creating compelling scenes
- Lab answer: Creating compelling scenes
- Why visualize relative velocity in rotating systems?
- Knowledge check: Motion visualization
- Judging the convergence of the fan
- Lab: Reducing the torque
- Knowledge check: Stopping criteria

- What makes a simulation effective?
- Is the steady simulation converged?
- Is the transient simulation converged?
- What can go wrong in transient simulations?
- Knowledge check: Judge transient
- What are mesh quality metrics?
- Improving mesh quality
- How to create a 2D mesh
- Knowledge check: 2D mesh and quality
- Introducing the nozzle
- Lab: Meeting requirements in a subsonic nozzle
- What should the initial solution be?
- What are field functions?
- Creating user field functions
- Lab: Ramping the pressure at the inlet
- Lab: Initializing pressure in the nozzle
- Lab answer: Initializing pressure in the nozzle
- Knowledge check: Field functions
- Controlling the solver progression
- Lab: Monitoring the flow in the nozzle
- Lab answer: Creating monitoring plots for the nozzle
- Detecting and locating divergence
- Knowledge check: Reaching a solution

- Planning the domain and geometry
- What influences the solution?
- What are boundary layers?
- Knowledge check: Planning the domain
- Planning the physics
- Reference values and boundary conditions
- Describing the scenario of the static mixer lab
- Lab: Examining a failing bleed air distributing system
- Lab answer: Examining a failing bleed air distributing system
- Describing the scenario of the exhaust manifold lab
- Lab: Predicting flow and thermal performance
- Lab answer Part 1: Preparing the exhaust manifold
- Lab answer Part 2: Meshing the exhaust manifold
- Lab answer Part 3: Setting up the physics for the exhaust manifold
- Lab answer Part 4: Setting up data analysis for the exhaust manifold
- Knowledge check: Effective planning
- Managing workflows
- Knowledge check: Managing workflows
- Finding help
- Lab: Finding help
- Finding Learning Events
- Knowledge check: Finding help and learning events

- Assessment: Fundamentals of Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Chapters

- Preparing Geometry for Meshing - 2021.2
- Meshing a Model - 2021.2
- Modeling Connections - 2021.2
- Modeling Assemblies - 2021.2
- Applying Boundary Conditions - 2021.2
- Defining Variable Conditions and Properties - 2021.2
- Modeling Symmetry - 2021.2
- Checking the Model and Resolving Problems - 2021.2
- Assessment: Preparing the model for analysis - 2021.2

- Loading a Model into Simcenter 3D
- Preparing Geometry for Meshing
- Using Synchronous Modeling to Model Parts
- Lab: Using Synchronous Modeling to Modify Parts
- Simplifying Geometry with Idealization
- Lab: Creating Midsurfaces before Meshing
- Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry with Abstraction
- Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Working with Associative Copies of Geometry
- Lab: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Lab Solution: Simplifying Geometry for Meshing
- Assessment: Preparing Geometry

- Selecting a Mesh and Element Type
- Creating a Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 3D Tetrahedral Mesh
- Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Lab: Using Mesh Collectors to Organize the Model
- Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Material Properties for a Mesh
- Lab: Defining Physical Properties for a Mesh
- Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Splitting Complex Bodies for Hexahedral Meshing
- Lab: Creating a 3D Hexahedral Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mesh
- Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 2D Mapped Mesh
- Creating a 1D Mesh
- Lab: Creating a 1D Mesh
- Controlling the Mesh Display
- Creating Mesh Mating Conditions to Connnect Meshes
- Lab: Creating Mesh Mating Conditions
- Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Lab: Editing Meshes with Manual Mesh Techniques
- Controlling Mesh Density
- Lab: Controlling Mesh Density
- Setting Element Size and Surface Curvature
- Lab: Modifying Element Size
- Lab: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Lab Solution: Creating a Structured Mesh
- Assessment: Meshing

- Modeling Connections
- Modeling Pinned Connections
- Lab: Modeling Pinned Connections
- Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Lab: Modeling Connections with Spider Elements
- Modeling Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Edge-Surface Glue Connections
- Lab: Modeling Surface-Surface Glue Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections
- Modeling Bolted Connections Using Nuts
- Lab: Modeling a Bolted Connection with a Nut
- Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Modeling a Tapped Bolted Connection
- Lab: Applying Bolt Pre-loads
- Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Creating Universal Connections
- Lab: Connecting Bodies
- Lab Answer: Connecting Bodies
- Assessment: Modeling Connections

- Modeling Assemblies
- Modeling an Assembly FEM from a CAD Assembly
- Modeling an Assembly FEM without a CAD Assembly
- Lab: Modeling an Associative Assembly FEM
- Lab: Modeling a Non-associative Assembly FEM
- Assessment: Modeling Assemblies

- Applying Boundary Conditions
- Nastran Structural Loads
- Nastran Structural Constraints
- Applying Loads
- Applying Constraints
- Lab: Applying Loads and Constraints
- Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Contact
- Lab: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Lab Answer: Applying Boundary Conditions
- Assessment: Applying Boundary Conditions

- Using Fields
- Types of Fields
- Using Fields to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Using Fields to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Lab: Using a Spatial Map Field to Define a Boundary Condition
- Using a Field to Define Material Properties
- Lab: Using a Field to Define Nonlinear Material Properties
- Displaying Fields
- Lab: Displaying Fields
- Using Expressions
- Lab: Using Expressions to Define Boundary Conditions
- Lab: Defining a Variable Boundary Condition
- Lab Solution: Defining a Variable Boundary Condition
- Assessment: Defining Variable Conditions and Properties

- Symmetry Modeling Overview
- Lab: Modeling a Cyclic Symmetric Structure
- Lab: Modeling an Axisymmetric Structure
- Lab: Using Plane Stress Elements in a Axisymmetric Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Modeling Symmetry

- Checking Mesh Quality
- Techniques for Resolving Mesh Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Mesh Quality Problems
- Checking the Model Before Solving
- Techniques for Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Lab: Resolving Model Quality Issues
- Assessment: Checking the Model and Resolving Problems

- Assessment: Preparing the model for analysis

Chapters

- Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis - 2021.2
- Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows - 2021.2
- Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows - 2021.2
- Assessment: Solving the Model - 2021.2

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

- Using Solutions and Subcases
- Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Lab: Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Defining Solution Attributes
- Setting Solver Parameters
- Solving the Model
- Dealing with Common Solver Errors
- Validating Results
- Assessment: Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis

- Structural Analysis Overview
- Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Using Subcase Versus Global Constraints
- Linear Buckling Analysis Overview
- Linear Buckling Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Buckling Analysis Workflow
- Assessment: Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows

- Nonlinear Analysis Overview
- Setting Up a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
- Using Time Steps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Lab: Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Assessment: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows

- Assessment: Solving the Model

Chapters

- Displaying Results in Post Views - 2021.2
- Manipulating Results Data - 2021.2
- Graphing Results - 2021.2
- Saving and Restoring Views - 2021.2
- Generating Reports - 2021.2
- Assessment: Reviewing Analysis Results - 2021.2

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

- Displaying Results Overview
- Displaying Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Results in a Post View
- Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Lab: Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Lab: Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Animating Results
- Lab: Animating Results
- Annotating Results
- Lab: Annotating Results
- Displaying More Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Lab: Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Calculating and Displaying Beam Stresses
- Lab: Displaying Beam Stresses
- Displaying Symmetry Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Axisymmetric Results in a Post View
- Displaying Results in the Results Viewer
- Lab: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Lab Solution: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Assessment: Displaying Results in Post Views

- Manipulating Results Data Overview
- Identifying and Outputting Results
- Lab: Identifying and Outputting Results
- Creating Custom Results
- Lab: Creating Custom Results
- Combining and Enveloping Results
- Lab: Enveloping and Combining Results
- Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Lab: Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Assessment: Manipulating Results Data

- Graphing Overview
- Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Lab: Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Lab: Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Graphing Results Across Iterations
- Lab: Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Plotting Two Functions
- Lab: Plotting Two Functions
- Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Graphing Results
- Lab Answer: Graphing Results
- Assessment: Graphing Results

- Saving and Restoring Views
- Saving and Restoring Layout States to Set Up Views
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Layout States to Set Up Views
- Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Assessment: Saving and Restoring Views

- Introduction to Creating Reports
- Generating a Report
- Customizing a Report Template
- Assessment: Generating Reports

- Assessment: Reviewing Analysis Results

Chapters

- Adaptive Meshing - 2021.2
- Superelements - 2021.2
- Introduction to Thermal Analysis - 2021.2
- Geometry Optimization - 2021.2
- Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization - 2021.2
- Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization - 2021.2
- Assessment: Processes and Solutions - 2021.2

Learn how to analyze models using specialized Simcenter 3D tools.

Learn how to analyze models using specialized Simcenter 3D tools.

- Adaptive Meshing Overview
- Refining a Mesh with Adaptive Meshing
- Lab: Refining a Mesh with Adaptive Meshing
- Assessment: Adaptive Meshing

- Superelement Analysis Overview
- Reducing a Subassembly to a Superelement
- Lab: Reducing a Subassembly to a Superelement
- System Modeling with External Superelements Overview
- Modeling with External Superelements
- Lab: Modeling with External Superelements
- Assessment: Superelements

- Thermal Analysis Overview
- Setting Up and Solving a Thermal Analysis
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving a Thermal Analysis
- Assessment: Introduction to Thermal Analysis

- Geometry Optimization Overview
- Geometry Optimization Workflow
- Lab: Geometry Optimization
- Assessment: Geometry Optimization

- Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization Overview
- Setting up the Model for Nastran Design Optimization
- Creating Constraints and Solving for Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization
- Lab: Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization
- Assessment: Design Optimization

- Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization Overview
- Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization Workflow
- Lab: Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization
- Assessment: Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization

- Assessment: Processes and Solutions

Chapter

- Response Dynamics - 2021.2

Learn how to use response dynamics to analyze a model's response to an excitation.

Learn how to use response dynamics to analyze a model's response to an excitation.

- Response Dynamics Overview
- Setting Up and Solving a Response Dynamics Analysis
- Lab: Part 1: Setting Up and Solving a Response Dynamics Analysis
- Solving a Transient Analysis
- Lab: Part 2: Solving a Response Dynamics Transient Analysis
- Analyzing a Random Event
- Lab: Analyzing a Random Event
- Part 1: Analyzing Response to Harmonic and PSD Excitations
- Part 2: Analyzing Response to Harmonic and PSD Excitations
- Lab: Analyzing Response to Harmonic and PSD Excitations
- Assessment: Introduction to Response Dynamics Analysis

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- NX User Interface - 1980
- Create a basic part - 1980
- Organize and display part models - 1980
- Create cylindrical parts using sketches - 1980
- Add Finishing Details - 1980
- Simple changes and part interrogation - 1980
- Basic part edits using synchronous - 1980
- Analyze existing assemblies - 1980
- Bottom-up assembly building - 1980
- Create a basic part drawing - 1980
- Using legacy sketch with NX 1980 - 1980
- Assessment: NX Basic Design - 1980

In this learning path, you will explore methods for developing and editing basic solid models, assembly models, and drawings.

In this learning path, you will explore methods for developing and editing basic solid models, assembly models, and drawings.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- NX Basic Design Intro

- NX User Interface
- Getting started in NX
- Getting started in NX
- Create a part and start to work in NX
- Create a part and start to work in NX
- Create new part files
- Open, save, and close existing part files
- Knowledge Check: NX User Interface

- Building simple shapes using sketch
- Extruding simple shapes
- Creating a simple part
- Extruding a simple sketch section
- Creating a part using simple shapes
- Modify sketch curves
- Trim curves to create a snap ring
- Knowledge Check: Create a basic part
- Complete the input shaft model

- Visibility and display of objects
- Change the view display
- Change the view display
- Selection and organizing of objects
- Create a Feature Group
- Organize the cap model
- Knowledge Check: Organize and display part models

- Create cylindrical parts using sketches
- Define a sketch profile
- Define a sketch profile
- Create sketch relations
- Add geometric relations to a profile
- Add geometric relations to a profile
- Create sketch dimensions
- Add dimensions to a profile
- Add dimensions to a profile
- Edit sketch relations
- Sketch a bolt circle
- Revolve a sketch profile
- Using datums to define the angle of a boss
- Revolve a sketch profile
- Create datums for a sketch
- Use datums to define the angle of a boss
- Revolve and extrude using booleans
- Knowledge Check: Create cylindrical parts using sketches

- Add Finishing details
- Add Finishing details
- Add holes to a coupler
- Blend and chamfer edges of the coupler
- Defining holes for a mount arm
- Create threads
- Knowledge Check: Add Finishing Details
- Complete the support mounting block
- Complete the milling support bracket model

- Simple changes and part interrogation
- Using the Model History
- Reorder rename and remove features
- Reorder features of an oil pan
- Identify sketch parameters and Expressions
- Measure Model Features
- Analyze the structure of an existing part
- Knowledge Check: Simple changes and part interrogation
- Simple Changes and Part Interrogation

- Basic part edits using synchronous
- Move and Replace Face
- Move faces using three points
- Resize Blends and Chamfers
- Resize blend and chamfer faces
- Knowledge Check: Basic part edits using synchronous

- Introduction to Assemblies – Part 1
- Introduction to Assemblies – Part 2
- Minimally load a large assembly
- Minimal loading of a large assembly
- Open an assembly and edit assembly components
- Work in the context of an assembly
- Knowledge Check: Analyze existing assemblies

- Bottom-up assembly building
- Assemble
- Define a simple assembly using Assemble
- Create an assembly using the bottom-up approach
- Create a bearing mount assembly
- Constrain an assembly
- Constrain a bearing mount assembly
- Constrain a spray pump assembly
- Part families and assemblies
- Build an assembly using part family members
- Add part family members to build a clamp
- Create a pattern of components
- Pattern shelf components
- Reference a patterned feature to pattern fasteners
- Knowledge Check: Bottom-up assembly building
- Create and constrain a new assembly

- Create a new drawing
- Create a new non-master drawing
- Edit the parameters of a master model
- Create a new non-master drawing
- Open and edit drawing sheets
- Create drafting views and annotations
- Add views to a drawing
- Add views to a drawing
- Add dimensions to a drawing
- Add dimensions to a drawing
- Knowledge Check: Create a basic part drawing
- Thank you for Watching NX Basic Design

- Building simple shapes using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Extruding a simple sketch section
- (Legacy sketch) Creating a part using simple shapes
- (Legacy sketch) Trim curves to create a snap ring
- Create cylindrical parts using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Define a sketch profile
- Create sketch constraints
- (Legacy sketch) Add geometric constraints to a profile
- Create sketch dimensions
- (Legacy sketch) Add dimensional constraints to a profile
- (Legacy sketch) Constrain a sketch using reference objects
- Adding details using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Create a circular pattern of sketch curves
- (Legacy sketch) Define symmetry within a sketch
- Analyze a design
- (Legacy sketch) Alter a sketch to complete model edits
- (Legacy sketch) Resolve parent references for a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Modify an unparameterized model using a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Revolve a sketch profile
- (Legacy sketch) Create datums for a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Use datums to define the angle of a boss
- (Legacy sketch) Add holes to a coupler
- (Legacy sketch) Create user defined expressions for a model
- (Legacy sketch) Extrude with offsets
- (Legacy sketch) Create a linkage arm by sweeping geometry
- (Legacy sketch) Create a linkage using a tube
- (Legacy sketch) Pattern cooling fins using external references
- (Legacy sketch) Edit features and resolve failures
- (Legacy sketch) Create a fixture assembly using top-down
- (Legacy sketch) Model a key in context of an assembly
- (Legacy sketch) Use Assembly Cut

- Assessment: NX Basic Design

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- NX User Interface - 1953
- Create a basic part - 1953
- Organize and display part models - 1953
- Create cylindrical parts using sketches - 1953
- Add Finishing Details - 1953
- Simple changes and part interrogation - 1953
- Basic part edits using synchronous - 1953
- Analyze existing assemblies - 1953
- Bottom-up assembly building - 1953
- Create a basic part drawing - 1953
- Using legacy sketch with NX 1953

In this learning path, you will explore methods for developing and editing basic solid models, assembly models, and drawings.

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- NX Basic Design Intro

- NX User Interface
- Getting started in NX
- Getting started in NX
- Create a part and start to work in NX
- Create a part and start to work in NX
- Create new part files
- Open, save, and close existing part files
- Knowledge Check: NX User Interface

- Building simple shapes using sketch
- Extruding simple shapes
- Creating a simple part
- Extruding a simple sketch section
- Creating a part using simple shapes
- Modify sketch curves
- Trim curves to create a snap ring
- Knowledge Check: Create a basic part
- Complete the input shaft model

- Visibility and display of objects
- Change the view display
- Change the view display
- Selection and organizing of objects
- Create a Feature Group
- Organize the cap model
- Knowledge Check: Organize and display part models

- Create cylindrical parts using sketches
- Define a sketch profile
- Define a sketch profile
- Create sketch relations
- Add geometric relations to a profile
- Add geometric relations to a profile
- Create sketch dimensions
- Add dimensions to a profile
- Add dimensions to a profile
- Edit sketch relations
- Sketch a bolt circle
- Revolve a sketch profile
- Using datums to define the angle of a boss
- Revolve a sketch profile
- Create datums for a sketch
- Use datums to define the angle of a boss
- Revolve and extrude using booleans
- Knowledge Check: Create cylindrical parts using sketches
- Complete the milling support bracket model

- Add Finishing details
- Add Finishing details
- Add holes to a coupler
- Blend and chamfer edges of the coupler
- Defining holes for a mount arm
- Create threads
- Knowledge Check: Add Finishing Details
- Complete the support mounting block

- Simple changes and part interrogation
- Using the Model History
- Reorder rename and remove features
- Reorder features of an oil pan
- Identify sketch parameters and Expressions
- Measure Model Features
- Analyze the structure of an existing part
- Knowledge Check: Simple changes and part interrogation
- Simple Changes and Part Interrogation

- Basic part edits using synchronous
- Move and Replace Face
- Move faces using three points
- Resize Blends and Chamfers
- Resize blend and chamfer faces
- Knowledge Check: Basic part edits using synchronous

- Introduction to Assemblies – Part 1
- Introduction to Assemblies – Part 2
- Minimally load a large assembly
- Minimal loading of a large assembly
- Open an assembly and edit assembly components
- Work in the context of an assembly
- Knowledge Check: Analyze existing assemblies

- Bottom-up assembly building
- Create an assembly using the bottom-up approach
- Create a bearing mount assembly
- Constrain an assembly
- Constrain a bearing mount assembly
- Constrain a spray pump assembly
- Part families and assemblies
- Build an assembly using part family members
- Add part family members to build a clamp
- Create a pattern of components
- Pattern shelf components
- Reference a patterned feature to pattern fasteners
- Knowledge Check: Bottom-up assembly building
- Create and constrain a new assembly

- Create a new drawing
- Create a new non-master drawing
- Edit the parameters of a master model
- Create a new non-master drawing
- Open and edit drawing sheets
- Create drafting views and annotations
- Add views to a drawing
- Add views to a drawing
- Add dimensions to a drawing
- Add dimensions to a drawing
- Knowledge Check: Create a basic part drawing
- Thank you for Watching NX Basic Design

- Building simple shapes using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Extruding a simple sketch section
- (Legacy sketch) Creating a part using simple shapes
- (Legacy sketch) Trim curves to create a snap ring
- Create cylindrical parts using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Define a sketch profile
- Create sketch constraints
- (Legacy sketch) Add geometric constraints to a profile
- Create sketch dimensions
- (Legacy sketch) Add dimensional constraints to a profile
- (Legacy sketch) Constrain a sketch using reference objects
- Adding details using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Create a circular pattern of sketch curves
- (Legacy sketch) Define symmetry within a sketch
- Analyze a design
- (Legacy sketch) Alter a sketch to complete model edits
- (Legacy sketch) Resolve parent references for a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Modify an unparameterized model using a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Revolve a sketch profile
- (Legacy sketch) Create datums for a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Use datums to define the angle of a boss
- (Legacy sketch) Add holes to a coupler
- (Legacy sketch) Create user defined expressions for a model
- (Legacy sketch) Extrude with offsets
- (Legacy sketch) Create a linkage arm by sweeping geometry
- (Legacy sketch) Create a linkage using a tube
- (Legacy sketch) Pattern cooling fins using external references
- (Legacy sketch) Edit features and resolve failures
- (Legacy sketch) Create a fixture assembly using top-down
- (Legacy sketch) Model a key in context of an assembly
- (Legacy sketch) Use Assembly Cut

Chapters

- Introduction to FLOEFD for CATIA
- FLOEFD for CATIA Project Creation
- Boundary Conditions and Goals in FLOEFD for CATIA
- Solving and Post Processing in FLOEFD for CATIA
- FLOEFD for CATIA Meshing
- Parametric Study in FLOEFD for CATIA
- FLOEFD for CATIA Advanced Meshing
- Assessment: FLOEFD for CATIA

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for CATIA with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

This course will provide new users of FloEFD for CATIA with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems.

- Introduction to CFD
- The Numerical Basis of FLOEFD
- Introduction to FLOEFD Meshing Technology
- KC 1: Introduction to FLOEFD
- FLOEFD Capabilities Part 1
- FLOEFD Capabilities Part 2
- What Does FLOEFD Do?
- KC 2: Introduction to FLOEFD

- Getting Started With FLOEFD
- FLOEFD Project Creation
- FLOEFD Computational Domain and File Structure
- KC 1: FLOEFD Project Creation
- Lab: FLOEFD Project Creation

- Boundary Conditions in FLOEFD
- Introduction to Goals in FLOEFD
- KC 1: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Goals Setup in FLOEFD
- Basic Automatic Meshing in FLOEFD
- KC 2: Boundary Conditions and Goals
- Lab: Boundary Conditions and Goals Setup

- Solving and Monitoring
- Post Processing: Cut Plots and Surface Plots
- KC 1: Solving and Post Processing
- Post Processing: Isosurface Plots and Flow Trajectories
- Post Processing: Numerical Results
- KC 2: Solving and Post Processing
- Lab: Solving and Post Processing

- Introduction to FLOEFD Meshing
- Manual Global Mesh Settings
- Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- KC 1: FLOEFD Meshing
- Additional Global Mesh Refinement Settings
- Local Mesh Settings
- KC 2: FLOEFD Meshing
- Lab: Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Lab: Mesh Optimization

- Introduction to Parametric Studies
- Parametric Study Creation
- DOE and Optimization in FLOEFD
- KC 1: FLOEFD Parametric Study

- Advanced Refinement Settings
- Control Planes
- Solution Adaptive Meshing
- KC 1: FLOEFD Advanced Meshing

- Assessment: FLOEFD for CATIA

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- Fundamental equations and concepts
- Theoretical concepts in turbulent flows
- Fundamental concepts of turbulence modeling
- Modeling turbulence in simulation
- Modeling turbulence using two-equation models
- Scale resolving simulations and transition modeling
- Assessment: Turbulence and turbulence modeling

Turbulence is mainly modeled in CFD simulations. This course describes the background of many models and a bit about their history. Contains no labs.

Turbulence is mainly modeled in CFD simulations. This course describes the background of many models and a bit about their history. Contains no labs.

- Introduction to the Learning Path

- Governing equations
- Classifying flows
- Comparing laminar and turbulent flows
- Knowledge Check: Fundamental concepts
- When and why does a flow become turbulent?
- Characterizing turbulent flow
- Velocity profiles in turbulent flow
- Knowledge check: Pipe flow
- References: Fundamental equations and concepts

- Changing the flow with time
- What is the energy cascading process
- Characterizing turbulent scales
- Inconsistencies leading to turbulence
- Knowledge Check: Theoretical concepts
- References: Theoretical concepts in turbulent flows

- Approaches to solving turbulence
- When to use DNS or an averaging approach
- Explaining the Reynolds decomposition
- Explaining the RANS equations and turbulence models
- Knowledge Check: Modeling concepts
- References: Fundamental concepts of turbulence modeling

- What do we know about turbulence modeling?
- Deriving and modeling the Reynolds stresses
- Reynolds Stress Transport model
- Introducing the eddy viscosity models
- Knowledge Check: Simulate turbulence
- Modeling Reynolds stresses using the Spalart-Allmaras model
- Knowledge check: Spalart-Allmaras
- References: Modeling turbulence in simulation

- Modeling Reynolds stresses using the Standard k-Epsilon model
- Modeling Reynolds stresses using the Realizable k-Epsilon model
- Modeling Reynolds stresses using the k-Omega model
- Knowledge Check: Two-Equations
- Limits of the eddy viscosity models
- How to account for near wall turbulence effects?
- The elliptic relaxation idea
- Blending the elliptic relaxation model
- Summary of RANS turbulence models in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Knowledge Check: Eddy viscosity
- References: Modeling turbulence using two-equation models

- Accepting the challenge: Applied LES
- Explaining the subgrid scale models
- DES: Mixing RANS and LES
- Knowledge Check: Scale resolving
- Transition modeling
- Transition models in Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- Knowledge check: Transition
- References: Explaining large eddy simulations
- Leaving the Learning Path

- Assessment: Turbulence and turbulence modeling

Chapters

- Analysis with Simcenter 3D/Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Meshing Acoustics Models
- Setting Up and Solving Acoustics Solutions
- Model and Load Pre-Processing
- Using Alternate Component Representations
- Assessment: Working-with-Simcenter-3D/Simcenter-Nastran-FEM-Acoustics

This learning path teaches users how to prepare a Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics model and review analysis results.

This learning path teaches users how to prepare a Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics model and review analysis results.

- Introduction to Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Analyzing an Acoustics Model in Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Lab: Analyzing an Acoustics Model in Simcenter 3D/Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Analysis with the Simcenter 3D Noise and Vibration Solver
- Knowledge Check: Introduction to Simcenter 3D/Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics

- Meshes for Acoustic Models
- Acoustic Mesh Types
- Meshing Structural Models
- Lab: Meshing Structural Models
- Meshing for Interior Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Interior Acoustic Analysis
- Meshing for External Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Exterior Acoustic Analysis
- Creating a Microphone Mesh
- Lab: Creating a Microphone Mesh
- Acoustic Materials
- Lab: Meshing an Acoustics Model
- Lab Solution: Meshing an Acoustics Model
- Lab: Meshing Vibro-acoustics Model
- Lab Solution Part 1: Meshing a Vibro-acoustics Model
- Lab Solution Part 2: Meshing a Vibro-acoustics Model
- Knowledge Check: Meshing an Acoustics Model

- Setting Up and Solving an Acoustics Model
- Solution Types for Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Solution Parameters for Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving an Acoustics Model
- Boundary Conditions for Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran Acoustics FEM
- Creating Boundary Conditions for Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating a Boundary Condition for Acoustics Analysis
- Creating Loads for Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Loads for Acoustics Analysis
- Creating Constraints for Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Constraints for Acoustics Analysis
- Simulation Objects for Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics
- Creating Simulation Objects for Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Simulation Objects for Acoustics Analysis
- Solving the Acoustics Model and Reviewing Acoustics Analysis Results
- Post Processing Scenarios
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving a Vibro-Acoustic Analysis
- Lab Solution: Part 1: Setting Up and Solving a Vibro-Acoustics Analysis
- Lab Solution: Part 2: Setting Up and Solving a Vibro-Acoustics Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Setting Up and Solving an Acoustics Solution

- Model and Load Pre-Processing
- Transforming External Result Data for Acoustics Loads
- Lab: Using CFD Data to Create Fan Noise Loads
- Knowledge Check: Model and Load Pre-Processing

- Using Alternate Component Representations in Acoustics Models
- Creating a Mode Set to Represent a Structural Model
- Lab: Creating a Mode Set to Represent a Structural Model
- Creating an ATV Set to Represent an Acoustics Model
- Lab: Creating an ATV Set to Represent an Acoustics Model
- Evaluating MATV Response Using Noise and Vibration
- Lab: Evaluating MATV Response Using Noise and Vibration
- Creating and Using an FRF Set in a Vibro-Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Creating and Using an FRF Set in a Vibro-Acoustic Analysis
- KC: Using Alternate Component Representations

- Assessment: Working-with-Simcenter-3D/Simcenter-Nastran-FEM-Acoustics

Chapters

- Gearbox Noise Radiation
- Transmission Loss Using Duct Modes
- Panel Transmission Loss
- Electric Motor Noise
- Pass-By Noise
- Satellite Vibration
- Assessment: Applications of Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics

This learning path teaches users how to apply Simcenter 3D/Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics analysis to solve problems in industry.

This learning path teaches users how to apply Simcenter 3D/Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics analysis to solve problems in industry.

- Analyzing Gearbox Noise Radiation
- Lab: Analyzing Motion to Acoustics Gearbox Noise
- Lab Solution: Setting up the Gearbox Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Acoustic Model
- Lab Solution: Analyzing and Mapping Data
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving the Vibro-acoustics Model
- Knowledge Check: Gearbox Noise Radiation

- Analyzing Transmission Loss with Duct Modes
- Lab: Analyzing Transmission Loss of a Muffler Using Duct Modes
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Finite Element Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving the Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Transmission Loss Using Duct Modes

- Analyzing Panel Transmission Loss
- Lab: Analyzing Aircraft Panel Transmission Loss
- Lab Solution: Setting up the Acoustic Model
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Solution
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Results
- Lab Solution: Applying Static Pressure and Temperature
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Static Pressure and Temperature Results
- Lab Solution: Analyzing Narrow Band Results
- Knowledge Check: Panel Transmission Loss

- Analyzing Electric Motor Noise
- Lab: Analyzing Electric Motor Noise
- Lab Solution: Analyzing Electric Motor Noise
- Knowledge Check: Electric Motor Noise

- Analyzing Pass By Noise
- Lab: Analyzing Car Engine Bay Noise
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Acoustic Solution
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Acoustic Objects
- Lab Solution: Reviewing Acoustic Results
- Knowledge Check: Pass By Noise

- Analyzing Satellite Vibration
- Lab: Analyzing Response to Random Excitation of a Satellite
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the Satellite Model
- Lab Solution: Solving and Reviewing Results
- Lab Solution: Creating the Random Vibro-Acoustic Solution
- Lab Solution: Defining the AML and Plane Waves
- Lab Solution: Setting Up the PSD Solution
- Lab Solution: Solving and Reviewing Results
- Knowledge Check: Satellite Vibration

- Assessment: Applications of Simcenter 3D / Simcenter Nastran FEM Acoustics

Chapters

- Ray Acoustics
- Parking Sensor Simulation
- Interior Acoustics and Particle Tracing
- Assessment: Ray Acoustics

This learning path teaches users how to prepare a Ray Acoustics model, solve it, and review analysis results.

This learning path teaches users how to prepare a Ray Acoustics model, solve it, and review analysis results.

- Introduction to Simcenter 3D Ray Acoustics
- Ray Acoustics Analysis Theory
- Meshing a Ray Acoustics Model
- Setting Up a Ray Acoustics Model
- Reviewing Ray Acoustics Results
- Analyzing a Ray Acoustics Model
- Lab: Analyzing a Ray Acoustics Model
- Knowledge Check: Ray Acoustics

- Introduction to Parking Sensor Simulation
- Lab: Parking Sensor Simulation
- Lab Solution: Exploring the FE Model and Directionality Field
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving the Ray Acoustics Simulation
- Lab Solution: Exploring Results
- Knowledge Check: Parking Sensor Simulation

- Introduction to Interior Acoustics and Particle Tracing
- Lab: Car Audio Simulation
- Lab Solution: Analyzing a Car Audio Problem
- Knowledge Check: Interior Acoustics and Particle Tracing

- Assessment: Ray Acoustics

Chapters

- Thermal Management and PCB Modeling in FLOEFD
- Using EDA Data
- Component Modeling in FLOEFD
- Meshing Advices and Thermal Radiation in FLOEFD
- Advanced Post Processing in FLOEFD
- Cooling Electronic Systems in FLOEFD
- Calibration in FLOEFD
- Assessment: FLOEFD Thermal Management of Electronic Systems

The course provides a detailed description of Simcenter FLOEFD™ capabilities in the specific usage of electronics cooling and thermal management.

The course provides a detailed description of Simcenter FLOEFD™ capabilities in the specific usage of electronics cooling and thermal management.

- Thermal Management in FLOEFD
- PCB Modeling Levels in FLOEFD
- PCB Compact Modeling Level
- KC 1: Thermal Management and PCB Modeling in FLOEFD
- Lab Exercise 1: PCB Modeling Using Printed Circuit Board and Volume Heat Sources

- FLOEDA Bridge User Interface and Importing EDA Data
- FLOEDA Bridge Capabilities
- EDA Data Transfer to FLOEFD
- KC 1: Using EDA Data
- Lab Exercise 2: Modeling Using Smart PCB and Volume Heat Sources

- Introduction to Thermal Component Models
- Component Modeling Levels
- KC 1: Component Modeling in FLOEFD
- FLOEFD Package Creator
- Generating and Importing TCMs
- KC 2: Component Modeling in FLOEFD
- Lab Exercise 3: Modeling of ICs Using 2R and Detailed Modeling

- Meshing Advice
- Thermal Radiation
- KC 1: Meshing Advice and Thermal Radiation

- Post Processing Creating Plane Plots, Surface Plots and Flow Trajectories
- Post Processing Shortcut and Bottleneck Numbers Equation Goals and Flux Report
- KC 1: FLOEFD Post Processing

- Cooling Electronic Systems Using Heat Pipes
- Cooling Electronic Systems Using Axial Fans
- Cooling Electronic Systems Cold Plates and Joule Heating Effects
- KC 1: Cooling Electronic Systems in FLOEFD
- Lab Exercise 4: Thermal Management Using Axial Fans and Heat Pipes

- Calibration in FLOEFD
- KC 1: Calibration in FLOEFD
- Lab Exercise 5: Calibration

- Assessment: FLOEFD Thermal Management of Electronic Systems

Chapters

- Introduction to Desktop Neo
- Overview of Reporting Capabilities
- Simcenter Testlab Neo Process Designer
- Assessment - Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo features and its functionalities.

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo features and its functionalities.

- Tasks and Add-ins
- Desktop Neo Layout
- Project structure and data interoperability
- Configuration and Unit system tools
- Help Features
- Home Ribbon Features
- The pivot table and data visualization
- Create and edit displays
- Display features demonstration
- Import and sync an external video
- Lab - Desktop Neo
- Knowledge Check - Introduction to Desktop Neo

- General features about reporting
- Data Lookup
- Using Queries for Reporting
- The Report Format
- Efficient Reporting with the Report Format
- Lab - Create reports
- Knowledge Check - Reporting Capabilities

- Process Designer Overview
- Ribbon Features
- Properties of Methods
- Process Designer Methods
- Building a process
- Lab - Design a process
- Knowledge Check - Neo Process Designer

- Assessment - Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Desktop Neo

Chapters

- Chapter 1 - User Interface
- Chapter 2 - Geometry and DXF import
- Chapter 3 - BLDC Geometry
- Chapter 4 - BLDC Windings
- Chapter 5 - BLDC Motor Charts
- Chapter 6 - Material Properties

This learning path covers tools needed to build and analyze a motor, such as modifying geometry, setting windings, defining materials and viewing results.

This learning path covers tools needed to build and analyze a motor, such as modifying geometry, setting windings, defining materials and viewing results.

- Graphical User Interface
- Commands
- Knowledge Check 1: User Interface
- Designs
- Results
- Materials
- Knowledge Check 2: User Interface
- Assessment: User Interface

- Geometry Templates
- Knowledge Check 1: Geometry and DXF import
- DXF Import - Part 1
- DXF Import - Part 2
- Knowledge Check 2: Geometry and DXF import
- Assessment: Geometry and DXF import

- BLDC Rotor Templates - Part 1
- BLDC Rotor Templates - Part 2
- Knowledge Check 1: BLDC Geometry
- BLDC & IM Stator Templates - Part 1
- BLDC & IM Stator Templates - Part 2
- Knowledge Check 2: BLDC Geometry
- Assessment: BLDC Geometry

- BLDC & IM Stator Windings - Part 1
- Knowledge Check 1: BLDC Windings
- BLDC & IM Stator Windings - Part 2
- Knowledge Check 2: BLDC Windings
- BLDC Stator Windings - Part 3
- Knowledge Check 3: BLDC Windings
- Assessment: BLDC Windings

- BLDC Specifications & Operating Point
- Knowledge Check 1: BLDC Motor Charts
- BLDC Advance Angle
- Knowledge Check 2: BLDC Motor Charts
- BLDC Motor Performance Charts - Part 1
- BLDC Motor Performance Charts - Part 2
- BLDC Motor Performance Charts - Part 3
- Knowledge Check 3: BLDC Motor Charts
- BLDC Motor Analysis Charts - Part 1
- BLDC Motor Analysis Charts - Part 2
- Assessment: BLDC Motor Charts

- MS Essential Material Properties
- Permeability
- Conductivity / Resistivity
- Knowledge Check 1: Material Properties
- Iron Loss
- Knowledge Check 2: Material Properties
- BLDC & DCM Permanent Magnets and Demagnetization - Part 1
- BLDC & DCM Permanent Magnets and Demagnetization - Part 2
- Knowledge Check 3: Material Properties
- Assessment: Material Properties

Chapters

- Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis
- Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows
- Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows
- Assessment: Solving the Model

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

Learn how to solve a model with the Simcenter Nastran solver using structural analysis types.

- Using Solutions and Subcases
- Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Lab: Creating Solutions and Subcases
- Defining Solution Attributes
- Setting Solver Parameters
- Solving the Model
- Dealing with Common Warnings from the Solve
- Determining the Validity of Results
- Knowledge Check: Setting Up and Running a Structural Analysis

- Structural Analysis Overview
- Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Statics Analysis Workflow
- Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Normal Modes Analysis Workflow
- Using Subcase Constraints Versus Global Constraints
- Linear Buckling Analysis Overview
- Linear Buckling Analysis Workflow
- Lab: Linear Buckling Analysis Workflow
- Knowledge Check: Introduction to Structural Analysis Workflows

- Nonlinear Analysis Overview
- Setting Up a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
- Using Time Steps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Lab: Using Timesteps in a Nonlinear Solution
- Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Lab: Evaluating Nonlinear Models
- Knowledge Check: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Workflows

- Assessment: Solving the Model

Chapter

- Response Dynamics

Learn how to use response dynamics to analyze a model's response to an excitation.

Learn how to use response dynamics to analyze a model's response to an excitation.

- Response Dynamics Overview
- Setting Up and Solving a Response Dynamics Analysis
- Lab: Part 1: Setting Up and Solving a Response Dynamics Analysis
- Solving a Transient Analysis
- Lab: Part 2: Solving a Response Dynamics Transient Analysis
- Analyzing a Random Event
- Lab: Analyzing a Random Event
- Part 1: Analyzing Response to Harmonic and PSD Excitations
- Part 2: Analyzing Response to Harmonic and PSD Excitations
- Lab: Analyzing Response to Harmonic and PSD Excitations
- Assessment: Introduction to Response Dynamics Analysis

Chapters

- Adaptive Meshing
- Superelements
- Introduction to Thermal Analysis
- Geometry Optimization
- Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization
- Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization
- Assessment: Processes and Solutions

Learn how to analyze models using specialized Simcenter 3D tools.

Learn how to analyze models using specialized Simcenter 3D tools.

- Adaptive Meshing Overview
- Refining a Mesh with Adaptive Meshing
- Lab: Refining a Mesh with Adaptive Meshing
- Knowledge Check: Adaptive Meshing

- Superelement Analysis Overview
- Reducing a Subassembly to a Superelement
- Lab: Reducing a Subassembly to a Superelement
- System Modeling with External Superelements Overview
- Modeling with External Superelements
- Lab: Modeling with External Superelements
- Knowledge Check: Superelements

- Thermal Analysis Overview
- Setting Up and Solving a Thermal Analysis
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving a Thermal Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Introduction to Thermal Analysis

- Geometry Optimization Overview
- Geometry Optimization Workflow
- Lab: Geometry Optimization
- Knowledge Check: Geometry Optimization

- Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization Overview
- Setting up the Model for Nastran Design Optimization
- Creating Constraints and Solving for Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization
- Lab: Simcenter Nastran Design Optimization
- Knowledge Check: Design Optimization

- Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization Overview
- Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization Workflow
- Lab: Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization
- Knowledge Check: Simcenter Nastran Topology Optimization

- Assessment: Processes and Solutions

Chapters

- Displaying Results in Post Views
- Manipulating Results Data
- Graphing Results
- Saving and Restoring Views
- Generating Reports
- Assessment: Reviewing Analysis Results

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

Learn how to display analysis results using post views, graphs, and reports.

- Displaying Results Overview
- Displaying Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Results in a Post View
- Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Lab: Controlling Visibility in Post Views
- Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Lab: Displaying Results in Multiple Viewports
- Animating Results
- Lab: Animating Results
- Annotating Results
- Lab: Annotating Results
- Displaying More Results in Post Processing
- Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Lab: Displaying Stress/Strain Results on 2D Elements
- Calculating and Displaying Beam Stresses
- Lab: Displaying Beam Stresses
- Displaying Symmetry Results in a Post View
- Lab: Displaying Axisymmetric Results in a Post View
- Displaying Results in the Results Viewer
- Lab: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Lab Solution: Displaying Results in Post Views
- Knowledge Check: Displaying Results in Post Views

- Manipulating Results Data Overview
- Identifying and Outputting Results
- Lab: Identifying and Outputting Results
- Creating Custom Results
- Lab: Creating Custom Results
- Combining and Enveloping Results
- Lab: Enveloping and Combining Results
- Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Lab: Creating Nodal Force Reports
- Knowledge Check: Manipulating Results Data

- Graphing Overview
- Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Lab: Graphing Results Across FE Entities
- Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Lab: Graphing Results Using a Query Curve
- Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Lab: Graphing Results Across Multiple Iterations
- Plotting Two Functions
- Lab: Plotting Two Functions
- Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Modifying Graph Display Properties
- Lab: Graphing Results
- Lab Solution: Graphing Results
- Knowledge Check: Graphing Results

- Saving and Restoring Views
- Saving and Restoring Snapshots to Set Up Views
- Lab: Using Snapshots to Set Up Views
- Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Lab: Saving and Restoring Post View Settings
- Knowledge Check: Saving and Restoring Views

- Introduction to Creating Reports
- Generating a Report
- Customizing a Report Template
- Knowledge Check: Generating Reports

- Assessment: Reviewing Analysis Results

Chapters

- Learning Experience Overview
- NX User Interface
- Create a basic part
- Organize and display part models
- Create cylindrical parts using sketches
- Add Finishing Details
- Simple changes and part interrogation
- Basic part edits using synchronous
- Analyze existing assemblies
- Bottom-up assembly building
- Create a basic part drawing
- Using legacy sketch with NX 2007
- Assessment: NX Basic Design

- Welcome: Navigation Overview
- NX Basic Design Intro

- NX User Interface
- Getting started in NX
- Getting started in NX
- Create a part and start to work in NX
- Create a part and start to work in NX
- Create new part files
- Open, save, and close existing part files
- Knowledge Check: NX User Interface

- Building simple shapes using sketch
- Extruding simple shapes
- Creating a simple part
- Extruding a simple sketch section
- Creating a part using simple shapes
- Modify sketch curves
- Trim curves to create a snap ring
- Knowledge Check: Create a basic part
- Complete the input shaft model

- Visibility and display of objects
- Change the view display
- Change the view display
- Selection and organizing of objects
- Create a Feature Group
- Organize the cap model
- Knowledge Check: Organize and display part models

- Create cylindrical parts using sketches
- Define a sketch profile
- Define a sketch profile
- Create sketch relations
- Add geometric relations to a profile
- Add geometric relations to a profile
- Create sketch dimensions
- Add dimensions to a profile
- Add dimensions to a profile
- Create sketch half diameter dimensions
- Edit sketch relations
- Sketch a bolt circle
- Revolve a sketch profile
- Using datums to define the angle of a boss
- Revolve a sketch profile
- Create datums for a sketch
- Use datums to define the angle of a boss
- Revolve and extrude using booleans
- Knowledge Check: Create cylindrical parts using sketches

- Add Finishing details
- Add Finishing details
- Add holes to a coupler
- Blend and chamfer edges of the coupler
- Defining holes for a mount arm
- Create threads
- Create a custom thread for 3D printing
- Knowledge Check: Add Finishing Details
- Complete the support mounting block
- Complete the milling support bracket model

- Simple changes and part interrogation
- Using the Model History
- Reorder rename and remove features
- Reorder features of an oil pan
- Identify sketch parameters and Expressions
- Measure Model Features
- Analyze the structure of an existing part
- Knowledge Check: Simple changes and part interrogation
- Simple Changes and Part Interrogation

- Basic part edits using synchronous
- Move and Replace Face
- Move faces using three points
- Resize Blends and Chamfers
- Resize blend and chamfer faces
- Knowledge Check: Basic part edits using synchronous

- Introduction to Assemblies – Part 1
- Introduction to Assemblies – Part 2
- Minimally load a large assembly
- Minimal loading of a large assembly
- Open an assembly and edit assembly components
- Work in the context of an assembly
- Knowledge Check: Analyze existing assemblies

- Bottom-up assembly building
- Create an assembly using the bottom-up approach
- Create a bearing mount assembly
- Constrain an assembly
- Constrain a bearing mount assembly
- Constrain a spray pump assembly
- Assemble
- Add and constrain components using Assemble
- Part families and assemblies
- Build an assembly using part family members
- Add part family members to build a clamp
- Create a pattern of components
- Pattern shelf components
- Reference a patterned feature to pattern fasteners
- Knowledge Check: Bottom-up assembly building
- Create and constrain a new assembly

- Create a new drawing
- Create a new non-master drawing
- Edit the parameters of a master model
- Create a new non-master drawing
- Open and edit drawing sheets
- Create drafting views and annotations
- Add views to a drawing
- Add views to a drawing
- Add dimensions to a drawing
- Add dimensions to a drawing
- Knowledge Check: Create a basic part drawing
- Thank you for Watching NX Basic Design

- Building simple shapes using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Extruding a simple sketch section
- (Legacy sketch) Creating a part using simple shapes
- (Legacy sketch) Trim curves to create a snap ring
- Create cylindrical parts using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Define a sketch profile
- Create sketch constraints
- (Legacy sketch) Add geometric constraints to a profile
- Create sketch dimensions
- (Legacy sketch) Add dimensional constraints to a profile
- (Legacy sketch) Constrain a sketch using reference objects
- Adding details using sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Create a circular pattern of sketch curves
- (Legacy sketch) Define symmetry within a sketch
- Analyze a design
- (Legacy sketch) Alter a sketch to complete model edits
- (Legacy sketch) Resolve parent references for a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Modify an unparameterized model using a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Revolve a sketch profile
- (Legacy sketch) Create datums for a sketch
- (Legacy sketch) Use datums to define the angle of a boss
- (Legacy sketch) Add holes to a coupler
- (Legacy sketch) Create user defined expressions for a model
- (Legacy sketch) Extrude with offsets
- (Legacy sketch) Create a linkage arm by sweeping geometry
- (Legacy sketch) Create a linkage using a tube
- (Legacy sketch) Pattern cooling fins using external references
- (Legacy sketch) Edit features and resolve failures
- (Legacy sketch) Create a fixture assembly using top-down
- (Legacy sketch) Model a key in context of an assembly
- (Legacy sketch) Use Assembly Cut

- Assessment: NX Basic Design

Chapters

- Introducing FE Model Correlation
- Introducing pre-test solution process
- Understanding test analysis reference solution
- Preparing for correlation analysis
- Introducing shape correlation
- Introducing FRF correlation
- Assessment: FE Model Correlation

Learn how to prepare physical tests using the pre-test planning tools and how to correlate modal finite element results with experimental data in Simcenter 3D.

Learn how to prepare physical tests using the pre-test planning tools and how to correlate modal finite element results with experimental data in Simcenter 3D.

- Introducing FE Model Correlation and Updating
- Getting started with Simcenter 3D FE Model Correlation
- Knowledge Check: Introducing FE Model Correlation

- Introducing pre-test solution process
- Understanding pre-test DOFs
- Lab: Create pre-test solution and defining DOFs
- Selecting sensors
- Creating pre-test solution process and solving sensor configuration
- Lab: Define sensor configurations
- Selecting exciters
- Lab: Use a pre-test solution to define exciter locations
- Using a pre-test solution to define exciter locations
- Knowledge Check: Introducing pre-test solution process

- Understanding test analysis reference solution
- Sharing sensor and exciter locations with test engineers
- Lab: Create a test analysis reference solution
- Knowledge Check: Understanding test analysis reference solution

- Understanding correlation solution process
- Creating test and analysis reference solution
- Lab: Manage test and analysis reference data
- Aligning work and reference models
- Performing geometrical correlation of work and reference model
- Lab: Create a correlation solution process
- Lab: Prepare a model for correlation solution process
- Preparing a model for correlation solution process
- Knowledge Check: Preparing for correlation analysis

- Introducing shape correlation
- Managing sensors and working with shape pairs
- Lab: Manage sensors
- Introducing quantitative shape correlation
- Generating and displaying matrix results
- Lab: Visualize shape correlation results
- Correlating shapes of symmetric structures
- Lab: Perform shape correlation of a symmetric structure
- Lab: Compare correlation mode shapes
- Lab: Analyze the shape correlation of an aircraft engine nacelle
- Analyzing the shape correlation of an aircraft engine nacelle
- Knowledge Check: Introducing shape correlation

- Introducing FRF analysis solution
- Creating analysis solution and output request
- Lab: Create an analysis solution with FRF results
- Introducing FRF correlation solution process
- Displaying FRF correlation results
- Creating FRF correlation and displaying overlay FRFs
- Lab: Create FRF correlation
- Creating FRF correlation
- Creating a Synthesized FRF Correlation solution process
- Lab: Create synthesized FRF correlation
- Knowledge Check: Introducing FRF correlation

- Assessment: FE Model Correlation

Chapters

- Fundamentals of data analysis
- Colors in scenes and plots
- Activating volume rendering in scenes
- Accessing solution data
- Playing screens
- Assessment: Data analysis in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2022.1

Create basic and advanced Data Analysis to analyze the solution and to highlight flow structures.

Create basic and advanced Data Analysis to analyze the solution and to highlight flow structures.

- Introduction to the Learning Path
- Why should we analyze data?
- Judging convergence based on temperature
- Why do we need monitors?
- Discussing the first solution
- Which side of an interface should be selected in a scene?
- Lab: Set up basic data analysis
- Lab answer: Setting up basic data analysis
- Knowledge Check: Plots and scenes
- Displaying scenes outside of Simcenter STAR-CCM+
- How to convert SCE files to PNG files using command line utility
- Knowledge check: Hardcopy

- What is communication efficiency?
- Creating a color map
- Color theory
- Choosing a color map
- Knowledge Check: Color
- Adding light effects in scenes
- Lab: Design a color map based on color gradients
- Lab answer: Designing a color map based on color gradients
- Knowledge Check: Lighting
- Using different views in scenes
- Modifying the color bar
- Standardized plot colors
- Knowledge Check: View Plot

- Creating a resampled volume
- Using color maps for rendered volumes
- Lab: Dealing with colormaps and resampled volumes
- Improving displayer settings for rendered volumes
- Lab: Light your scene up
- Lab: Improve a scene using volume rendering
- Lab answer: Improving a scene using volume rendering
- Knowledge Check: Volume rendering
- What is advanced rendering?
- Enhancing volume rendering
- Casting shadows
- Knowledge Check: Advanced rendering
- Adding rendering materials
- Emitting light locally from a displayer
- Lab: Render the scene expertly
- Knowledge Check: Activating volume rendering in scenes

- Overview of derived parts
- What are warp derived parts?
- Effective communication using derived parts
- Creating point probe derived parts
- Effective communication using plots
- Knowledge Check: Derived parts
- What is solution history?
- Creating solution history
- Analyzing solution history data
- Lab: Create solution history
- Lab: Analyze solution history
- Lab answer: Analyzing solution history
- Knowledge Check: Solution history
- How does data focus work?
- Creating data focus in plots for scenes
- Lab: Apply data focus
- Knowledge Check: Data focus

- What is screenplay?
- Creating a single action playing on screen
- Lab: Play a single action on screen
- Knowledge check: Single actions
- Creating multiple actions playing on screen
- Lab: Add multiple actions to a screenplay
- Lab answer: Adding multiple actions to a screenplay
- Discovering advanced screenplay options
- Creating advanced actions playing on screen
- Lab: Set up advanced screenplay actions
- Lab answer: Setting up advanced screenplay actions
- Knowledge check: Advanced actions
- Leaving the Learning Path

- Assessment: Data analysis in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2022.1

Chapters

- Analysis with Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics
- Meshing BEM Acoustics Models
- Setting Up and Solving BEM Acoustics Solutions
- Model and Load Pre-Processing (BEM)
- Using Alternate Component Representations (BEM)
- Using the Noise and Vibration Solver
- Assessment: Working with Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics

This learning path teaches users how to prepare a Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics model, solve it, and review analysis results.

This learning path teaches users how to prepare a Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics model, solve it, and review analysis results.

- Introduction to Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics
- Analyzing an Acoustic Model in Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics
- Lab: Analyzing a Vibro-acoustic Model in Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics
- Knowledge Check: Analysis with Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics

- Meshes for BEM Acoustics Models
- Creating Meshes from Mesh Primitives
- Meshing for Direct BEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Direct BEM Analysis
- Meshing for Indirect BEM Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Generating Meshes for Indirect BEM Acoustic Analysis
- Acoustic Materials for BEM Acoustics Models
- Lab: Meshing a BEM Acoustics Model
- Lab Solution: Meshing a BEM Acoustics Model
- Knowledge Check: Meshing a Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM Model

- BEM Acoustics Solution Types
- BEM Acoustics Solution Parameters
- BEM Acoustics Constraints and Loads
- Creating Loads for BEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Loads for BEM Acoustics Analysis
- BEM Acoustics Simulation Objects
- Creating Simulation Objects for BEM Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Creating Simulation Objects for BEM Acoustics Analysis
- Post Processing Scenario Results Types for BEM Acoustics
- Lab: Setting Up and Solving a BEM Acoustics Solution
- Lab Solution: Setting Up and Solving a BEM Acoustics Solution
- Knowledge Check: Setting Up and Solving a Simcenter 3D Acoustics BEM Solution

- Model and Load Pre-Processing
- Using Model and Load Pre-processing to Apply a Load
- Lab: Using Model and Load Pre-processing to Apply a Turbulent Boundary Layer Load
- Knowledge Check: Model and Load Pre-Processing

- Using Alternate Component Representations in Acoustic Models
- Creating a Mode Set
- Lab: Creating a Mode Set
- Using a Mode Set in an Acoustic Analysis
- Lab: Using a Mode Set in a BEM Acoustics Analysis
- Knowledge Check: Using Alternate Component Representations

- Using the Noise and Vibration Solver
- Creating an ATV Set
- Lab: Creating an ATV Set
- Evaluating ATV Response using the Noise and Vibration Solver
- Lab: Evaluating ATV Response using the Noise and Vibration Solver
- Knowledge Check: Using the Noise and Vibration Solver

- Assessment: Working with Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics

Chapters

- Gearbox Noise Radiation (BEM)
- Compressor Noise Radiation (BEM)
- Assessment: Applications of Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics

This learning path teaches users how to use Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics to solve problems in industry.

This learning path teaches users how to use Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics to solve problems in industry.

- Analyzing Gearbox Radiation
- Lab: Analyzing Motion to Acoustics Gearbox Noise (BEM)
- Lab Solution: Analyzing Motion to Acoustics Gearbox Noise (BEM)
- Knowledge Check: Gearbox Noise Radiation (BEM)

- Using Binary Loads and Binary Nodes in Acoustics Analysis
- Lab: Analyzing Vibro-Acoustic Response of a Compressor
- Lab Solution: Analyzing Vibro-Acoustic Response of a Compressor
- Knowledge Check: Noise Radiation from a Compressor

- Assessment: Applications of Simcenter 3D BEM Acoustics

Chapters

- Fundamentals of Thermal System Modeling
- Modeling of thermal hydraulic system
- Modeling of pneumatic system
- Introduction to heat exchanger modeling
- Assessment: Design and Simulate Thermal Fluid Systems

Introduction to the basics of thermal systems modeling and overview of component libraries. Work through examples to understand the modeling process.

Introduction to the basics of thermal systems modeling and overview of component libraries. Work through examples to understand the modeling process.

- Introduction to Thermal Fluid system modeling
- Thermal fluid systems industry examples
- Thermal library and solid properties
- Heat transfer modes: conduction, convection, radiation
- Advanced components overview
- Introduction to the media property assistance
- Lab - Plaster Wall
- Knowledge Check - Fundamentals of Thermal Systems Modeling

- Introduction to thermal fluid library and components
- Thermal fluid Properties
- Fundamentals of thermal fluid system modeling
- Advanced Components: Heat Exchanger
- Lab - Two fluid heat exchanger
- Knowledge Check - Modeling thermal-hydraulic system

- Introduction to the Pneumatic library and its components
- Gas Properties Definition
- Pneumatic Equations
- Pneumatic Components Design
- Pneumatic pipe modeling
- Lab - Heat exchange in an exhaust stack
- Knowledge Check - Pneumatic system

- Overview of heat exchanger modeling
- Simplified heat exchanger modeling approach
- Heat exchanger modeling using NTU method
- Lab - Heat exchanger modeling with two liquids
- Lab - Engine cooling circuit
- Solution to Principle Lab - Engine cooling
- Knowledge Check - Heat Exchanger Modeling

- Assessment: Design and Simulate Thermal Fluid Systems

Chapters

- Instrumentation and Channel Setup
- Channel Setup Collaterals
- Calibration and Measurement
- Assessment: Simcenter Testlab - Time Data Acquisition

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Time Data Acquisition features and its functionalities.

Introduction to Simcenter Testlab Time Data Acquisition features and its functionalities.

- Open a Project & Hardware Selection
- Channels task Introduction
- Channel Configuration
- Customize the Channels task
- Ranging task
- Verifying the Channel Setup
- Lab - Prepare your Channel Setup
- Knowledge Check - Channel Setup

- Tacho Channels Setup
- CAN Channels Setup
- CAN Measurements and Offline CAN decoding
- Virtual Channels
- Transducer Databases - Creation
- Transducer Databases - Simcenter Testlab
- Lab - Channel Setup Collaterals
- Knowledge Check - Channel Setup Collaterals

- AC calibration
- AC calibration demo for an accelerometer
- DC calibration
- Time Recording in Simcenter Testlab Neo
- Run annotation
- Visualize online Data
- Knowledge Check - Calibration and Measurement

- Assessment: Simcenter Testlab - Time Data Acquisition

Chapters

- Durability processing and data consolidation
- Counting Methods
- Analysis and Modification Methods
- Accelerated Testing
- Assessment: Simcenter Testlab Neo Durability processing

Introduction to the concepts and methods in Testlab Neo Durability Processing

Introduction to the concepts and methods in Testlab Neo Durability Processing

- Durability processing overview
- Data consolidation
- Rename channels
- Anomaly correction
- Lab - Anomaly correction
- Knowledge check - Durability processing and data consolidation

- Basics of Counting
- Four-Point Algorithm
- Rainflow Damage Calculation
- Additional Counting Methods
- Using counting methods in Process Designer
- Lab - Counting methods
- Knowledge Check - Counting methods

- PSD and Filter Methods
- Superposition
- Superposing Signals
- Lab - Analysis Methods
- Knowledge Check - Analysis and Modification Methods

- Basics of Time Compression
- Damage-Based Time Compression
- Lab - Compressing Time Signals
- Using the Pre Defined Process
- Knowledge Check - Accelerated Testing

- Assessment: Simcenter Testlab Neo Durability processing

Chapters

- Importing CAD models
- Diagnosing and repairing CAD
- Reducing and expanding the CAD model
- Assessment: Cleaning CAD using the 3D-CAD parametric modeler in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Use the 3D-CAD Parametric Modeler in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ to efficiently clean, modify, and prepare imported CAD geometry for CAE simulations.

Use the 3D-CAD Parametric Modeler in Simcenter STAR-CCM+ to efficiently clean, modify, and prepare imported CAD geometry for CAE simulations.

- Importing CAD
- What to do with an imported CAD body
- Overview of 3D-CAD
- Exploring the visibility toolbar
- Lab: Visibility toolbar
- What can be done with the search tool
- Preserving structure of the geometry
- Lab: Understanding the Model
- Knowledge check: Importing and visibility toolbar

- Using Repair CAD to Diagnose Errors
- Using Repair Faces to Fix Invalid Geometry
- Checking Body Validity
- Creating Design Filters
- Transforming Geometry
- Lab: Repair Tools
- Knowledge check: Diagnosing and Repairing CAD

- Reducing the model
- What is defeaturing
- Lab: What is defeaturing
- Knowledge Check: Defeaturing
- Simplifying the model for meshing
- Lab: Removing details from the model
- Extending a solid
- Extract internal volume
- Knowledge check: Simplifying
- Boolean Operations
- Adding geometry to an existing model
- Lab: Adding geometry
- Knowledge check: Adding geometry

- Assessment: Cleaning CAD using the 3D-CAD parametric modeler in Simcenter STAR-CCM+

Chapters

- Introduction to Aero Vibro-Acoustics
- Fan Noise
- Wind Noise
- Aircraft Panel Loading Noise
- Assessment: Aero Vibro-Acoustics

This learning path teaches users how to solve aero-vibro-acoustics problems using Simcenter 3D.

This learning path teaches users how to solve aero-vibro-acoustics problems using Simcenter 3D.

- Introduction to Acoustics
- Introduction to Aero-Acoustics
- Aero-Acoustics Fundamentals
- Aero-Vibro-Acoustics Process
- Analyzing HVAC Noise Using Aero-Vibro-Acoustics
- Lab: Analyzing HVAC Noise using Aero-Vibro-Acoustics
- Knowledge Check: Introduction to Aero-Vibro-Acoustics

- Analyzing Fan Noise
- Lab: Fan Noise
- Lab Solution: Fan Noise
- Knowledge Check: Fan Noise

- Analyzing Wind Noise
- Lab: Wind Noise
- Lab Solution: Wind Noise
- Wind Noise Knowledge Check

- Analyzing Turbulent Boundary Layer Noise
- Lab: Aircraft Panel Loading Noise
- Lab Solution: Aircraft Panel Loading Noise
- Knowledge Check: Aircraft Panel Loading Noise

- Assessment: Aero Vibro-Acoustics

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