NAS102 - Dynamic analysis using Nastran

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  • Review and expand upon Dynamic Analysis topics with Nastran and Patran
  • Introduce model checkout tools for dynamics
  • Introduce advanced dynamic analysis capabilities
3 Days
Pre-requisites : 
Nastran Basics
Day 1-
The first session of the training discusses Review of Fundamentals of dynamic analysis
  • Single DOF System Undamped and damped  Free Vibrations 
  • Single DOF System Undamped and damped   Forced Vibrations
  • Multi-Degree of Freedom System
  • Mass Modeling
  • Coupled Versus Lumped Mass
  • Mass Units and input
  • Normal Modes Analysis
Day 2-
The second day session deliberates normal mode analysis, rigid body modes. 
The session also cover the details on Normal Modes Analysis for Pre-Stiffened Structures and Model Checkout
  • Rigid Body Modes
  • Rigid Body Modes and Mechanisms
  • How are the Rigid Body Modes calculated 
  • Normal Modes Analysis for Pre-Stiffened Structures
  • Estimating Fundamental Natural Frequency
  • Grounding Check and Rigid Body Modes
  • Modal Effective Mass
  • Damping Overview
Day 3-
The day three of the training talks about transient response analysis and frequency response analysis using Nastran.
  • Introduction to Transient Response Analysis
  • Direct Transient Response analysis
  • Modal Transient Response analysis
  • Introduction to frequency Response Analysis
  • Direct Frequency Response analysis
  • Modal Frequency Response analysis
  • Residual Vector Method
  • Enforced Motion
Terms & Conditions:
  • Training fees applicable. To receive course fees and further details, please register using the link below.
  • Training dates are tentative, subject to sufficient participant registrations.
  • No hard copy of training materials will be provided, only electronic format of course notes will be provided.
  • Attendees will be provided a training completion certificate
  • Customer has to sign the completion letter upon successful completion of the training
  • Any taxes, duties or levies that are statutory and may be applicable at the time of payment will have to be borne by the customer.