NAS102B - Nastran Dynamic Analysis - Advanced

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In this class, you will be exposed to various aspects of dynamic analysis using MSC Nastran. This includes frequency response, direct matrix input, modal effective mass, complex eigenvalue analysis, dynamic optimization, and test analysis correlation.
Length: 
2 days
Pre-requisites : 
NAS101A, NAS101B, and NAS102A; or equivalent
Topics: 
  • Review of Basic Dynamic Topics 
* Mass Properties 
* Damping 
* Transient Response 
* Frequency Response 
  • Direct Matrix Input 
  • General Dynamic Tools 
* Modal Effective Mass 
* Mass Check 
* Mode Selection 
* Grid Point Kinetic Energy 
* Modal Participation Factor 
* Using strain energy to identify dominant modes 
* Other model check out tools 
  • Residual Vectors 
  • Complex Eigenvalue Analysis 
  • Extra Points, Transfer Functions, and NOLINs 
  • Test-Analysis Correlation 
  • FRF/FBA/TPA 
  • Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics 
  • Special Topics in Dynamics 
* Superelements 
* Rotordynamics 
* Acoustics 
* Design Optimization 
* Monitor Points