Altair Hypermesh Training

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Hypermesh training course enables participants to work on Hypermesh 12.0 software, a computer aided engineering (CAE) simulations software platform. The training enables the trainees to create finite element models for analysis and prepare high-quality meshes in an efficient manner. This program offers the skills needed to work with geometry editing tools for preparing CAD models for the meshing process. During the Hypermesh training, the attendees will have knowledge about the BatchMeshing technique that facilitates users to mesh several files in the background to match the standards set by users.

By the end of the training, the participants will inculcate skills on the following topics:

  • Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • Shell, Tetra, and HyperMeshing
  • Creating hexa and penta mesh
  • Assemblies: Welding and Swapping Parts
  • Topography and Topology
  • Thermal, Static and Normal Mode analysis
  • Preparing models for analysis and geometry for meshing
  • Defining manufacturing constraints
  • 2D and 3D shape optimization
  • 1D and 2D size optimization
  • Results visualization with HyperMesh
Target audience

The students/professionals looking forward to create and review finite element models.

Prerequisites

While there is no formal pre prerequisite for this training, however candidates with a strong interest in product design and engineering are the ideal participants for this course.

  1. Introduction to Hypermesh
  2. Tool Bar and Menu Bar
  3. Open and save the file
  4. FEA (Finite Element Analysis)
  5. Strategic Planning
  6. The Art of Modeling
  7. Analysis Types
  8. Basic interaction with HyperMesh
  9. Shell meshing
  10. Preparing models for analysis
  11. Preparing geometry for meshing
  12. Creating hexa and penta mesh
  13. Tetra meshing
  14. Assemblies: welding and swapping parts
  15. Topology& Topography
  16. Size and shape optimization concepts
  17. Pre-processing using HyperMesh
  18. Linear static and normal mode anlysis
  19. Results visualization with HyperMesh
  20. Topology optimization
  21. Manufacturing constraints
  22. Combined Topology and Topography optimization
  23. Geometric Data Generation
  24. Shape Generation HyperMesh
  25. 2D and 3D shape optimization
  26. 1D and 2D size optimization
  27. Model clean up
  28. Meshing
  29. Static analysis
  30. Thermal analysis
  31. Optimization

1 .Introduction to Hypermesh

2 .Tool Bar and Menu Bar

3. Open and save the file

4. FEA (Finite Element Analysis)

5. Strategic Planning

  • Planning the Solution
  • Creating a Solution Checklist
  • Boundary Conditions and Load Cases
  • Linear Assumption

6. The Art of Modeling

  • Consistent Units
  • Understanding Element Behavior
  • Element Selection
  • Mesh Density and Solution Convergence
  • Compatibility and Mechanisms
  • Rigid Elements
  • Fasteners

7. Analysis Types

  • Static Analysis
  • Stress Results
  • Dynamics
  • Buckling
  • Presentation of Results

8. Basic interaction with HyperMesh

9. Shell meshing

  • Automeshing – meshing on surface geometry
  • Checking and editing mesh
  • Batch meshing

10. Preparing models for analysis

  • Creating boundary conditions
  • Formatting for solvers

11. Preparing geometry for meshing

  • Repairing surface topology
  • Midsurfaces
  • Defeaturing models
  • Refining surface topology

12. Creating hexa and penta mesh

  • Creating & editing solid geometry
  • Creating hex mesh with the solid map panel

13. Tetra meshing

14. Assemblies: welding and swapping parts

15. Topology& Topography

16. Size and shape optimization concepts

17. Pre-processing using HyperMesh

18. Linear static and normal mode analysis

19. Results visualization with HyperMesh

20. Topology optimization

21. Manufacturing constraints

22. Combined Topology and Topography optimization

23. Geometric Data Generation

24. Shape Generation HyperMesh

25. 2D and 3D shape optimization

26. 1D and 2D size optimization

27. Model clean up

28. Meshing

29. Static analysis

30. Thermal analysis

31. Optimization

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