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Overview
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course (beginners level)

SALOME online course. The content of the course is 25 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 4 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher, Javi Moreiras, has an extensive experience in CAD 3D, CAE and SALOME.

SALOME is an open source available at www.salome-platform.org both for Windows and Linux. SALOME includes tools for pre-processing and post-processing numerical simulations.


 
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Duration: 25 hours, ONLINE
Start date: Consult: info@technicalcourses.net
Max time: 4 weeks
Price: 200 €
 
 
   
 
Description
 
Aimed at:

This course is aimed at people who are interested in the open source SALOME to support a numerical simulation.


Objectives:

The purpose of this course is to acquire the knowledge and practical skills necessary to employ SALOME. Students will learn to create a CAD 3D design, elaborate a meshe and post-process CFD and numerical simulations.


Description of SALOME:

SALOME is an open-source software that provides pre-processing and post-processing tools for CFD and numerical simulations. It includes applications to generate CAD 3D models and meshes. It allows to create, modify and import/export several formats such as IGES, STEP, BREP etc. It also allows to mesh CAD models, edit meshes, check mesh qualities and import/export meshes in several formats. As post-processor, SALOME includes tools to display CFD and numerical simulations results.

More information about SALOME can be consulted at the following link:

http://files.salome-platform.org/Salome/Common/SALOME6_brochure.pdf

 
Contents
 

1. Introduction

• Salome-Meca, free software.

• Functionalities.

• Versions of the software and operative systems.

 

2. Installation

2.1. Windows

2.2. Linux-Ubuntu

 

3. Graphical interface

3.1. Composition of the graphical interface

3.2. General options

 

4. Geometrical module

4.1. Introduction

• Graphical composition of the graphical interface of the geometrical module

• File management

• Data importing/exporting

• Work units

4.2. Drawing

• Types of elements

• Auxiliary elements: coordinate axis, vectors, planes,..

• Main elements: 1D, 2D and 3D

• Basic figures

• Revolution figures

• Complex figures

4.3. Operations of different elements

• Basic operations: displacement, matrices, extrusion,..

• Operations between elements

4.4. Creation of groups

4.5. Properties of elements

4.6. Visualization of geometrical elements

 

5. Meshing module

5.1. Creation of meshes

• Types of meshes

• Options of meshes

• Properties and control of meshes

 

6. PostProcesing module (ParaView)

6.1. Introduction

6.2. Data import

6.3. Visualization of the postprocessing variables

• Creation of axis, scales

• Different types of visualizations

• Charts



 
Teachers
 
fototutor Francisco Javier Moreiras 
Mechanical Engineer. He has over 10 years of professional experience in designing software. He has an advanced knowledge of computers, especially free software such as Salome-Meca, Code-Aster, Octave, wxMaxima, etc. He has been employing these free softwares for professional purposes since many years.  
 
 
Registration information

If you are interest in this course, please fill in the Registration Form or contact us at info@technicalcourses.net and we will respond to any enquiry you may have.

Our contact:

• Telephone: +34 686 691 703

• E-mail: info@technicalcourses.net

 
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