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Overview
 
Modelling, Meshing and Postprocessing with Salome-Meca Course

SALOME online course. The content of the course is 40 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has an extensive experience in CAD 3D, CAE and SALOME.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 7 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

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


 
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Duration: 40 hours, ONLINE
Start date: Consult: info@technicalcourses.net
Max time: 8 weeks
Price: 250 €
 
 
   
 
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, to generate finite-element meshes for further numerical simulation of solid mechanics and fluid mechanics problems and the postprocessing as well.


Description of SALOME:

SALOME is an open-source software that provides pre-processing and post-processing tools for the numerical simulation of solid mechanics and fluid mechanics. 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 virtually and result´s field of the numerical simulation.

More information about SALOME is available at: https://www.salome-platform.org/downloads/current-version


Video about description of the contents:




Methodology:

The evaluation will be done by theoretical and practical exercises.

 
Contents
 
CHAPTER 1  INTRODUCTION
1.1  Open software for CAD and modeling
1.2  Open software for Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

CHAPTER 2  INSTALLING SALOME-MECA
2.1  Windows
2.2  Linux
2.3  Mac-OS

CHAPTER 3  THE SALOME-MECA PLATFORM
3.1  Presentation of the Salome-Meca platform
3.2  The Salome-Meca modules
3.3  Online documentation

CHAPTER 4  DRAWING SKETCHES: THE SHAPER MODULE
4.1  Introduction to SHAPER module
4.2  The SHAPER interface
4.3  Description of the main entities of SHAPER
4.4  Drawing sketches
4.5  Exporting/importing geometries
4.6  Exercises

CHAPTER 5  MODELING: THE GEOM MODULE
5.1   Introduction to GEOM module
5.2   Geometric entities
5.3   The GEOM interface
5.4   Creating elements
5.5   Examples of creation of elements
5.6   Creating primitives
5.7   Examples of creation of primitives
5.8   Editing elements
5.9   Boolean operations: fuse, common, cut, intersection
5.10 Translation, rotation, multi-translation, multi-rotation
5.11 More operations: partition, compound, extrusion, revolution
5.12 Creating groups
5.13 Importing/exporting geometries
5.14 Exercises

CHAPTER 6  MESHING: THE MESH MODULE
6.1  Introduction to MESH module
6.2  The MESH interface
6.3  Algorithms for meshing
6.4  Hypotheses for meshing
6.5  Creating meshes
6.6 Creating groups
6.7  Modifications of the mesh
6.8  Clipping meshes
6.9  Control of the mesh
6.10  Exercises

CHAPTER 7  POSTPROCESSING: THE PARAVIS MODULE
7.1  The PARAVIS postprocessor
7.2  The PARAVIS interface
7.3  Postprocessing with PARAVIS          
7.4  The ASTER Study postprocessor
 
Teachers
 
fototutor Miguel Cerrolaza Rivas 
Ph.D in Industrial Engineering by Universidad Politénica de Madrid (Spain), Master in Civil Engineering by Universidade Federal de Río de Janeiro (Brazil). Visiting profesor at Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussess (France) and Colorado School of Mines (USA). He has more than 30 years of experience in finite elements, numerical methods and computer modeling. He has written almost 10 books and dozens of papers in scientific journals. He has been invited to more than 40 conferences around the world. 
 
 
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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