Strategies for mastering StressCheck® Professional for a variety of Aerospace & Defense engineering applications, and a review of the available training options and online resources, will be explored.
February 12, 2020 @ 1:00 pm EST
Mastering StressCheck®: Practical Training Approaches & Online Resources for A&D Engineers
This webinar is now available to watch on-demand.
In this 2 hour webinar we will review training approaches focused on applications to make numerical simulation via finite element analysis S.A.F.E.R. - Simple, Accurate, Fast, Efficient, and Reliable.
- Selections from ESRD’s Introduction to StressCheck® training course focusing on typical engineering applications for A&D will be previewed, and training options for gaining practical StressCheck® experience will be explored.
- We will have a walk through our rapidly growing and extensive Resource Library, with tips on finding the most applicable tutorial video, best practice, FAQ topic or online resource to support your simulation needs.
- Case studies of the engineering applications targeted during an Introduction to StressCheck® training course, such as multi-body contact, global-local analysis, and proper application of boundary conditions, will be presented.
WATCH THIS WEBINAR
Part 1: Nuts & Bolts of StressCheck®, Why Get StressCheck® Training?
Part 2: Intro to StressCheck® Training Course Preview, Self-Training Resources
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