FEA Analysis is a type of assessment that is used in the process of FEM (Finite Element Method) FEA Analysis is a numerical process that is used to find the approximate solutions in a complex mechanical engineering problem. In the past, FEA used to be a part of Solid Mechanics. However, with the emergence of modern and sophisticated CAD and CAE tools, this unique process is also used to determine problems in mechanical and structural designs.
In association with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Panimalar Institute of Technology.
Mr. Sanjay Murari - CAE Analyst 3.5+ Years Experience
Currently holding 3.5+ years experience in the CAE domain where I am gaining knowledge in the crash, durability domain and expertise in LS Dyna, Nastran, Hypermesh, Hyperview, and Ls Pre post.
Further upgrading my knowledge in testing protocols of automotive standards – FMVSS, ECE & AIS.
TECHNICAL BACKGROUND / CERTIFICATES:
Domain Knowledge: CAE Crash Analysis: FMVSS and ECE standards for vehicle crash analysis, Interpreting results like Energy curves, Structural stiffness, Resisting forces, Biomechanics of a crash.
Tools: LS Dyna-Crash: Running, execution, reading output files
Overview of FEA
Learning types of parameters used in FEA
Back end processing of software / working principle of FEA softwares
Application and approach for problem statement
Understanding pre processing / post processing
Industrial standards such as FMVSS, ECE & AIS
- Mobile/Laptop/Tablet with good internet connectivity.
- Interest in electric vehicles, telecom, solar, aerospace or consumer electronics applications.
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