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Fundamentals of Simpleware Training - Nov 21st 2017, UK

When: Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Where: Synopsys Reading Training Centre, 100 Brook Drive, Green Park, Reading, RG2 6UJ, United Kingdom

Registration link: http://bit.ly/2fF357f

Overview

This one-day intensive training course intends to give new and existing users sufficient knowledge of the basic functionality of Simpleware software. It will allow you to develop workflows based your areas of research and future projects.

Fundamentals of Simpleware Training, Sep 19th 2017, UK

When: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Where: Synopsys Reading Training Centre, 100 Brook Drive, Green Park, Reading, RG2 6UJ, United Kingdom

Overview

This one-day intensive training course intends to give new and existing users sufficient knowledge of the basic functionality of Simpleware software. It will allow you to develop workflows based your areas of research and future projects.

Simpleware software training days, May 2017

We run regular one-day training courses that include introductory, advanced and bespoke training days in the UK on using Simpleware software.

Join a session to learn about how to get the most out of Simpleware when generating models from 3D image data (MRI, CT. micro-CT...) suitable for FEA, CFD, CAD and 3D Printing applications.

Simpleware Training Courses, Reading, UK, May 9-10 2017

Simpleware software

We're running fundamental and advanced training courses on Simpleware software on May 9th and 10th at the Synopsys Reading Training Centre.

Sign up for the fundamentals course to cover:

Fundamentals of Simpleware Training (full day), UK, Feb 7th 2017

When: Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Where: Synopsys Reading Training Centre, 100 Brook Drive, Green Park, Reading, RG2 6UJ, United Kingdom

Overview

This one-day intensive training course intends to give new and existing users sufficient knowledge of the basic functionality of Simpleware software. It will allow you to develop workflows based your areas of research and future projects.

What Platform Would You Prefer for a Software That Helps in Learning FEM---Windows or Java?

Ideally, this post of mine should carry a poll, but I guess as an ordinary user, I cannot insert one.

Currently, I am writing a small software program that is especially designed to help learn FEM. For instance, I will be providing detailed listings for every intermediate step, e.g. all those [D], [B], [k], etc. matrices for each element, as well as the final assembled global system {F} = [K]{d} and its solution separately at each Gauss point. Only linear static problems for the time being; will add transients/eigenvalue problems in near future.

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