The course is divided into four modules- "Introduction", "Menus", "Panes", and "Models". Each module has detailed video lessons under that module. The FEM program has many areas that are typically not used in the aircraft cabin interiors stress engineering field (e.g., dynamics, or heat transfer, or material non-linearity etc.). However, every effort has been made to cover the most commonly used commands and also less commonly used areas of the program. In addition, as needed, there may be additional files for you to download that go with each lesson. For example, a piece of geometry that you should download and use to follow along with the lesson, resulting in a better learning experience rather than simply consuming the video.
This course is mainly intended to familiarize you with the FEM program. This learning step is critical before you can really start actual structural modeling process. Therefore this course is an introductory or entry level course (our bronze level). Advanced modeling concepts and actual structure modeling will be available in the next higher level, our Silver level membership. OR in specific package membership products that may include this course as part of those packages. By the end of this course, you will gain an excellent understanding of the user interface of the FEM program which will lay the foundation for the FEM modeling of actual cabin structures.
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