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Hypermesh Training In Hyderabad

Introduction of Hypermesh


Hypermesh is a computer-aided design programme that simplifies the process of creating meshes for complicated models and making the meshed models needed for FEM analysis. The outcomes of FEM analysis support project designers in understanding how their products work under various loading conditions when they are in use. This course is the first step in learning about FEA meshing methods and how to clean up geometry once you send it to be analyzed. It talks about different ways to make meshes and how to fix errors in mesh quality.


Scope of Course Hypermesh


This course covers everything you need to know about Hypermesh to make meshes for designing products in various fields. When you're done, you'll know how to make meshes for complicated products and send meshes to various external solvers so you can run analyses on them. This course will give you valuable ideas and tools in your field. You will gain knowledge of the following through this course:

  • The basics of finite element analysis (FEA) and how to use it in structural design and analysis are covered.

  • Using Hypermesh geometric tools to create and edit nodes

  • Learn how to use 1D and 2D meshing techniques.

  • There are different kinds of meshing, such as hexa, shell, and tetra.

  • techniques of morphing and macrogeneration.


Career Prospects / Job Roles after Hypermesh


Companies hire people for the below-listed jobs so their products have suitable meshes for FEM analysis. Since no business can afford to deal with performance problems, they buy world-famous software such as Hypermesh and hire people for jobs like:


  • FEA Simulation Engineer

  • Hypermesh Stress Engineer

  • CAE Technical Lead and Support Engineer

  • Project

  • Design and Meshing Engineer


Syllabus for Hypermesh Courses in Hyderabad


Session - 1

  • Introduction of FEM

  • Brief on Mesing

  • Basic interaction with Hypermesh

  • User interface

  • Opening/saving files

  • working with panels

  • model organization

  • Display control

  • Creating and editing line Data


Session - 2

  • Practise_1: how to Import diferent Geometry files like iges, stp, Fem and connectors.

  • Practise_2: creating nodes, lines and editing it.


Session - 3

  • Creating and editing Solid Geometry

  • Practise: Trim the solid using solid edit tools


Session - 4

  • Import and Repairing CAD

  • Mid surfaces Theory/Demo 120

  • simplifying geometry


Session - 5

  • Practise_1: Import and repair CAD files

  • Practise_2: Extracting Mid-surface.

  • Practise_3 Simplifying the geometry


Session - 6

  • Refining topology

  • Geometry and mesh editing using Quick Edit Panel

  • Practise: Spilting the Geometry, adding washers and mesh the Gemetry using quick edit panel


Session - 7

  • Shell meshing

  • Auto Meshing: meshing on surface geometry


Session - 8

  • Practise: Shell meshing on 2D surface component


Session - 9

  • Meshing without surfaces

  • 2D Mesh in curved

  • QI Mesh Creation


Session - 10

  • practise_1 : Meshing the geometry using Ruled, spline, and line drag options.

  • Practise_2: Mesh on curved regions. Practise_3: Quality Index Mesh creation


Session - 11

  • Meshing a Model using Shrink Wrap

  • Tetra meshing

  • Method 1 – standard tetramesh

  • Method 2 – volume tetramesh

  • Checking tetra element quality

  • Remeshing tetra elements


Session - 12

  • Practise: Standard 3D Tetamesh


Session - 13

  • Creating hexa and penta mesh

  • Creating hex-penta mesh using surfaces

  • Creating hexahedral mesh with the solid map function


Session - 14

  • Practise: Create hexa and Penta mesh using element offset,linear solid and solidmap.


Session - 15

  • Quality

  • Checking and Editing Mesh

  • Practise: checking Element Quality, find elements Normals Deleting free edges


Session - 16

  • Assemblies: welding and swapping parts


Session - 17

  • Spot connectors

  • Area connectors

  • Bolt connectors

  • Part replacement

  • Practise: creating Spot,Area, and Bolt connectors

  • Defining composites


Session - 18

  • Formatting Model for analysis

  • Obtaining and assigning beam cross section properties using Hyper beam

  • setting up loading conditions

  • Practise : Create Component collector, material collector, Property collector, and define Cross section for beams


Session - 19

  • HyperMesh solver Interface


Session - 20

  • Setup model in Ansys

  • Setup model in Nx-Nastran

  • Practise: Ansys Solver Export in Hypermesh

  • Final Project





FAQs on Hypermesh Course


What is Hypermesh?

Hypermesh is a finite element analysis software used for the pre-processing and post-processing stages of 3D modeling and analysis. It is used for analyzing and optimizing the design of complex engineering products.


What are the features of Hypermesh?

Hypermesh features include automated meshing, material library, optimization tools, advanced visualization, FE model setup, and post-processing.


What is the use of Hypermesh?

Hypermesh is used for finite element analysis of complex engineering products, such as aircraft, cars, ships, and industrial machinery. It is also used for analyzing and optimizing the design of these products.


What is the file format of Hypermesh?

The Hypermesh file format is .hm which stands for Hypermesh file.


Is Hypermesh compatible with other CAD/CAE software?

Yes, Hypermesh is compatible with most CAD and CAE software, such as CATIA, SolidWorks, Pro/Engineer, and Ansys.


What types of analysis can be done in Hypermesh?

Hypermesh can be used for many types of analysis, including linear static, nonlinear static, linear dynamic, modal, buckling, and optimization.


What CAD formats are supported by Hypermesh?

Hypermesh supports a variety of CAD formats, including CATIA, Pro/ENGINEER, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Unigraphics, Parasolid, and ACIS.


What are the system requirements for running Hypermesh?

Hypermesh requires a minimum of 2GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 2GB hard disk space, and a graphics card with OpenGL 2.1 or higher.


How can I get started with Hypermesh?

The best way to get started with Hypermesh is to take the Hypermesh Basics course or watch the tutorials on the Altair Learning Center.


What is Hypermesh used for?

Hypermesh is used for finite element analysis (FEA) to study the behavior of structures under different loads and boundary conditions.


How can I save my HyperMesh model?

To save your HyperMesh model, select File > Save As and select the appropriate file type for the model you are working with (e.g. .hm for HyperMesh models).


How can I export my HyperMesh model?

To export your HyperMesh model, select File > Export and select the appropriate file type for the model you are working with (e.g. .stl for 3D printing).


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