Code Aster Introduction

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The training can be attended on site or online. Due to the current outbreak of the COVID-19 disease, we offer our trainings exclusively online until further notice.

Online participants can join via Microsoft Teams. The link will be sent to you before the event begins. Training materials will be mailed to all online participants in advance in hard copy.

Contents

The Code Aster introduction training teaches to install and use Code Aster for basic tasks in Finite Element computations (FEM). After completing the course, participants can set up static linear analyses using Code Aster and/or Salome Workbench and have a thorough overview where to find informations on proceeding into advanced tasks.

Contents:

  • introduction
    • overview, sources of information, test case repository
  • overview on functionality
    • types of elements
    • material laws
    • coupling between elements
    • solvers
    • nonlinearities
  • installation, program execution, Salome Meca
    • components, installation
    • setup of an Code Aster case: command file and further files
    • ASTK (launcher)
    • EFICAS (tool for creation of command files)
    • Salome Meca (workbench for e.g. CAD/meshing/post processing)
  • meshing and mesh import
    • open source tools for meshing
      • Salome Meca
      • Gmsh
    • import (Ideas UNV format)
    • creation of meshes for example cases (see below)
  • post processing, evaluation
    • Salome Meca, Paravis
    • export
  • lineare, static analysis (volume elements)
    • setup of command files
    • creation of example case
    • evaluation
  • boundary conditions, coupling between elements
    • coupling of non-confirmal regions
    • coupling between beams, volumes and shells
    • simulation of several example cases
  • excursion: transient and nonlinear analysis
    • transient simulation
    • iterative, nonlinear simulation
    • contact

Time

  • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • lunch break (one hour)
  • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
All times between April and October are Central European Summer Time (CEST) and Central European Time (CET) otherwise. If desired and with the consent of all participants, the above times may be deviated from.

Language

The course materials are written in English and the course is usually conducted in English. If all participants agree, it is also possible to switch to the German language.

Miscellaneous

Drinks and refreshments will be provided for on-site participants. Lunch on each day of the event is included in the price. You will find directions and recommendations for hotels above under the link "Locations".

How to Join

Go to the reservation form by clicking the button below. Alternatively, you can write us an email or call us by phone (+49 381 36 77 98 53).
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