Hypermesh Course Training


We as dynamic cad cam Cae provide hypermesh training in Chennai with basic to professional level. This hypermesh course will cover almost all meshing techniques in 1D 2D and 3D components and along with the pre-processing, post processing and solving techniques were also included.

Hypermesh training in Chennai is also available as online hypermesh training where the user takes up the training sessions online and gets the recorded video back up.

In hypermesh online training and in hypermesh offline training, hypermesh certification will be given after the completion of the course.

During the hypermesh training aspirants will be given a chance to work with real time auto components for better understanding.

Students will learn from best cad cam Cae engineers for better understanding and this course covers the static structural analysis, transient structural analysis, steady state thermal analysis, transient thermal analysis, fatigue analysis, cad clean up procedure, modal analysis, buckling analysis, axi symmetric analysis, radiant power analysis, cfd analysis and many more check out our full syllabus for better understanding

  • Overview of HyperMesh’s capabilities and applications.
  • User interface and navigation
  • Importing CAD geometry into Hypermesh.
  • Geometry clean-up and preparation for meshing.
  • Different types of meshing algorithms (tetrahedral, hexahedral, etc.).
  • Mesh quality considerations.
  • Techniques for handling complex geometries.
  • Modifying existing meshes.
  • Refining and coarsening mesh regions.

Local mesh control.

  • Applying constraints and boundary conditions.
  • Defining loads and forces.
  • Assigning materials to different parts of the model.
  • Defining material properties
  • Creating assemblies from individual parts.
  • Managing connections and interfaces.
  • Checking and correcting mesh errors.
  • Preparing the model for analysis software
  • Overview of post-processing tools and techniques.
  • Visualizing results such as stress, displacement, etc
  • Efficient workflows and strategies.
  • Avoiding common mistakes
  • Contact and interaction definitions.
  • Nonlinear analysis considerations.
  • Optimization and sensitivity analysis.
  • Practical exercises and projects to reinforce concepts.
  • Working on real-world examples

Course Contents

  1. Theory of FEM and CAE
  2. 1D Theory – Rod, Bar, Beam -Tension, Compression, Simply Supported and Fix – Fix problems
  3. Line Mesh of Roll cage and Geometry Editing on Line Data of Roll Cage
  4. 2D Theory, Oetting Started with HyperMesh, Opening and Saving Files, Working with Panels, Organizing a Model, Controlling the Display
  5. Importing and Repairing CAD, Generating a Midsurface, Simplifying Geometry, Refining Topology to Achieve a Quality Mesh
  6. Plate with hole – with washer and without washer
  7. AutoMeshing, Meshing without Surfaces, 2-D Mesh in Curved Surfaces, QI Mesh Creation, Checking and Editing Mesh
  8. Plate with Hole – Biasing – Panels – Ruled, Spline, skin, Drag, spin, line drag, automesh
  9. Panels – Surface, Surface Edit, Defeature, Midsurface, quick Edit, Edge Edit
  10. 3D Theory , Creating and Editing Solid Geometry
  11. Tetrameshing, Creating a Hex-Penta Mesh using Surfaces, Creating a Hexahedral Mesh using the Solid Map Function
  12. Solids, solid edit, drag, spin, line drag, tetramesh, solid map, linear solid, solid mesh
  13. Linear Static Analysis
  14. Thermal Stress Analysis
  15. Normal Modes Analysis
  16. Inertia Relief Analysis
  17. Buckling Analysis
  18. Weld Simulation
  19. Composite Analysis
  20. Axi-Symmetric Analysis
  21. Non-Linear Cap Analysis
  22. Random Response Analysis
  23. Coupled Linear Heat Transfer/Structure
  24. Linear Steady State Heat Convection Analysis
  25. Linear Transient Heat Transfer Analysis
  26. Thermal Stress Analysis using Anisotropic Material
  27. Heat Transfer Analysis using CAP Element
  28. Direct Frequency Response Analysis
  29. Modal Frequency Response Analysis
  30. Direct Transient Dynamic Analysis
  31. Modal Transient Dynamic Analysis
  32. Pretensioned Bolt Analysis
  33. Fatigue using S-N (Stress – Life) Method
  34. Fatigue using E-N (Strain – Life) Method
  35. Complex Eigenvalue Analysis
  36. Response Spectrum Analysis
  37. Computation of Equivalent Radiant Power
  38. Non-Linear Quasi Static Analysis