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Finite Element Analysis 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Computational Fluid Dynamics 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Design of Experiments and Optimization Techniques 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Finite Volume Method 36 h (4 weeks) Details

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Finite Element Analysis

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to the Finite Element Method
  • Matrix Algebra
  • Trusses
  • Axial Members, Beams and Frames
  • One Dimensional Elements
  • Analysis of One-Dimensional Problems
  • Two Dimensional Elements
  • Analysis of Two-Dimensional Problems
  • Dynamic Problems
  • 3D Elements
  • Design and Material Selection
  • Introduction to Design Optimization

The course provides thorough technical details on finite element method and its applications and is designed for all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, chemical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals. Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 28 Apr. 11 May 23 Jul. 4
Days Tue. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Thu. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Basics of Discretization Methods
  • Solution Methods
  • Application of Numerical Methods to Selected Model Equations
  • Governing Equations of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
  • Numerical Methods for the Navier–Stokes Equations
  • Grid Generation
  • Accuracy and Convergence
  • Overview of other topics in applied CFD (Turbulence modeling)

All engineering disciplines, including mechanical, chemical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals. Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat. (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Design of Experiments and Optimization Techniques

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Basic Statistics for DOE
  • Simple Comparative Experiments
  • Two-Level Factorial Design
  • Dealing with Non-Normality via Response Transformations
  • Fractional Factorials
  • Getting the Most from Minimal-Run Designs
  • General Factorial Designs
  • Response Surface Methods for Optimization
  • Mixture Design
  • Back to the Basics – The Keys to Good DOE

This course provides an extensive overview on DOEs and optimization techniques and is designed for all engineering fields including mechanical, civil, chemical and aerospace engineering students, graduates, technicians and professionals. Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Thu. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Finite Volume Method

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction
  • Conservation laws of fluid motion and their boundary conditions
  • Turbulence and its modelling
  • The finite volume method for diffusion problems
  • The finite volume method for convection-diffusion problems
  • Solution algorithms for pressure-velocity coupling in steady flows
  • Solution of systems of discretized equations
  • The finite volume method for unsteady flows
  • Implementation of boundary conditions
  • Uncertainty in CFD modelling
  • Methods for dealing with complex geometries

All engineering fields including mechanical, civil, chemical and aerospace engineering students, graduates, technicians and professionals. Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 14 Mar. 14 Apr. 11 May 9
Days Tue. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sun. (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)