About This Course
Packaging is widely used in many industries and fasten the speed of design is an urgent need for the industries. Nowadays simulation enables design engineers, product designers, and architects to create and investigate packaging efficient concepts quickly and easily. Most of the companies already implement computer aided engineering (CAE) to run packaging drop simulation for helping engineers meet the cost and development timeline. Inside this course, it will cover the basic Finite Element Analysis theory. Also, there will have a handson session for attendees to understand the drop impact simulation process.
- Run the simulation and approach in packaging design according to industrial requirements.
- To provide industrial knowledge with analytical thinking and skill in design evaluation and design improvement using innovative CAE technology.
- To understand the packaging feasibility as well as technical limits or constraints that come from the customer.
- To provide solutions for industries to increase capability and capacity in packaging design.
- Basic knowledge about CAD/CAE
- Understanding of Packaging Product Design Process
- R&D Engineer
- CAE Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Design Engineer
- Assistant Engineer & Designer
- Creative Managers
- VPs of product development and manufacturing
- Technology and innovation strategists
- Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
- Packaging Drop Simulation Process
- Basic Preprocessing
- Basic Explicit Method
- Element Formulation
- Material Law
- Interface (Contact) Modeling
- Time Step, Energy Conservation
- Hands On For A Practical Drop Impact Simulation
- Output Results from Drop Impact Simulation