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Finite Element Analysis (FEA) can be a useful tool to determine stress levels in structures and optimize design. Common challenges faced by engineers include: pressure to rely wholly on FEA results; which FEA results can be trusted for assessment; and comparing fatigue Standards details with FEA details in real structures.
This seminar provides an overview of the positives and negatives of FEA with particular emphasis on fatigue and weld design and is of specific value for structural, mechanical and forensic engineers.
Date: Monday 23 October
Time: 12.00 for 12.30pm start until 5:00pm
Location: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets, South Bank, Qld 4101
Included: Light lunch on arrival, afternoon tea, presentation notes available via ASI Dashboard
Fee: $410 ASI member, $580 non-member
Vernon has 20 years hands-on experience in the application of FEA to real world engineering challenges. He has personally trained several hundreds of engineers in the practical application of FEA, and has conducted consulting projects - mainly associated with mining, transportation structures (planes, trains, automobiles, buses, ships, subs, trucks & tractors) and industrial equipment - on four continents. Vernon has a First Class Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Graduate Certificate in Management Practice from the Australian Institute of Management.
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