Mastering CATIA Composite Design Beginner to Professional

This course is designed to help you master the composite material design using CATIA software.
Mastering CATIA Composite Design Beginner to Professional
File Size :
2.65 GB
Total length :
4h 4m

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Sandeep Bandyopadhyay

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Last update

2/2023

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4.3/5

Mastering CATIA Composite Design Beginner to Professional

What you’ll learn

Understanding the basics of composite materials and design of laminated composite material using CATIA V5 / V6 using aerospace components from scratch.
Familiarity with CATIA composite software interface and toolbars for composite design and manufacturing. Ability to create and modify composite design models.
Gain knowledge of various techniques used for the analysis and simulation of composite designs. Generate flat patterns and output data for manufacturing.
Familiarity with the composite design for laminated and sandwich structure with various aspects of product development such as engineering, manufacturing.
Ability to create composite structures that meet desired specifications and requirements.
Understanding of the importance of quality control and inspection in composite manufacturing.

Mastering CATIA Composite Design Beginner to Professional

Requirements

Familiarity with basic CAD software, such as CATIA V5, and the ability to use it for simple modeling tasks.
A basic understanding of material properties like CFRP, GFRP, Kevlar, Epoxy etc. Some knowledge of composite materials, including fiber orientation, resin systems, and manufacturing processes.
A background in engineering or a related field may be helpful, but may not be required.

Description

Composite Material Design Using CATIA Software is a well known software to design the Composite Laminated structure. Composite materials are materials that are made up of two or more constituent materials with different physical and chemical properties. By combining these materials, composites can be designed to have improved or unique properties that are not achievable with any of the constituent materials alone. Composites are widely used in a variety of industries including aerospace, automotive, construction, and sports equipment. The design of composite materials involves selecting the appropriate constituent materials, determining the optimal fiber or particle orientation, and deciding on the manufacturing process that will be used to produce the final product. There are several factors that need to be considered in composite design, including the mechanical properties, weight, cost, durability, and environmental factors. Some common composite materials include carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP), glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP), and aramid fiber reinforced polymer (AFRP). The choice of material depends on the specific application and the desired properties of the final product. When designing a composite material, it is important to consider the manufacturing process that will be used. Common manufacturing processes for composites include filament winding, pultrusion, and resin transfer molding. Each process has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the selection of the manufacturing process will depend on the design objectives and constraints. In addition to the design and manufacturing of composite materials, it is important to consider the testing and analysis of the final product. This includes both non-destructive testing, such as ultrasonic testing and X-ray inspection, as well as destructive testing, such as tensile and compression testing. By carefully analyzing the performance of the composite material, it is possible to identify areas for improvement and optimize the design for future applications. Using CATIA software in Composite Design field is widely used in Aviation, Automotive, Sports, Renewable Energy and various other domains. One can learn the design processes very much in-depth using the course. Please be mentioned that the GRID Design method is not included into this course. It consists of Ply-By-Ply and Zone based methods only in CATIA Composite design methods.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Course Content

Lecture 3 What is Composite Material

Lecture 4 Why Composite Material

Lecture 5 Basics of Composite Manufacturing

Lecture 6 Basic Rules of Composite Material Design

Lecture 7 Ply Angles

Lecture 8 Ply Symmetry

Lecture 9 Ply Balance

Lecture 10 Composite Modeling Approach

Lecture 11 Composite Zone Based Approach

Lecture 12 Composite Other Basic Parameters

Section 2: Composite Zone and Ply Creation

Lecture 13 Recap and Basic Reference Creation for Composite Part

Lecture 14 Basic Composite Design Module Parameters Understanding

Lecture 15 Groups Creation

Lecture 16 Zones Creation

Lecture 17 Ply Creation from Zones and Visualization

Lecture 18 Ply Creation From Spreadsheet

Lecture 19 Transition Zone Creation

Lecture 20 Ply Visualization

Section 3: Monolithic and Sandwich Structure

Lecture 21 Recap Till Now

Lecture 22 Solid and Geometry Creation from Zone

Lecture 23 Stackup File Creation and Analyzing

Lecture 24 Ply Creation from Stack-up File

Lecture 25 Limit Contour

Lecture 26 Understanding Limit Contour and Sandwich Structure

Lecture 27 Creating Sandwich Structure

Lecture 28 Creating Flatten Contour

Section 4: Composite Manufacturing and Drawings

Lecture 29 Composite Manufacturing Information

Lecture 30 Composite Edge of Part

Lecture 31 Composite Edge of Part With Material Excess Creation

Lecture 32 Dart and Splice Creation

Lecture 33 Composite Drawing Creation

Lecture 34 Composite Ply Book

Lecture 35 Summarizing The Whole Course

Lecture 36 Closing Note

The CATIA Composite Design course is designed for engineers, designers, and other professionals in the aerospace, automotive, and other industries who need to create complex composite structures using the CATIA software. It is also suitable for students pursuing an engineering or design degree who wish to specialize in composite materials and design.,Composite design engineers, Composite manufacturing engineers, Aerospace and automotive engineers, Product development managers, Researchers in composite materials and design,Overall, anyone who needs to design, analyze, and simulate composite structures using CATIA software can benefit from taking a CATIA Composite Design course.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 4m | 2.65 GB
Created by: Sandeep Bandyopadhyay

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