This Composites Design course is intended to provide a comprehensive introduction to the CATIA Composites Design Workbench.

About this course

Duration:

5 days

Course Objective:

Covering both Composites Engineering; the definition of zones, plies, limit contours, staggering, laminate stack, cores, composites/stack information and Composites Manufacture; the producibility analysis, transfer to production tool form, ply flattening, splicing, darting, inspection, ply export and ply book generation. The course includes a mixture of presentation and tutorial, enabling students to gain hands-on experience.

This course covers the following topics:

  • Defining Composite Parameters
  • Design a Composite Part using the Manual Approach
  • Design a Composite Part using the Classical and Solid Zone Approach
  • Design a Composite Part using the Grid Approach
  • Perform and inspect the Producibility Analysis
  • Export and import the Ply Design Data
  • Create a Ply Book

Who Should Attend?

Composite design engineers and/or Mechanical design engineers with a minimum of 6 months CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE use.

Course Overview:

TECHNIA have 2 training facilities available (located in Milton Keynes and Castle Donington) or alternatively, courses can be delivered on the customer’s site. TECHNIA are a Dassault Systèmes Authorised Certification Center and are fully industry and CPD (Continuing Professional Development) approved.

The course overview provides details of the topics covered in each lecture. Please note that the actual course agenda may vary depending on location.

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Upcoming sessions

Sorry, no sessions are currently scheduled for this course. Please contact us to arrange a suitable training date.

What’s included?

An experienced, specialist trainer
Years of industry experience
Dedicated training facilities
Personal attendance certificate
Lunch & refreshments

How Does it Work?

1.

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Submit your course enquiry one of three ways; complete our booking request form, send us an email or give us a call.

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