Category:
Course Type:
Duration:
5 Days
Location:
At the Majenta office in Whitley, Coventry
Time:
9am
Contact:
Shwetha Gowda
User Level:
Beginner to Advanced

This CATIA V5 Composites course is built up of three composites courses, CATIA Grid Approach, Composites Part Engineering and Composites Part Manufacturing. 

Section 1: CATIA Composites Grid Approach

This section of the course will introduce you to the Grid approach. You will learn how to generate plies, modify geometry, and create a solid or a top surface using the ply geometry. By the end of this course, you will be able to create and modify a composite part using the Composites Grid Design approach.

Upon completion of this section you will be able to:

  • Understand the concept of Grid approach in Composites Design
  • Generate plies using the Grid approach
  • Modify the ply geometry
  • Create a solid or a top surface using the ply geometry
  • Create and modify a composite part using the Composites Grid Design approach

Section 2: Composites Part Engineering

This section will first teach you how to design simple Composites Parts using a Manual approach. You will then learn how to use a Zone-based approach to complete the preliminary design and then the detailed design. You will also learn how to generate plies automatically, use the analysis tools and simulate fibre behaviour. Finally, you will learn how to generate exact solids and to create composites drawings.

Upon completion of this section you will be able to:

  • Define the parameters of the composite
  • Design a composite part using the manual approach
  • Design a composite part using the classical and solid zone approach
  • Perform and inspect the producibility analysis
  • Export and import the ply design data
  • Create a ply book

 

Section 3: Composites Part Manufacturing

This section will teach you how to create a manufacturing document from a Composites Engineering design document. You will learn how to modify the Manufacturing Data structure and synchronise the link between the engineering and the manufacturing data. You will also learn how to apply the manufacturing and producibility constraints in the Composites Design process.

Upon completion of this section you will be able to:

  • Design a Composite Part using the Manual Approach
  • Generate a Manufacturing Stacking from an Engineering Stacking
  • Synchronise the link between the Manufacturing and Engineering parts
  • Perform and inspect the Producibility Analysis
  • Compute and optimise a Flattening
  • Export the Ply Data
  • Create a Ply Book
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