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Plan professional development for mechanical simulation easily

On reliable and established ways through the CADFEM advanced training offer for FE analysis: This is how you reach the desired learning goals.

CADFEM learning paths for mechanical simulation

CADFEM learning paths showsimulation beginners and experienced userssuitable training concepts to achieve their individual learning goals for performing Finite Element Analysis in an effetive manner. In the area of structural mechanics, CADFEM offers you a particularly comprehensive range of basic, advanced and expert courses and online training. In addition, you can deepen your numerical and analytical skills in master modules and certified university courses or acquire a recognized master's degree. 

Learning paths for Mechanical Applications

CADFEM offers a comprehensive range of basic, intermediate, and expert seminars and online training for use of the Finite Element Method (FEM). You can also deepen your numerical and analytical capabilities in master’s modules and certified university courses, or enroll on a recognized master’s degree. 

Basic, Advanced or Expert?

CADFEM training courses tell you at first glance what you can expect

In basic courses you start with simple but impactful simulations. You will become familiar with important common software functions and learn how to use analyzes effectively for your product development.

You have run your first simulations and want to learn more? Advanced level trainings are just right for you to quickly and efficiently bring your knowledge to a robust application standard.

The right expert for every task: CADFEM training at expert level combines high-end simulation knowledge with in-depth engineering know-how for almost any task from your daily business.

CADFEM Training for Finite Element Analysis at a Glance

Basic Level
Advanced Level
Expert Level
APDL Scripting in Ansys Mechanical
Advanced explicit structural mechanics with LS-DYNA
Assessing the Fatigue Life of Plastics
Buckling and Snap-Through: Stability of Thin-Walled Structures
NEWDeveloping Ansys ACT apps for Ansys Mechanical
Dimensioning and simulation of composite material
Earthquake Simulation: Response Spectrum and Transient Analysis
Effectively simulating seals with a pragmatic relevance
Forming and joining simulation with Ansys Mechanical
Life with cracks – fracture mechanics calculation methods
Matching Simulation with Testing
Numerical analysis of pressurized equipment
PSD analysis – computation of randomly excited vibrations
UPDATEDPractical simulation of elastomer components
Rotor dynamics — dynamic simulation of rotating structures
NEWSimulating additive manufacturing processes in metal printing
Simulating the Plastic Material Behavior of Metals
Simulation of machine tools
Simulation of piezoelectric components
UPDATEDSimulation with soil and concrete models
Strength Assessment Concepts for Welded Joints
Strength assessment with Ansys nCode DesignLife
The Anisotropic Behavior of Short-Fiber-Reinforced Plastics
Understand and simulate damping of mechanical vibrations
UPDATEDUnderstanding and Simulating Technical Friction Effects
NEWUser-defined creep models using Ansys UPF UserCreep
NEWUser-defined friction models with Ansys UPF UserInter
NEWUser-defined hyperelasticity models with Ansys UPF UserHyper
NEWUser-defined plasticity models with Ansys UPF UserMat
NEWUser-defined wear models with Ansys UPF UserWear
Viscoelasticity and creep in plastics

The easy way to plan Professional Development

CADFEM learning paths show you training plans for the most common engineering topics. Together with you we will find answers to further questions.

  • Which courses are best suited for your professional tasks?
  • What is the fastest way to integrate new employees?

Let's talk about your personal challenges and how we can support you in achieving your individual goals.

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Adrian Dunne
Simulation Engineer, CADFEM Ireland Ltd.

Learning paths on other simulation topics

CADFEM learning paths are available to suit your tasks: whether FE analyses for structural-mechanical and electromagnetic issues, CFD calculations in fluid mechanics or multiphysics calculations - from over 30 years of experience we have compiled common training recommendations for typical engineering areas.

Not found the right learning pathway yet?

The CADFEM Professional Development team will configure an individual qualification plan for your needs from more than 100 seminars, online training courses, and certified university courses.