Computational Structure Mechanics
HyperMesh and HyperView Training Course
April 12-14, 2011
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL
|Ronald F. Kulak, PhD, PE, FASME
|A training course in the use of HyperWorks 10.0 was held April 12 - 14, 2011 at the TRACC Collaboratory located within
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL and also presented remotely via the Internet utilizing Adobe Connect software.
Erik Larson, Business Development Manager for Modeling and Visualization, Altair Engineering, presented the training course.
Altair Engineering is the developer of the HyperWorks suite of software packages including HyperMesh & HyperView.
HyperMesh is used for creating or modifying computational models and HyperView is used for postprocessing results.
The training class was intended for knowledgeable finite element analysts who are new to or have limited experience
with HyperMesh or HyperView. The class was presented in a lecture format interspersed with hands-on exercises.
Basic interaction with HyperMesh and Hyper View
Preparing geometry for meshing
Creating hexa and penta mesh
Preparing models for analysis
Post Processing with HyperView
|Adobe Connect Recordings|
|Introduction to HyperMesh|
|3D Solid Meshing with Hexas and Pentas|
|1D Elements and Connectors|
|Morphing and Analysis Setup|
HyperView & HyperWorks 10.0
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