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Overview

In this course you will learn:

- Grouping of failure modes into generic failure types, for use in design, FMEA (failure mode and effect analysis), problem solving etc.

- Impact dynamics (point, single mass-spring system, two mass-spring system, 2-D rigid body). The influence of damping. 

- Test methods and standards: fragility testing, shock response spectra (SRS), the damage boundary curve.

- Measurement techniques for acceleration, displacement, force, etc.

- Simulation: types of simulation software, the effective use of simulation.

- Robust design principles: a practical guide to evaluating and improving product strength.

Objective

After the course the participant is able to understand the dynamic effects of drops and shocks on products and is able to design products that have a higher resistance to this type of loading.

Intended for

Mechanical designers of products that are subject to shock and drop loading.

Programme

The participants will be able to estimate accelerations, forces and deflections based on simple one-dimensional dynamics and is aware of the available simulation and measurements techniques (together with their advantages, limitations and how they can be most effectively applied) for more realistic situations. Training in the use of simulation and measurement tools is not included in this course.

Certification

A HTI certificate after completing homework and final assignment.

Methods

Lectures, demonstrations, exercises, cases.

Price

€ 1.195,00 excl. VAT

Duration

2 consecutive days

Timetable

On request

Location

Eindhoven

Contact

Tel. +31 85 401 3600
E-mail: training@hightechinstitute.nl

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Design principles for shock proof design

Course into the dynamic effects of drops and shocks on products and design of products that have a higher resistance to this type of loading.

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