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Training to Empower Your Teams

See how the enhancements and new features in Femap 2306 can improve your productivity and collaboration across the simulation workflow.

From geometry and meshing to solver support and postprocessing, the newly released Simcenter Femap 2306 offers a variety of enhancements and impressive performance improvements. This webinar will highlight many of these exciting updates, including the following new capabilities:

  • Create rotor dynamics models for Simcenter Nastran Rotor Dynamics
  • Update line elements connected to other element types using the Mesh / Mesh on Mesh command
  • Capture additional key results data not calculated by the solver with computed vectors
  • Quickly create mesh to connect different regions of your model, regardless of complexity
  • Find the right command quickly

ATA Engineering, Inc., is excited to welcome Andy Haines, Principal Applications Engineer and long-time member of the Simcenter Femap team at Siemens Digital Industries Software, for this webinar. Join us to learn additional details about these new features and more. You can visit the Support Center website today to download Simcenter Femap 2306 and generate new license files.

About the Speaker

  • Andy Haines

    Principal Applications Engineer, Siemens Digital Industries Software

    Mr. Haines became a member of the Femap development team in June 1998 and is currently a Principal Applications Engineer. Before joining Femap, he performed finite element analysis on satellite components for a large US Aerospace company. In over 25 years with Femap, he has been involved in a wide range of activities such as supporting sales engagements, participating in product planning, being the main team member performing manual testing, creating customized routines for customers using the Femap API, providing second-level customer support, teaching training classes for end users and value-added resellers, and at one time wrote 90% of Simcenter Femap’s end-user documentation. Andy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University.