Automotive CAD Technology

CATIA V5 - Composite Design

Automotive CAD Technology
In Coventry

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Typology Training
Location Coventry
Duration 5 Days
  • Training
  • Coventry
  • Duration:
    5 Days
Description

The course will enable students to develop CATIA composites parts from the initial surface form through to the ply block detailing all the cutting and placement details.
Suitable for: People who work or desire to work in the many challenging areas of Engineering and Design.

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Coventry
12 Herald Way, Binley Industrial Estate, CV3 2NY, Warwickshire, England
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Starts On request
Location
Coventry
12 Herald Way, Binley Industrial Estate, CV3 2NY, Warwickshire, England
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Course programme

This five day course is designed to provide a complete introduction to the CATIA Composites Design Workbench. Covering both Composites Engineering; the definition zones, plies, limit contours, staggering, laminate stack, cores, composites/stack information and Composites Manufacture; the producability analysis, transfer to production tool form, ply flattening, splicing, darting, inspection, ply export and ply book generation.

The course will enable students to develop CATIA composites parts from the initial surface form through to the ply block detailing all the cutting and placement details.

Course Content:

  • Introduction to the CPD Workbench
  • Preliminary design, Composite materials catalog & laminate parameters
  • Defining zone groups, zones and transition zones
  • Generating and editing a Stack up from zones
  • Geometry creation from zones
  • Ply creation from zones and manual ply generation
  • Limit contour creation / modification and staggering definition
  • Creating multiple ply and core groups
  • Query the engineerng part for ply and stack information
  • Drawing and Reviewing the composite model
  • Generation of the manufacturing part
  • Production surface replacement and material excess
  • Producability analysis
  • Modification for production; splicing and darting
  • Ply Flattening
  • Synchronisation of engineering and manufacturing information
  • Ply Book generation and ply export

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