National Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela, was founded as Regional Engineering College, Rourkela, in 1961. It is a prestigious Institute with a reputation for excellence at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, fostering the spirit of national integration among the students, close interaction with industry and a strong emphasis on basic and applied research. It has been consistently ranked within the TOP 20 engineering institutes for five consecutive years as per MHRD’s NIRF Ranking, Govt. of India.
Composites became more and more to a significant topic for innovative engineering solutions. At this point of time, they are the best alternative for steel and comparable metals in terms of stiffness, mechanical properties and weight saving. In general, composites are made out of fibres, which are embedded in a complex polymer matrix. The simulation and modelling of composite structure can be realized in several ways. The necessary explanation of the mechanics of composite structure in accordance with the physical reality is also very much important.
The finite element method is widely used for the complex boundary value problems encountered in advanced composite structure. In addition, the complicated geometries and variations of material properties can also be handled using FEM ease. Due to these advantages, FEM has emerged as a versatile and powerful tool in computational engineering. Due to the exponential development of computing power, the process of optimizing structures has rapidly evolved in last decades from the experience and knowledge of engineers to automatic tools based on more or less classical mathematical algorithms and techniques.
These advancements have enabled the possibility of efficiently treat complicated problems where the mechanical intuition is very limited, and this may reduce the cost of long periods of design through trial and error. By the end of this program, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of processing, modelling and analysis of composites including other functional materials
Module I: Introduction
Introduction to composite, functional materials and their classifications. Failure theories and their importance in design.
Module II: Modelling
Steps of mathematical and simulation modeling for the realisation of physical model. Implementation of material modelling steps via FEA tool/ MATLAB/ ABAQUS/ Gmsh/ ANSYS,
Module III: Structural Analysis
Fabrication, characterization, Experiment and numerical analysis (static and dynamic) of various advanced material modelling.
Module IV: Case study and hands on practice Lab based work including experimental work for layer structure with and without functional materials
Who can Apply?
All practicing engineers working in private, public, government organizations industries, scientists, engineers from R&D establishments, faculties, research scholars and students from engineering institutions are eligible to apply.
Professionals from Industry & R&D units: ₹ 10,000/-
Faculty from Academic Institutions: ₹ 4,500/-
Students/Research Scholars: ₹ 3,000/-
How to Apply
Interested participants may send their application in
prescribed form along with the registration fee to the
email id: email@example.com on or before June 15th,
- Last Date of registration: 12th June. 2023
- Selection Intimation to the applicant: 15th June. 2023 (Through E-mail only)
- Course Date: 26th – 30th June. 2023.
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Organizer Information 🇮🇳
National Institute of Technology Rourkela , Bisra Road Jindal Colony, Udit Nagar, Rourkela, Odisha 769001
- Five Day Workshop Training Programme Organized by National Institute of Technology Rourkela
- Learn About Advance Structural Material and Multiscale Modelling
- Five Day Workshop Training Programme for research scholars (M. Tech. and PhD)
🔖 Post Expires on 12th June 2023