Virtual simulations are becoming the fastest, and most efficient method to analyze, refine, improve, troubleshoot, or non-destructively test a mechanical system. In this workshop, you will learn to shorten product development time by simulating the real world behavior of a complex mechanical system before it is even built - even in prototype form. We will demonstrate the development of a model, "what-if" simulations with animation, and examine results using Working Model simulator. Working Model is a trademark of Knowledge Revolution, San Mateo, CA.
Who should attend: Engineers, technical managers, and educators in mechanical and manufacturing fields, who need to understand and apply simulation techniques of mechanical systems design and analysis to their design problems.
Location: Engineering Technology PC Lab, Room 09-1238 (Building 9 - Engineering Building), RIT.
Cost: $95 Includes a copy of lecture notes, lunch, coffee breaks, and full featured Working Model CD demo.
Instructor: Ti Lin Liu is an associate professor of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology at RIT. He has worked extensively in computational mechanics, solid mechanics, heat transfer, finite element analysis, mechanism design, and computer simulation. He has provided a series of workshops, seminars, papers, and presentations in computer aided engineering, and computer integrated mechanical system design during the last 10 years.
For more information call Prof. Ti Lin Liu at 716.475.5373 or Dr. Kandlikar at 713.475.6728. Early registration is recommended due to limited number of computers (20). Deadline for reservation in November 15, 1997.