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The courses are regularly offered twice a year in German at our office in Stuttgart. English courses or individual training can be arranged separately.

Available PERMAS Workshops

The following courses are regularly offered twice a year in German. English courses or individual training can be arranged individually.

Basics (BASIC-1/BASIC-2/CA-1)
Introduction to PERMAS and basics of linear static analysis and contact analysis
Introduction to MEDINA
Contact Analysis - Advanced (CA-2)
Advanced topics in contact analysis
Non-linear Statics (NLS-1/NLS-2) Next date: 13.11.2017 - 14.11.2017
Application of nonlinear methods with PERMAS
Engine analysis (Engine-1/Engine-2) Next date: 21.11.2017 - 22.11.2017
Efficient engine analysis with PERMAS
Heat Transfer (HT) Next date: 15.11.2017
Steady-state and transient heat transfer analysis
Substructure Technique (SUB) Next date: 23.11.2017
Static and dynamic condensation as well as matrix-models
Advanced Modeling and Analysis Features (AD) Next date: 20.11.2017
Efficient usage of PERMAS, advanced methods for experienced users
Dynamic Analysis (DYN-1/DYN-2) Next date: 07.11.2017 - 08.11.2017
Dynamic analysis with PERMAS
Fluid/Structure Acoustics (FS) Next date: 09.11.2017
Efficient analysis of coupled fluid-structure systems.
VisPER (free of charge) (VisPER) Next date: 23.10.2017
Basics for the use of VisPER.
Optimization Analysis (OPT-1/OPT-2) Next date: 25.10.2017 - 26.10.2017
Application of the optimization module integrated within PERMAS
Topology Optimization (TOPO) Next date: 24.10.2017
Support of the concept design phase through the topology optimization feature in PERMAS
Reliability Analysis (RA) Next date: 10.11.2017
Assessment of structural reliability using the integrated PERMAS module