Kartu Inovasi Indonesia

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Overview

Engineering Simulation is the process of using computer-based modeling to predict a system’s behavior under certain operating conditions.

  • One of the primary drivers for innovation in industries in all sectors: Reduced time-to-launch and superior quality
  • Enables companies to make critical decisions based on analysis of numerous trade-offs
  • Used throughout the product lifecycle: ideation, design, prototyping, manufacturing, operation, and retiring
  • Helps make smart business and technical decisions by predicting system behavior with time and analyze future failure possibilities

CADFEM SEA is deploying the Kartu Inovasi Indonesia program with access to world-class engineering courses and simulation technology from Ansys

This program is designed for students, engineers, scientists and researchers to learn, train, and prepare for a future of advanced product design, engineering, research, and development. By registering in this program you get access to the Ansys Innovation Courses, Industry Related Workshops, and access to Ansys Software in the Cloud (5 hrs). 

After the completion of this program, successful students will receive a digital badge from Ansys and CADFEM hosted on the Credly platform. You can use this badge to share your accomplishments across your social and professional networks.

Registration

Learn about the prerequisites and steps to register with this program

Requirements

  • Completed High School
  • Enrolled in engineering program at a university
  • Basic computer operating knowledge
  • Access to a computer with internet connection
  • Active university email address

Steps

  • Complete the registration form
  • Provide university email address and university name
  • Enrollment will be verified by CADFEM SEA
  • Access to 5 hrs. of Ansys software on Cloud
  • Select desired Courses or Workshops to learn and practice 

Setup

Register for the program, setup Virtual Machine for software access 

Choose

Select the course, general workshops or industry focused workshops

Practice

Gain hands on experience by solving practical examples using Ansys software

Ansys Software in Cloud

Learn how to setup the Virtual Machine and Prepare the Ansys Software in the Cloud

Anda juga dapat menyimak video di bawah mengenai penggunaan Virtual Machine

  1. Silahkan klik "Register for the Lab" dan ikuti langkah-langkah untuk membuat akun Azure dan kemudian Sign-on
  2. Nyalakan tombol Radio di samping "Stopped" untuk memulai Mesin Virtual. Proses ini memakan waktu sekitar 3 menit.
  3. Klik pada ikon komputer "Connect to the virtual machine". Ini akan mengunduh (download) file Remote Desktop .rdp ke komputer anda. Buka file .rdp yang telah diunduh.
  4. Klik "Connect" pada kotak dialog Remote Desktop Connection. Masukkan sandi "An$YS!23" pada panel "Widows Security" dan klik OK untuk connect. Klik "Yes" jika ada Windows pop-up.
  5. Koneksi Desktop Virtual Machine anda sekarang akan diluncurkan. Klik "Skip for now" untuk melanjutkan memuat Virtual Machine. Sekarang Anda akan melihat tampilan desktop Windows pada layar anda.
  6. Klik ikon "Windows" di pojok kiri bawah dan di pada "Ansys 2020 R2", pilih "Workbench 2020 R2". Pilih "Allow Access" pada pesan Windows Security apa pun untuk melanjutkan memuat Workbench. Pilih “Yes” atau “No” pada panel "Ansys Product Improvement Program" dan klik OK.
  7. Ketika sesi Workbench telah dimuat dengan sukses, ini mengakhiri pengujian Virtual Machine anda dan anda dapat menutup dan keluar.

Setelah pengujian berhasil, Anda dapat mengikuti langkah-langkah serupa untuk masuk kembali ke dalam Virtual Machine.

Introductory Courses

Learn the fundamental physics for selected topics of Fluid Dynamics and Structural Mechanics

Fluids

Structures


General Workshops

Curated Hands-On Workshops for Fluid Dynamics and Structural Mechanics Simulations with Ansys software


Industry Related Workshops

Curated Hands-on Workshops for Industry-specific  Applications using Ansys Software

Automotive


Aerospace


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Healthcare


Industrial Equipment


Consumer Goods


Digital Badge

Learn more about the digital badge offered on program completion below

In the next few months, we will issue a digital badge for your successful participation in this program. This will be sent through Credly’s Acclaim platform who are our official digital credential provider. 

You can share your badge on social and professional media, or send a link to it by email, add it in an email signature, embed in your resume, blog or website.  There is no fee for this service and acceptance is totally up to you. 

What happens next?

  • You’ll receive an email from Credly’s Acclaim platform inviting you to accept your badge.
  • Click the link in the email.
  • Create an account on the YourAcclaim site.
  • Accept your badge and start sharing.

Get Help

Ask your questions or provide your feedback in the forum at the link below

In this course we will learn how to perform numerical simulations on structural systems using Ansys Mechanical. First, we will get familiarized with the Ansys Mechanical interface and learn the general workflow. We will then learn how to perform a stress analysis and a modal analysis of a simple structure. Following that, we will get introduced to structural nonlinearities and how they can affect the results in certain cases. Finally, Ansys Mechanical also provides a conduction-based solver that can be used to perform heat transfer analysis in solids. We will perform a thermal analysis to obtain temperature distribution of a laptop.

In this course we will learn the basics of fluid simulations using Ansys Fluent. We will begin by learning how to navigate the Fluent interface. We will then uncover the true potential of CFD by analyzing different designs. We will learn how to set up and analyze time dependent transient simulations in Ansys Fluent. Basics of conjugate heat transfer and aerodynamics will also be covered in this course.

In this session we will introduce industry specific applications from the automotive industry and how Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to ensure safe and optimized design of different subsystems. We begin with a stress analysis of an engine connecting rod to determine the location and magnitude of the highest stress. Following that, we perform a similar stress analysis of a brake pad. Then we demonstrate how bolted joints are modeled in an axle assembly. In addition to these stress analyses, we perform thermal analysis of a gasket to find the temperature distribution over it. We end the session by performing a thermal analysis to determine the most optimized and efficient design for the fins of an air-cooled engine.

In this session we will introduce industry specific applications from the automotive industry and how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used to solve problems and optimize subsystems. We will begin our discussion with the analysis of external aerodynamics of a concept car. Then we will use the power of computational fluid dynamics to uncover the role of streamlining in high speed rail transport. We will wrap up by looking at an example that deals with how we can use CFD to analyze internal sub-systems such as an IC engine exhaust manifold.

In this session we will introduce industry specific applications from the aerospace industry and how Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to ensure safe and optimized design of different subsystems. We will learn how to ensure that resonance within the operational frequency range is avoided by performing modal analysis of a drone blade. We also perform modal analyses of a recreational drone and of a lightweight airplane. We wrap up this session by performing stress analyses to optimize the design of a helicopter rotor pitch arm.

In this session we will introduce industry specific applications from the aerospace industry and how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used to solve problems and optimize subsystems. We will begin our discussion with the analysis of flow over an aircraft wing. Then, we will use switch gears and understand how aircraft engines generate thrust by analyzing the flow through a converging nozzle. We will then discuss regarding high-lift devices by studying the flow over a multi-element airfoil. Finally, we will wrap up by looking at an example to understand the physics of high speed airflow over an aircraft wing section which is significantly influenced by the compressible nature of air.

In this session we will introduce industry specific applications from the heathcare industry and how Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to determine the stress experienced by various biological tissues and to design various surgical implants. In the first simulation, we simulate how a shape-memory alloy is used in a spinal spacer. Then we simulate the deployment of a stent through a balloon angioplasty procedure. Following that we analyze the bending behavior of a rat femur and use simulations to obtain the stress and strain distributions. We wrap up the session by performing stress analysis of a hip implant and of an intervertebral disc.

In this session, we will introduce some industry-specific applications from the Healthcare industry and learn about how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used in this space. We will unlock the power of fluid simulation with the model of a Bio-Reactor. We will set-up the simulation on Ansys Fluent and use advanced postprocessing tools to analyze the results of the simulation. Finally, we will also model the flow of blood through the Circle of Willis, which is a circulatory network of blood vessels supplying blood to the brain and surrounding tissues. Engineers use fluid simulations to understand the investigate the impact of blood flow on these blood vessels to study factors leading to cerebral aneurysms.

In this session we will show how Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to ensure safe and optimized design of different subsystems in industrial equipments. We begin with a stress analysis of a pipe under thermal loads. Then we learn how to interpret simulation results to determine the sealing quality of a pressure vessel. Following that, we perform stress analysis of an O-ring incorporating the necessary nonlinear behavior in the simulation. We then proceed to perform a reliability study of a composite overwrapped pressure vessel. We wrap up this session by performing a thermal analysis of a centrifugal pump to obtain the temperature distribution over it when transporting hot fluids.

In this session, we will introduce some industrial equipment involving the motion of fluids and learn to use the power of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to simulate them. First, we will learn about the fluid pressure drop in the flow through a stop valve using Ansys Fluent. We will use the power of simulations to understand the mechanism of how the cement industry uses the cyclone separator to separate the particles based on their size and mass. In addition to this, we will also model the airflow through an axial fan flow in Ansys Fluent. Finally, we will discuss the physics of heat exchangers, and learn how a shell and tube heat exchanger is used to cool transformer oil in hydro-electric power plants.

In this session we will introduce industry specific applications from the consumer goods industry and how Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to perform stress analysis to ensure safe and ergonomic design of different consumer products. We perform stress analysis on two types of shoes, one with an air-filled based and another whose base has an auxetic design. We then analyze a bike frame and a bike crank to determine the stress distribution under various loading conditions. Finally, we perform a nonlinear simulation of interlocking of a snap-fit buckle.

In this session we will introduce some consumer goods specific industry applications and look at how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can be used to simulate the physics of various applications. We will begin our discussion with the analysis of airflow in a room with air-conditioning vents. Then, we will switch gears and understand the influence of swimming goggles on the drag generated by a swimmer. Finally, we will look at how simulations can be used to predict complex flows such as those around a cricket ball traveling at 144 km/hr.