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CAE Training and Internship

At Poisson & Youngs Engineering, we believe in providing equal opportunity to all the Engineering graduates. The course is designed to understand fundamental engineering concepts and its application in real-world engineering solution. 

Training Curriculum - Mechanical Engineering 

Linear Stress Analysis

  • Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

  • Industrial Application using 3D Link/Spar Elements 

  • Industrial Application using 3D Beam elements 

  • Industrial Application using Plate element /Membrane element and shell elements

  • Industrial Application using Plane stress/plane strain elements

  • Industrial Application using 3D Solid Element 

  • Best Practices in Meshing, BC’s, Loading conditions and Evaluating results.

  • Symmetry Applications

Non Linear Stress Analysis

  • Contact Non linearity in Industrial Application 

  • Material Non linearity in Industrial Application 

  • Best Practices to solve convergence issues 

Thermal - Structural Analysis 

  • Contact Non linearity in Industrial Application

  • Material Non linearity in Industrial Application

  • Best Practices to solve convergence issues

Dynamic Analysis 

  • Modal Analysis

  • Harmonic Analysis

  • Random vibrations

  • Shock load analysis

Fatigue Analysis 

  • Low Cycle Fatigue Analysis

  • High Cycle Fatigue Analysis

Fracture Mechanics 

  • Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics (LEFM)

  • Elastic Plastic Fracture Mechanics (EPFM)

  • Thermal Mechanical Fatigue Analysis (TMFA)

Rotor Dynamics Analysis

  • Bearing Characteristic Calculation through fluid structural interface analysis

  • Lateral Critical Speed Analysis

  • Torsional Critical Speed analysis


  • Design Optimization 

  • Shape Optimization 

Live- project

  • Understanding the scope 

  • Performing Design Calculations 

  • Understanding FEA Plan 

  • Pre-Processing Techniques 

  • Solution and Post-Processing 

  • FEA results interpretation and understanding Failure modes 

  • Providing design suggestions 

  • FEA report generation 

Training Approach

Step - 1

Students will solve a problem through theoretical concept. This section help students to refresh the basics, and understand the problem in detail. 


Step - 2

Students will solve the same problem (of step -1) through FEA. This section helps students to validate the FEA results through Analytical calculation 


Step - 3

From the Learnings of Step 1&2, Student can easy approach industrial challenges. This methodology helps students to bridge the gap between institutional learning and industrial application. 


Mode of Training 

  • Interactive Training - Classroom & Online
  • Training Certification 
  • Flexible Learning Curve 
  • Internship
  • On-Job Training & Live projects 
  • Assignments and Quiz

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