Skill-Lync, an edtech startup for advanced engineering courses has announced a course in crashworthiness. Crash testing is a key focus in the automotive and aerospace industries, and this course equips students with the necessary skills to set foot in the industry. Students can learn about meshing cars using HyperMesh and RADIOSS. The course can be accessed for two months, four months and for lifetime at INR 7000, 10000 and 15000 respectively.
This course focuses on the solver known as RADIOSS which is used in the frontal, side, and roof crash analysis. HyperMesh, which is specially meant to set up models for car crash simulations will be used in this course. Students in mechanical, aerospace or automotive engineering can apply for this course and students who do not have experience in this field can also be a part of this course.
Crashworthiness is a domain in which you will be able to study a vehicle’s structural integrity after it has been compromised in an accident. Passenger and pedestrian protection will also be addressed in this subdomain. After completing this course, students will be able to set up cases for any explicit simulation, debug bugs, and post process the results.
The benefit of this course is to get better scholarship opportunities for MS admits, explore options in research and development, and land coveted jobs in top core companies. Students will also work on industry relevant projects and gain experience in tools to help them stand out from the crowd and stay ahead of any competition in the industry.
Speaking on the launch, Surya P, Co-founder and CEO, Skill-Lync said, “With the implementation of Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program, all automotive manufacturers selling cars in India, need to make sure that their cars are being crash tested. While simulating the frontal crash, side impact, roll over scenarios even before manufacturing a car, gives the automotive manufacturers ability to understand the areas that they have to improve. This wide scale adoption of performing crashworthiness simulations in the development cycle has increased the need for crashworthiness engineers in the automotive sector, this is one of the primary reasons why we brought in the course on crashworthiness and we see a lot of students successfully getting jobs in these domains.”
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