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ESoCAET II: A learning arrangement in simulation technique for practitioners (blended learning)

The result of the ESoCAET II project is a training course for Finite Element Method (FEM), a part of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE). Due to the development of more efficient methodology, there is an increase in the importance of CAE as computers continue to supplement the old method of trial and error.CAE has applications in multiple fields such as classic frame work stability analysis, crash simulation of vehicles, or the electromagnetic compatibility of electric devices. It even applies to simpler analyses such as the stability of a crank shaft or a window frame. Competence in simulation enables its applicants to solve issues which will become significantly more important for the European industry. As a result the FEM training “eFEM for practioners” helps technicians to get in touch with this key technology.The project originated from its successful predecessor ESoCAET that had developed the industry oriented master’s degree program Applied Computational Mechanics. Market demand shows that simulation as a design tool for products is not only of interest for academics, but for technicians or craftsmen as well. Therefore, this educational offer had been transferred into a learning arrangement (blended learning) with a focus on computational mechanics.
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