From now on, I’d like to make this blog a bit more personal to know what my readers are thinking and to have more “real” communication with FEA Engineers. Let me know what you just think !
I just wanted to show you that there is a person behind all those posts about FEA and that I really want to know you
Please leave a comment in the comment section below if you feel the same thing that me about FEA, I WANT TO KNOW
Jousef Murad says
Liked your video very much Cyprien! :)
Thanks Jousef ! Great to see that you like it
What do you think about FEA analysis? Is this also your dream ?
Jose Alejandre says
Work as a FEA engineer has been always my dream since I was an student. Unfortunately for some of us takes years. Happily I have reached my dream 1 week ago. I am a novat with lots of doubts.
Congratulations Jose ! I am glad you share your passion on my blog :) hope to hear from you
shruti mirashi says
i am in nascent stage on learning FEA….it seems a very interesting fiels…. i hope to learn a gr8 deal from here
Virupakshi Malipatil says
Hi sir , I have too become a FEA person and I’m a beginner with Hypermesh software. Give me a suggestion and guide me.
What’s your background? PLZ send me a direct mail with more details and I’ll try to help as much as I can.
First of all, thanks Cyprien! For sharing your knowledge, experience and opinions about FEA. I’m a Venezuelan mechanical engineer but now I live in Argentina. Due to the situation on my country many professors have left theirs jobs and many of us, young engineers, we didn’t receive almost nothing about FEA however I’m a enthusiastic of FEA and I hope to evolve enough to do a career in FEA.
Shivam Mishra says
Hey Cyprien , I am an undergraduate student from India and has started learning fea from last 8 months, it is very interesting and exciting field and I really want to grow as a fea engineer. I am regularly following ur blog ‘fea for all’ and it is very helpful and interesting. Thanks alot for all of that.
I also feel that FEA is one of the best thing a engineer can do.
Thank you very much Shivam! I wish you a lot of fun with FEA in 2018 ;-)
Starting a business that involves CFD is one of my dreams. It’s about a couple of months that I’ve started CFX. I don’t even know how to start working in this area. What are the best ways to master that?
That’s a great question you are asking here D!
Unfortunately, the answer is not so straightforward…
Here’s what I would recommend you to try:
– Start by modeling simple CFD cases with the software to try to get the theoretical answer right
– Once you have some command over the software (pre/post, solver…), try to learn in depth about FEA foundations
– Complete by getting deeper and deeper into the topics you want in CFD to learn more and more
Remember: To become really good at something, first you have to start somewhere and complement your knowledge step by step until you understand more and more… I call that knowledge refinement ;-)
If you stop before even trying because you feel “It’s too big”, then that’s game over…