List of Training Courses

For optimal knowledge transfer, ESI honors the following criteria, underlining the effectiveness of its learning programs.

  • Class sizes are kept small to ensure adequate attention for all attendees.
  • Time is set aside to work on each participant’s particular demands.
  • Participants each have access to a computer.
  • Apply what you learn thanks to practical exercises throughout the course.
  • Receive printed training documentation (manuals, exercises, tutorials, etc ...).

This course will broaden your knowledge about internal processes of SimulationX calculations and typical error scenarios. This knowledge then allows you to systematically pinpoint occurring errors and their origin within the model in order to eventually solve them on your own. The focus lies on understanding and mastering the Tracing feature in SimulationX as the key tool for troubleshooting.
System Modeling
SimulX-A-DMOPT-EN.1
Advanced

This course will introduce you to modeling and analyzing failure modes and reliability studies in SimulationX. You will learn the basics of failure analysis and get a better understanding of modeling and parameterizing failure modes in SimulationX with the integrated HiP-HOPS tool.
System Modeling
SimulX-A-FTA-SFTD-EN
Advanced

We will show you how you can expand SimulationX MBS models by single CAD elements or entire CAD assemblies using the CAD import functionality. Suitable examples will illustrate the import of elastic structures from FE software programs.
System Modeling
SimulX-C-FEM-CADIMP-
Advanced

Several interfaces guarantee a seamless integration of SimulationX and its models into other CAD/CAE environments and process cycles. Learn which interface is most suitable for you and how to use it.
System Modeling
SimulX-B-INT-EN.1
Basic

This course introduces you to the object oriented model description language “Modelica”. You will learn the basics of modeling and simulation through appropriate examples of the Modelica libraries for physical domains. *Modelica is a registered trademark of the Modelica Association. For further information, please refer to www.modelica.org/documents.
System Modeling
SimulX-B-MODEL-EN.1
Basic

This course is an introduction to methods and application of sensitivity analysis and multi-disciplinary optimization. Using the software optiSLang, you will perform sensitivity analyses to understand the behavior of your SimulationX model (e.g. the effect of varying input parameters on the output variables). This additional information will then be used for efficient optimizations. Afterwards you will use these methods to match the results from the model to measured data (model calibration). This course is delivered by our partner Dynardo.
System Modeling
SimulX-C-SA-O-C-EN.1
Advanced

This course gives you a comprehensive insight into SimulationX’ versatile code export capabilities. Through suitable examples, you will learn how to embed SimulationX models in other environments, such as MiL, SiL, HiL or RCP.
System Modeling
SimulX-B-CE-EN.1
Basic

Learn how to quickly simulate and analyze excitation in machinery foundations, combustion engines with elastic crankshafts and cranks, powertrains as well as steady-state phenomena in other domains.
System Modeling
SimulX-A-SSSIM-EN.1
Advanced

Gain a deeper understanding of the motivations, objectives and methodologies of conducting store separation studies
CFD
CFD-FS-A
Advanced

This course’s main focus lies on designing and analyzing controlled drives, test stands and devices, stepper motor drives as well as controlled synchronous and asynchronous motors. The introduction to SimulationX and the Mechanics course form the basis for this seminar.
System Modeling
SimulX-A-M-EN.1
Advanced