New! Basics of Finite Element Analysis Online Course

New! Basics of Finite Element Analysis Online Course

i GET IT has just released a new Basics of FEA (Finite Element Analysis) course for subscribers.  The course has 2 hours of video-based instructional lessons to teach engineers an understanding of FEA and is a valuable part of our skills offering.  All i GET IT
Professional Subscribers will have access to this course.

If you would like to find out more about this course, follow this link: https://www.myigetit.com/Library/Topics/1036?name=Finite_Element_Analysis

 

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Brad joined Tata Technologies in 2006 and is located in Denver, Colorado.He currently manages the development and delivery of the i PRODUCTS product line which is owned by Tata Technologies.i PRODUCTS consists of the i GET IT online training solution for MCAD/PLM, i CHECK IT design quality checking software, i COMPARE IT part-to-model validation software and other various tools.Brad regularly submits blog articles on the latest online courses and product releases.In his spare time, Brad enjoys spending time in the outdoors by running, playing golf, hiking and camping as well as spending time exploring various new product development concepts.

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Brad Engholt

Product Manager, iProducts at Tata Technologies
Brad joined Tata Technologies in 2006 and is located in Denver, Colorado.He currently manages the development and delivery of the i PRODUCTS product line which is owned by Tata Technologies.i PRODUCTS consists of the i GET IT online training solution for MCAD/PLM, i CHECK IT design quality checking software, i COMPARE IT part-to-model validation software and other various tools.Brad regularly submits blog articles on the latest online courses and product releases.In his spare time, Brad enjoys spending time in the outdoors by running, playing golf, hiking and camping as well as spending time exploring various new product development concepts.