Naval architect, Finite Element Analysis

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by koanda, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. koanda
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    koanda Junior Member

    Let me share with you my last job. I would appreciate advice. I have the ability to analyze any kind of structure (composite, steel, alluminium, wood...), this is designed in composites and structurally analyzed using finite elements.

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    I am looking for work and my country, Spain, and finding none. I decided to go abroad, which country is the most appropriate?

    Thanks for yours opinions
     
  2. koanda
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    koanda Junior Member

    successful post
     
  3. marknav
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    marknav New Member

    which software do you use for FEA?
     
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