**OS-T: 1000 Linear Static Analysis of a Plate with a Hole**

This tutorial demonstrates the creation of finite elements on a given CAD geometry of a plate with a hole. Further, application of boundary conditions and a finite element analysis of the problem are explained. Post-processing tools are used in HyperView to determine deformation and stress characteristics of the loaded plate.**OS-T: 1010 Thermal Stress Analysis of a Coffee Pot Lid**

In this tutorial, an existing finite element model of a plastic coffee pot lid demonstrates how to apply constraints and perform an OptiStruct finite element analysis. HyperView post-processing tools are used to determine deformation and stress characteristics of the lid.**OS-T: 1020 Normal Modes Analysis of a Splash Shield**

In this tutorial, an existing finite element model of an automotive splash shield is used to demonstrate how to set up and perform a normal modes analysis. HyperView post-processing tools are used to determine mode shapes of the model.**OS-T: 1030 3D Inertia Relief Analysis**

An existing finite element model is used in this tutorial to demonstrate how HyperMesh may be used to set-up an inertia relief analysis. The analysis is then performed using OptiStruct and post-processed in HyperView.**OS-T: 1040 3D Buckling Analysis**

In this tutorial the steps required to perform a buckling analysis using OptiStruct are covered.**OS-T: 1050 Connection of Dissimilar Meshes using CWELD Elements**

In this tutorial, an existing finite element model of a simple cantilever beam is used to demonstrate how to connect dissimilar meshes using CWELD elements.**OS-T: 1060 Analysis of a Composite Aircraft Structure using PCOMPG**

This tutorial takes you through the process of developing a ply lay-up definition for a composite structure using a PCOMPG card, and shows the advantages of post-processing the results with global ply numbers. The traditional definition method, using PCOMP, is introduced first here to ultimately show the practical advantages of using PCOMPG for the given scenario.**OS-T: 1070 Analysis of an Axi-symmetric Structure**

In this tutorial the method of modeling an axi-symmetry problem in OptiStruct is covered.**OS-T: 1080 Coupled Linear Heat Transfer/Structure Analysis**

A coupled heat transfer/structure analysis on a steel pipe is performed in this tutorial.**OS-T: 1085 Linear Steady-state Heat Convection Analysis**

This tutorial performs a heat transfer analysis on a steel pipe.**OS-T: 1090: Linear Transient Heat Transfer Analysis of an Extended Surface Heat Transfer Fin**

This tutorial outlines the procedure to perform a linear transient heat transfer analysis on a steel extended-surface heat transfer fin attached to the outer surface of a system generating heat flux (Example: IC engine). The extended surface heat transfer fin analyzed in this tutorial is one of many from an array of such fins connected to the system.**OS-T: 1100 Thermal Stress Analysis of a Printed Circuit Board with Anisotropic Material Properties**

Printed Circuit Boards (PCB's) are used in electronic components to both mechanically support and provide electrical connections between components. Construction involves etching a thin copper layer that has been deposited onto a non-conductive, glass-fiber/epoxy composite substrate. Electrical components are then mounted to the board and connected to the copper traces with electrical solder.**OS-T: 1110 Modal Analysis Setup**

In this tutorial, you continue to gain an understanding of the basic concepts for creating a OptiStruct input file. More specifically, learn how to set up a model for modal analysis, specify solver specific controls and also submit an input file to the solver from HyperMesh.