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Introduction to Structural Analysis with ANSYS Mechanical

CODE FS23
  • Training Time 2 Day
  • Training Level BasicMediumAdvanced
  • Who Should AttendEngineers, Designers, Academicians, Students
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This course lets you make use of ANSYS Mechanical which provides solutions for many types of analyses including structural, thermal, modal, linear buckling and shape optimization studies. It can be used to verify product performance and integrity from the concept phase through the various product design and development phases. The use of ANSYS Mechanical accelerates product development by providing rapid feedback on multiple design scenarios, which reduces the need for multiple prototypes and product testing iterations.This training course teaches students how to effectively use ANSYS Mechanical;

  • to build a mechanical simulation model
  • to analyze it
  • to interpret the results

TRAINING CONTENT

Session 1Introduction to ANSYS Workbench
Session 2Mechanical Basics
Session 3General PreProcessing
Session 4Meshing in Mechanical
Session 5Modeling Connections
Session 6Remote Boundary Conditions and Constraint Equations
Session 7Static Structural Analysis
Session 8Modal Analysis
Session 9Thermal Analysis
Session 10Multistep Analysis
Session 11Results and PostProcessing
Session 12CAD and Parameters
Session Appendix AEigenvalue Buckling Analysis
Session Appendix BSubmodeling Technique

Session 1: Introduction to ANSYS Workbench
Session 2: Mechanical Basics
Session 3: General PreProcessing
Session 4: Meshing in Mechanical
Session 5: Modeling Connections
Session 6: Remote Boundary Conditions and Constraint Equations
Session 7: Static Structural Analysis
Session 8: Modal Analysis
Session 9: Thermal Analysis
Session 10: Multistep Analysis
Session 11: Results and PostProcessing
Session 12: CAD and Parameters
Session Appendix A: Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis
Session Appendix B: Submodeling Technique

REQUIREMENTS

  • A technical education and background in FEA analysis is recommended but an engineering degree is not required.
  • The two-day ANSYS Mechanical course assumes no previous mechanical knowledge, but that users have geometry creation skills(typically from attending our ANSYS DesignModeler/SpaceClaim course).