Overview

ANSYS is a Computer aided Engineering Design and Simulation tool headquartered in south of Pittsburgh in Cecil Township, Pennsylvania, United States and was established in 1970.  Ansys is used to simulate interactions of all disciplines of physics, structural, vibration, fluid dynamics, heat transfer and electromagnetic  for engineers, scientists and physicists.

ANSYS Workbench environment is an intuitive up-front finite element analysis tool that is used in conjunction with CAD systems and/or Design Modeler.  ANSYS   Workbench   is a software environment   for  performing structural, thermal, and electromagnetic analyses. The class focuses on geometry creation and optimization, attaching existing geometry, setting up the finite element model, solving, and reviewing results. The class will describe how to use the code as well as basic finite element simulation concepts and results interpretation.

Banch (FEA) ANSYS Work

  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. MECHANICAL BASICS
  3. GENERAL PRE PROCESSING
  4. MESHING IN MECHANICAL
  5. STATIC   STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
  6. REMOTE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
  7. VIBRATION ANALYSIS
  8. MODELING CONNECTIONS
  9. MULTISTEP ANALYSIS
  10. MULTISTEP ANALYSIS

ANSYS CFD

  1. ANSYS DESIGN MODELER
  2. ANSYS CFD MESHING
  3. CFD SOLVER
  4. POST   PROCESSING

Duration of Course

  1.      30 Hours Theory
  2.      30 Hours Practical
  3.      30 Hours Project work
Technical Features
ANSYS Work Banch (FEA)
  • Introduction and need of FEA
  • Use and Selection of 1D, 2D and 3D Elements
  • Types of Analyses and Advantages of FEA
  • ANSYS Mechanical Overview
  • The Mechanical Interface
  • Workbench Environment and Tool Box
  • Analysis Procedure: Pre Proc- essing, Meshing and Post Processing
  • The Mechanical Application Wizard
  • Scoping Loads and Supports
  • The Engineering Data Application
  • Importing and generating Geometry
  • Applying Contacts, Loads and Constraints
  • Types of Meshing
  • Meshing Controls and Editing tools
  • Meshing Troubleshooting
  • Basic of Linear Static Analysis
  • Analysis Settings
  • Loads and Supports
  • Selecting Solvers and Solving Models
  • Results and Post Processing
  • Defining Boundary conditions & Controls
  • Pin bal l& Behavior Controls
  • Using Constraint Equations
  • Solving Constraint Equations with Example
  • Basics of Vibration
  • Constructing Geometry
  • Applying Contacts & Supports
  • Modal Analyses & Interpretation
  • Solving Pre-Stress Vibration
  • Understanding Contacts and Controls
  • Defining joints, Joints Stocks & Locks
  • Mesh Connecti
  • Spot welds, Springs & Beams
  • Multistep Analysis Setups & Controls
  • Applying Multistep Loads
  • Solving Multistep & Post- Processing
  • Basics of Heat Transfer
  • Defining Geometry & Material Properties
  • Apply Contacts & Boundary Condition
  • Select Solvers & Solving Option Results & Post-Processing
ANSYS CFD
  • Introduction to CFD
  • Understanding CFD GUI Interface
  • Working With Sketching & 3D Geometry
  • Advance 3D Geometry & Parametric Modeling
  • Introduction to Meshing
  • Understanding Meshing Methods & Controls
  • Advance Meshing Tools
  • Surface, Tetra Meshing & Hex- sweep Tools
  • Multi zone Meshing &
  • Understanding Mesh quality
  • Understanding Mesh quality
  • Introduction to CFD Solvers
  • Applying Boundary Condition& Solver Setting
  • Turbulence Models& Iterative Convergence
  • Solutions Controls & Steering Methods
  • Solving Heat Transfer Problems
  • Interpreting Results
  • Contour & Vector Plots
  • Pressure, Velocity Streamlines
  • Simulation of Results & Animation

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