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AnSYS – Advanced

System Perspective

OS Platform Windows 7 (Service Pack 1) or higher versions of windows.
Physical Memory 2 GB RAM (minimum)
Disk Space for Installation 5 GB free disk space
Resolution 1280×1024 pixels (DEDICATED VIDEO MEMORY IS REQUIRED for Better performance)
AnSYS Software

AnSYS 19.1

Student's Perspective

  • Concepts of 2D and 3D drawing.
  • Enthusiastic for converting one’s imagination in real time 3D model.
  • Theoretical FEA and FEM knowledge will be added advantage.

Course Content

Introduction: Using ANSYS Mechanical software solutions, you can import geometries of complex assemblies, optimally mesh them, and apply realistic boundary conditions. Following these preprocessing steps, you can perform analyses to assess the strength, vibration, motion and thermal response characteristics of the system. A variety of graphical tools allow you to easily visualize the results of your simulation, showing you how best to modify your design and optimize your product so you can get it to market quickly.

Course Description

  • CAD interoperability
  • Defining parameters
  • Project 9.1
  • What is nonlinear behavior?
  • Types of non-linearities
  • Nonlinear solution using linear solvers
  • General nonlinear issues
  • Building a nonlinear model
  • Analysis settings
  • Post processing nonlinear results
  • Project 2A & 2B
  • Definition
  • Formulations
  • Stiffness & penetration
  • Project 3A
  • Pinball
  • Symmetric vs. Asymmetric
  • Post processing contact results
  • Project 3B
  • Body types in contact
  • Auto contact detection options
  • Interface treatments
  • Initial contact conditions
  • Project 4A
  • Time step controls
  • Friction
  • Project 4B
  • Overview
  • Yield Criteria
  • Hardening Rules
  • Material Data Input
  • Project 5a & 5b
  • Background on elastomers
  • Background on hyper elasticity
  • Curve fitting
  • Project 6A
  • Solution information
  • Monitoring the solution
  • Newton-Raphson residuals
  • Example cases
  • Tips on solving the model
  • Project 7A & 7B
  • Definition & purpose
  • Types of dynamics analysis
  • Basic Components & Terminology
  • Damping
  • Project 1
  • Definition & purpose
  • Terminology & concepts
  • Procedure
  • Project 2A & 2B
  • Definition & purpose
  • Terminology & concepts
  • Procedure
  • Project 5
  • Definition & purpose
  • Response calculations
  • Mode combination
  • Procedure
  • Project 4
  • Definition & purpose
  • Power spectral density
  • Workbench capabilities
  • Procedure
  • Project 5
  • Introduction
  • Preliminary modal analysis
  • Including nonlinearities
  • Part specification & meshing
  • Nonlinear materials
  • Contact: joints & springs
  • Initial conditions
  • Loads, supports, joint conditions
  • Damping
  • Analysis settings
  • Reviewing results
  • Project 6
  • Symbols & conventions
  • Heat transfer basics
  • Characteristics of FEA thermal solution
  • Boundary conditions
  • Thermal structural comparisons
  • Project1
  • Workbench review
  • Engineering Data
  • Pre processing in mechanical
  • Thermal boundary conditions
  • Function boundary conditions
  • Solution setup
  • Project 2
  • Steady state theory
  • Geometry types
  • Thermal elements
  • Model setup
  • Steady state example
  • Multiple step solutions
  • Project 3
  • Nonlinear theory
  • Nonlinear solution setup
  • Solution feedback
  • Project 4
  • Transient theory
  • Time stepping
  • Transient loading
  • Transient post processing
  • Project 5
  • Introduction
  • Analysis decisions
  • Types of results
  • Project

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of the Course, the student will be able to describe the functional capabilities and general usage of:

  • Theoretical Background
  • ANSYS Optimization Interface
  • Concept Design

Advantages

  • Innovative, reliable and high-quality products and processes
  • Faster ROI, due to fewer physical prototypes and test setups
  • A more flexible and responsive information-based development process, enabling modifications of design at later stages
  • A seamless working exchange of data, regardless of location, industry, CAD environment, etc.

Additional Benefit: Hands on Experience and demo includes industry based real time problems.