Ansys

Course Description:
ANSYS, a product of ANSYS Inc., is a world�s leading, widely distributed, and popular commercial CAE package. It is widely used by designers/analysts in industries such as aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, nuclear, electronics, biomedical, and many more. ANSYS provides simulation solutions that enable designers to simulate design performance directly on the desktop. This course divided into three different modules.
 
INTRODUCTION TO FEA AND ANSYS

Introduction to FEA
General Working of FEA
Nodes, Elements, and Element Shapes
General Procedure of Conducting Finite Element Analysis
FEA through ANSYS
Effective Utilization of FEA
FEA Software
Advantages and Limitations of FEA Software
Key Assumptions in FEA
Assumptions Related to Geometry
Assumptions Related to Material Properties
Assumptions Related to Boundary Conditions
Assumptions Related to Fasteners
Types of Analysis
Structural Analysis
Thermal Analysis
Fluid Flow Analysis
Electromagnetic Field Analysis
Coupled Field Analysis
Important Terms and Definitions
Engineering Materials
Introduction to ANSYS
System Requirements
Getting Started with ANSYS
Interactive Mode
Batch Mode
Starting a New File Using the ANSYS Product Launcher window
ANSYS 15.0 Output Window
ANSYS Multiphysics Utility Menu Window (ANSYS Session)
Utility Menu
Setting the Analysis Preferences
Units in ANSYS
Other Important Terms Related to ANSYS
Dialog Boxes
Graphics Display
Using Mouse Buttons for Picking
ANSYS Database and Files
Saving the File
Resuming the File
Clearing the Database
Some Basic Steps in General Analysis Procedure
Points to Remember while Performing an Analysis
ANSYS Help
Exiting ANSYS
BASIC SOLID MODELING

Solid Modeling in ANSYS
Solid Modeling and Direct Generation
Solid Modeling Methods
Bottom-up Construction
Top-down Construction
Considerations before Creating a Model for Analysis
Details Required
Symmetry
Creating Geometric Entities
Creating and Modifying Workplanes
Display Working Plane
WP Settings
Coordinate Systems in ANSYS
ADVANCED SOLID MODELING

Advanced Solid Modeling
Creating Volumes
Creating Complex Solid Models by Performing Boolean Operations
Modifying the Solid Model
Deleting Solid Model Entities
Importing Solid Models
Importing the IGES File
FINITE ELEMENT MODELING (FEM) - I

An Overview of the Finite Element Modeling
Element Attributes
Element Types
Reasons Why ANSYS has a Large Element Library
Real Constants
Material Properties
Multiple Attributes
Assigning Multiple Attributes before Meshing
Assigning Default Attributes before Meshing
Modifying Attributes after Meshing
Verifying Assigned Attributes
Element Attributes Table
FINITE ELEMENT MODELING (FEM) - II)

Mesh Generation
Mesh Density
Meshing the Solid Model
Setting Element Attributes
Defining the Mesh Density
Defining the Entity to be Meshed
Defining the Meshing Type
Meshing the Model
Refining the Mesh Locally
Extruding the Mesh
Transitional Pyramid Elements
Requirements for Creating Pyramid Elements
Creating Transitional Pyramid Elements (Hex-to-Tet Meshing)
Converting Degenerate Tetrahedral (20 nodes) Elements into
Non-degenerate (10 nodes) Tetrahedral Elements
Plotting Pyramid Elements
Meshing the Beam With Orientation Nodes
Creating the Beam Mesh with Orientation Nodes
Creating the Beam Mesh with Two Orientation Nodes
Improving the Tetrahedral Element Meshes
Improving Tetrahedral Meshed Volumes by Using Volumes
Improving Tetrahedral Meshed Volumes by Using Detached Elements
Some Additional Tips while Meshing the Model
Applying Loads
The Nodal Coordinate System
Loads in Different Disciplines
Types of Loads in ANSYS
Load Steps, Substeps, and Time
Applying Loads
Deleting Loads
Deleting DOF Constraints 5
Deleting all Loads and Load Step Options
Deleting all Loads Applied on Solid Model
Deleting all Loads Applied on Finite Element Model
SOLUTION AND POSTPROCESSOR

Solution
Defining the New Analysis Type
Restarting the Analysis
Setting Solution Controls
Setting Analysis Options
Solving the Analysis Problem
Postprocessing the Result
POST1 (General Postprocessor)
POST26 (Time-history Postprocessor)
Result Coordinate System (RSYS)
Displaying the Deformed Shape of the Model
Displaying the Minimum and Maximum Stresses
Listing Reaction Forces
Listing Stress Values at each Node
Query Picking
Path Operations
Load Case Combinations
Results Viewer
ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (DYNAMIC AND NONLINEAR)

Advanced Structural Analysis
Dynamic Analysis
Performing the Modal Analysis
Specifying the Analysis Type, Analysis Options, and Applying Loads
Obtaining the Solution
Reviewing Results
Performing the Harmonic Analysis
Specifying the Analysis Type, Analysis Options, and Applying Loads
Obtaining the Solution
Reviewing Results
Performing the Transient Analysis
Specifying the Analysis Type, Analysis Options, and Applying Loads
Obtaining the Solution
Reviewing Results
Nonlinear Analysis
Geometric Nonlinearity
Material Nonlinearity
Boundary Nonlinearity (Changing Status)
Performing the Nonlinear Analysis
Specifying the Analysis Type, Setting Solution Controls, and Applying Loads
Obtaining the Solution
Reviewing Results
ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-II

THERMAL ANALYSIS
Thermal Analysis
Important Terms Used in Thermal Analysis
Heat Transfer Modes
Thermal Gradient
Thermal Flux
Bulk Temperature
Film Coefficient
Emissivity
Stefan�Boltzmann Constant
Thermal Conductivity
Specific Heat
Types of Thermal Analysis
Steady-State Thermal Analysis
Transient Thermal Analysis
Performing Steady-State Thermal Analysis
Setting the Analysis Preference
Creating or Importing a Solid Model
Defining Element Attributes
Meshing the Solid Model
Specifying the Analysis Type, Analysis Options, and Applying Loads
Solving the Analysis Problem
Postprocessing Results
Performing Transient Thermal Analysis
Specifying the Analysis Type and Setting Solution Controls
Postprocessing Results
GENERATING THE REPORT OF ANALYSIS

ANSYS Report Generator
Starting the ANSYS Report Generator
Capturing Images for the Report
Capturing Animations for the Report
Capturing Data Tables for the Report
Capturing Lists for the Report
Compiling the Report
Changing the Default Settings of the ANSYS Report Generator
Error Estimation in Solution
Percentage Error in Energy Norm (SEPC)
Element Energy Error (SERR)
Element Stress Deviations (SDSG)
Maximum and Minimum Stress Bounds (SMXB and SMNB)



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