ANSYS

Overview

ANSYS course offers a suite of engineering simulation software training program to make students create Computer-aided designs of products and virtually analyze how their products work in real life and helps to quickly and accurately complete the project before the projected timeframe.

Course Objective

The primary objective of ANSYS courses is to master various capabilities of engineering simulation using ANSYS and learn to validate the performance of product of all manufacturing sectors including automotive, power electronic products, electromagnetic devices, structural aspects of a building, perform fluid flow analysis.

Pre-requisite

The courses are open to all engineering students who are interested in learning simulation and analysis

What’s in it for me?

Our courses will make you an expert in using latest simulation technologies to validate the performance of products of all manufacturing sectors and help you to gain a competitive edge over your counterparts.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Introduction to CAE
    • • Introduction to CAE
    • • General working of FEA
    • • Stiffness matrix
    • • Boundary conditions
    • • Elements and Element Shapes
Section 2: General procedure to conduct FEA
    • • General procedure to conduct FEA
    • • FEA software
    • • Key Assumptions in FEA
    • • Types of Engineering Analysis
    • • Important terms and definitions
    • • Classification of materials
Section 3: Introduction to ANSYS Workbench
    • • System requirements
    • • Starting ANSYS Workbench 16.2
    • • ANSYS Workbench 16.2 GUI
    • • Working on a Project
    • • Units in ANSYS Workbench
    • • ANSYS Workbench Database and File format
    • • Changing the unit system
    • • Components of the system
    • • Introduction to DesignModeler Window
Section 4: Solid Modeling Fundamentals
    • • Overview
    • • Introduction
    • • Extrusion
    • • Revolution
    • • Sweep
    • • Sketching
Section 5: Placed Features and Assembly
    • • Overview
    • • Introduction
    • • adding a hole
    • • Adding a round
    • • adding a chamfer
    • • Patterns
Section 6: Assembly
    • • Assembly
    • • Alternate solid modeler
Section 7: Modeling Techniques
    • • Overview
    • • Introduction
    • • Parameters
    • • Other cad systems
    • • Surface and Line models
Section 8: Defining Material Properties
    • • Introduction to Engineering Workspace
    • • Creating and Adding Materials
    • • Assigning Material to the Beam
    • • Assigning Material to the Clamp
    • • Assigning Material to the Assembly
Section 9: Meshing
    • • Introduction
    • • Meshing of Plate with Holes
Section 10: Generating the Mesh
    • • Generating the mesh
    • • Optimize the model
    • • Generating the local mesh (illustration through three examples)
    • • Assembly Meshing
Section 11: Static Structural Analysis
    • • Pre‐processing
    • • Solution
    • • Post‐processing
    • • Static Structural Analysis of: Cantilever Beam
    • • Plate with a central circular holes Plate with a square slot
Section 12: Vessel
    • • Pressure Vessel
    • • Bracket
    • • Clevis Assembly
Section 13: Vessel
    • • Overview
    • • Introduction
    • • Static loadings‐ductile materials
    • • Static loadings‐Brittle materials
    • • Fatigue loading‐ductile material
Section 14: Surface and Line Model
    • • Overview
    • • Introduction
    • • Sheet with circular hole‐plane stress
    • • Pressure vessel
    • • Bracket
    • • Line body model
Section 15: Natural Frequencies
    • • Overview
    • • Introduction
    • • Performing the Modal analysis
    • • Specifying analysis settings
    • • Modal analysis: Cantilever beam simply supported beam Chime
Section 16: Connecting Rod
    • • Connecting rod
    • • Motor Cover
    • • Assembly
Section 17: Buckling Loads
    • • Introduction
    • • Buckling analysis of:
    • • Fixed free column (flagpole)
    • • Pinned pinned column
    • • Built‐up structure
Section 18: Thermal Analysis
    • • Introduction
    • • Important terms used in thermal analysis
    • • Types of thermal analysis
    • • Steady state thermal analysis of :
Section 19: Rotor
    • • Car Disk Brake Rotor
    • • Heat Sink
    • • Transient Thermal Analysis of Piston
Section 20: Thermal Stress
    • • Introduction
    • • Thermal stress niform temperature change
    • • Thermal stress in a cylinder
  • Duration: 80 Hours
  • Certificates: Yes
  • Section: 20