ANSYS

ANSYS

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ANSYS

Course Name – ANSYS
Schedule of course Duration-Full time & Regular
Weekend – Weekend Duration-4 Sunday[6Hrs Per Day]
Regular – One Month [2hrs per day]

Courses Overview:-

CATIA v5 is an Integrated Computer Aided Engineering tool which Incorporates CAD, CAM, CAE, and other applications .It is Completely re-written since CATIA v4 and still under development CATIA v5 is a native Windows application, User friendly icon based graphical user interface Based on Variation / Parametric technology, Encourages design flexibility and design reuse and Supports Knowledge Based Design The philosophy of CATIA is define as

A Flexible Modeling environment
◦ Ability to easily modify models, and implement design changes
◦ Support for data sharing, and data reuse
Knowledge enabled

◦ Capture of design constraints, and design intent as well as final model geometry
◦ Management of non-geometric as well as geometric design information The 3D Part is the Master Model
◦ Drawings, Assemblies and Analyses are associative to the 3D parts. If the part design changes, the downstream models with change too.

Courses Outline :-

Chapter 1 :Before you start using Ansys –
a. Introduction to the Finite Element Method
b. What is the Finite Element Method?
c. History
d. General Steps of the Finite Element Method
e. Explanation of 1D, 2D and 3D Elements with examples of ANSYS Elements
f. Need of FEM g. Enlisting different FEM methods and detailed explanation of any one
h. Derivation of stiffness matrix equation
i. Types of analysis that can be done using ANSYS
j. Advantages of the Finite Element Method
k. Limitations of FEA
l. About ANSYS Inc.
m. ANSYS Family of products with their capabilities
n. Types of analysis that can be done with ANSYS.
o. Introduction to the Ansys GUI
p. Operation Modes of Ansys
q. Product Launcher
r. Launcher Tasks
s. Use Custom Memory Settings
t. Launcher Menu Options
u. The ANSYS GUI
v. The Icon Toolbar Menu
w. Quitting Ansys

Chapter 2 :Selection Logic 2
a. Plotting
b. Pan-Zoom-Rotate
c. Picking
d. Coordinate Systems
e. Select Logic

Chapter 3 :Solid Modeling

a. An Overview of Solid Modeling Operations
b. Working with Boolean operations
c. Working Plane
d. Importing of 3D models

Chapter 4 :Meshing
a. Free meshing or Mapped meshing
b. Setting Element Attributes
c. Selecting Element Type
d. Shape Function
e. Defining Element Types
f. Real Constants
g. Defining Section Properties
h. Assigning Element Attributes before meshing
i. Mesh Controls
j. The ANSYS MeshTool
k. Smartsizing
l. Meshing
m. Free Meshing
n. Mapped Meshing
o. Hybrid meshing
p. Mesh Extrusion
q. Volume Sweeping

Chapter 5 :Material Properties
a. Material Library
b. Specifying properties 3
Chapter 6 :Boundary Conditions
a. Types of Loads
b. Applying loads

Chapter 7 :Solvers
a. Types of Solvers
b. Solver Setup
c. Load Step Options
d. Solving Multiple Load Steps

Chapter 8 :Post-processing
a. Contour Plot Viewing
b. Path Operations
c. Estimating Solution Error
d. Time History Postprocessor (POST26)
e. Report Generator

Chapter 9 :Introduction to Non-Linear Analysis
Chapter 10&nbsSample Structural Analysis

a. Workshop

Chapter 11 :Sample Thermal Analysis

a. Workshop

Chapter 12 :Sample Modal Analysis

a. Workshop

Chapter 13 :ANSYS Workbench

b. Introduction to APDL
c. Using Parameters
d. Using the Start File
e. Using the Session Editor
f. Using Input Files

Chapter 14 :Sample Modal Analysis
a. Introduction to ANSYS Workbench
b. Graphical User Interface
c. Static Structural Analysis
d. Modal Analysis
e. Thermal Analysis
f. Contact Recognition

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