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Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench

This is a 3 month introductory course to structural analysis using the tool ANSYS

8 weeks long course | 100% Online

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Syllabus

This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

  • This course will provide knowledge about the strength of the material and the finite element method with its application in Industries using CAE-FEA tool Ansys Workbench. 
  • This program is based on the theme of practical implementation of theoretical knowledge on the CAE-FEA tool using industrial application problems as examples. 
  • In this course you will learn about the basics of FEA, Ansys workbench, setting up the simulation for static structural, transient structural, and explicit dynamics analysis systems.
  • In-depth information on Ansys analysis systems, mesh settings, and contact settings will also be covered in this course.

Course Syllabus

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Week 1 - Understanding the Basics of FEA

  • This section gives an overview of FEA, 
    • The different solving techniques available
    • The Meaning of Finite Element Analysis
    • An Introduction to Nodes and Elements
    • The need for meshing and different types of meshing

Week 2 - Introduction to ANSYS Workbench

  • Workbench is an industry-leading software from ANSYS that houses multiple analyses under one roof. 
    • Getting to know the basic GUI of ANSYS
    • An Overview of the different analysis systems available in ANSYS Workbench
    • An Overview of the different component systems in ANSYS
    • Creating and saving your first project

Week 3 - Introduction to Engineering Data

  • ANSYS Workbench has its own library of engineering materials with their corresponding material properties built in. Therefore, we will work to look into various options available under engineering data. These include:
    • Going through various material libraries provided by ANSYS
    • Understanding where and when to use particular materials
    • Creation of new material
    • Including a material for examination

Week 4 - Introduction to ANSYS SpaceClaim

  • ANSYS SpaceClaim is an inbuilt design tool with an enhanced GUI and accessibility. It provides varying options to the user for creating simple extrusion, sweep, and extrude cuts. 
  • You will learn:
    • Creation of simple geometry in SpaceClaim
    • Adding and removing material using SpaceClaim
    • Merging component faces using SpaceClaim

Week 5 - Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical Modeller

  • ANSYS mechanical modeller is where we are going to set up the model for the problem we are going to solve. This modeller is common in all of the analysis systems provided by ANSYS. A point to note is that the options inside this mechanical modeller vary between the analysis systems. 
  • We will look into it.
    • Importing and assigning material to the geometry
    • The meshing of the components
    • Creating local coordinate systems for the model
    • Defining contacts and joints in the model, if any exist.

Week 6 - Introduction to Static Structural Analysis

  • Static structural analysis is the first analysis system we will be studying in-depth. Static structural analysis is used in cases where the load acting on the body is very slow, not varying with time and not considering inertia effects. So we will look into it.
    • Setting up and running a simple spur gear model
    • Performing mesh convergence for a bevel gear model
    • Determining the effect of a sheet on a die and punch system
    • Performing the bending of wires
    • Simulating a three-point bending for an iPhone and determining its life and factor of safety for various components involved

Week 7 - Introduction to Transient Structural Analysis

  • Transient structural analysis is the next step in structural analysis. Transient analysis is indeed used in cases where the input conditions vary with time. Here the inertial effects are also considered. So we will be looking into,
    • Determining the frictional effects in a slider-crank mechanism
    • Effects of friction in a piston cam setup
    • The movement of a worm gear from one end to the other of a large gear.
    • Material suitability for a universal joint model.

Week 8 - Introduction to Explicit Dynamics Analysis

  • Explicit dynamics is the third part of the study in this course. Explicit dynamics is applied in cases where high energy generation and acceleration are involved, i.e., high energy generated at a very small instant of time. ANSYS uses Autodyn software to solve explicit analysis. Here we will be looking at
    • Performing tension and torsion tests on a given specimen
    • Determining the effect of thickness on a car's body
    • Capturing the effect of a bullet striking a bucket
    • Effect of velocity on a workpiece in a planar machine

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Industry Projects

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 1 Projects that are available in this program.

Independent Research Project

In this project, the students have to come up with a problem statement. They should solve the same and present it.

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Become a certified simulation engineer with our Introduction to Structural Analysis using the ANSYS Workbench course.

The Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench is an 8-week online course. This ANSYS Workbench course covers the basics of FEA and will teach you how to use ANSYS Workbench for performing various structural analyses and design analyses. This course will teach you how to implement your theoretical knowledge of FEA to solve industrial problems.

Skill-Lync is a leading e-learning engineering platform that has specially designed Introduction to Structural Analysis using the ANSYS Workbench course to cater to the industry’s growing demands. The fee for this ANSYS online course is flexible, and it ranges from INR 7,000 to INR 15,000 per month for three months. You can choose a plan that would suit your requirements.

Who Should Take This Course?

Students interested in designing and analysis can pursue this Introduction to Structural Analysis using the ANSYS Workbench course. Industry experts designed this ANSYS course for students and graduates from mechanical and related engineering streams.

If you have a keen interest in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Strength of Materials (SOM). Professionals who want to upskill themselves for career growth can also pursue this ANSYS Workbench course.

What Will You Learn?

This course will teach you industry-relevant concepts and tools used in top OEMs. Through this ANSYS online course, you will learn the following,

  • You will learn different solving techniques in FEA and different types of meshing.
  • You will learn about the basics of the GUI of ANSYS Workbench.
  • You will learn how to create a model using the local coordinate axis in ANSYS and define the contacts and joints of the model.
  • You learn different types of structural analysis - Static Structural Analysis, Transient Structural Analysis and Explicit Dynamics Analysis.
  • You will understand when to use the appropriate structural analysis methods based on load conditions.

Skills You Will Gain

  • You will be proficient in running simulation tests of various components.
  • Working on industry-relevant projects will help you gain industry-relevant skills.
  • You will gain hands-on experience in a key technology tool, ANSYS Workbench.

Key Highlights of the Program

  • This is a 12-week course.
  • Besides the course completion certificate for all participants, the top 5% of learners get a merit certificate.
  • You will get email support and forum support to clear your queries and doubts.
  • Real-time industry-relevant projects will make your learning purposeful.

Career Opportunities after Taking the Course

After completing the Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench course, several career opportunities will open up for you. Some positions that you can work for include,

  • ANSYS Simulation Engineer
  • FEA Engineer
  • Structural Analysis Engineer

FAQs on Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench

  1. Who can take up this ANSYS online course?

Students and graduates of mechanical engineering and related engineering streams can take up the Introduction to Structural Analysis using the ANSYS Workbench course. If your area of interest lies in designing and analysis, you can pursue this ANSYS Workbench course.

  1. Is this ANSYS course an online program?

Yes, the Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench is a 100% online course.

  1. What is the duration of the Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench?

This structural analysis and design course is an 8-week course covering all the basic concepts of FEA and different types of structural analysis.

  1. What are the plans available for this ANSYS online course?

The fee structure is flexible, and you can choose a plan that suits you. The basic plan would give you two months of access, the pro plan would give you four months of access, and the premium plan would provide you with lifetime access.

  1. How much can a Structural Analysis Engineer earn?

According to AmbitionBox, the average salary of a Structural Engineer is ₹4.3 lakhs per annum. However, it primarily depends on your experience and expertise.

  1. Is there any certificate for completing this ANSYS Workbench course?

Yes, After completing this Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench course, you shall be given a course completion certificate. The top 5% of the scorers will be given a merit certificate alongside the course completion certificate.

  1. How can I clear my queries if got a doubt while pursuing this ANSYS online course?

You can clear your queries with email and forum support.

  1. Who has designed this structural analysis and design course?

Industry experts in this domain have designed Introduction to Structural Analysis using the ANSYS Workbench course to make this course industry-relevant.

  1. Do I need to work on projects for completing this ANSYS online course?

Yes, You have to work on projects for completing the Introduction to Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench.

 

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1 industry expert

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6 years in the experience range

Instructors with 6 years extensive industry experience.

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Areas of expertise

  • FEA

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