Introduction to Structural Analysis using Ansys Workbench - live session (Not to be sold)

Structural Analysis using ANSYS Workbench (Not to be sold)

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A Quick Overview

After going through the course , one will have the conceptual understanding of strength of materials and Finite element analysis with the application of the concepts in the FEA software using tool “ANSYS Workbench” .

Few application of concepts in software:

  • Static Analysis.
  • Contact analysis
  • Vibrational Analysis
  • Impact analysis
  • Drop Test

 

 


COURSE SYLLABUS

1Strength of Material-FEA concerned Topics

  • Introduction
  • Stress-Strain Curves
  • Theories of failure
  • Types of material
  • Mohr Circle

2FEA-Theory

  • What is FEA
  • Theoretical vs Software based analysis
  • Types of Analysis
  • Different terminology

3Ansys- SpaceClaim {SC}

  • Introduction
  • Going through software through examples.
  • SC Vs DM
  • Feature Repair
  • Mid-Surface Extraction
  • Basics Connection

4Ansys-Spaceclaim Ansys-WB: Introduction

  • SC Advance options(creating welds, sharing geometry)
  • WB-Mechanical -introduction
  • WB – Mechanical- Different options

5Ansys Workbench: Preprocessing

  • Mesh: Types of elements
  • Creating Mesh With examples.
  • Industry Relevant Option
  • How to run a model in WB

6Ansys Workbench (WB): Preprocessing

  • Contact
  • Material Data
  • How to apply load

7Structural Analysis:1- Ansys SC & WB

Solving a problem:

  • Featuring Geometry in SC
  • Creating Mesh in WB
  • Assign Material
  • Creating Joints
  • Creating Contacts
  • Applying Load, BC

8Structural Analysis :1-Ansys SC & WB

Solving a problem:

  • Run the job
  • Validate the results
  • Postprocess

9Structural Analysis :2-Ansys SC & WB

Solving a problem:

  • Featuring Geometry in SC
  • Creating Mesh in WB
  • Assign Material
  • Creating Joints
  • Creating Contacts

10Structural Analysis :2-Ansys SC & WB

Solving a problem:

  • Run the job
  • Validate the results
  • Postprocess
  • Report Creation

11Modal Analysis : Ansys SC & WB

Solving a problem:

  • Creating Mesh in WB
  • Assign Material
  • Creating Joints
  • Creating Contacts
  • Run the job
  • Validate 
  • Post-Process

12Frequency Response analysis

  • What is Freq. response analysis
  • Modal vs FRA 
  • An example of FRA using WB

13Transient

  • What is Transient structural analysis.
  • Transient vs Static
  • Problem solving

14Explicit (Impact )Analysis

  • What is Explicit Analysis
  • Material Model
  • Material Non-Linearity
  • Contact
  • Energies

15Impact Analysis

  • Crashing of a Car to a rigid wall
  • Modelling
  • Solving
  • Validating
  • Post processing


WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR ?


  • This course can be opted by all the students who are pursuing B.E. or B Tech. in Mechanical Engineering
  • Professionals working in quality, production and manufacturing domain and looking to move up the ladder in their career
  • This course will provide a deep understanding of the solving process of the implicit and explicit solver. Also, you will gain expertise in settting up any model for performing basic structural simulation and post-processing the results.
  • Freshers looking for opportunities as Mechanical Simulation Engineer, CAE Modeller, CAE Analyst ( With Modelling experience ), Static Equipment Engineer in static structural and R & D domains

SOFTWARE COVERED

ANSYS Workbench

Learn an industry standard solver package to robustly solver mathematical governing equations

 

Note: ANSYS Student version is available in the ANSYS Website for download. Students can use this to complete the course

ANSYS SpaceClaim

Learn an industry standard tool to create and manipulate geometry for finite element analysis.

 

Note: ANSYS Student version is available in the ANSYS Website for download. Students can use this to complete the course


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Frequently Asked Questions

1Who are the instructors and what is the learning process?

Our instructors are industry experts working in Fortune 500 companies. We partner with them to deliver the lectures online. You will be given access to recorded content and assignments each week.

2Are there any prerequisites for this course?

You should be pursuing or have graduated with a B.E/B.Tech in Mechanical or Automotive Engineering.

3What kind of support I can expect? What if I have doubts?

Our support system is amazing!. You can read our reviews on Google to see this. We focus on one-on-one support which no one else does. We will communicate with you through videoconferencing, WhatsApp messages/calls, individual online sessions and also in person. Doubts and queries are addressed by a dedicated support engineer who is assigned to you to walk you through your problem areas and clarify any queries that you may have.


4How is this different from what I learnt in college?

Our courses are crafted after consultation with industry experts. This gives you the opportunity to apply what you have learned only as theory and work on projects that will give you a leg up in your career aspirations - be it an MS admit, a new job or growth within your organization. This course will help you bridge the gap between academia and industry and get you market-ready.

5What advantages will I gain by taking this course?

You will have an edge over your peers by working extensively on industry-relevant projects, practice on tools and software that will set you apart and help you in getting ahead of the competition. Our course will strengthen your portfolio to get better grants and scholarship opportunities for MS Admits, explore options in Research & Development, and land that much-coveted job in top core companies. 

6What is the difference between ANSYS Workbench and HyperMesh?

Both ANSYS Workbench and HyperMesh have pre-processing, solution and post-processing capabilities. The difference is that HyperMesh is a tad more advanced than Workbench from a tool perspective. You will need a rudimentary understanding of what are meshing, load conditions before venturing into HyperMesh. Workbench, on the other hand, will help in easy understanding of these concepts and setting up load cases.

7How much time should I spend each day to complete the course?

A dedicated 1 hour of time is more than enough to understand the concepts, noting the concepts down and performing the challenges.

8I don’t know much about the theory behind solving a problem using a solver, am I required to know that as well?

No, not at all required. If you know the basic theoretical solving of FEA problems then it is more than enough to get started on this course.


9Is the student version of ANSYS enough to complete this course?

Yes, all our simulations will be under the nodes/elements limit only. Hence, the student version is more than enough for completing this course.

10What are the limits in ANSYS Workbench Student Version?

A user cannot have more than 35000 nodes or elements or any one of them. Also, only 50 bodies or 300 faces are allowed.


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