In this project, you will learn how to setup the case for machining with the planar application and how to setup the case for explicit analysis in Ansys workbench. This project focuses on learning the important input definitions required for Explicit analysis system in Ansys workbench, running the simulation and post-processing the results obtained.
In this project, you will work on machining with planar setup and determine the effect of velocity on the work-piece. You will do the following in this project,
You will import the given CAD model into Ansys workbench and fix the CAD if there are any issues
Assign proper materials to the bodies and generate mesh to the work-piece and the tool
Assign proper boundary conditions to the model and run the simulation
Requesting and post-processing the results
Here, you will setup a reduced car model and perform a frontal crash analysis using hypermesh software and solve the model using RADIOSS solver. The model is checked for intersections and penetrations. Errors are debugged and the model is simulated.
In this project, you will be learning to set up a three-point bending of an iPhone for various positions of loading using ANSYS Workbench. This project will concentrate on the core technical aspects such as the effect of the choice of material, connections, meshing, boundary conditions, and the various results which are to be obtained and analysed such the Equivalent von-mises stress, Equivalent von-mises strain, the total deformation, the use of fatigue tool to find out the life of the component, etc. The project will also concentrate on the various effects of the S-N curve defined for various materials along with the number of cycles for fatigue loading.
In this project, you will learn how Transient Structural Analysis system works in ANSYS workbench and setup the case for Long Piston and Cam. Here, you will determine how the rigid part behaves, the effects of friction on the motion and the stress generated due to this change in friction.
In this project, you will learn about explicit analysis system in ANSYS and setup the case of machining with planar. You will learn the difference between the implicit and explicit simulations and import the geometry in Ansys workbench. A suitable material is assigned for the bodies. The model is meshed especially a fine mesh method is provided to the work-piece and tetra meshing is carried out to the tool. Once the meshing is done, you will set the boundary conditions for the model. You will go through the important parameters available in the analysis settings and enter the value for energy error values. You will run the simulation for different tool speeds and look into the deformation occurred in the work-piece. You will request the temperature results and compare the difference between them. You will create a report of all your findings and present it.
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