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FEA 101: ANSYS Workbench Mechanical Introductory

$1,980 USD per person

Classroom Sessions: 3 days
Online Sessions: 3-5 days

A technical education and background are recommended but an engineering degree is not required.

ANSYS Mechanical provides solutions for many types of analyses including structural, thermal, modal, linear buckling and shape optimization studies.

ANSYS Mechanical is an intuitive mechanical analysis tool that allows geometry to be imported from a number of different CAD systems. It can be used to verify product performance and integrity from the concept phase through the various product design and development phases.

The use of ANSYS Mechanical accelerates product development by providing rapid feedback on multiple design scenarios, which reduces the need for multiple prototypes and product testing iterations.

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ANSYS Workbench Mechanical

Introductory Course Agenda:

Day 1

Module 1: Introduction

  • Workshop: Mechanical Basics

Module 2: Preprocessing

  • Workshops: 2D Gear and Rack, Named Selections, Object Generator, Object Generator Named Selections

Module 3: Structural Analysis

Day 2

Module 3: Structural Analysis

  • Workshops: Linear Structural Analysis, Beam Connections

Module 4: Postprocessing, Validation, CAD, and Parameters

  • Workshops: Mesh Evaluation, Parameter Management

Module 5: Mesh Control

  • Workshops: Mesh Creation, Mesh Control

Day 3

Module 6: Connections and Remote Boundary Conditions

  • Workshops: Contact Offset Control, Joints, Remote Boundary Conditions, Constraint Equations

Module 7: Modal, Thermal, and Multistep Analysis

  • Workshops: Modal Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Multistep Analysis

Module 8: Eigenvalue Buckling and Submodeling

  • Workshops: Eigenvalue Buckling, Submodeling

Recommended Follow-Up Courses

(dependent upon your interests and applications)

  • Heat Transfer
  • Structural Nonlinearities
  • Dynamics
  • Rigid Body Flexible Body Dynamics
  • Using Command Objects