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  • ANSYS is a general purpose software, used to simulate interactions of all disciplines of physics, structural, vibration, fluid dynamics, heat transfer and electromagnetic for engineers, which enables to simulate tests or working conditions, enables to test in virtual environment before manufacturing prototypes of products ANSYS is a general-purpose software used to simulate the interaction of engineers in all disciplines such as physics, structure, vibration, fluid dynamics, heat transfer and electromagnetic., Ansys develops and sells finite element analysis software for simulating engineering problems. The software creates analog computer models of structural, electronic or machine components to simulate strength, toughness, elasticity, temperature distribution, electromagnetic, fluid flow and other properties.

  • Recommended for anyone who performs finite element analysis (FEA) of mechanical parts or fluids and has little or no ANSYS experience, Introduction to ANSYS, Part I focuses on basic linear, static analyses in any discipline. After completing the course, attendees should be able to maneuver efficiently within the ANSYS Graphical User Interface (GUI), build two and three-dimensional models, apply loads and obtain solutions as well as effectively verify the results of an analysis and display results.


  • ANSYS Basics

  • General Analysis Procedure

  • Creating the Solid Model

  • Creating the Finite Element Model

  • Defining Material Properties

  • Running the Solution

  • Structural Analysis

  • Thermal Analysis

  • Short Topics

  • Post-processing- Reviewing Solution Results

  • Applying Loads & Boundary Conditions

  • Designed for intermediate ANSYS users who perform FEA on mechanical parts or fluids, Introduction to ANSYS, Part II teaches advanced modeling and analysis techniques – using array parameters, coupling and constraint equations, element coordinate systems and surface effect elements. In addition, beam modeling, sub modeling, modal and bonded contact analyses are covered along with creating macro files. Upon completion, attendees should be able to apply the advanced modeling & analysis techniques supported by ANSYS.

  • Array Parameters

  • Coupling & Constraint Equations

  • Working with Elements

  • Beam Modeling

  • Coupled Field Analysis

  • Sub modeling

  • Modal Analysis

  • Bonded Contact

  • Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis

  • Macro Basics

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