ANSYS Workbench Mechanical Introduction
The "Introduction to ANSYS" course is the foundation level course for undertaking ANSYS simulations.
The course demonstrates how to use ANSYS for linear analysis in the ANSYS Workbench Environment.
It is intended for new or occassional ANSYS users irrespective of application and user license. All other ANSYS courses build on the ANSYS simulation competencies taught in this course.
The course is run in an interactive format over two days and includes many worked examples.
Teach the basics of ANSYS in the following areas:
- ANSYS capabilities, basic ANSYS terminology, the ANSYS Workbench graphical user interface
- Steps involved in performing an ANSYS analysis
- Importing solid models
- Creating solid models
- Meshing solid models
- Simulating an environment
- Solving & reviewing results
- Linear stress analysis
- Steady state & transient thermal analysis
- Modal & harmonic responses analysis
- Linear buckling analysis
Training manuals are provided to all course attendees. The training manual is an exact copy of the material used during the two day course. Worked examples are fully documented in a Workshop Supplement which is also provided. Copies of all workshop files are also available to enable course attendees re-analyse course examples following completion of the Introduction to ANSYS Course.
Included in Course Fee ?
- All training material
- Light refreshments during both days
- Lunches on both days
Agenda & Topics Covered
Day 1 of the course focuses exclusively on the ANSYS Workbench Environment - at the end of Day 1 attendees will be able to undertake linear elastic stress analyses and steady state thermal analysis.
Day 1: 09:30 - 17:30
- Workbench Mechanical Basics
- Contact Control
- Meshing Control
- Linear Structural Analysis
- Comparing 2D and 3D Structural Analysis
- Free Vibration Analysis
- Prestressed Modal Analysis
Day 2: 09:30 - 17:30
- Steady State Thermal Analysis
- Linear Bucking
- Advanced Results Processing
- Parameter Manager & CAD integration