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AnsysWorkbench

Ansys Workbench (Mechanical) is more graphics focused and geometry focused. There is less direct connection to the FEM. Workbench provides easy to learn, easy to use environment. APDL scripts are still a possible to use but it’s a bit cumbersome.


TOPICS

● INTRODUCTION
● History
● Brief History Of Development Of FEM
● Today’s scenario and future of FEA
● Introduction to finite Element Analysis
● General working with FEA
● Key Assumptions of FEA
● FEA software
● Types of Engineering Analysis
● Important terms and Definitions
● Introduction to ANSYS Workbench
● Systems Requirements
● Starting ANSYS Workbench 14.5
● Working on a New Project
● Renaming a System
● Deleting a System From a Project
● Saving the Current Project
● Units in ANSYS Workbench
● ANSYS Workbench Database and File formats
● Changing the systems
● Components of a system
● Using help in workbench
● Part modelling 1
● Introduction to part modelling
● Draw sketches
● Convert sketches to 3d models
● Understanding views of the model in 3d space
● Creating new sketch planes
● Part modelling 2
● Understanding the line bodies and cross sections
● Applying cross section to line bodies

● Crete pattern features
● Creating surface from sketches
● Part modelling 3
● Create complex sketches
● Creating cut features
● Create patterns
● Create sweep
● Create planes
● Rotate and scale entities
● Create loft features
● Defining Material Properties
● Understand the engineering Data workspace
● Assigning the different materials to geometries
● Work with ANSYS libraries
● Create and add new materials in the ANSYS libraries
● Add new materials to the engineering data workspace
● Generating mesh
● Understanding the concept of generating a mesh
● Generating the meshes for complex models
● Generate section views of models
● Refine the mesh
● Optimize the design of a model
● Solution
● Post-processing
● Static analysis
● Modal analysis
● Harmonic analysis
● Thermal analysis
● Buckling analysis
● Explicit dynamic analysis analysis