Advantage of learning ansys
Successful completion of the course will provide students with the ability prepare and optimize their geometry for analysis and to use Simulation to perform static structural finite element analyses, as well as provide a brief introduction to thermal and modal analyses.
Students will learn when it is appropriate to simplify, or defeature CAD geometry, and how best to accomplish it.
Students will learn how to create parametric models in which geometric dimensions can be readily changed.
Students will learn how to use the ANSYS Workbench GUI, how to interface with CAD geometry, how to mesh the geometry, how to apply loads and boundary conditions, how to solve the analysis, and how to post-process the results.
Students will learn the basics of finite element theory and gain insight on how to create and analyse models that produce accurate results
The student will be able to effectively and efficiently create, modify and/or import geometry for real-world finite element applications.
The student will be able to create and analyse detailed, real-world finite element static structural models using the ANSYS Workbench software upon completion of the class.
The student will gain practical knowledge in performing finite element analysis and understanding the key factors in creating quality meshes, applying loading and boundary conditions that mimic real-world applications, and interpreting results.
History of ansys software.
The first commercial version of Ansys software was labeled version 2.0 and released in 1971.
until version 3.0 (the second release) was introduced for the VAX station in 1979.
Version 4 of the Ansys software was easier to use and added features to simulate electromagnetism in 1989.
version 5, which was released in 1993.
Version 6.0 of the main Ansys product was released in December 2001.
Version 8.0 was published in 2005 and introduced Ansys' fluid-structure interaction software, which simulates the effect structures and fluids have on one another.
In 2009 version 12 was released with an overhauled second version of Workbench.
Version 15 of Ansys was released in 2014 It added a new features for composites, bolted connections, and better mesh tools.
In February 2015, version 16 introduced the AIM physics engine and Electronics Desktop, which is for semiconductor design.
The following year, version 17 introduced a new user interface and performance improvement for computing fluid dynamics problems. In January 2017, Ansys released version 18. Version 18 allowed users to collect real-world data from products and then incorporate that data into future simulations.
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