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Ansys, Inc. is a public company based in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. It develops and markets engineering simulation software. Ansys software is used to design products and semiconductors, as well as to create simulations that test a product's durability, temperature distribution, fluid movements, and electromagnetic properties. Ansys was founded in 1970 by John Swanson. Swanson sold his interest in the company to venture capitalists in 1993. Ansys went public on NASDAQ in 1996. In the 2000s, Ansys made numerous acquisitions of other engineering design companies, acquiring additional technology for fluid dynamics, electronics design, and other physics analysis..

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Course Curriculum (Duration: 120 Hrs.)

Section I: ANSYS Mechanical APDL
Chapter 1: Before you start using ANSYS

a. Introduction to the Finite Element Method
b. What is the Finite Element Method?
c. History
d. General Steps of the Finite Element Method
e. Explanation of 1D, 2D and 3D Elements with examples of ANSYS Elements
f. Need of FEM
g. Enlisting different FEM methods and detailed explanation of any one
h. Derivation of stiffness matrix equation
i. Types of analysis that can be done using ANSYS
j. Advantages of the Finite Element Method
k. Limitations of FEA
l. About ANSYS Inc.
m. ANSYS Family of products with their capabilities
n. Introduction to the ANSYS GUI
o. Operation Modes of ANSYS
p. Product Launcher
q. Launcher Tasks
r. Use Custom Memory Settings
s. Launcher Menu Options
u. The Icon Toolbar Menu
v. Quitting Ansys
Chapter 2: Selection Logic
a. Plotting
b. Pan-Zoom-Rotate
c. Picking
d. Coordinate Systems
e. Select Logic
Chapter 3: Solid Modeling
a. An Overview of Solid Modeling Operations
b. Working with Boolean operations
c. Working Plane
d. Importing of 3D models
Chapter 4: Meshing
a. Free meshing or Mapped meshing
b. Setting Element Attributes
c. Selecting Element Type
d. Shape Function
e. Defining Element Types
f. Real Constants
g. Defining Section Properties
h. Assigning Element Attributes before meshing
i. Mesh Controls
j. The ANSYS MeshTool
k. Smartsizing
l. Meshing
m. Free Meshing
n. Mapped Meshing
o. Hybrid meshing
p. Mesh Extrusion
q. Volume Sweeping
Chapter 5: Material Properties
a. Material Library
b. Specifying properties
Chapter 6: Boundary Conditions
a. Types of Loads
b. Applying loads
Chapter 7: Solvers
a. Types of Solvers
b. Solver Setup
c. Load Step Options
d. Solving Multiple Load Steps
Chapter 8: Post-processing
a. Contour Plot Viewing
b. Path Operations
c. Estimating Solution Error
d. Time History Postprocessor (POST26)
e. Report Generator
Chapter 9: Static Structural Analysis
a. Workshops, Exercises and Case Studies
Chapter 10: Modal Analysis
a. Workshops, Exercises and Case Studies
Chapter 11: Thermal Analysis
a. Workshops, Exercises and Case Studies
Chapter 12: Introduction to Non-Linear Analysis
Chapter 13: Tips & Tricks

a. Using the Toolbar & Creating Abbreviations
b. Introduction to APDL
c. Using Parameters
d. Using the Start File
e. Using the Session Editor
f. Using Input Files
Chapter 14: Coupling & Constraint Equations
a. Coupling
b. Constraint Equations
c. Workshops
Chapter 15: Beam Modeling
a. Beam properties
b. Beam meshing
c. Loading, Solution & Results
Chapter 16: Macro Basics
a. Creating a Macro
b. Macro with Arguments
c. Branching
d. Looping
e. General guidelines
f. Workshop
Section II: ANSYS Workbench
Chapter 1: Introduction to FEA and ANSYS Workbench
a. Introduction to the Finite Element Method
b. What is the Finite Element Method?
c. History
d. General Steps of the Finite Element Method
e. Explanation of 1D, 2D and 3D Elements with examples of ANSYS Elements
f. Need of FEM
g. Enlisting different FEM methods and detailed explanation of any one
h. Derivation of stiffness matrix equation
i. Types of analysis that can be done using ANSYS
j. Advantages of the Finite Element Method
k. Limitations of FEA
l. ANSYS Workbench Overview
m. Hosting Applications
n. Mechanical Overview
o. Starting Mechanical
p. The Workbench Environment
q. The Toolbox
r. The Project Schematic
s. Workbench File Management
t. Working with Units
Chapter 2: DesignModeler
a. Introduction to DesignModeler
b. Planes and Sketches
c. Modeling
d. Geometry Simplification and Repair
e. CAD Connections
f. Parameterization
g. Beams and Shells
h. Lines and Surfaces
Chapter 2: Mechanical Basics
a. Basic Analysis Procedure
b. The Mechanical Interface
c. Menus
d. Toolbars
e. Graphics Control and Selection
f. Outline Tree and Details
g. Graphics Window
h. The Mechanical Application Wizard
i. Scoping Loads and Supports
j. The Engineering Data Application
k. Workshop
Chapter 3: General Preprocessing
a. Geometry Branch
b. Contact
c. Meshing
d. Named Selections
e. Coordinate Systems
f. Remote Boundary Conditions
g. Selection Information
h. Workshop – Mesh Control
Chapter 4: Meshing
a. Global Meshing Controls
b. Local Meshing Controls
c. Meshing Troubleshooting
d. Virtual Topology
e. Workshops
Chapter 5: Static Structural Analysis
a. Basics of Static Structural Analysis
b. Geometry
c. Material Properties
d. Contact
e. Analysis Settings
f. Loads
g. Supports
h. Nodal Loads and Supports
i. Solving Models
j. Results and Postprocessing
k. Workshops
l. Case Studies: Any two
Chapter 6: Vibration Analysis
a. Basics of Free Vibration
b. Geometry
c. Contact
d. Solution Setup
e. Modal Results
f. Vibration with Prestress
g. Workshops
h. Case Studies: Any two
Chapter 7: Thermal Analysis
a. Basics Steady State Heat Transfer
b. Geometry
c. Material Properties
d. Thermal Contact
e. Thermal Boundary Conditions
f. Solution Options
g. Results and Postprocessing
h. Workshops
i. Case Studies: Any two
Chapter 8: Results and Postprocessing
a. Viewing Results
b. Scoping Results
c. Exporting Results
d. Coordinates Systems
e. Solutions Combinations
f. Stress Singularities
g. Error Estimation
h. Convergence
i. Workshops
Chapter 9: CAD & Parameters
a. CAD Import
b. Defining Parameters in Workbench
c. Using the Parameter Workspace
d. Updating CAD Parameters
e. Workshops
Chapter 10: Advanced Named Selection
a. Named Selection Basics
b. Direct Named Selections
c. Criteria Named Selections
d. Named Selection Summary
e. Workshops
Chapter 11: Constraint Equations
a. Constraint Equation
b. Constraint Equation Worksheet
c. Workshops

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