2Days Workshop (Tool Training) – ANSYS MECHANICAL Foundation Course

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About Course

The finite element analysis is a widely used analysis-and-design technique that it is essential that engineering graduate students / teachers / technical staff / design engineers should have the basic knowledge of the theory and applications of the technique. We believe that training graduate students/design engineers to use a specific software package without providing knowledge of the underlying theory is a disservice to the students/design engineers and can be dangerous for their future/present employers. Thus, students will gain theoretical knowledge of finite element method and its application with the ability to identify and rectify the errors while solving engineering problems and interpret the results from the analysis. The course is composed of approximately two-half theory and one-half use of commercial software in solving problems.

What Will You Learn?

  • Understand and acquire the fundamental knowledge of finite element method
  • Demonstrate finite element analysis software for solving a diversity of mechanical engineering problems.
  • Knowledge to interpret the results from the analysis.
  • Apply finite element method to most relevant problems in mechanical engineering domain
  • Ability to identify and rectify the errors while solving engineering problems

Course Content

Basic Background Requirement, Introduction to Finite Element Method,Steps in Finite Element Method, Types of Elements and their Properties, Finite Element Formulation of One Dimension Elements

Finite Element Method for One Dimensional Analysis of Bar, Truss and Beam Problems (Manual Calculation comparison with Software Solution)

Creation of Geometrical Entities, Meshing, Assigning Material Properties, Applying Loading and Boundary Conditions, Solution Procedure and Post Processing using ANSYS for the problems solved in the previous session

2D and 3D Analysis: Benchmark Problems Using Two and Three Dimensional Elements

Introduction to Mechanical Vibration: Terminologies in Structural Dynamics, Degrees of Freedom, Harmonic Motion, Natural Frequency, Impressed Frequency, Damping, Free Vibration, Forced Vibration

Finite Element Formulation for Dynamic Analysis with Numerical Example using One dimensional Analysis for Longitudinal and Lateral Vibrations.

Solving Longitudinal and Lateral Vibrations Problems using ANSYS for the problems solved in the previous session for Comparison of Theoritica Solution with the Numerical Results

Industrial Case Studies on Modal Analysis, Harmonic Analysis and Randaom Vibration Analysis

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