### Introduction to Ansys

Ansys is the global leader in engineering simulation. It is a general-purpose software that is used to simulate interactions in all physics disciplines, including structural, vibration, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and electromagnetics. It helps engineers solve their most complex design challenges through engineering and enables designers to build market-leading products while accounting for real-world behaviours with less prototyping. The end purpose of Ansys is to predict how product designs will behave and how manufacturing processes will operate in the real world.

### Scope of Course of Ansys

The course teaches you to master Ansys tools for design and finite element analysis for structural analysis. You will also learn how to model advanced materials, complex environmental loadings, and industry-specific requirements. Training will be given in the following areas:

### Career Prospects / Job Roles After Ansys

Engineering simulation is playing a growing role in science and engineering. Ansys has become a leading engineering simulation software as it boosts productivity, spurs innovation and reduces time-to-market in a wide range of industries, from cars to aircraft. Hence, the demand for Ansys skills is fast growing across the industrial segments. Students who are proficient in Ansys can gain employment in various industries, such as:

Application Engineer

Lead R&D Engineer

Engineer - FEA (Ansys)

FEA Engineer

CAE Engineer

Thermal Simulation Engineer

### Course Demo

## Syllabus for ANSYS Workbench Courses in Hyderabad

### 1. Theory of FEM & CAE

1. What are the different Ways to Validate the Design?

2. What is Analytical Method, Numerical Method, Experimental Method

3. What is FEM, BEM, FVM and FDM.

4. What is CAE

5. Difference between CAD and CAE

6. Why do we carry out meshing

7. What is DOF (Degree of Freedom)

8. Type of Elements

### 2. 1D Meshing and Geometry Editing

#### Theory of 1D Meshing

##### Geometry Editing:

Creating line geometry

Editing line geometry

Creating Cross-Section

Assigning Cross-Section

Creating Truss Structures.

Creating Roll Cage Structures.

##### 1D Meshing:

• Cantilever beam problem

• Fix-Fix beam problem

• Simply Supported beam problem

• Finding forces on each members of Truss structure

• Free-Free run on BAJA Roll Cage 10 Industrial Projects for Practice.

### 3. 2D Meshing and Geometry Editing.

#### Theory of 2D Meshing

##### Geometry Editing:

• Creating Surfaces Geometry from Line Geometry

• Mid-Surface Creation

• Editing 2D Surface Geometry

• De-featuring 2D Surface Geometry

• Converting 1D line Geometry to 2D surface geometry.

• Importing and repairing Surface geometry 2D meshing:

• Creating 2D Elements

• Different Meshing options in ANSYS

• Solving Plate with hole with and without washer

• Solving plate with hole with biasing.

• Quality check for 2D elements

10 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 4. 3D Meshing and Geometry Editing

#### Theory of 3D Meshing

##### Geometry Editing:

• Importing and repairing Solid Geometry

• Converting 1D line geometry to 3D Solid Geometry

• Creating 3D Solid Geometry

• Editing 3D Solid Geometry

• De-featuring 3D Solid Geometry

3D Meshing Techniques

• Tetra & Penta Meshing and Editing

• Hexa& Pyramid Meshing and Editing

• 3D Meshing using sweep command

• 3D Meshing using multi Zone command

• 3D elements quality check

10 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 5. Static Structural Analysis

##### Theory of Static Analysis

• Static Analysis on BAJA Roll Cage – Applying Forces

• Static Analysis on Pressure Tank – Applying Pressure

• Static Analysis on Brake Disc – Applying Temperature

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 6. Transient Structural Analysis

##### Theory of Transient Analysis

• Transient Analysis on Bridge – Force location is changing with respect to time

• Transient Analysis on Bridge – Force location is changing with respect to time and adding the effects of

vibration

• Transient Analysis on Brake Disc – Temperature and location changing with respect to time.

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 7. Inertia Relief

##### Theory of Inertia Relief

• Inertial Relief Analysis on Industrial A-Arm Applying forces at multiple location.

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 8. Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis

##### Theory of Buckling Analysis

• Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis on Tall Building Structure – Calculating the First Buckling Load Factor.

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 9. Axi-Symmetry Analysis

##### Theory of Axi-Symmetric Analysis

• Axi-Symmetric Analysis on Industrial Pressure Valve

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 10. Modal Analysis

##### Theory of Modal Analysis.

• Modal Analysis on BAJA Roll Cage – Finding the natural frequencies and mode shapes.

5 Industrial Projects for Practice.

### 11. Steady-State Thermal Analysis

##### Theory of Steady – State Thermal Analysis

• Steady-State Thermal Analysis on Brake Disc – Calculating Heat flux and temperature Distribution

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 12. Transient Thermal Analysis

##### Theory of Transient Thermal Analysis

• Transient Thermal Analysis on Brake Disc – Calculating Heat flux and temperature distribution with

respect to change in time and location.

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 13. Explicit Dynamic

##### Theory of Explicit Dynamic Analysis

• Front Impact Dynamic Crash Analysis on BAJA Roll Cage

5 Industrial Projects for Practice

### 14. CFD

##### Theory of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

• CFD – Internal Flow Analysis on Venture

• CFD – External Flow Analysis on Airfoil

• CFD – Mixed Flow analysis on hydraulic mixture.