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Introduction to FEA

Introduction to ANSYS Workbench

Part Modeling

Defining Material Property

Generating mesh

Static Structure Analysis

Model Analysis

Thermal Analysis

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Introduction to FEA

• General working of FEA • Element & element shape • General procedure to conduct Finite Element Analysis • FEA software • Advantage and Limitation of FEA • Types of engineering Analysis

Introduction to ANSYS Workbench

• Introduction to ansys workbench • System requirment • Starting Ansys workbench • Working on new projects • Renaming a new system

Part Modeling

• Introduction to part modeling • Introduction to design modeler window • Sketch mode • Modeling mode • Tree outline details view window • Ruler tried • Extrude • Revolve • Sweep • Loft • Shell

Defining Material Property

• Introduction to engineering data workspace • Revolve • Sweep • Creating and adding material • Creating own material

Generating mesh

• Introduction to refining mesh • Meshing shape • Meshing size

Static Structure Analysis

• Introduction to static structure analysis workbench • Types of load • Types of supports • Stress,strain,deflection etc. • Solution • Engineering report

Model Analysis

• Introduction to model analysis • Performing model analysis • Starting mechanical window • Defining analysis types and window • Plotting the deform shape

Thermal Analysis

• Introduction to thermal analysis • Terms used in thermal analysis • Steady state Analysis • Trasient therma analysis • Calculation of Fins.

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