|Date:||01.11.2017 9:00 - 02.11.2017 17:00|
|Location details:||The event is organised at the CSC Training Facilities located in the premises of CSC at Keilaranta 14, Espoo, Finland. The best way to reach us is by public transportation; more detailed travel tips are available.|
|Lecturers:|| Juusi Nänimäinen |
Senior Engineering Analyst EDR & Medeso
|Price:||120 euros + VAT for Finnish academics|
|The fee covers all materials, lunches as well as morning and afternoon coffees.|
Payment can be made with electronic invoicing, credit card, or direct bank transfer. Note that for electronic invoicing you need the operator and e-invoicing address (OVT code) of your organization. Please also note that invoice reference is needed for electronic invoicing in your organization, so please have this available when registering.
This course is the foundation for working with structural mechanics simulations in ANSYS Workbench. The goal of the course is to make users familiar with the interface and enable them to perform different types of analyses. Focus is not only on operability, but also on basic understanding of simulation concepts, model creation and results interpretation.
Prior experience of ANSYS Mechanical is not required. The course is aimed at those who have basic knowledge of structural mechanics. Knowledge of the finite element method is recommended. After this course, the students should be able to proceed to more advanced topics independently with the support of ANSYS manual.
Target students for the course are new users and existing users who want to keep themselves up to date of the latest ANSYS technology in structural simulations.
The course is for Finnish academics only.
Agenda & Lecture topics:
- Introduction to ANSYS
- Optimizing the CAD geometry for structural simulation with SpaceClaim
- Mechanical Basics
- General Preprocessing
- Mesh basics
- Global and local meshing controls, methods
- Static Structural Analysis
- Linear Contacts
- Free Vibration Analysis
- Results Postprocessing
Short introductions to more advanced topics suchs as: large deformations, non-linear contacts, buckling, submodeling and multiphysical thermal-structural simulations.