Friday, April 19, 2019

ANSYS Mechanical Course Begin 5-5-2019

ANSYS engineering simulation and 3D design software delivers product modeling solutions with unmatched scalability and a comprehensive multiphysics. Ansys develops and markets finite element analysis software used to simulate engineering problems.The software creates simulated computer models of structures, electronics, or machine components to simulate strength, toughness, elasticity, temperature distribution, electromagnetism, fluid flow, and other attributes.




DESCRIPTION

ANSYS engineering simulation and 3-D design software delivers product modeling solutions with unmatched scalability and a comprehensive multiphysics. 
Ansys develops and markets finite element analysis software used to simulate engineering problems.
The software creates simulated computer models of structures, electronics, or machine components to simulate strength, toughness, elasticity, temperature distribution, electromagnetism, fluid flow, and other attributes.



OBJECTIVES:
  1. Complete guidance of using commercial CFD codes such as Fluent, CFX, ICEMCFD, Ansys Meshing, Design modeler and Ansys Workbench.  
  2. How to define problem, create geometry, clean and prepare geometry, hexa and tetra mesh generation in ICEMCFD and Ansys Meshing, problem setup in CFX Pre or Fluent, problem solution in both CFX and Fluent solver, Post processing Fluent and CFD Post. 
  3. Teach you that how to check mesh independence in order to make the CFD results error free due to common mistakes during CFD simulation. 
  4. Enable you to compare results with experimental data to access the results accuracy and quality. 
  5. Finally we teach you that how to conclude the results and how to discuss results in accordance with physics of problem. Which is needed when you are writing your project report, thesis report or research paper for conference of journal.



TRAINING STRUCTURE:
  •    ANSYS Professional  6 class x 4 hours = 24 hours
Requirements
  •     ANSYS 18.1 installed on your computer.


Course Contents

Introduction to FEA(Finite Element Analysis)
  •          Nodes, Elements and Element shapes
  •          General procedure of conducting FEA
Introduction to Workbench
Introduction to space claim
  •          Basic solid modeling
  •          Advanced solid modeling
  •          Importing solid models
  •          Finite element modeling
  •          Assembly and contacts
  •          1-D element modeling
  •          elements connections
Meshing
  •          Mesh Creation
  •          global mesh controls
  •          local mesh controls
  •          mesh contact
  •          introduction to advanced meshing techniques.
Static structure Analysis
  •      loads
  •          boundary conditions
  •          solution controls (analysis setting)
  •          solution and solution output
  •          solving beam problems
  •          solving truss problems
  •          importing thermal loads from thermal analysis
  •          thermal-structure coupling
  •          introducing buckling to structure problems
Time transient structure Analysis
  •       time steps
  •          analysis settings
  •          introduction to time transient structure analysis
Thermal Analysis
  •      initial conditions
  •          boundary conditions
  •          analysis settings
  •          output control
  •          projects
Thermal-structure coupling

Time Transient Thermal analysis


Post processing
  •      Introduction to post processing
  •      User defined variables and expressions
  •      Solution and Post Processing
  •      Generating the reports of analysis
  •      Final Project 


To Register In This Course:

                                                                    

Our Team

  • Hussien HafezAerospace Engineer
  • Mina MagedAerospace Engineer
  • Mohamed AliAerospace Engineer
  • Abdellatif RashedElectrical Engineer
  • Mostafa HamodaAerospace Engineer
  • Moaz El SweifyAerospace Engineer