ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics

ANSYS Mechanical Dynamics is a 2-day training course for engineers wishing to use ANSYS Mechanical to analyze the dynamic response of structures. The course focuses on performing modal, harmonic, flexible dynamic, and random vibration (PSD) analyses.

After completing the course, analysts should be able to analyze, in ANSYS Mechanical, the natural frequencies, mode shapes and mode participation factors of a linear elastic structure, the steady state response of a structure to sinusoidal loads of known frequency, the dynamic response of structures under the action of time-varying loads, and the random vibration of a structure using a power spectral density function (PSD).

Training Schedule

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September 11, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Bloomington, Minnesota
September 18, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Orlando, Florida
September 18, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Ann Arbor, Michigan
September 18, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Houston, Texas
October 08, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Edmonton, Alberta
October 09, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Irvine, California
October 30, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics San Jose, California
November 06, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
November 20, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Evanston, Illinois
November 20, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Waterloo, Ontario
November 20, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Burlington, Massachusetts
December 04, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Bloomington, Minnesota
December 04, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Ann Arbor, Michigan
December 04, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Orlando, Florida
December 11, 2014 2 ANSYS Mechanical Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics Houston, Texas