ANSYS Benelux Training Center
ANSYS wants to ensure that you obtain the most benefit from your software tools and contribute to the productivity of your organization with as short a learning curve as possible. Comprehensive training solutions encompass a variety of course levels and subject matter to meet your evolving needs.
Covering a broad range of topics from the basic physical concepts to advanced modeling techniques through scheduled classes to customized training at your own site, training solutions are designed to provide you with both the comprehensive and subject-specific knowledge you need to effectively apply ANSYS software tools to solve your engineering problems.
Whether you are new to engineering simulation or a highly skilled specialist, ANSYS can provide the training and guidance you need to succeed.
Training can be delivered in Wavre or on-site.
If you have any queries, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: +32 10 45 28 61
- Training prices can be found in the following page: Training prices
Those trainings are given on a regular basis. You can find below a list of the scheduled courses.
These are very popular, and allow you to have a 1:1 training day with one of our experienced engineers, providing coaching on your own particular application. This day may comprise of a few modules from one of our advanced courses and/or time can be spent on setting up your own model, which you will be able to take away with you electronically at the end of the session.
We can run any of our training courses at a customers premises at a fixed price for any Benelux location. For non-Benelux locations please contact us, either by email or telephone (as above) for a quote.
The table below shows the advanced courses available for our products. This training are not sheduled but given on demand. Please email us to arrange a date at email@example.com. Also, if you cannot see what you are looking for, please contact us since the training need can often be met using Focus Days.
|Structural Mechanics||Fluid Dynamics||Design Optimization|
Introduction to ANSYS Composite
|Introduction to ANSYS Icepak||Introduction to ANSYS DesignXplorer|
|Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical APDL||
using ANSYS Icepak
|Introduction to ANSYS nCode DesignLife||Combustion (Fluent or CFX)||Pre-processing|
|ANSYS Mechanical Heat Transfer||Fluid-Structure Interaction (Fluent or CFX)||Introduction to ANSYS BladeModeler|
ANSYS Mechanical Linear
and Nonlinear Dynamics
|Multiphase (Fluent or CFX)||Introduction to ANSYS ICEM CFD|
ANSYS Mechanical Rigid Body
|Turbulence (Fluent or CFX)||Introduction to ANSYS SpaceClaim|
ANSYS Mechanical Structural
|ANSYS Fluent Heat Transfer||Introduction to ANSYS TGrid|
|Hyperelasticity and Curve Fitting||ANSYS Fluent Rotating Machinery||Introduction to ANSYS TurboGrid|
Features in ANSYS
|ANSYS Fluent Population Balance|
|Using Command Objects||
ANSYS Fluent User-Defined Functions
Solving FSI Applications Using
ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Mechanical
|ANSYS Polyflow Extrusion||Introduction to ANSYS Aqwa|
|Electromagnetics||ANSYS Polyflow Blow Molding||Introduction to ANSYS Asas|
|Introduction to ANSYS HFSS||ANSYS Polyflow Mixing||Explicit Dynamics|
Introduction to ANSYS Maxwell
2-D and 3-D
ANSYS Polyflow Viscoelastic
|Introduction to ANSYS Autodyn|
|Introduction to ANSYS Q3D Extractor||Introduction to ANSYS Explicit STR|
|Introduction to ANSYS Simplorer||Introduction to ANSYS LS-DYNA|
|ANSYS Apache PowerArtist User|
|ANSYS Apache RedHawk User|
|ANSYS HFSS for Antenna Design|
|ANSYS HFSS for Signal Integrity|
|November 26, 2014||3||Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 08, 2014||1||ANSYS CFD Workflow||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 09, 2014||2||ANSYS Polyflow Solver||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 09, 2014||2||ANSYS FLUENT Solver||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 09, 2014||2||ANSYS CFX Solver||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 11, 2014||1||ANSYS SpaceClaim for CFD Users||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 11, 2014||1||ANSYS Design Modeler||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 12, 2014||1||ANSYS Workbench Meshing||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 15, 2014||1||ANSYS FLUENT Turbulence||Wavre, Belgium|
|December 16, 2014||2||Introduction to Application Customization Toolkit (ACT) in ANSYS Workbench Mechanical||Wavre, Belgium|