Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical Part 2
|Date||May 04, 2012 (1 day)|
|Fee||650 EUR (400 EUR if attended Part 1)|
- A technical education and background is recommended but an engineering degree is not required.
- Completion of the ANSYS Mechanical Introduction Part I course or sufficient experience gained through general use.
ANSYS Mechanical provides solutions for many types of analyses including structural, thermal, modal, linear buckling and shape optimization studies.
ANSYS Mechanical is an intuitive mechanical analysis tool that allows geometry to be imported from a number of different CAD systems. It can be used to verify product performance and integrity from the concept phase through the various product design and development phases.
The use of ANSYS Mechanical accelerates product development by providing rapid feedback on multiple design scenarios, which reduces the need for multiple prototypes and product testing iterations.
This one day course is designed to follow on from the two day Part I course. The course content is aimed at users already familiar with the basics but who want to go into further details for the various topics listed. If you have been using older versions of Mechanical this will be a useful course in its own right.
Course Topics Include:
- Advanced Named Selections
- Remote Boundary Conditions
- Joints, Beams and Springs
- Virtual Topology
- Rigid Bodies
- Constraint Equations
- Multistep Analysis
- Contact and Mesh Connections
Each course chapter is followed by "hands-on" workshops and exercises.
Please register your intent to attend one of our classes as early as possible. Registering is not a commitment to attend but an expression of your interest in attending the class. Payment will not be required until the class is confirmed. Please do not make your travel arrangements until you receive confirmation that the class will be held.
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