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ANSYS Mechanical Fatigue


Are you experiencing component failures due to thermal cycling or vibration after only minutes or hours of testing? ANSYS Mechanical fatigue analysis capabilities can help you avoid these failures by allowing you to virtually test your components before you build them, accurately and efficiently analyze fatigue loading scenarios, and make better engineering decisions. This short course covers use of the Fatigue Tool in ANSYS Mechanical to perform stress-based and strain-based fatigue analyses and includes two hands-on workshop.


  • Completion of “Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical” is required.

Target Audience: Engineers and Designers

Teaching Method: Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge. A training certificate is provided to all attendees who complete the course.

Learning Options: Training materials for this course are available with a ANSYS Learning Hub Subscription. If there is no active public schedule available, private training can be arranged. Please contact us.

ANSYS Mechanical Fatigue



Topics Covered :

  • Stress-Life Fatigue Analysis:

- Constant-Amplitude Proportional Loading

- Variable-Amplitude Proportional Loading

- Constant-Amplitude Non-Proportional Loading

  • Strain-Life Fatigue Analysis:

- Constant-Amplitude Proportional Loading

  • Fatigue Material Properties

  • Mean Stress Effects

  • Fatigue Results

Agenda :

 This is a Half-day classroom course covering both lectures and workshops. For virtual training, this course is covered over 4 x 2 hour sessions, lectures only.

  • Virtual Classroom Session 1 / Live Classroom Day 1
    • Module 01: Stress-Life Analysis

    • Workshop 01.1: Fatigue Analysis of a Connecting Rod

    • Module 02: Strain-Life Analysis

    • Workshop 02.1: Fatigue Analysis of a Bracket

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Date/Time Duration Event Type Location Language Class Cost
May 1, 2020
09:00 - 11:00   EST (GMT -5)
May 1, 2020 1 Session
May 1
Virtual Virtual - WebEx English Subscription Only Register  ›

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