ANSYS Mechanical Rotordynamics
This course focuses on the vibrational analysis of rotating machinery in ANSYS Mechanical, including evaluation of critical speeds, Campbell diagrams, whirl orbits, and associated bearing implementation. One-dimensional, two-dimensional, and three-dimensional geometries are covered, as well as connection to non-rotating support structures. Relevant theory, product application, and hands-on workshops are all included with the course materials.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Carry out the basic end-to-end rotordynamics analysis process in ANSYS Mechanical.
Understand the underlying technical and analysis features that are unique to rotordynamics.
Describe and apply the essential rotordynamics analysis capabilities: computation of critical speeds, prediction of rotor whirl and system stability, computation of unbalance response, and consideration of start=up and shut-down transient responses.
- Completion of ANSYS Mechanical Getting Started is required.
Target Audience: Primarily Mechanical Engineers, including Rotating Machinery Engineers, Vibrations Engineers, Dynamics Engineers, and similar sub disciplines.
Teaching Method: Lectures and practical hands-on workshops to validate acquired knowledge.
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