Introduction to Ansys Workbench (Self-paced Learning Available)


This course will be of major benefit to all engineers working with Ansys Workbench in the different physics fields. All the steps required to finish a simulation project are presented. Analysis and component systems are shown with the different connection types available. This course also shows how to work with parameters from a Workbench perspective. Many techniques on documenting a project are shown. The workbench folder and file structure are also covered.

Learning Outcome

  • The Workbench general workflow
  • How to organize simulation projects
  • How to archive simulation projects
  • Accessing and monitoring Workbench settings
  • How to run a parametric study


  • No prerequisites are required.

Target Audience: Engineers and Designers tending to use Ansys Workbench with their studies in structural, fluids, electromagnetics and more.

Teaching Method: This is a one module Self-Paced course without workshops.

Self-paced Learning: Complete a class on your own schedule at your own pace. Scope is equivalent to Instructor led classes. Includes video lecture, workshops and input files. All our Self-Paced video courses are only available with an Ansys Learning Hub subscription. Register for a subscription using the tab below or contact for more information.

Introduction to Ansys Workbench


Topics Covered :

  • Workbench workflow
  • Analysis and components systems
  • Derived Systems
  • Connection Types
  • Parameters in Workbench
  • Design Points
  • Project Documentation
  • Cell Properties
  • File and folder Structure
  • Workbench Archives
  • Setting Application Preferences
  • Modifying the Interface Layout

Agenda :

This is a one module Self-Paced course without workshops. 
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