MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 931 MB | Duration: 1h 53mAnalysis of 1D element using ANSYS APDL
What you'll learn
FEA and ANSYS Mechanical APDL
Creating the Finite Element Model
Defining Material Properties
Basic knowledge of CAD software
Basic Fundamentals of finite element analysis
Basic knowledge of ANSYS
ANSYS Mechanical APDL for Finite Element Analysis provides a hands-on introduction to engineering analysis using one of the most powerful commercial general purposes finite element programs. APDL is the foundation for all sophisticated features, many of which are not exposed in the Workbench Mechanical user interface. Students will find a practical and integrated approach that combines finite element theory with best practices for developing, verifying, validating and interpreting the results of finite element models, while engineering professionals will appreciate the deep insight presented on the program's structure and behavior. Additional topics covered include an introduction to commands, input files, batch processing, and other advanced features in ANSYS.
Ansys Mechanical finite element analysis software is used to simulate computer models of structures, electronics, or machine components for analyzing strength, toughness, elasticity, temperature distribution, fluid flow, and other attributes. Ansys is used to determine how a product will function with different specifications, without building test products or conducting crash tests.
This course introduces new users, or experienced Ansys Mechanical users, to the Ansys Mechanical APDL user interface. The Mechanical APDL workflow, graphical user interface, and analysis of simple mechanical components like Beam, Bar, Truss, Plate etc. . With this foundation in place, users can apply this knowledge to efficiently set up, solve, and post process virtually any type of analysis.
Who this course is for:
People who are willing to learn Ansys software.
Engineering students and Professionals.
This course is recommended for anyone who performs finite element analysis (FEA) of mechanical parts.