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Engineering Analysis with

ANSYS Work Bench

 

ANSYS is a general purpose software, used to simulate interactions of all disciplines of physics, structural, vibration, fluid dynamics, heat transfer and electromagnetic for engineers. ANSYS simulates tests in virtual environment before manufacturing prototypes of products. Furthermore, determining and improving weak points, computing life and foreseeing probable problems are possible by 3D simulations in virtual environment.

ANSYS can import CAD data and also enables to build geometry with its "preprocessing" abilities. Similarly in the same preprocessor, finite element model which is required for computation is generated. After defining loadings and carrying out analyses, results can be viewed as numerical and graphical. ANSYS can carry out advanced engineering analyses quickly, safely and practically by its variety of contact algorithms, time based loading features and nonlinear material models.

ANSYS Workbench is a platform which integrates simulation technologies and parametric CAD systems with unique automation and performance. The power of ANSYS Workbench comes from ANSYS solver algorithms with years of experience.

 

Course Contents

 

1.   Mechanical Design and Analysis

Ansys Design Modeller, Ansys Mechanical (Static, Linear Buckling, Thermal, Modal)

 

Modules

 

 

Ansys Design Modeller, Ansys Mechanical (Static, Linear Buckling, Thermal, Modal)

Topics Covered:

 

1.    Introduction to Ansys Design Modeller

1.1         Basic drafting tools

1.2         Sketches, Surfaces

1.3         3D Modeling

1.4         Boolean, Body operations

1.5         Face imprinting, Share topology

1.6         Geometry analysis tool

1.7         Tips and tricks for optimized geometry for robust Meshing

2.    General Preprocessing of CAD geometry

2.1         Introduction to Engineering Data

2.2         Accessing material libraries

2.3         Creating new materials

3.    Meshing Control

3.1         Structured and unstructured mesh

3.2         Introduction to Mechanical APDL Element Reference

3.3         Direct, Indirect Meshing techniques

3.4         Tips and Tricks for optimized brick hexahedral elements

4.    Structural Analysis

5.    Free Vibration Analysis

6.    Pre-Stressed Vibration Analysis

7.    Steady State Thermal Analysis

8.    Linear Buckling Analysis

9.    Fatigue Analysis

10. Results Processing

Case Studies:

              i.        A control box cover intended to be used in an external pressure application (1 Mpa/145 psi).

            ii.        Linear Buckling of a vertical column.

           iii.        Thermal characterization of Motor cover.

           iv.        Analysis of an impeller type pump with a preload on the belt of 100N

            v.        Vibration characteristics of a motor cover operating at 1000 Hz

           vi.        Fatigue analysis (Stress Life) of the connecting rod model for : 1) Constant Amplitude Load of 4500 N, Fully Reversed and 2) Random Load of 4500N

         vii.        Fatigue analysis (Strain Life) of the connecting rod model for : 1) Constant Amplitude Load of 4500 N, Fully Reversed and 2) Random Load of 4500N

 

Potential Participants / Organizations

The course is explicitly designed to cover the essentials thus making it an ideal learning platform. The emphasis should be paid to target the students of Mechanical Engineering in universities like NUST, HITEC, International Islamic university (Mechanical Engineering. Departments) etc.

 

2.     Thermal Hydraulic Design and Analysis

 

 

Modules

 

Ansys Design Modeller, ANSYS ICEM CFD Mesh, CFX Pre, CFX Solver, CFX Post.

 

Topics

 

1.    Introduction to CFD

1.1. Basic Computational Fluid Dynamics

1.2. Mesh importance

2.    Meshing Control

2.1. Structured and unstructured mesh

2.2. Direct, Indirect Meshing techniques

2.3. Patch conformal, patch independent meshing

2.4. Tips and Tricks for optimized brick hexahedral elements

3.    CFX GUI

3.1. CFX GUI know how

4.    Domains and Boundary Conditions

4.1. Types of Domains/media

4.2. Types of Boundary conditions

5.    Solver Settings

6.    Post-processing

6.1. Cutting Plane view

6.2. Iso surfaces

6.3. Animations

6.4. Table and Charts

7.    Interfaces, Sources

7.1. Volumetric heat sources

7.2. Mass /Heat transfer interfaces

7.3. FSI introduction

8.    Transient Flows

8.1. Introduction of transient flows

8.2. Moving domains

8.3. Immersed bodies

9.    Turbulence

9.1. Introduction to turbulence modelling

9.2. K-e model

9.3. K-w model

9.4. Wall treatment

9.5. SST

10. Heat Transfer

11. CFX Expression Language Basic

12. Moving Zones

13. CCL and Solver .out File

14. Overview of Advanced Physics

 

Case Studies:

i.         Transonic Flow Over a NACA 0012 Airfoil

 

ii.        Electronics Cooling with Natural Convection and Radiation

 

iii.       Setting up of a transient simulation of vortex shedding behind a cylinder and compare the predicted Strouhal number with experimental data

 

iv.       Steady state analysis of an Axial Fan stage operating at 2880 rpm having air as Ideal Gas working Fluid.

 

v.        Analysis of the release of heat and combustion gases from an engine fire in a ventilated parking garage.

 

Potential Participants / Organizations

The course is explicitly designed to cover the essentials thus making it an ideal learning platform. The emphasis should be paid to target the students of Mechanical Engineering in universities like NUST, HITEC, International Islamic university (Mechanical Engineering Departments) etc.

 

Starting From

Timing

Last Date of Registration

Fee

11-02-16

1700 - 2100

(Thurs-Fri-Sat)

09-02-16

RS: 15,000/-

 

* 10% discount for groups only

 

Duration   = 48 Hours

 

 

 

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