This course is intended for engineers who want to include simulation in their work process but also for existing ANSYS users who want to learn how to efficiently perform multi-physics simulation. Learn how to solve engineering problems across a wide variety of fields, unconstrained to a specific physics discipline.
A technical education and understanding of engineering calculations are recommended. An engineering degree is not required.
Target Audience: Engineers and Designers
Teaching Method: This course focuses on teaching practical skills via hands-on sessions and tutorials. A training certificate is provided to all attendees who complete the course.
Teach the basics of performing simulation in ANSYS AIM via following topics:
- ANSYS AIM user interface
- Workflow for setting up and solving engineering simulation
- Creating, importing and editing geometry
- Meshing solid models
- Setting up physics environment for a variety of disciplines
- Structural stress, modal and thermal analyses
- Steady-state fluid flow analysis
- Conjugate Heat Transfer analysis
- Multi-physics analysis
- Setting-up parametric analysis
- Using scripting and automating analysis process
Training manuals and all workshop files used during the course are provided to all attendees.
Included in Course Fee
- All training material
- Light refreshments during both days
- Lunches on both days
|Description||Location||Duration||Start Date||Price||Register||Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical||London||2 Days||Tuesday, 5th September 2017||£ 790||Register||Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical||London||2 Days||Tuesday, 3rd October 2017||£ 790||Register||Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical||London||2 Days||Tuesday, 7th November 2017||£ 790||Register||Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical||London||2 Days||Tuesday, 5th December 2017||£ 790||Register||Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical||Dublin||2 Days||Friday, 15th December 2017||€ 950||Register|