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Modelling and analysing composite model in Ansys Software
Composite materials are created by combining two or more layered materials, each with different properties. These materials have become a standard for products that are both light and strong. Composites provide enough flexibility so products with complex shapes, such as boat hulls and surfboards, can be easily manufactured. Engineering layered composites involves complex definitions that include numerous layers, materials, thicknesses and orientations. The engineering challenge is to predict how well the finished product will perform under real-world working conditions. This involves considering stresses and deformations as well as a range of failure criteria. ANSYS Composite PrepPost provides all necessary functionalities for the analysis of layered composite structures.
you will learn
- they will be able to model simple and complex composite model in ANSYS
- They will be able to work with ACP tools
- They will be able to work with different ANSYS analysis tools in workbench
- They will learn how to work with ANSYS workbench
Learn Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) from basic to advance Level in a single course.
This special course has been designed to teach fundamental principles and tools related to Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). The main objective of this course to cover the basic techniques of ANSYS CFD environment and then slowly move towards the advanced level options. In this course you will learn to understand and apply every step of computational fluid dynamics (aka CFD) methodology across a wide range of engineering problems. You will start from problem description, geometry creation, mesh generation, solution setup, solving and finally post processing with results discussion. In this course you will learn Six ANSYS CFD modules: ICEM CFD Hexa, CFX Pre, CFX Solver, ANSYS CFD Post, Design-modeler and ANSYS Meshing.
Moreover, the best thing about this course is that, I am continuously expanding and advancing this course. It means you will learn new features and techniques of ANSYS CFD on regular basis, which will enhance your learning level in this specific field of CFD. Many videos of this course are available as previews, kindly watch them so that you can observe and understand that what level of contents are placed in this special course.
Initially, this course had been started with only one section on ICEMCFD with 7 lectures and now it comprises 51 lectures spanning overs 6 hours with 7 sections. You will also get all imported, exported and solved files along with power point slides (PDF format) so that you can practice on your own. I am also encouraging students to take part in active discussions. You can ask any question any time and I will be glad to answer your query through various mediums and forums.
Recently in this course, I have added some new sections on ANSYS design modeler and ANSYS Meshing, on students wish and demand. In future, you will get regular enhancements in this course with addition of more workshops and learning new features of ANSYS CFD software. That’s why we are claiming this course to be the A-Z of CFD learning.
Students’ll understand Fluid Flow’s basics in Ansys and course have examples of different CFD models for beginners
Companies want to avoid testing money. So, some analysis programs are developed. These programs provide to save your money. They’ll give you result which is nearly correct. In my opinion, every engineer should learn one analysis program at least.
Ansys is one of the analysis programs. Some claims that it’s best. It can analyze structural, fluent, heat transfer, vibration or more. This course contents information about computational fluid dynamics (CFD). We’ll learn how to create geometry, mesh at Ansys. Then, this course helps to setup conditions. After taking this course, we’ll able to select solver which is best for our problem.
I hope to see you in this course.
you will learn
- You’ll able to analyze many system.
- You’ll able to create new geometry in Ansys CFD.
Best ANSYS Books:
#1 Finite Element Simulations with ANSYS Workbench 14 by Huei-Huang Lee
#2 Finite Element Analysis Theory and Application with ANSYS 4th edition by Saeed Moaveni
#3 ANSYS Mechanical APDL for Finite Element Analysis 1st Edition by Mary Kathryn Thompson & John Martin Thompson
#4 Introduction to the ANSYS Parametric Design Language (APDL) – Second Edition by Inc PADT & Eric Miller & Jeff Strain
#5 Engineering Analysis with ANSYS Software 2nd Edition by Tadeusz Stolarski & Y. Nakasone & S. Yoshimoto
#6 Working with ANSYS A Tutorial Approach by Divya Zindani & Apurba Kumar Roy & Kaushik Kumar