 # Ansys

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## Syllabus

Introduction of Ansys

• Introduction of Ansys
• Ansys Environment
• Ansys Interface
• Ansys Files
• Saving/Restoring Jobs
• Printing Results
• Working with other Software’s

Multiphysics-1

• Cantilever beam
• Review of the solutions obtained by the elementary beam theory
• Analytical procedures
• Creation of an analytical model
• The input of the elastic properties of the beam material
• Finite-element discretization of the beam area
• The input of boundary conditions
• Solution procedures
• Graphical representation of the results
• Comparison of FEM results with experimental ones

Multiphysics-2

• Analysis of One-Dimensional Problems
• Heat Transfer Problems
• Solid Mechanics Problems
• Verification of Result

Two Dimensional 1

• Two-Dimensional Elements
• Rectangular Elements
• Linear Triangular Elements
• Isoperimetric Elements

Two Dimensional-2

• Analysis of Two-Dimensional Solid Mechanics Problems,
• Torsion of Members With Arbitrary Cross-Section Shape
• Beams and Frames
• Plane Stress Formulation
• Basic Failure Theory
• Examples Using ANSYS
• Verification of Results

Analysis Fluid-1

• Analysis of Fluid Mechanics Problems
• Direct Formulation of Flow-Through Pipes
• Ideal Fluid Flow
• Groundwater Flow
• Examples Using ANSYS
• Verification of Results

Three-Dimensional Elements

• Three-Dimensional Elements
• The Four-Node Tetrahedral Element
• Analysis of Three-Dimensional Solid Problems Using
• Four-Node Tetrahedral Elements
• The Eight-Node Brick Element
• The Ten-Node Tetrahedral Element
• The Twenty-Node Brick Element
• Basic Solid Modeling Ideas
• A Thermal Example Using ANSYS
• A Structural Example Using ANSYS

Analysis of ﬂow structure(Internal, External)

• Problem description
• Create a model for analysis
• Select kind of analysis
• Create areas for ﬂow channel
• Subtract the valve area from the channel area
• FLOTRAN set up
• Execute calculation
• Postprocessing
• Plot the calculated results
• Boundary conditions
• Detailed view of the calculated ﬂow velocity
• Plot the calculated results by path operation

Workbench -1

• Intro Workbench
• a) Butterfly Valve Arm Stress Analysis
• b) Knuckle Joint Assembly Stress Distribution
• Static Structural

Workbench -2

• a) Radial Engine Piston Temp. Distribution
• Final Analysis Report Generate

## Prerequisite

No experience is required, But fundamental knowledge of Engg. Drawing, AutoCAD & 3D Software is necessary.

##### General Information
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