Simulation

Simulation

Industry relevance
Design Modeler

Design Modeler is a feature based modelling tool where the models are created in Design Modeler or imported from other CAD softwares which can be simplified/modified and prepared for meshing. Clean geometry is required for better meshing.

ANSYS Meshing

Meshing is one of the important part of a simulation which determines the accuracy of the results. Meshing must be created to capture all the important features in the geometry for best results. Mesh dependancy check should be performed to avoid significant changes in results for the change in mesh controls.

ANSYS Mechanical

Powerful tool to simulate Mechanical, automotive, aerospace components etc. It is used to simulate the deformation, stresses and strain of the components. It is used to simulate Static and Dynamic simulations. It consists of various material models and hence solve wide range of problems of different domains. It is used in solving Multiphysics, Fatigue, Explicit simulations etc.

Learning outcomes
Design Modeler
  • Ability to create Line, Surface and Solid Bodies.
  • Ability to Simplify/ Modify the geometry to prepare for Meshing.
  • Usage of tools in Design Modeler.
  • Understand CAD associativity.

 

ANSYS Meshing
  • Ability to create meshes for various types of components
  • To understand the Mesh requirements. Ex: To decide when to go for a refined mesh and coarse mesh in the geometry.
  • Mesh controls available in ANSYS meshing.
  • Ability to check the quality of mesh, mesh metrics and its ideal values to be maintained.

 

ANSYS Mechanical
  • Ability to perform Linear Static Analysis
  • Ability to perform Vibration simulations.
  • Ability to understand the types of connections and its significance
  • Ability to perform Buckling Analysis
  • Ability to perform sub-modelling Analysis