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ANSYS is a powerful engineering simulation software suite that is widely used by engineers, designers, and researchers across various industries to perform complex simulations and analysis of physical phenomena. It is developed by ANSYS, Inc., and is known for its broad range of simulation capabilities. ANSYS is widely used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, energy, and healthcare to improve product designs, optimize performance, reduce development costs, and enhance product reliability.

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ANSYS technology adds real-world value to the engineering design process. Robust simulation capabilities coupled with a flexible, adaptive architecture deliver efficiency and drive innovation.ANSYS offers a comprehensive software suite that spans the entire range of physics, providing access to virtually any field of engineering simulation that a design process requires. Organizations around the world trust ANSYS to deliver the best value for their engineering simulation software investment.

Simulation-Driven Product Development takes engineering simulation to another level.The unequalled depth and breadth of ansys coupled with its unmatched engineered scalability, comprehensive multiphysics foundation and adaptive architecture set it apart from other CAE tools.

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 simulation software enables organizations to confidently predict how their products will operate in the real world.

Duration of Training : 50 hrs

Purpose :

To perform Stress and Engineering Analysis.

Job zones :

Structural Engineering jobs in Bulding and Bridges

Qualification  :

Diploma, Engineering Students.

Trades :

Mechanical, Production, Civil, Chemical

Content :



Topic 1: Introduction to FEA Introduction to FEA

Topic 2: Introduction to ANSYS Workbench

Topic 3: Part Modeling – I

Topic 4: Part Modeling- II

Topic 5: Part Modeling- III

Topic 6: Defining Material Properties

Topic 7: Generating Mesh – I

Topic 8: Generating Mesh – II

Topic 9: Static Structural Analysis

Topic 10: Modal Analysis

Topic 11: Thermal Analysis. 

Ansys Syllabus


What is FEA?
ANSYS Basics

Starting ANSYS

ANSYS Workbench Environment
Graphics and Picking
The Database and Files
Saving Files
Exiting ANSYS
File Types

General Analysis Procedure

Preliminary Decisions
Post processing

Introduction to ANSYS Modeling

Direct Generation vs. Solid Modeling
Direct Generation
Creating nodes and elements
Filling between nodes
Setting Element Attributes

Solid Modeling

Bottom up

Using key points
Using lines, splines & arcs
Using areas and volumes (arbitrary)

Top Down

From Primitives

Creating rectangle, circle, polygon, block, cylinder, prism, sphere, cone and
Concepts of hard points, line fillets and area fillets.

Modeling with Boolean operations


Introduction to Coordinate Systems

Types of coordinate Systems

Global & Local
Active coordinate system

Introduction to Working Planes

Creating a new working plane

Moving and rotating the working plane

Modify / Transformation commands



Move/ Modify


Model Creation by Extrusion

Sweeping key points along a trajectory to create lines

Revolving key points about an axis to create arcs or full circles, normal to

the axis

Sweeping lines or splines along a trajectory to get areas

Revolving lines, splines or arcs about an axis to create cylindrical areas.

Giving depth to an area to create a volume, normal to the area

Creating a volume with tapered faces

Sweeping an area along a trajectory to create a volume

Revolving an area about an axis to create a cylindrical volume

Extending Lines

Modifying an existing line by extending that line to a desired length

Creating a new line on the basis of an existing line, where the existing line

will not be modified.


Introduction to elements

One Dimensional Elements

Two Dimensional Elements

Two and Half Dimensional Elements

Three Dimensional Elements

Quadrilateral Elements

Triangular Elements

Brick Elements

Tetrahedral Elements

Shell Elements

Introduction to Meshing

Mapped and free meshing

How to control mesh size?

How to use Mesh Tool?

Concatenation and its significance

Clearing mesh and re-meshing

Some useful meshing techniques

Numbering Controls

Merging Coincident Points

Compressing Item Numbers

Setting Start Number & viewing Start Number Status

Adding Number Offset

What is coupling and how to create coupled sets of nodes Static Structural Analysis Modal Analysis Thermal Analysis…




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