Ansys Basic Course-Basics of FEM & Static Analysis Tutorials
What you'll learn
- Understand the basics and fundamentals related to finite element analysis
- Learn how to model your system using design moduler
- Learn how to generate the mesh and obtain mesh independent system
- Learn how to set the right preprocessing and postprocessing
- Understand the different types of contacts, supports and loads
- Learn how to comprimize the computational cost
- Learn how to validate your FE-Solver results
- Ansys Software- V18 will be nice
This is a basic course that focuses on finite element analysis and its applications. The course provides an essential theoretical background for any FE solver user. The evolution of FEM, basic definitions, types of elements, analysis types, model fidelity, pre-processing and post-processing are all discussed with the aid of some mathematical and technical applications. Besides, the course includes 11 static analysis tutorials on Ansys software to link the theoretical background to the software application. Finally, there are many assignments and working files annexed to the lectures, to allow students the opportunity to apply what they learn on their own, also the slides are attached to lecture for the student's convenience.
Who this course is for:
- Any student or engineer who would like to start learning Ansys from zero
- Students who would like to link academic knowledge to Practical applications
- Beginners on the field of finite element analysis
- Researchers who use numerical simulations
Amr Shaaban is an assistant professor at the mechanical engineering department, faculty of engineering, Ain Shams University, Egypt, and the founder and main instructor of Design Online Academy.
He has a PhD in applying virtual prototyping and simulation approaches on machine tools performance's evaluation, and has various research papers published in national and international journals.
He has been an instructor for courses on basic FEA, dynamic FEA, composites, structure optimization, and CAD/CAM/CNC.
Most of his courses are code-independent, yet for the purpose of application Autodesk Inventor is selected for CAD courses, and ANSYS/LS-Dyna for FE courses.