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Structural mechanics
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110% Ansys Workbench – Using Ansys Mechanical Efficiently

The Best-of from our Ansys Mechanical Update Trainings

Overview

Training eLearning Advanced

In this training, we will provide you with tips and tricks as well as best practice to make your day-to-day simulation work easier. This training is offered as a 2-day course or alternatively as a self-paced eLearning course.

Duration
2 days

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of Ansys Mechanical

Software used
Ansys Mechanical

Benefits
  • Benefit from our experience in support, training and consulting
  • Get to know and use new functions of the latest Ansys releases
  • Structure and optimize everyday workflows
  • Open format for introducing your own questions

Description

In this training, you will learn numerous tips and tricks to optimize your workflows in Ansys Workbench and use the full performance spectrum of the program. Starting with the structuring of Workbench and the ribbon-based GUI of Ansys Mechanical via the import of external meshes to efficient post-processing, we will show you solutions that help make your everyday simulation work easier. Application-related exercises will give you the opportunity to directly apply and implement the workflows. The open format of this training allows you to ask questions at any time.

Take advantage of our many years of experience in technical support, training, and consulting. Discover and come to value all the new key functions that allow you to structure and optimize your workflows so that you can achieve reliable and reproducible simulation results faster.

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Detailed agenda for this 2-day training

Day 1

01 Modules and flexibility with Ansys Workbench

  • From simple to complex – when do I use what?
  • Submodeling – the FE magnifier for accurate stress results
  • Mounting assemblies – one at a time
  • From old to new – APDL to Mechanical

02 Make optimal use of the ribbon-based GUI

  • Where do I find what? Overview of the ribbon-based interface
  • Allocation and verification of materials and material properties
  • Organization of loads and supports

03 Creating and checking connections

  • Spoilt for choice: connecting elements in Mechanical
  • Keeping an overview: using connection groups
  • Can it hold? Checking the connections
  • Bonded contact and that’s all: Is this really the case?

04 Simulation-oriented meshing

  • The mesh for every occasion: meshing by recipe
  • I’ve done this before! Using instances and components
  • Fine meshes at hotspots – even without geometry selection

Day 2

05 With the right setting, the result is achieved faster

  • First aid for contact and convergence problems
  • Cleverly linked: Load combinations and setting up on existing load steps
  • Cleverly integrate hardware resources with DCS

06 Appropriate analysis settings

  • Setting global options for the result variables
  • Reviewing the boundary conditions
  • Using result trackers
  • Understanding the convergence diagrams

07 Evaluate simulation results and export data

  • Creating colorful images and numbers - but correctly
  • Geometry-independent evaluation - construction planes and paths
  • User-defined results for customized reports
  • Export of result variables and deformed structures
  • Creation of 3D result plots

08 Summary and concluding tips

  • Submodeling – the FE magnifier for accurate stress results
  • What else is important
  • Your questions and tasks
  • More best practice tips from the CADFEM simulation experts

Your Trainers

Alexander Nolte
CAE Engineer, CADFEM Germany GmbH, Grafing
Elisabeth Treml
CAE Engineer, CADFEM Germany GmbH, Grafing
Daniel Wenger
Engineering Services, CADFEM (Suisse) AG, Renens
Dario Rüegg
Engineering Services, CADFEM (Suisse) AG, Aadorf
Dr. Ing. Benoit Fontenier
CAE Engineer - Support, CADFEM France SAS
Artur Bocian
Engineer, CADFEM UK Ltd

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What CADFEM customers are saying

 Alexander Kristof Simulation Engineer - Hybrid Technologies, Erwin Quarder Systemtechnik GmbH
Alexander Kristof
Simulation Engineer - Hybrid Technologies, Erwin Quarder Systemtechnik GmbH

The 110% Ansys Workbench eLearning is very impressive! The workshops are exceptionally good, as you not only repeat what you have learned on familiar models, but also have to apply this knowledge to new ones. The convergence module in particular was very challenging, and I got a lot out of the solution.

Sabrina Bernhard
Simulation Expert - Predevelopment, Intercable GmbH

Great seminar in which you learn many valuable tricks that make your everyday work with Ansys easier. I was amazed at how many functions you can discover even after years of working with Ansys!

Fabian Kristmann
R&D Innovation & Applied Science, ERNI DEUTSCHLAND GmbH

110% Ansys Workbench stands for effective learning with a continuous practical reference based on numerous practice-oriented simulation examples. In the course, I received many tips and tricks that I had previously been unaware of and that I will certainly use in my daily work in the future.

Do you have questions on the training or the eLearning?

When will I receive the final confirmation for my training booking?

Straight after you sign up, an automatic confirmation of receipt will be sent to the email addresses you provided. Once you have successfully verified the data you provided, you will receive your personalized sign-up confirmation, containing further information on course fees, the billing address, etc., by email within two to three working days.  

As soon as the minimum number of attendees has been reached, you will receive a final training confirmation containing further information. If you have booked an on-site training, we recommend that you wait until you have received this final confirmation before booking your travel and accommodation.

If the minimum number of attendees is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the training seven days before it is due to start at the latest. We are happy to inform you on changing your booking to an alternative date. Please note that we accept no liability for hotel or travel bookings that attendees have already made.

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Training places will generally be allocated based on the order in which attendees sign up. For this reason, we always recommend booking for your desired date as early as possible.

As long as a coures still has free places, it can be booked.

At what time do the training courses begin and end?

Usually the training courses start at 9:00 am and end at 5:00 pm of the respective local time. The actual course times will be stated in the booking confirmation. Please note that, depending on the training host, there may be a possible time shift between your and the provider's local time. Therefore all local times are provided with the valid time shift to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). 

Can I test the eLearning offer without obligation?

To get a clear impression of our online learning format, we offer you a trial allowing you access to the starting module of an eLearning course of your choice. No costs, no cancellation period or anything similar. Moreover, with this free test access you can check all the technical requirements for a smooth learning process. You can easily request the free module from any eLearning course.

How much time should I allow for an eLearning course?

Each online course day comprises four eLearning modules. You should ideally allow 90 to 120 minutes of uninterrupted learning time for each module. This will allow you to acquire the knowledge provided by a module and to consolidate it through quiz questions and Ansys exercises. By dividing each module into micro learning units, you can also make good use of smaller time windows, such as on your commute.

For how long can I access the learning content?

Prerequisite for the use of the eLearning courses is the use of a personalized access to the CADFEM learning platform. When purchasing an eLearning course, access to the learning platform is 365 days. As a subscription user, access to the learning platform starts and ends with the start and end of the flat rate. With the start of a further learning product (Learning Subscription, training, eLearning), access to your content is extended by 365 days.

Head of Seminars
Dr. sc. Jörg Helfenstein