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FEA and CFD using ANSYS

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FEA and CFD Using ANSYS

This FEA and CFD Using ANSYS Course is a course on Finite Element Method and Computational Fluid Dynamics and their applications.

Credential College certificate

Duration 60 Hours

Location Toronto, Ontario

FEA and CFD Using ANSYS Course

ANSYS has been used in solving engineering problems and instill the need for comprehensive evaluation and checking when interpreting results. This FEA and CFD Using ANSYS course covers basic theory, modeling and meshing. Students will learn how to analyze component models for stresses, deflections, temperatures and vibrations under operating conditions and loads, treatment of boundary conditions and restraints. Students Examples of good practice for safe and effective application in use.

The students are introduced to techniques for the numerical solution of partial differential equations describing fluid flows and heat transfer problems. The focus is on the finite volume method using different type of discretization schemes. Numerical issues such as accuracy, consistency and stability are discussed. A commercial CFD software will be used and applied to selected fluid dynamic problems

Topics of the FEA and CFD Using ANSYS course:

Part I ANSYS for Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

  • Introduction to the Finite Elements Analysis (FEA)
  • Design Problems: Stress Analysis of a Part and Validation Application
  • Design Problems: Stress Analysis of an Assembly
  • Design Problems: Design Evaluation and Optimization Study
  • Design Problems: Modal Analysis
  • Design Problems: Frame/Beam
  • Design Problems: Fatigue Analysis and Adaptive Meshing Study

Part II ANSYS for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

  • Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Design Problems: Internal Flow Analysis
  • Design Problems: Internal Flow Analysis with Heat Transfer
  • Design Problems: External Flow Applications

Who should take this course?

Mechanical engineer, mechanical designer, mechanical engineering technician/technologist, CAD technician/technologist, senior draftsperson, product developer, CNC programmer, hydraulic engineer, product engineer

Please call 416 585 9880 for schedule and tuition information.

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