Live Project Based Ansys 6 months training in Delhi
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Six Months Ansys Training in Delhi includes from basic to advance level modules designed for both students and working professionals.
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6 Months Based Ansys Training Course in Delhi is very essential to make student who is pursuing MCA, B.Tech, BCA, BBA, MBA course and they should be aware of the real working environment in industries and to prepare them to handle any kind of obstacles that occur. It is a roadway that allows students to apply their theoretical knowledge practically and opens door to new opportunities. At KVCH, we assure that the performance of each student is up to the standards of the IT industry.
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Industrial Training in Ansys is a modular 6 months course. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in Ansys comprises of
- What is FEA?
- About ANSYS
- ANSYS Basics
- ANSYS Workbench Environment
- The GUI
- Graphics and Picking
- The Database and Files
- Saving Files
- Exiting ANSYS
- File Types
- Preliminary Decisions
- Post processing
- Direct Generation vs. Solid Modeling
- Direct Generation
- Creating nodes and elements
- Filling between nodes
- Setting Element Attributes
- Bottom up
- Using key points
- Using lines, splines & arcs
- Using areas and volumes (arbitrary)
- Top Down
- Creating rectangle, circle, polygon, block, cylinder, prism, sphere, cone and
- Concepts of hard points, line fillets and area fillets.
- Global & Local
- Active coordinate system
- Creating a new working plane
- Moving and rotating the working plane
- Move/ Modify
- 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.
- One Dimensional Element
- Two Dimensional Elements
- Two and Half Dimensional Elements
- Three Dimensional Elements
- Quadrilateral Elements
- Triangular Elements
- Brick Elements
- Tetrahedral Elements
- Shell Elements
- 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
- 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.
- Basics of Finite Element Analysis(Optional)
- Introduction to FEA
- Stages of FEA
- ANSYS Workbench Interface
- Getting Started with ANSYS Workbench
- Project Page and File Management
- Why DesignModeler?
- Graphical User Interface
- Design Principles
- Parameters in DesignModeler
- Concept Modeling
- Advanced modeling features
- Analysis disciplines
- Planning of Analysis
- Simulation Basics
- Graphical User Interface
- Material Parameters
- Descritization: Mesh Control, Mesh Study, Mesh Quality.
- Boundary Conditions
- Analysis settings
- Structural and Thermal Analysis
- Buckling Analysis
- Modal Analysis
- Thermal Analysis
- Non-linear statics