About ANSYS training in Coimbatore

ANSYS is a user-friendly virtual-prototyping and measured simulation framework. It offers an environment to perform structural, thermal, and electromagnetic analysis. John Swanson developed Ansys initially in 1970. Later in 1993, he sold his interest in the company to venture capitalists. Ansys means Analysis Systems. Earlier Ansys software was used to design products and semiconductors. Also, it creates simulations that test a product’s durability, temperature distribution, fluid movements, and electromagnetic properties. Since its generation, Ansys is focused on Engineering Simulation. Ansys is evolving to meet the needs of the application. Ansys is a collection of different workbenches such as modeling, Structural, thermal, fluids Electromagnetics, etc. Hence Ansys is popularly known as Ansys workbench. 

To describe in short, Ansys focus on Geometry creation and, attaching existing geometry, setting up the finite element model, solving, and reviewing results. Fast and accurate analysis of flexible and rigid bodies and precise results of an evaluation of physical events through the analysis of the mechanical system as a whole are possible with Ansys.

Role in industry ANSYStraining in coimbatore

A certified Candidate, who have CAD skills are employed in manufacturing industries including automobiles, aeronautical, engineering, heavy industries, locomotives, and marine. Learning CAD software is important because almost all of these jobs (and more) are performed with sophisticated CAD software that guarantees speed, accuracy, and reuse of work. With CAD skills, mechanical engineers can find employment and increase productivity.

Proficiency After ANSYS Training in Coimbatore

  • Under different operating situations, an Engineer can visualize product behaviors and perform action according to the conditions

  • Can detect errors by the program feature before we sent it for manufacturing as it wasn’t possible earlier for large Tools

  • With help of SOLIDWORKS simulation analytical tool a user can detect falls and bad error at the earliest stage of product design

  • Can create 3D designs which improves productivity.

  • Create exceptional product designs and test them before sending to manufacturing department

  • Ability to import data and translate it

  • Ability to store design with security, and maintain all the aspects with its flexibility and accessibility.

  • Under a number of different circumstances ability to test product designs in real time.

  • Can share the 2D Design and Models with the Team to communicate and work on final product Design

ANSYS Training in Coimbatore

Ansys works on the principle of Finite Element Analysis. Separating product into smaller components (Discretization) applies analysis parameters such as Constraints, Force, Torque, Pressure, etc. Meshing is used to divide the part into very small areas to perform a detailed analysis of each and every section of a product accurately. The whole process is divided into 3 parts: Pre-processing, Solution, and Post-processing.

Analysis and Finite Element Approach:

The analysis is the process of gaining an understanding of complex topics regarding any day to day life phenomenon by breaking it into smaller parts. That to say in general terms but in technical terms, the analysis was first used in logic and mathematics in the era even before of renowned scientist Aristotle (384–322 B.C).  Analysis word comes from Ancient Greek ἀνάλυσις. {Análisis, “a breaking-up” & “an untying;” ana- is “up, throughout” and lisis “a loosening}.

Engineering analysis deals with applications based on scientific principles and methods to reveal the characteristics, properties, and state of a system, mechanism, structure or component undergoing study.  Engineering analysis works by the method of discretization: it begins by separating the engineering design into the separate mechanisms of working or failure, analyzing or estimating each component of the operation or failure mechanism separately. After that it recombines, the components according to basic natural laws and physical properties. Each and every component undergoes an analysis post and prior to manufacturing.  Engineering analysts look at needs to fulfill, structures, specifications, mechanisms, properties, systems, and dimensions. System failures and life cycles are major aspects that are broken down and studied by engineers. Due to advancements, there are many things that can be remotely analyzed such as satellites, rovers, drones, etc.

Structural Analysis:

Structural analysis is the phenomenon to determine the effects of force and loads on physical structures and their components. Structures subject falls in this category to withstand loads such as bridges, buildings, soil, vehicles, furniture, strata, attire, prostheses, and biological tissue. The structural analysis applies theories and principles from applied mechanics, mathematics and materials science to calculate a structure’s deviation, internal forces, stresses, accelerations, stability & support reactions. The results obtained of the analysis are used to determine a structure’s fitness for purpose, with or without the help of physical tests. Hence structural analysis is the key part of engineering design.

The basic terminology of a structure is that it is a body or system of connected parts used to support a load. Especially in civil engineering include important examples are buildings, bridges, and towers. In other branches of engineering manufacturing, some examples are pressure vessels, aircraft frames, tanks, mechanical systems, and electrical supporting structures, etc. So on a structure loads and stresses are the major factors that affect the form of deformation, deviation or displacement. Hence term structural analysis focuses on such parameters while analyzing any component. Structure designing takes into account Aesthetics, serviceability and safety while considering the environment and economic constraints. 


Once the structure fulfills the requirement of dimensions, it becomes necessary to determine the loads the structure must support. Therefore Structural design begins with specifying loads that act on the structure. 

Structure engineering encounters two types of loads in the design.

1. Dead load: Loads that consist of the weights of the various structural members and the weights of any objects that are permanently attached to the structure. 

E.g. roofing, walls, windows, columns, beams, girders, the floor slab, plumbing, Fixtures, etc.

2. Live loads: The second type of load varies in their magnitude and location. There are many different types of live loads like highway bridge loads, building loads, railroad bridge loads, wind loads, impact loads, snow loads, earthquake loads, and other natural loads, etc.

Analytical Method:

Structural analysis performs a study over a body with the help of input data such as geometry, structural loads, support conditions, and material properties. After inputs, the simulation is stared in the software in the manner of actual working behavior. The results obtained in analysis typically include support reactions, stresses, and displacements. The condition of failure is compared with this information obtained from analysis to clearly indicate the extent of failure. Advanced structural analysis may also examine stability, dynamic response and non-linear behavior.

There are three approaches to the analysis: 

1) Mechanics of material approach (also known as strength of materials), 

2) Elasticity approach (special case related to continuum mechanics field), and 

3) Finite element approach.

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