Ansys Mechanical

Ansys Mechanical

Best-in-class technology for Finite Element Analysis

Ansys Mechanical

Ansys is a software suite of Ansys Inc.

Ansys Structures is the landmark suite to create virtual prototype through Finite Element Method. Ansys Mechanical is the main simulation environment, within it’s possible to properly built and analyze your own FEM model. This technology is recognized as a standard in many industries, a strong and consolidated positioning accrued through the features completeness and constant development.

The FEM models realized in Ansys Mechanical can consider all the different kind of numerical nonlinearities (contacts, large deflections, material models), moreover the structural assessment can be performed from the static and dynamic point of view. The results obtained in Ansys Mechanical help the analysts to identify an properly understand critical structural issues, offering the possibility to optimize the design reducing lost time and avoiding structural failures.

Ampiamente utilizzato in tutto il mondo dagli ingegneri strutturisti in tutti i principali settori industriali, Ansys Mechanical è uno standard di riferimento per l’ufficio di progettazione e calcolo.

This technology is widely used in several industries by many engineers worldwide, Ansys Mechanical is a standard for the CAE office. It takes full advantages from Ansys Workbench platform, which allows to innovate design in simple, guided and parametric way. Thanks to the huge features availability in Workbench, Ansys Mechanical can be coupled with other complementary simulation tools (e.g. Ansys Fluids, Ansys Electronics) in order to easily study the multiphysics behavior of the product.

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The roller coaster

A design challenge combining excitement and rigour

A fascinating article on the origin, history, and evolution of roller coasters from their earliest prototypes in Russia in the 16th century on the banks of the Neva River of St. Petersburg, and then dives into detail on how numerical simulation of roller coasters works to ensure their success both as entertainment and from a safety perspective for users and operators.

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Metodologie per l'impostazione di analisi statiche strutturali, modali e termiche in ambiente Ansys Mechanical

Il corso ha l’obiettivo di introdurre le principali metodologie e funzionalità del software Ansys Mechanical per effettuare un'analisi strutturale agli Elementi Finiti.

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Conduct fatigue checks directly in Ansys Mechanical using SDC Verifier

Template-based design automates future routine work, and automated documentation facilitates report generation

A lot of steel structures such as cranes, heavy machinery and other equipment subjected to repetitive loading is highly likely to develop cracks or failures because of the fatigue damage.

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Simulating the multiphysics of a residual current device

Ensuring the safety of users around electrical contacts

This article examines the simulation of an RCD to determine the factors that affect its response times.

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Tracked Vehicle

RecurDyn offers two Toolkits that are completely dedicated to tracked vehicles

In this example, a tracked bulldozer was simulated to evaluate the dynamic behavior of the vehicle on different terrains and with different obstacles. The model can also be used to calculate the loads operating on the vehicle’s structure..

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