Ansys FEA 301

Ansys Explicit Dynamics Introductory Training Course

Ansys Explicit Dynamics

Course Overview:

Suitable for experienced Ansys Mechanical users, the Ansys Explicit Dynamics Introductory Training course teaches advanced skills in performing explicit dynamic analyses, and the computational methods and concepts associated.


FEA 101 Workbench Mechanical Introductory

Who should take this course:
  • Experienced Ansys Mechanical users who are looking to learn advanced methods to solve explicit dynamics problems such as drop tests, ballistics, crash impacts, and high-speed metal forming in Ansys Workbench Mechanical.


With completion of this Ansys FEA Training, you will:

  • Become proficient in:
  • Receive an official certificate of completion with professional development hours that can qualify for the continuing education requirements upon renewal of a PE license in most states.

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Course Agenda | FEA 301 – Explicit Dynamics

Module 1: Introduction to Explicit Dynamics 

Module 2: Introduction to Workbench 

Module 3: Explicit Dynamics Basics 
Workshops: Pre-Stressed Container Impact, Pre-Stressed Gas Bottle Drop

Module 4: Results Processing
Workshops: Process Results of Cylinder Impact, 2D Axisymmetric Impact

Module 5: Material Models 
Workshop: 1D Shock Propagation, Turbine Blade Break

Module 6: Explicit Meshing
Workshops: Comparison of Meshing Options, Can Crush, Oblique Impact Simulation

Module 7: Body Interactions
Workshops: Drop Test on Reinforced Concrete, KEP Impact, Circuit Board Drop

Module 8: Analysis Settings
Workshops: Mass Scaling in Can Crush, Bottle Drop Test, Pre-Stressed Beam

Module 9: Optimization Studies
Workshop: Taylor Test What-If Study

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