Duration: 3 MONTHS

Course Syllabus

Course Title: Engineering Analysis with ANSYS (Skill Development)

Course Duration: 3 Months (Part-Time)

Course Objectives:

  1. Provide students with a strong foundation in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and its application using ANSYS software.
  2. Equip students with the skills to perform structural, thermal, and modal analysis of engineering systems.
  3. Prepare students for self-employment opportunities and careers in the field of engineering simulation.
  4. Foster proficiency in using ANSYS interfaces and optimizing models for accurate analysis.

Course Overview: This course is designed to empower students with the knowledge and skills required to perform engineering analysis and simulations using ANSYS. It covers various aspects of FEA, including mesh generation, structural analysis, buckling analysis, thermal analysis, and modal analysis. The course emphasizes hands-on practice and real-world applications to ensure students are job-ready.

Course Teaching Methodology:

  1. Interactive Lectures: Engaging sessions covering theoretical aspects of FEA and ANSYS.
  2. Hands-on Simulation: Practical exercises, model creation, and analysis using ANSYS software.
  3. Project Work: Real-world engineering analysis projects to apply learned skills.
  4. Case Studies: Analyzing and simulating real engineering problems.
  5. Guest Instructors: Experienced engineers and simulation experts sharing industry insights.
  6. Assessments: Regular quizzes, simulation tasks, and a final project to track progress.

Importance for Learner in Career Growth and Self-Employment:

  • Self-Employment: With ANSYS simulation skills, learners can offer engineering analysis and consulting services, catering to various industries.
  • Career Growth: Proficiency in ANSYS is highly valued in the engineering industry, offering career opportunities in design and analysis roles.
  • Technological Proficiency: ANSYS is a widely used engineering simulation tool, making learners versatile in the industry.
  • Global Demand: Simulation skills are in demand worldwide, allowing learners to explore international job opportunities.

Course Contents (Modifiable):

Module 1: Introduction to FEA and ANSYS

  • Basics of Finite Element Analysis
  • Introduction to ANSYS and its Interfaces
  • ANSYS Basics and General FEA Analysis Procedures

Module 2: Mesh Generation and Optimization

  • Generating Mesh for FEA
  • Optimizing Models to Refine Mesh
  • Surface and Line Models

Module 3: Structural Analysis

  • Principles of Structural Analysis
  • Linear and Nonlinear Analysis
  • Stress and Strain Analysis
  • Material Properties and Behavior

Module 4: Buckling Analysis

  • Introduction to Buckling Analysis
  • Linear and Nonlinear Buckling Analysis
  • Application in Design

Module 5: Thermal Analysis

  • Thermal Boundary Conditions
  • Steady-State and Transient Thermal Analysis
  • Thermal Stress Analysis

Module 6: Modal Analysis

  • Introduction to Modal Analysis
  • Natural Frequencies and Mode Shapes
  • Modal Analysis Applications

Note: Course contents can be customized based on the specific needs of learners or location.

This course equips Indian students with the skills and knowledge required to excel in engineering analysis and simulation using ANSYS, offering both self-employment opportunities and career advancement potential in India's engineering and manufacturing sectors. It prepares learners to perform accurate and effective simulations, a critical skill in today's engineering landscape.

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