Best Ansys Courses

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Mastering Ansys CFD (Level 1)

Become pro in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) from A to Z using Fluent, CFX, ICEMCFD and Ansys Workbench

Created by Sijal Ahmed - CFD Engineer,CFD Instructor


Students: 8532, Price: $119.99

Students: 8532, Price:  Paid

Last updated: March 23 2021. 

Complete CFD Course to teach you CFD from A-Z. Specially designed for students who have no prior knowledge of any CFD software. We will teach you from scratch and work through to understand all important commands and concepts to understand CFD and it application to sample problems.

There are many lectures available as preview (free) and based on them decided yourself about the quality of your CFD learning. I would be very much happy to see you on this course.

What you will get in this course: 

 1. Complete guidance of using commercial CFD codes such as Fluent, CFX, ICEMCFD, Ansys Meshing, Designmodeler and Ansys Workbench.   

2. How to define problem, create geometry, clean and prepare geometry, hexa and tetra mesh generation in ICEMCFD and Ansys Meshing, problem setup in CFX Pre or Fluent, problem solution in both CFX and Fluent solver, Post processing Fluent and CFD Post.   

3. Teach you that how to check mesh independence in order to make the CFD results error free due to common mistakes during CFD simulation. 

4. Enable you to compare results with experimental data to access the results accuracy and quality. 

5. Finally we teach you that how to conclude the results and how to discuss results in accordance with physics of problem. Which is needed when you are writing your project report, thesis report or research paper for conference of journal. 

6. New section on mixing of two fluids with extensive post processing is added on Feb 05, 2020. In this section I have used ANSYS 2019 R3 and made very extensive post processing including mesh independence. This problem is solved inside workbench completely. 

7. New section on double contraction pipe with 90 degs bend is added on July 12, 2020. Here you will learn Hexa meshing (Multizone) of complex geometry with solution in Fluent and Post processing in CFD-Post.

8. New section on effect of swirler geometry on mixing and heat transfer in Mixing Elbow, added on March 18, 2021.

9. New section on effect of dimple (passive flow separation control device) on separation on inside of mixing elbow, added on March 23,2021.


What students are saying:

Around 1000 AWESOME REVIEWS!!!  Around 5000+ satisfied students from all over the world! The number 1 Best Selling ANSYS course on Udemy, by far.

Thelson Davidy : "The course is inspire me, I didn't have nothing to teach me the basic of CFD. The explanations are amazing, in my opinion, the course permise me to have a big knowledge about ansys and how I can to find much solutions, when a body is in contact with a fluid."

Niaz Khan : "Although, I already had the know-how of FLUENT, but still this course clear my concepts. Highly recommended for all."

Swagat Sundar Kar : "This course is very much awesome for the beginners,everything is in detailed one,new learners should take this course."

Önder Sönmez : Throughout the course, subjects were detailed and help to improve in the CFD field. I am pleased to enroll in this specific field course.

K. Sekhar Menon says :" He is an awesome instructor and his skills are helpful for beginners."

Sujit Mishra says :" I found the course is very informative for the new beginners in the field of CFD. As a Ph.D. scholar in CFD field, I got passionate to be involved in new ideas and projects in Ansys CFD fluent. Frankly speaking, I am got a big fan of Mr.Sijal Ahmed sir who help out in my each and every doubt I got in the video."

Saurabh Parga says :" Course is well structured and is a good starting point for understanding the user interface of Ansys-package."

Suraj M S says: "The course starts with the most fundamental example for Computational Fluid Dynamics, which would help anyone to learn CFD without any prior knowledge  ."

Simeon ILIEV (Dean at top european university) says: "Very good presentation. Very interesting themes. It is easy to understand.  ."

Shkarah Ahmed says: "Best course on Ansys , افضل كورس في الانسس  "

Shashank Dwivedi says: "Very comprehensive and detail explained topics  "

Hamza Sultan says, "That is the best CFD course online. i haven't found any MOOC like this on internet. And i hope instructor will put a mess study section also which i think is a general study.  ." 

Salient features:   

  • 19  hours on demand video content spread over 169 lectures

  • 55+ supplemental resources including books, input/output files, solution files, ppt slides for all lectures and software links and instruction to install them. 

  • Full lifetime access, anywhere & anytime.  

  • Access on mobile, TV, desktop and laptop.

  • Only Bestseller CFD course with over 1000+ ratings.

  • Around 55000  students enrolled from 170 countries around the world.

  • Total time taught is 18,000 hours.

ANSYS Training: A Easy Introduction with Applications

Essential training on solving Engineering Problems from start by using Ansys workbench with examples.

Created by Rakesh Potluri - Teacher, Author, Researcher & Life Long Learner


Students: 4271, Price: $94.99

Students: 4271, Price:  Paid

Ansys Workbench is a general-purpose Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software that is widely used in the Industry and Academia to solve many different engineering problems through a virtual simulation of the Engineering Designs under consideration.

Ansys Workbench is applied to virtual simulate the product operating conditions and helps us to understand its behavior and helps us achieve very good design through simulation and optimization even before the product has been manufactured.

Using Ansys Workbench software we can Simulate problems from Different fields such as Structural, Vibrations, Heat transfer, Fluid Flows, and many more types.

This course is all about learning and completing the Essential training required for effective usage of the  Ansys Workbench Software so that by the end of the course you will be able confidently to perform  Meshing of geometries,  Static Structural, Modal, Thermal, Thermo-structural, buckling analysis using this Ansys Workbench software. you will also get acquaintance with the Design Modeler, Ansys Mechanical, Ansys Engineering Data, and other important modules in Ansys Workbench Software.

This course is divided into Theoretical and Practical Sessions.

In the Theoretical session, you will be introduced to the basic theoretical concepts regarding the topics of FEA, Meshing, Static Structural, Modal, Thermal, Thermo-structural, and buckling analysis.

In the Practical sessions, you will be using industrial and academic examples for learning how to apply Ansys Workbench software for efficiently performing different kinds of Simulations such as:

- Static Structural Analysis

        - 3-D Static Structural Analysis

        - 2-D Static Structural Analysis

        - 1-D Static Structural Analysis

- Modal Analysis

       - Free Vibration Analysis

       - Forced Vibration Analysis (Pre-Stressed)

- Thermal Analysis

       - Conduction Mode

       - Convection Mode

       - Radiation Mode

       - Mixed Mode Heat Transfer

- Thermo-Structural Analysis

- Buckling Analysis

       - Structural Buckling

       - Thermal Buckling

In addition to all of these analyses, you will learn about meshing and how to generate good mesh, use of Design Modeler Module, other important modules in Ansys Workbench software.

I hope you will join me in this course for learning more information about FEA analysis and Ansys Workbench software.

Mastering Ansys CFD (Level 2)

External aerodynamics and turbo-machinery CFD in Ansys Fluent, ICEMCFD, Space Claim & Design Modeler

Created by Sijal Ahmed - CFD Engineer,CFD Instructor


Students: 3630, Price: $109.99

Students: 3630, Price:  Paid

This is specially designed course for learning Ansys CFD at professional level as well for students . In this course, you will learn how to solve complex engineering problems in fluid dynamics using CFD techniques. In this I have covered each and every step of CFD simulation from geometry to meshing to solution and processing.  You will master the CFD skills on external aerodynamics and turbomachinery in this course.

There are three full high quality workshops included in this course from start to finish (Problems description, geometry creation, high quality mesh generation, problem setup and post processing of results) on following problems:

1. Aerodynamic analysis of Missile using CFD technique

2. Flow analysis of centrifugal Fan

3. CFD analysis of Ahmed Body using different turbulence model and Y+ values.

Ansys Tutorial

Modelling and Analyzing composite model in Ansys Software

Created by Armin Yousefi Kanani - Engineer


Students: 3367, Price: $109.99

Students: 3367, Price:  Paid

Composite materials are created by combining two or more layered materials, each with different properties. These materials have become a standard for products that are both light and strong. Composites provide enough flexibility so products with complex shapes, such as boat hulls and surfboards, can be easily manufactured. Engineering layered composites involves complex definitions that include numerous layers, materials, thicknesses and orientations. The engineering challenge is to predict how well the finished product will perform under real-world working conditions. This involves considering stresses and deformations as well as a range of failure criteria. ANSYS Composite PrepPost provides all necessary functionalities for the analysis of layered composite structures.

  • This tutorial has been divided to 11 sections. in order to get the best result please follow tutorials step by steps if you are beginners.

  1. The first section of this tutorial is an introduction to Ansys software and ACP tools. You will learn how to add ACP tools into project schematic and create very simple geometry.

  2. In the second section you will learn about tools inside ACP such as Draping, Rules, Rossete, Orientation. This section is crucial for everyone in order to continue tutorials. This section all tools explained step by step (PLEAEE DO NOT MISS THIS SECTION)

  3. In the third section, you will learn how to model T beam shape in ANSYS ACP and do stress Analsys. This is a good example for beginners to test their modelling skills in ACP software.

  4. Buckling is one of the important subject in composite material. Therefore, the whole section four is dedicated to this matter to find eigenvalue for simple composite plate

  5. ACP tool can be coupled with other ACT extensions such had honeycomb creator. In this section, you will learn how to create honeycombs and combine that with composite model in ACP.

  6. In the section sixth, seventh and eighth you will learn how to combine model with mechanical model and ACP. Three different mechanical examples have been solved with ACP and mechanical model in ANSYS workbench. DO NOT MISS SECTION 6

  7. Sections 9, 10 and 11 are dedicated to fatigue, natural frequencies, failure such as rebounding, delamination and progressive failure. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THESE SECTION WITHOUT DOING PREVIOUS SECTIONS IF YOU ARE BEGINNERS. This course has around 1800 students so far and I noticed some students skip the basic tutorials and jump to advanced examples then they complain that videos did not cover everything. In order to have the best of this course is better to start from basic and learn all the tools from section 1 to 5 then you would be able to create any model in ANSYS ACP.

    I hope you all enjoy this tutorials. Please send me message if you think anything can improve the quality of this course as I am updating course regularly.

    Many thanks


"All rights reserved,Any unauthorized broadcasting, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright"

Simulation using ANSYS – Fluent English version


Created by Hussien Hafez - TA at cairo university, aerospace department


Students: 1484, Price: $69.99

Students: 1484, Price:  Paid

Since there are two different interfaces(GUIs) for ANSYS workbench ,each video is uploaded in the two GUIs
('R181' for Workbench versions earlier than R19.3, 'R193' for Workbench versions after than R19.2)

-the course requires you to have very basic knowledge on fluid dynamics

the course is split into 3 parts:
1. learn how to work professionally on ANSYS CAD software 'space claim' (we start from the beginning till we can make assembly, and import parts from other CAD software ).
2. learn how to work professionally on ANSYS meshing tool, and measure the mesh quality.
3. learn how to work professionally on CFX and Fluent , and view the results on CFD-post

in every program, we understand its GUI, all the options they have, and the physics behind every value or option we use

the course contains 34 projects (10 projects in space claim , 6 in meshing tool , 3 in CFX , and 15 in Fluent)

in every project, we learn new tools and get more familiar with the programs

the instructor will be available with you through the entire course, and ready for any technical questions you have

this is the course content:

Session 1:                                                                                                               
-intro to FEA                                                                                                           
-intro to Space Claim (1-D, 2-D, and 3-D drawings )
Session 2:                                                                                                               
-more on Space Claim:                                                                                         
Importing drawings from other CAD software         
Drawing flow domain for a 3D wing                                                                 
importing .txt file to spaceclaim
Using pattern tool in drawing blades                                                                 
Working on Assembly (assembling parts drawn on space claim,                 
and parts drawn on Solidworks)                                                                       
Session 3:                                                                                                               
-intro to Meshing                                                                                                   
-GUI of ANSYS meshing tool                                                                               
-Meshing three main parts (Global settings, Meshing methods,
and Local settings)                                                                                               
-Pipe model mesh (structured mesh)                                                               
-Car flow domain mesh                                                                                       
-Aerofoil flow domain mesh      
-Aerofoil structured mesh
-2 rectangle blocks domain structured mesh (2D)                                                                         
-2 rectangle blocks domain structured mesh (3D)
-Mesh quality                                                                                                       
Session 4:                                                                                                           
-intro to CFD
-Turbulence models, and Boundary conditions
-Solving flow in pipe (comparing different cases) (CFX)
-Solving flow over a car model (CFX)
-Solving flow in a Convergent Divergent nozzle (CFX) (supersonic flow)

Session 5:
-GUI of Fluent
-Solving flow in pipe (comparing CFX and Fluent results)
-Solving flow over aerofoil (Fluent) 
-Solving supersonic flow over a wedge (Fluent)
-Solving a combustion chamber case (Fluent)
-Solving a convergent divergent nozzle case(Fluent)

Session 6:
-GUI of CFD-post
-Using CFD-post to view results with all Fluent and CFX projects
-Solving a water filling in a tank case (Fluent)
-heat exchanger- heat transfer (Fluent)
-Solving Rotating Cylinder case (Fluent)
-Simple FSI Fluid Solid interaction case (Fluent)
-Boiling water in a tank case (Fluent)
-Solar load and radiation case (Fluent)

Session 7:
-VAWT (vertical axial wind turbine) (Fluent)
-Pipe in a wall heat transfer (Fluent)
-Car in a garage case (Fluent)
-Gate in a pipe (UDF + dynamic mesh) (Fluent)
-Centrifugal Compressor (Fluent)
-bullets race Advanced FSI case (Fluent)

Ansys Workbench – Analysis Engineering Training Program

If you want to be an Analysis Engineer with Ansys Workbench join this Course !

Created by Academy of Engineering - Institute of Expert Training Programs


Students: 1402, Price: $19.99

Students: 1402, Price:  Paid

ANSYS is a general purpose software, used to simulate interactions of all disciplines of physics, structural, vibration, fluid dynamics, heat transfer and electromagnetic for engineers.

So ANSYS, which enables to simulate tests or working conditions, enables to test in virtual environment before manufacturing prototypes of products. Furthermore, determining and improving weak points, computing life and foreseeing probable problems are possible by 3D simulations in virtual environment.

ANSYS software with its modular structure as seen in the table below gives an opportunity for taking only needed features. ANSYS can work integrated with other used engineering software on desktop by adding CAD and FEA connection modules.

Learning Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) With Validations

A free CFD course that includes a "Crash Course in CFD" and "ANSYS Fluent 2D NACA 0012 Tutorial and Validation" for 2021

Created by Anthony Tang - Fluid Dynamic Researcher


Students: 1180, Price: Free

Students: 1180, Price:  Free

In this course, I show the basic techniques and knowledge required for CFD, followed by the execution of the best online CFD case of NACA 0012 airfoil.  This is a elementary simulation that has been done countless times, and it is likely the best you can do with a validation study.  I draw knowledge and experiences from my years of working with a top US research universities, public aerospace companies, and public US entities.  The video begins with understanding the scope and purpose of the video while touching on the basic fluid dynamic principles that are needed for this type of work.  Then, we start to look to use ANSYS and its built in tools like Design Modeler, Mesher, and Fluent.  The basic characteristics of the NACA 0012 airfoil found in this video is found online and it has been well documented for years.  Going through a mesh technique that I personally have refined and has found to work the best, I execute the simulation and find that my results match NASA's experimental data very well.  In reality, getting such as low error is basically unrealistic and there always are experimental errors and numerical errors.  This is one of the few cases that CFD does very well in, but that can be discussed more in the future video.

Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS APDL

Analysis of 1D element using ANSYS APDL

Created by Patil Nivrutti - ME Design Engineering, Assistant Professor


Students: 1038, Price: $19.99

Students: 1038, Price:  Paid

ANSYS Mechanical APDL for Finite Element Analysis provides a hands-on introduction to engineering analysis using one of the most powerful commercial general purposes finite element programs.  APDL is the foundation for all sophisticated features, many of which are not exposed in the Workbench Mechanical user interface. Students will find a practical and integrated approach that combines finite element theory with best practices for developing, verifying, validating and interpreting the results of finite element models, while engineering professionals will appreciate the deep insight presented on the program’s structure and behavior. Additional topics covered include an introduction to commands, input files, batch processing, and other advanced features in ANSYS.

Ansys Mechanical finite element analysis software is used to simulate computer models of structures, electronics, or machine components for analyzing strength, toughness, elasticity, temperature distribution, fluid flow, and other attributes. Ansys is used to determine how a product will function with different specifications, without building test products or conducting crash tests.

This course introduces new users, or experienced Ansys Mechanical users, to the Ansys Mechanical APDL user interface. The Mechanical APDL workflow, graphical user interface, and analysis of simple mechanical components like Beam, Bar, Truss, Plate etc. . With this foundation in place, users can apply this knowledge to efficiently set up, solve, and post process virtually any type of analysis.

ANSYS ICEMCFD Hexa Basic course (Part 1)

Create high quality hexa meshes in ICEMCFD for accurate CFD simulation with 66 lectures and 12 comprehensive workshops

Created by Sijal Ahmed - CFD Engineer,CFD Instructor


Students: 648, Price: $29.99

Students: 648, Price:  Paid

In this course students will learn basics of hexa meshing along with geometry operations and various other options in ICEMCFD. After going through lectures, we will apply this knowledge in 10 workshops which are designed to give you hand on practice on different commands and method in ICEMCFD.

Recently I have added two more workshops on hexa meshing of 2D turbine and compressor blades with periodic boundaries. Here you will learn about the complex application of multiple O-Grids (C-Grid, Quarter O-Grid etc) along with shifted periodic concept.

After going this course you will be able to understand hexa meshing concept, geometry operations etc and apply them on real world problems.

Last updated: August 06, 2020

Finite Element Analysis by Application of Software

This course will teach you a Practical examples, numerical, MATLAB programs, ANSYS of FEA

Created by Rahul Rakhade - Assistant Professor


Students: 633, Price: Free

Students: 633, Price:  Free

The finite element analysis is a numerical method for solving problems of engineering and mathematical physics. The course deals with problems from the area which includes structural analysis, heat transfer, fluid flow, mass transport, electromagnetic potential, topology optimization, modal analysis, transient analysis etc. after completion of this course student are able to perform static structural analysis, modal analysis and thermal analysis. Finite element analysis (FEA) is a computerised method for predicting how a product reacts to real-world forces, vibration, heat, fluid flow and other physical effects. Finite element analysis shows whether a product will break, wear out or work the way it was designed. It is called analysis, but in the product development process, it is used to predict what's going to happen when the product is used. To solve a problem, the FEM subdivides a large system into smaller, simpler parts that are called finite elements. This is achieved by a particular space discretization in the space dimensions, which is implemented by the construction of a mesh of the object: the numerical domain for the solution, which has a finite number of points. The finite element method formulation of a boundary value problem finally results in a system of algebraic equations. The method approximates the unknown function over the domain.[1] The simple equations that model these finite elements are then assembled into a larger system of equations that models the entire problem. The FEM then uses variational methods from the calculus of variations to approximate a solution by minimizing an associated error function.

Ansys Basic Course-Basics of FEM & Static Analysis Tutorials

Basics and fundamentals of finite element analysis, Ansys static analysis tutorials

Created by Amr Shaaban - Assistant professor at Mechanical Engineering dept, ASU


Students: 602, Price: $24.99

Students: 602, Price:  Paid

This is a basic course that focuses on finite element analysis and its applications. The course provides an essential theoretical background for any FE solver user. The evolution of FEM, basic definitions, types of elements, analysis types, model fidelity, pre-processing and post-processing are all discussed with the aid of some mathematical and technical applications. Besides, the course includes 11 static analysis tutorials on Ansys software to link the theoretical background to the software application. Finally, there are many assignments and working files annexed to the lectures, to allow students the opportunity to apply what they learn on their own, also the slides are attached to lecture for the student's convenience.

ANSYS CFD for Turbulent Aerodynamics Flows

You will learn about the aerodynamic flows CFD using Ansys ICEMCFD and Ansys Fluent

Created by Sijal Ahmed - CFD Engineer,CFD Instructor


Students: 587, Price: $49.99

Students: 587, Price:  Paid

In this course you will learn about the CFD of external aerodynamics. In this course first we will create geometry of airfoil in ICEMCFD and then we will create high quality hexa mesh. After that we will solve this case in Fluent. 

You will run case at angle of attack zero and angle of attack 10 and compare results with NASA data for Cp, lift coefficient and drag coefficient.

In future we will introduce more complex problems. Hope to see you soon on course.

ANSYS from Drawing to Results Visualization – CFD and FEA

Top Notch ANSYS Workbench Training with the Application of Verified Real World Problems

Created by Mahmoud A.A.M - Co-Founder of DeltaCore Engineering Solutions


Students: 583, Price: $19.99

Students: 583, Price:  Paid

Welcome to our ANSYS professional course!

We are glad to present this comprehensive course that contains at the beginning number of crucial fundamentals and basics related to the big idea of simulation and CFD in a simple and interesting way.

After that, a detailed explanation of DesignModeler is presented with a high quality and organized content and examples with a step by step illustration.

The next section is the ANSYS Meshing that has been divided into several videos with a well-organized flow of ideas in order to simplify the meshing process and generate high-quality structured hexa mesh. Also, the theory related to meshing is summarized in animated presentations. In addition, 3 special tools have been programmed for the purpose of meshing optimization.

After meshing, 5 real-world application examples, with a special experimentally validated example that simulates the solar load, are solved using ANSYS Mechanical Thermal, ANSYS Mechanical Structural, and ANSYS FLUENT. Also, the parametric analysis has been used in one of the examples. Through those examples, you can see the powerful tools of ANSYS Workbench and the different results we can get. The results of the first four examples have been verified by comparing them to analytical calculations and empirical correlations. The last example is validated with the experimentally measured data for a box solar cooker using both solar load methods (i.e. experimental inputs and solar calculator).

Throughout the course, multiple practice activities are continuously added to help the student mastering the key ideas of each section of the course.

Ansys Meshing for FEA Models

FEA Meshing Techniques

Created by Koti Pramod Reddy Guntaka - CAE Application Engineer


Students: 539, Price: Free

Students: 539, Price:  Free

• I need to take a high degree of control over the generated mesh, what tools are available?

• I would prefer a high degree of automation in production of the mesh, what tools are available?

• How can I balance results accuracy with computational efficiency?

• Is it possible to create a fully hexahedral mesh?

• Can I take advantage of parallel processing to speed up the meshing process?


This course will be of major benefit to all engineers intending to perform FEA simulations. The basic principles of mesh generation, the workflow and best practices for efficiently creating meshes for Ansys FEA simulations will be presented and practiced.

Learning Outcome:

Following completion of this course, you will be able to;

• Discover the Ansys meshing interface

• Discover the different meshing methods

• Define the mesh global settings on all the geometrical entities

• Define local mesh settings on specific entities

• Look to the Mesh metrics and statistics

• Improve the mesh quality


No previous Ansys Meshing experience is required but some background knowledge of the basic principles of FEA is desirable.

Target Audience:

Mechanical Engineers, Automobile Engineers and Designers tending to mesh their geometry and prepare it for a Structural simulation.

Teaching Method:

Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge.

ANSYS Workbench – Introduction to simulation design

Basic guide to create mechanical simulations within this free finite element analysis program.

Created by AulaGEO Academy - Specialists in GIS - BIM - LAND and Smart process training


Students: 533, Price: $89.99

Students: 533, Price:  Paid

More and more engineers are using Solid Modelers with the Finite Element Method to solve daily problems of stress states, deformations, heat transfer, fluid flow, electromagnetism, among others. This course presents a collection of classes aimed at the basic management of ANSYS Workbench, one of the most comprehensive and extended solids modeling, simulation and optimization programs.

Classes go through topics of geometry creation, stress analysis, heat transfer and vibration modes. We will also discuss the generation of finite element meshing.

The progress of the course is planned to follow the design steps in logical order, so each topic will help us reach increasingly complex analyzes.

As we discuss the basics, you will find practical examples that you can run on your own computer to increase your skills. You can advance at your own pace, or even go to topics where you need to reinforce knowledge.

ANSYS Workbench 15.0 has been developed on a framework that allows you to introduce a new way of working with your projects in a schematic way. Here you will learn to use these tools, whether you have worked with previous versions or if you are starting.


In the geometry creation section we will guide you through the process of creating and editing geometries in preparation for analysis in ANSYS Mechanical, covering topics such as:

  • User interface

  • Creation of sketches

  • Creation of 3D geometries.

  • Import data from other modelers

  • Model with parameters

  • Mechanical

In the following sections we will focus on the mechanical simulation module. Here you will learn how to use this module effectively to build a mechanical simulation model, analyze it and interpret the results, covering topics such as:

  • The analysis process

  • Static structural analysis

  • Vibration Modes Analysis

  • Thermal analysis

  • Case studies with multiple scenarios

We will always be updating the information for you, so you will have a dynamic course where you can find useful and practical data.

Ansys – Finite Element Analysis and Industrial Applications

Linear Static Analysis with Finite Element Method

Created by Burak BALLI - Makine Mühendisi


Students: 393, Price: $19.99

Students: 393, Price:  Paid

We are going to make a detailed examination of linear static analysis in the tutorial. After learning the necessary fundamentals, we will focus on the static structural section. In the static structural section, we'll see all of the loads, supports, contacts, joints, and mesh types with applications.

Versions 19.2, 19.3, and 2020R2 were used in the tutorial. For more detailed information and surprises, don't forget to visit my Instagram page (@ansysegitim) :)

We can gather the tutorial under 2 topics as introductory and advanced tutorials. We will be learning the topics below for the introductory course.

Before reviewing these topics, I need to make it clear to you. First of all, let's talk about what the tutorial does not include :)

I did not include the non-linear analysis at this stage, since the topic is advanced. You are not going to see crashed trucks, plate-piercing bullets, flying aircraft, rockets, tanks or rifles, etc in the tutorial. All of these need separate courses. For this reason, learning them as a beginner in 10 minutes, 30 minutes, or 1-hour courses only teaches you to make colorful animations of that truck or plane :) The topics require mastery separately.

Now, let's examine what awaits us in the course.

In the introduction part, my aim is to teach to use the Ansys. Each of the lessons is created with the aim of learning one specific topic within Ansys and is focused on that purpose. For example, if we are trying to learn the topic of boundary conditions, then we don't struggle to get fine mesh quality or structures or we don't need to prepare the model for meshing while we are learning the topic of contacts.

You will get a better understanding of the applications after the theoretical lessons.

In the tutorial, we will not only go to the analysis results with a few mouse clicks, we will reach the results by explaining which option we used and why we used it. Thus, after a while, you will be able to make many applications yourself.

I have also covered in detail topology optimization (weight reduction) which is indispensable for design.

I have also covered the topic of optimization. You will learn how to keep stresses below your desired value while improving the design by creating parameters.

I have included in detail truss systems and structural analysis which are indispensable for static analysis.

You will learn how to analyze fasteners especially bolted connections.

I also added many more topics and applications related to static analysis to the first section of the tutorial

In the second section, the advanced sections, we will be examining the following topics.

Firstly, I wanted to make a reminder by going back to the fundamentals of engineering concepts from the very beginning. The fundamentals are topics that we must know and even develop. Under the title of fundamentals of engineering, you will see the topics of Stress, Strain, Young's modulus, Poisson's Ratio, and some important Material Properties.

I explained all the commands separately that we will use frequently while preparing the geometries on SpaceClaim. We will discuss how to prepare a geometry/model, what should we pay attention to while preparing a geometry, what we should simplify, what should we keep in the geometry, and how to prepare geometry for meshing.

I tried to explain the topic of advanced mesh in great detail from the scratch in advanced level mesh lessons. I started by teaching the mesh element types, the element orders, the effect of element types on the results, how to find the optimized element size, and how to make a mesh convergence study. I also gave you the tips that FEA Experts frequently use to obtain fine mesh structures. I suggest you definitely don't miss this part.

Under the title of advanced contact, we discussed the questions of what we should pay attention to while creating contact regions, which contact type is decent for which structures and what sub-settings come out while creating contact regions, how does it affect the results, when to use it and when to ignore it.

We examined the topic of submodeling which is indispensable for an analysis. You will learn how to create a submodel and what you should pay attention to while creating them.

And the final and great topic is the Industrial Applications. You should definitely not miss it. You will see some real-world engineering problems that I have run the analysis as a structural analysis engineer. We examined these projects in detail and examined how we solved them from the very beginning to the very end of the analysis (The dimensions of the projects were changed and some changes were made to ensure that they were not exactly the same but you will get the main idea).

Goodbye for now...

Finite Element Analysis with MATLAB and ANSYS

Write FEM codes for 1D, 2D, and 3D Structural Analysis and FEA

Created by Dr. Cong Tien Nguyen - PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering


Students: 313, Price: $49.99

Students: 313, Price:  Paid

Active Coupon: 3F20538CFFE1F4833B7D

This course is in an example-based format for Finite Element Analysis, including various examples for 1D Truss, 2D Truss, 3D Truss, 2D plane stress, 2D plane strain, and 3D solid elements.

In each example, first, key formulations are provided to summary the theories. Next, you will be clearly instructed to write your FEM codes, ANSYS scripts. Every line of code will be clearly explained. After that, detailed instructions to extract results (displacements, stress, strain) from ANSYS and your FEM codes are provided. From there, you will learn how to make comprehensive comparisons between your FEM results and ANSYS to verify your codes and your understanding. This will be the best way to prove your understanding and knowledge.

Also, by practicing the examples, you can achieve very good or advanced coding skills in MATLAB and scripting in ANSYS.

Specifically, you will learn following main skills in this course:

  • Fundamental theories in Finite Element Analysis (FEA);

  • How to write FEM codes for various interesting problems of 1D, 2D, and 3D structures;

  • How to write advanced ANSYS scripts for various interesting problems of 1D, 2D, and 3D structures;

  • How to extract results from ANSYS and your FEM codes to make a comprehensive comparison.

  • Advanced MATLAB coding skills for FEA and plotting high-quality figures.

ANSYS Meshing = Learn how to use Ansys Meshing effectively

Meshing Method, Global Mesh Control, Local Mesh Control,Core Skill, Mesh Quality

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 219, Price: $29.99

Students: 219, Price:  Paid

This Ansys Meshing course is aimed to those who want to learn how to create high quality mesh. Each chapter has specific workshop model,showing how to use the tools(step by step), for doing more practice.

Following topics will is to be covered in this course;

Chapter 1= Student will learn how to launching mesh, using mesh method,creating named selection,Inflation,on overview of the interface,section planes, Mesh Metric and doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 2=  Learn difference between the Main Meshing method such as Tetrahedral(Patch Conforming and Patch Independent) and Hex Meshing(Sweept, Multizone ,Hex dominant) and learn how to recording the meshing and doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 3=  Specifically focus Global Meshing,using to make global adjustment in the meshing strategy  such as Adaptive, Curvature, Proximity, Inflation, Quality, Statistic,used for mesh sizing and doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 4= Student will learn how to use the local control meshing method such as Method for body(Automatic,Tetrahedrons,Hex Dominant, Sweep), for sizing (Edge,face) with different type(Element sizing,Sphere of Influence,body of Influence and Factor of Global Size), Inflation, Pinch,Face Meshing, and Node Move and doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 5= Student will learn how to check the mesh quality,quality criteria, method for checking Mesh quality and tools to improve Quality in the Meshing and doing more practice with Workshop model section.

It will helps you to build efficient meshes before set - up effective solver configurations for a wide range of problems..

ANSYS Workbench Tutorials

Learn Design Modeler usage and simulation of various Static Structural, Modal and Thermal Analysis Modules

Created by Samanwita Roy - Assistant Professor with 10 years experience


Students: 200, Price: $69.99

Students: 200, Price:  Paid

This course is a tutorial on ANSYS Workbench. It takes you through various modules of ANSYS Workbench like Static Structural, Modal,  and Steady-State Thermal Analysis. Various numerical are solved to explain various concepts and features of the software. Various assignments are given for practice so that expertise can be gained in handling the software.

Ansys TurboGrid: Complete course for beginners

Learn how to create high quality mesh quickly using Ansys Turbogrid

Created by Kirubakaran P - Aerospace Engineer


Students: 130, Price: $19.99

Students: 130, Price:  Paid

This course provides the complete fundamentals of Ansys Turbogrid meshing for turbomachinery components.

The course contents include demonstration of mesh generation for axial compressors, centrifugal compressors and axial turbines. There are two NASA test cases included in the course. The mesh generated for these models can be used for CFD validation purpose. Two assignments are provided in this course for practicing mesh generation using turbogrid. This will help to get hands on experience with the software.

There is a bonus part in the end, which demonstrates how to import the generated mesh into Ansys CFX, solve and post-process the results. This is to provide basic understanding of the operation of gas turbine components.

ANSYS Fluent Electric Arc Simulation with MHD module

Simulation with the module MHD

Created by Julio Bautista - Energy Engineer


Students: 77, Price: $49.99

Students: 77, Price:  Paid

In this course you will learn the methodology for simulation of electric arcs through the software ANSYS-FLUENT. You will learn all the necessary steps for the activation, geometry, mesh, simulation and interpret the results. In addition to knowing about the theory of electric arc and ways of applying it in other models that involve electromagnetic phenomena.

Ansys Mechanical Fluent CFD Using Projects Beginner to Adv.

Ansys Mechanical- Learn Beginner to Advanced Level of CFD using Ansys Fluent and Ansys Workbench

Created by Ujjwal Tutorial Keep You Ahead - Teacher, Mechanical Engineer


Students: 71, Price: $34.99

Students: 71, Price:  Paid

Learn Ansys Fluent CFD Mechanical Using Projects Beginner to Advanced, Ansys Workbench- This course is well structure course based on the current situation of requirement, this course is designed in that way so that students can learn industry standard things which is utilizing in research field nowadays.

Even you are beginner you a learn this course and become hero in Ansys CFD. you will learn project based learning which will give you an edge to go ahead of using this software.

In this course we have added projects one by one in that way so that you can learn the basic first and then go for advanced level.

This course is taught in two parts one is for beginner level, in the beginner level we have added total 5 projects with step by step tutorial.

and in the next part of the course you will get advanced level projects those even taught in pretty simple way so that you can easily able to understand the steps and follow it.

So, that you can be industry ready after completing the course.

2nd part of this course having 5 more projects, so in this course total projects you will learn 10, which will help you to learn numerous problem solving skills which is really a good way to learn Ansys CFD.

Why to Get This Course?

1. Learn Ansys Started from Zero Level to Advanced Level.

2. Instructor is having great level of experience, done M.Tech & PhD* from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur & Kharagpur Respectively.

3. 10+ Hours of Great Learning Experience.

4. Project based Learning.

and Many more

What are you waiting for you?

You also have Full 30 days money back guarantee.

So, click on Buy Now and enroll to the course and learn Ansys CFD.

See you in course.

Advanced Ansys Fluent = Let’s focus Advanced Topic

Turbulance, Heat Transfer, Transient, Moving Zones & Non Conformal Interfaces, Best Practice Guideline

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 67, Price: $44.99

Students: 67, Price:  Paid

This is an advanced level courses and focus specific main topic,listed below. Also This course is a perfect fusion of CFD theory and software exposure. This course explicitly focuses on solver and post-processing part od typical CFD process using simulation tools Ansys Fluent. Each chapter has specific workshop model,showing how to use the tools(step by step), for doing more practice.

Following topic will be covered in this course;

Chapter 1=  To learn how to set up and solve turbulent flows using different turbulence models and near wall treatments, learn how to use the post process y+ and also Turbulence Flow Characteristic, Learn Turbulence Model such as Spalart Allmaras Model, K-E Models such as Standart K-E , Realizable K-E models, K-W models, Calculating Y+, Boundary Layer Profiles,Wall Modelling Strategies  such as Using Wall Functions, Resolving the Viscous Sublayers,Enhanced Wall Treatments , Inlet Boundary Conditions. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 2 = Heat Transfer type such as Convection, Conduction, Radiation, Modeling Heat Transfer in Walls such as Mesh the wall, Specified Wall Thickness and Specified Shell Conduction, Conjugate Heat Transfer, Post Processing Heat Transfer and Natural convection of the heated air and modelling thermal radiation. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 3=Focus specifically for Transient(Unsteady CFD Analysis), learn how to Select the suitable Transient Time Step Size, Converge Behavior, Solution Method, Using the Non-Iterative Time Advancement(NITA), Animations-Unsteady Flow Modeling, Post-Processing, Transient Charts, Fourier Transform, Auto saving results during the simulation and generating animations of the solutions. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 4=Inserting Non Conformal Interfaces, Periodic Boundary Conditions, Moving Zones such as Moving Reference Frames, Moving /Deforming Domains and Different Approaches such as Single Reference Frame(SRF) , Multiple Reference Frame(MRF), Mixing Plane(MPM), Sliding Mesh(SMM). Doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Chapter 5= Different Source of Error such as  Round off Errors, Iteration Errors, Solution Errors, Model Errors and Meshing Best Practice Guidelines comparison with experimental data. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.

Ansys Fluent – Classic Workflow

Classic Workflow

Created by Koti Pramod Reddy Guntaka - CAE Application Engineer


Students: 30, Price: $69.99

Students: 30, Price:  Paid

Ansys Fluent - Classic Workflow will teach you how to do a basic CFD simulation starting from a geometry in Ansys Space Claim Direct Modeler, creating a computational mesh in Workbench Meshing and solving and visualizing results in Ansys Fluent. This workflow is recommended if you want an easy to use tool to create structured or unstructured mesh on simple to semi complicated geometries. This Workbench based workflow in is easy to parameterize and fully automated so it is also a good starting point for design exploration.


This course teaches the essential skills you will need to start performing basic computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations on your own using Ansys Fluent software. Instructor demos and hands-on workshops cover every aspect of the end-to-end CFD workflow, including working with CAD models in Ansys SpaceClaim, creating quality CFD meshes with Ansys Meshing, and all aspects of performing CFD simulations in Ansys Fluent . Course Modules 01 through 05 are organized into geometry (Ansys SpaceClaim), meshing (Ansys Meshing) and solver (Ansys Fluent) topics, and for each of these three topics students go through the complete end-to-end workflow of a different CFD problem.

Teaching Method:

Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge. A major emphasis is placed on teaching by software demonstration and on the development of a solution to a design challenge from start to finish.

Finite Element Analysis with MATLAB & ANSYS: BEAM STRUCTURES

FEA for Beam Structures: 2D, 3D Roof, House Frames, Offshore Structures, 2D and 3D Lattice Structures

Created by Dr. Cong Tien Nguyen - PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering


Students: 28, Price: $59.99

Students: 28, Price:  Paid

  • In this course you will learn:

  1. Key formulations for 2D, 3D beam elements in Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

  2. Two-node beam element and its formulations

  3. How to deal with complex 3D beam structures

  4. How to write FEM codes in MATLAB to analyse complex 3D beam structures

  5. How to write input files and run FEA in ANSYS

  6. How to calculate stress, strain in complex beam structures

  7. How to attract ANSYS results and make comparison between the results from your own FEM codes and ANSYS

  • During the course, you will conduct FEA for various beam structures in the following projects:

  1. Single cantilever beam.

  2. An L-frame.

  3. 2D roof structure.

  4. 3D roof structure.

  5. Frames of a 60 m high building.

  6. An offshore structure/ jacket platform.

  7. A 2D lattice structure with negative Poisson's ratio.

  8. A 3D lattice structure with negative Poisson's ratio (homework).

  9. Stress and strain calculations

  • MATLAB codes for all projects are available for download and practice.

  • ANSYS input files for all projects are available for download and practice.

  • Lecture notes (PowerPoints) for all tutorials are are available for download.

  • Additional supports will always available up on request.

  • Coupon is available up on request.

About me: I am currently a Postdoctoral Researcher in the department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering of the University of Strathclyde. I received a Ph.D. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. My research interests focus on Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI), Fracture Mechanics, Peridynamics, Fatigue, Corrosion, Machine Learning.

Ansys Fluent Class#6 Let’s do more practice&Focus Turbulence

Ansys Space Claim(Practice-Repairing Model), Ansys Mesh(Practice-Global Control), Ansys Fluent(Turbulence)

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 27, Price: $19.99

Students: 27, Price:  Paid

Chapter 1= Space Claim(Repairing Model)

Completion of this workshop will help to gain an understanding of:

How to repair poor geometry

•How to implement best practices when working in SpaceClaim

•Importing CAD geometry

•Specialized tools available in SpaceClaim

Chapter2= Ansys Meshing(Global Meshing)

This workshop will demonstrate the use of global controls for mesh sizing and inflation. This workshop will use a CAD file imported directly into the Meshing Application

Starting ANSYS Meshing

•Generating a mesh

•Using Advanced Size Functions




Chapter 3=Turbulence       

Turbulence   Flow Characteristic       

Overview of   Computational Approaches       

Turbulence   Models       

Spalart   Allmaras Model       

K-E Model       

Standart K-E   Model       

Realizable K-E   Model       

k-w model       

SST K-w Model       


RNG K-E model       

Reynolds   Stress Model(RSM)       

Calculating Y+       

Turbulent   Boundary Layer Profiles       

Wall Modeling   Strategies       

Using Wall   Functions       

Resolving the   Viscous Sublayers       

Enhanced Wall   Treatments       

y+ for the SST   and K-W Models       

Inlet Boundary   


Summary RANS   

Turbulence Models       

Workshop :   Turbulence    

•To   understand how to set up and solve turbulent flows using different turbulence   models and near wall treatments       

•To understand   how to post-process y+       

•To understand   the importance of realistic boundary conditions       

•To understand   how to compare results with data in CFD-Post and easily perform results   comparisons using Workbench   

Ansys Fluent Class#2 Let’s do more practice&SettingUpPhysics

Ansys-Space Claim Core-Skills Tutorial,Meshing Core Skill Tutorial and Ansys Fluent Overview with Air Monifold Workshop

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 24, Price: $19.99

Students: 24, Price:  Paid

This course is a perfect fusion of CFD theory and software exposure. This course explicitly focuses on Space Claim,Meshing and part of typical CFD process using simulation tools Ansys Fluent.

  • Ansys Space Claim= Doing practice with using Workshop model and Students will learn how to launch the Space Claim Direct Modeler,importing geometry, Exploring/familiarize the Ribbon Toolbars,Structural Tree.


    To start   SpaceClaim in standalone mode and from Workbench       

    To become   acquainted with geometry creation basics       

    To become   acquainted with the structure tree       

    To import   geometry within current component and as a new component   

    It   starts by creating sketches using the Sketch Creation Tools       

    The Pull Tool   is than used to create 3D geometry from the sketch   

  • Ansys Meshing =  Doing practice with using Workshop model and Student will learn how to launching mesh, genrating a mesh, creating named selections, using inflation, checking mesh quality, saving the project

    •Generating   a mesh        

    •Creating   Named Selections        

    •Using   Inflation        

    •Checking mesh   quality        

    •Saving the   project    

  • Ansys Fluent= Learning basic steps for CFD Analsys with Ansys Fluent, Launching Ansys Fluent, Fluent Graphic User Interface, using the Ribbons to guide the workflow of the Fluent session, showing the main tabs such as Setting Up domain, check mesh quality, display.Doing more practice with Workshop(Air Monifold) model section.

    Setting up Physics       

    How to define   material properties     

    How to define   cell zone conditions in Fluent including solid zones and porous media       

    The different   boundary condition types in Fluent and how to use them       

    How to specify   well-posed boundary conditions       

    Porous Zone   


    Simplify the Model       

    Create a Mesh       

    Defining Physical Model such   as Turbulance and Energy       

    Selecting Material Property       

    Defining   Boundary Conditions       

    Setting up   solution monitors       

    Running the   simulation     

    Post   Processing   

Ansys Fluent Class#3

Space Claim(Creating Model), Meshing (Meshing Method), Fluent(Post-Processing)

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 24, Price: $19.99

Students: 24, Price:  Paid

  • Space Claim= Creating 3D Model from scratch with using tools such as sketch creation,pull, blend,Split body,move, do practice with assembly model, and detailing the drawings and do practice with workshop model.

    Creating   Sketches       

    Editing   Sketches     

    Space Claim   Interface       

    Switching to   3D Mode       

    Pull Adv       

    Move Adv       

    Fill Adv       

    Blend Adv       

    Combine Adv            

    Split Body Adv       


    Structural   Tree       


  • Ansys Meshing=  Learn difference between the Main Meshing method such as Tetrahedral(Patch Conforming and Patch Independent) and Hex Meshing(Sweept, Multizone ,Hex dominant) and learn how to recording the meshing and doing more practice with Workshop model section.

    Which   method to choose?       

    Hexahedral vs   Tetrahedral       

    Tetrahedral   Meshing       

    Patch   Conforming       

    Patch   Independent       

    Hexhedral   Meshing       



    Hex dominant       

    Automatic   Method       

    Recording   Mesh   

  • Ansys Fluent= Learn how to use the ribbons in the Post-processing section and learn how to do quantitative and qualitative flow performance of the system with using both CFD Post and Fluent also learn how to create graphical objects such as mesh, contour, vector,pathlines, Composing and displaying scenes using scene objects, Alphanumeric post processing of fluxes and integral quantities Defining new variables using custom field functions and creating x-y plot , check the residuals in the Plot section and show how to use animation tools in the CFD Post and Fluent.Doing more practice with Workshop model section.

    Fluent   Post-processing Tools       

  • CFD Post   Application       








  • Plots     

    XY Plot       


    Interpolated   Data       

  • Report       



    Surface   Integrals       

    Volume   Integrals

  • Animation 

  • Workshop1:   Post-processing       

    –Creating surfaces for   post processing        

    –Creating   graphics objects such as contours and vectors       

    –Composing and   displaying scenes using scene objects     

    –Alphanumeric   post-processing of fluxes, forces and integral quantities       

    –Defining new   variables using custom field functions       

    –Basic usage  of CFD-Post     

Ansys Fluent Class#7

Ansys Space Claim(Fluent Modelling), Ansys Meshing(Local Control), Ansys Fluent(Heat Transfer)

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 24, Price: $19.99

Students: 24, Price:  Paid

Chapter 1= Ansys Space Claim(Fluent Modelling)

Do simplification on the existing model to prepared it for Meshing section and also Create Volume Extraction and Enclosure, work on the assembly part and learn how to create share topology

Merge Faces       

Volume   Extraction       


Chapter 2= Ansys Meshing( Local Mesh Control)

Student will learn how to use the local control meshing method such as Method for body(Automatic,Tetrahedrons,Hex Dominant, Sweep), for sizing (Edge,face) with different type(Element sizing,Sphere of Influence,body of Influence and Factor of Global Size), Inflation, Pinch,Face Meshing, and Node Move




Hex Dominant       







Element Sizing       

Sphere of   Influence       

Face Meshing       


Node Move       

2D Meshing 

Chapter 3= Ansys Fluent( Heat Transfer)      

Heat Transfer type such as Convection, Conduction, Radiation, Modeling Heat Transfer in Walls such as Mesh the wall, Specified Wall Thickness and Specified Shell Conduction, Conjugate Heat Transfer, Post Processing Heat Transfer and Natural convection of the heated air and modelling thermal radiation. Doing more practice with Workshop model section. 

Heat   Transfer Types       

Convection Transfer     

Conduction   Heat Transfer       

Radiation Heat   Transfer       

Choosing a   Radiation Heat Transfer       

Mixed Option       

Modeling Heat   Transfer in Walls       

Option1: Mesh   the wall       

Option2: Specified Wall Thickness       

Option3: Specified Shell Conduction       

Conjugate Heat   Transfer       

Post   Processing Heat Transfer       

Demo: Heat   Transfer Through Pipe       

Workshop 02:   Heat Transfer   

–Conjugate   heat transfer (simultaneous conduction in a solid part coupled at walls to convection in the fluid)       

– Natural   convection of the heated air       

– Modelling thermal radiation     

Ansys Fluent Class#9

Ansys Space Claim(from SC to Wb), Ansys Meshing(Mesh Quality) and Ansys Fluent(Non Conformal Interfaces and Moving Zones

Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer


Students: 19, Price: $19.99

Students: 19, Price:  Paid

  • Chapter 1= Ansys Space Claim

    Transfer file from Space Claim to Workbench and learn how to use Simplification tools such as split faces,split edges,imprint, mid-surfaces, and exporting named selection and Parameters to Workbench and also learn Python Script-basic in the Space Claim


    Split Faces

    Split Edges






    Python Script

  • Chapter 2= Ansys Meshing

    Student will learn how to check the mesh quality,quality criteria, method for checking Mesh quality and tools to improve Quality in the Meshing

    Impact of the Mesh Quality on the Solution

    Quality criteria

    Methods for checking the Mesh Quality


    Virtual Tapology

    Parameter Set 

  • Chapter 3 = Ansys Fluent

    Inserting Non Conformal Interfaces, Periodic Boundary Conditions, Moving Zones such as Moving Reference Frames, Moving /Deforming Domains and Different Approaches such as Single Reference Frame(SRF) , Multiple Reference Frame(MRF), Mixing Plane(MPM), Sliding Mesh(SMM)


    Inserting Non Conformal Interfaces       

    Periodic   Boundary Conditions       

    Moving Zones           

    Moving Reference Frames           

    Moving /Deforming Domains       

    Different   Approaches          

    Single Reference Frame(SRF)       

    Multiple   Reference Frame(MRF)       

    Mixing   Plane(MPM)       

    Sliding   Mesh(SMM)       


  • Workshop 1.1:   Using Moving Reference Frames and Sliding Meshes       

    Moving Reference Frame   Approach   

  • Workshop 1.2:   Using Moving Reference Frames and Sliding Meshes        

    Sliding Mesh Approach