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Bicycle crank analysis with Ansys Mechanical

30.0

This tutorial package offers a comprehensive introduction to linear-static analysis using Ansys Mechanical, focusing on a bicycle crank made from Aluminum 6061-T6. Whether you're a beginner looking to get started with FEA or an experienced engineer seeking to refine your skills, the package provides a strong foundation in the fundamental techniques needed to succeed in real-world applications.

The tutorial covers the essential steps in finite element analysis (FEA), including the model setup, simulation, and interpretation of results. By leveraging Ansys Mechanical, users will perform a full simulation on the crank geometry to assess stress distribution, deformation, and safety under load conditions. Key topics include mesh generation along with mesh refinement, and the application of boundary conditions. The tutorial guides users through material property assignment, mesh independence, and validation with hand calculations, ensuring accuracy.

Â Ansys-specific features, including post-processing tools for analyzing total deformation, bending stress, and the factor of safety, are thoroughly demonstrated. This package also highlights the power and efficiency of Ansys Mechanical, emphasizing its user-friendly interface and ability to handle complex simulations with greater precision compared to competitors, making it one of the best-in-class structural analysis FEA software.

Airfoil simulation with different angles of Attack | Ansys fluent

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Airfoils are a vital and important part of many industrial units. For example, in many kinds of rotary equipment such as gas turbines and wind turbines or compressors, airfoils play a vital role. Another usage of airfoils is in the aviation industry, which they used in airplane wings. The crucial parameters that are important in airfoils are the drag and lift forces or drag and lift coefficients. By using these parameters, we can design better airfoils to achieve greater lift coefficients and lesser drag coefficients. With this package, you learn airfoil simulation; how to design, mesh, and simulate an airfoil. Also, you learn how to link MATLAB to Ansys Fluent to change the geometrical constraints and boundary conditions automatically (airfoil simulation Ansys). You can use this method for your own optimization.

Mixing tank simulation with Ansys fluent(2D and 3D)

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The mixing process is crucial and highly effective in various industrial applications. It finds application in industries such as food and cement manufacturing, among others. This course focuses on the implementation of mixing processes in both 2D and 3D spaces. This course begins with designing the geometry with complete details. Next, we learn how to use Ansys Meshing software to mesh the geometry in detail and assess the mesh quality. Following this, we apply appropriate two-phase and turbulence models to simulate the process, allowing us to analyze the results. Additionally, we create animations of the process to visualize how the mixing process occurs.