ANSYS Training Videos for BAJA (Workbench, CAE, Fluent)

ANSYS Training Videos

Taught By Experts with Experience in Your Field
Our ANSYS training videos are designed and delivered by ANSYS experts from the BAJA Tutor Race Car Design & Analysis team, who have seen and solved a vast array of engineering simulation challenges, some  likely to be similar to yours.  They will transfer their expertise and experience to you as part of the instruction delivered.

Based on A Proven Curriculum
Through years of experience we have developed a proven curriculum that maximizes learning and retention, and is optimized to best utilize time spent in each class. The videos courses provide the theory behind the engineering simulation solvers, critical for understanding and interpreting the results generated. Knowing the meaning of the key input values and the use of best practices for problem set-up and result analysis greatly accelerates productivity. Hands-on exercises provide familiarity with the product and lead to quick and confident adoption.

ANSYS Training Videos (Classic & Workbench + Exercise Files Tutorials) – 5.6 GB

1st CD – VIDEOS + Exercise Files : 3 GB
  1. Introduction
  2. Mechanical Basics
  3. General Pre-Processing
  4. Meshing in Mechanical
  5. Static Structural Analysis
  6. Modelling Connections
  7. Remote Boundry Conditions
  8. Multistep Analysis
  9. Vibration Analysis
  10. Thermal Analysis
  11. Results & Postprocessing
  12. CAD & Parameters
  13. Training & Exercise Files

2nd CD – Animation & PPT + Exercise Files : 2.6 GB

  1. ANSYS AQWA
  2. ANSYS AUTODYN
  3. ANSYS Blade Modeler
  4. ANSYS CFD – Post
  5. ANSYS Design Modeler
  6. ANSYS Design Explorer
  7. ANSYS EKM
  8. ANSYS Explicit STR
  9. ANSYS Finite Element Modeler
  10. ANSYS ICEM CFD
  11. ANSYS Icepack
  12. ANSYS Mechanical
  13. ANSYS Mechanical APDL
  14. ANSYS Meshing
  15. ANSYS Polyfow
  16. ANSYS TuboGrid
  17. ANSYS Workbench
  18. HFSS
  19. Q3D Extractor
  20. SIWave
  21. SpaceClaim

Price – 999 Rs.

Once the payment is made, send us the confirmation mail to bajatutor@gmail.com and we will send you the file within 24 Hrs.

 


 

 

 

 

Design verification and validation

The main aim of doing this is to avoid the pain of expensive recalls, costly product rework, and unexpected delay in the fabrication. The major factor influencing this is the lack of an effective product design verification and validation process. Verification and validation is the process of ensuring that a design meets requirement. Verification confirms that the products properly reflect the requirements specified for them, ensuring that you built it right. Validation confirms that the product as provided, will fulfill its intended use, ensuring that you build the right thing”. Typical inputs are requirements and design representations such as 2D/3D mechanical CAD drawings and models, electrical schematics, and software code. Typical outputs are determination of whether a design component or system met requirements, description of failure modes, summarized test results and recommendation for design improvements.

 

Example for Design Verification:

Verification is strictly a paper exercise. It starts with taking all the design inputs: specifications, government and industry regulations, knowledge taken from previous designs, and any other information necessary for proper function. With these requirements in hand you compare to your design outputs: drawings, assembly instructions, test instructions, and electronic design files.

Design Requirement C/NC

(Compliance/Non Compliance)

Verification
Max size= 1” * 2”* 3” C Drawing #A12345

If the design requirement is not met, then it should be ensure whether the requirement shall be relaxed.

Example for design validation:

Design Requirement C/NC

(Compliance/Non Compliance)

Verification Value Validation
Max size= 1” * 2”* 3” C Drawing A12345 .98”* 1.8” *2.95” Report order#12645

In this case the actual products specification is validated from the result of verification.After validation, the full set of requirements on one unit of most products can have a reduced level of inspection and testing, depending on factors such as requirements criticality or manufacturing process capability. A good product validation can help decide which requirements need to be checked on every product, and which do not.