Sketcher Mode, Sketcher Environment, Drawing a Sketch Using the Sketcher Tools, Dimensioning the Sketch, Sketched Entities Constraint, Modifying Dimensions, Fillets, Reference coordinate system, Splines, Moving and Resizing, Importing 2D Drawing.
General Interaction, Parametric Models, Basic Modeling, Using a Template, Cut Feature, Intent Manager, Manipulating Sketches, Rounds, Basic Modifications, Datum's, Holes. More Features, Sweeps and Blends, Resolve Features, Layers, Visualizations.
Bottom-up Assembly, Top-up Assembly Components, Redefining the Components of an Assembly, Reordering the Components, Replacing Components, Modifying the Components, Creating the Exploded state, Bill of Material (BOM), Editing Assemblies.
Datum Points, Datum Curves, Relations, Sketcher, Variable Section Sweep, Stan- dard Holes, User defined Features, Advanced Patterns, Family Tables, Advanced Rounds, Helical Sweep, Creating a Map key.
Creating Drawing, Sections, Detailing, Tolerances, GD & T, Text, Formats, Assem- bly Drawings.
Blended Surfaces, Two parallel Curves, Several parallel curves, Non-parallel Curves, Curves in 2 Directions, Swept Blend, Working with Surfaces, Merge, Trim, Solidify, Offset, Mirror, Thicken, Advanced Surfaces, Rounds, Blend Control Points, Tangency Conditions, Extend Surface, Extension Distance, Wrap Feature.
The User Interface, Introduction, Terms, Toolbar, Object Selection and Viewing, Methodology, Unattached Walls, Extrude, Revolve and Flat Walls, Blend and Offset Walls, Additional Walls, Extend and Merge Walls Bend and Unbend, Cut, Round, Chamfer and Hole, Punch and Notch, Bend Back, Form Features, Flat Pattern and Flattern, Connect, Deform Area, Bend Allowance, Setup and Pa- rameters, Bend Order Tables, Projects.
- Solid works contents
- Parts and Features
- Drawings and Detailing
- Sheet metal
- Import and Export
- Motion Studies
User Interface, Managing Files Visualizing Models, Specification Tree Managing Geometry
Introduction to part Design Basic Sketch Based Features Dress Up Features Patterns Additional Dress Up Features
Basic Assemblies, Assembly Overview, Assembly Workbench, Product Specification Tree, Component Reposition Methods, Creating Bottom-Up Assembly, Assembly Constraints
Wireframe and Surface:
Basic Wireframe Geometry, Basic Surfaces Geometrical Sets
Drafting Introduction, Geometry Creation Geometry Modification, Dress Ups View Creation, Secondary Views Editing Drawing, Dimensioning Annotations, Draft Tools Bordering Creation Ballons with Bill of Materials (BOM) Filtering Assembly Drawing Views Customizing Your Drawing Sheet Drafting Workshop Generative Sheet Metal Design Introduction, Parameters Walls, Bends, Features Stampings, Operations, Drawing, GD &T Project
Sheet Metal Modeling
Wall commands, Bends, Views, Stampings/Cuttings, hopper commands, transfor- mation commands
Using the AutoCAD Modules, 3D User Interface Viewing 3D Models, Views Modifying 3D Models, Surface Modeling Solid Modeling, solid editing Sectioning solids, meshing Revolving, extrusion, loft, sweep, shell, slice Helix, mass properties, press/pull Separate, planner surface, project work
Getting started with Hypermesh
- Working with Fe-Models.
- Model viewing option using permanent menu.
Working with geometry
- Basic operations \ failures
- Advanced features for working with before meshing Note: Tips for considerations Edone before meshing
Introduction to Meshing
- Introduction to 2D ? (Shell) elements
- Basic meshing operations & commands
- Meshing of surface using shell elements
- Properties of elements
- Meshing concepts & techniques
- Transitions ? methods
- Advanced features & concepts in shell
- Meshing & features of other 2D ? commands
Introduction to 3D ? elements
- Types of elements
- Features of 3D ? elements
- Types of elements
- Features of 3D ? meshing commands
- Tetra mesh & other 3D commands
Introduction to modification
Advanved features using, using Tool ? panel Commands in Tool ? Panel
Introduction to 1-D elements
Where they are used, when they are using Creation of 1D ? elements & commands Related to 1D elements
Introduction to Boundary conditions
Applying Boundary conditions creating systems Applying loads?.Constrains etc
Other important concepts Include
- Extraction of Mid ? surface, Quality checks
- Writing output checks for the different solves packages.
- Post ? processing (Reviving the result)
- Element, Specification for the project
- Consideration before starting a project.
FEA and ANSYS
- What is FEA?
- About ANSYS
- ANSYS Basics
- ANSYS Workbench Environment The GUI
- Graphics and Picking The Database and Files Saving Files
- Exiting ANSYS File Types
General Analysis Procedure
- Preliminary Decisions Preprocessing Solution
- Post processing
Introduction to ANSYS Modeling
- Direct Generation vs. Solid Modeling Direct Generation
- Creating nodes and elements Filling between nodes
- Setting Element Attributes Solid Modeling
- Bottom up Using key points
- Using lines, splines & arcs
- Using areas and volumes (arbitrary) Top Down
- Creating rectangle, circle, polygon, block, cylinder, prism, sphere, cone and torus. Concepts of hard points, line fillets and area fillets.
- Modeling with Boolean operations
- Intersect, Add, Subtract, Overlap, Glue, Divide
Introduction to Coordinate Systems
- Types of coordinate Systems Global & Local
- Active coordinate system
Introduction to Working Planes
- Creating a new working plane
- Moving and rotating the working plane
Modify / Transformation commands
- Copy, Reflect, Move/ Modify, Scale
Model Creation by Extrusion
Sweeping key points along a trajectory to create lines Revolving key points about an axis to create arcs or full circles, normal to the axis Sweeping lines or splines along a trajectory to get areas
Revolving lines, splines or arcs about an axis to create cylindrical areas. Giving depth to an area to create a volume, normal to the area Creating a volume with tapered faces
Sweeping an area along a trajectory to create a volume Revolving an area about an axis to create a cylindrical volume Extending Lines Modifying an existing line by extending that line to a desired length Creating a new line on the basis of an existing line, where the existing line will not be modified.
Introduction to elements
- One Dimensional Elements
- Two Dimensional Elements
- Two and Half Dimensional Elements
- Three Dimensional Elements
- Quadrilateral Elements
- Triangular Elements
- Brick Elements
- Tetrahedral Elements
- Shell Elements
Introduction to Meshing
- Mapped and free meshing
- How to control mesh size?
- How to use Mesh Tool?
- Concatenation and its significance
- Clearing mesh and re-meshing
- Some useful meshing techniques
- Merging Coincident Points
- Compressing Item Numbers
- Setting Start Number & viewing Start Number Status
- Adding Number Offset
- What is coupling and how to create coupled sets of nodes Static Structural Analysis Modal Analysis Thermal Analysis?