Finite Element Modeling using ANSYS

finite element modeling using ansys

Finite Element Modeling using ANSYS

Ansys develops and markets engineering simulation software for use across the product life cycle. 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, electromagnetism, 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. For example, Ansys software may simulate how a bridge will hold up after years of traffic, how to best process salmon in a cannery to reduce waste, or how to design a slide that uses less material without sacrificing safety.

Most Ansys simulations are performed using the Ansys Workbench system, which is one of the company’s main products. Typically, Ansys users break down larger structures into small components that are each modeled and tested individually. A user may start by defining the dimensions of an object, and then adding weight, pressure, temperature and other physical properties. Finally, the Ansys software simulates and analyzes movement, fatigue, fractures, fluid flow, temperature distribution, electromagnetic efficiency and other effects over time.

Host: Dr. Syed Mizanur Rahman, Sr. Consulting Engineer, ANSYS Inc.

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Brief Biography of Dr. Mizan:

Engineering professional with a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering from North Carolina State University and 15 years’ experience leveraging analytical mindset, design capabilities, and knowledge of integrated nuclear systems and components as well as fundamentals of nuclear plant site operations to complete complex, large-scale projects. Diversified experiences include engine and heavy equipment component model development and analysis.
Technical Experiences:
• Structural/thermal FEM modeling for composite/reinforced/prestressed concrete and steel structures
• FE model development and analysis of industrial large engines and heavy equipment components
• Prestressed tendon modeling and design
• Dynamic analysis
• Cracked concrete analysis
• Nonlinear impact simulation
• Response spectrum, Time-history analysis in time/frequency domain
• Submodel development/analysis
• Soil-structure interaction analysis
• Soil spring generation and basemat/pile foundation design
• Seismic time history generation
• Sliding and overturning analysis
• Fluid-structure interaction analysis
• Nonlinear construction scenario analysis
• Wind, tornado, seismic and water sloshing load analysis
• Steel structure analysis and design
• Design with ACI 349, ACI 359, ACI 318, AISC, NUREG, ASCE
• ANSYS Customized Tool, In-house design and post-processing tool development
• ANSYS MAPDL/WORKBENCH, LS-DYNA, ABAQUS, NASTRAN/PATRAN, FLUENT, GT-STRUDL, SAP, STAAD.PRO, HYPERMESH, FEMAP
• ASME stress and fatigue analysis and design: ASME N-Certification, NCode Design Life
• Elastic-plastic constitutive models and numerical integration schemes
• Pipe stress analysis and support design
• Design of foundations for dynamic loads
• ICFD, ALE, SPH, Blast, composite, explicit and implicit analysis
• Fatigue, fracture, damage, durability, stress and ratcheting evaluation
• Structural optimization, failure investigation, structural integrity, durability and performance evaluation.

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