- Workflow Description
- Optimization Theory
- STL preparation in SpaceClaim
- Reconstruction of the optimized structure
- Basic response and manufacturing constraints
- Load cases consideration
- Response and manufacturing constraints in dynamics
- 2nd August 2022 - 5th August 2022
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- 1st November 2022 - 4th November 2022
This course is designed to provide the knowledge about the optimization workflow in Ansys Workbench. The complete end-to-end procedure is shown from the original CAD to the final calculation on the optimized shape.
The course includes information about the optimization methods and the general theory. It shows the basic as well as the advanced definitions of optimization for static applications. The optimization in dynamics is also covered in this course.
A part of this course focuses on the geometry tools used in SpaceClaim to prepare and repair the STL files.
The materials include an application example that can be treated as a workshop/discussion time to review the general workflow for optimization.
Who Should Attend?
Engineers and Designers looking for optimized designs.
A technical education and a background in the fundamentals of finite element analysis are recommended.
This online course is split into 4 sessions over 4 consecutive days at 2 hours each.
Sessions run between 9:30am – 11:30am.
Start Date: 2 August 2022
Sessions on 2 August, 3 August, 4 August and 5 August.
Start Date: 1 November 2022
Sessions on 1 November, 2 November, 3 November and 4 November.
Classroom Training Option
A classroom-based course is also available at one of our venues if preferred to virtual training.
Registration / Further Information
- Complete the form opposite
- Call us on +44 (0) 333 996 9930
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can also run this course on a date of your choosing or as a bespoke course. Please let us know if you are interested in this option.
Details on how to join the webinar will be emailed to you once registered.
Course Topics Include:
Each course chapter is followed by “hands-on” workshops and exercises
- Module 01: Material along the load path
- Workshop 01.1: Michell Structure
- Workshop 01.2: STL Transfer
- Module 02: Basic Definition in Steady-State Applications
- Workshop 02.1: Basic Static
- Workshop 02.2: Load Cases
- Module 03: Design Validation
- Workshop 03.1: Design Validation Workflow
- Module 04: Reverse Engineering (Optional)
- Workshop 04.1: Possibilities of Geometry Conversion
- Module 05: Example: Pitch arm of a helicopter rotor head
- Module 06: Advanced definitions in static applications
- Module 07: Topology optimization in dynamics
- Workshop 07.1: Dynamics
- Module 08: Topology optimization in applications for statics and dynamics
- Workshop 08.1: Deriving a Homogenized Model from a Lattice Optimization Result