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I Training Manual Introduction to ANSYS Equivalent International Training Course Iran, 2008. All Right Reserved for Mohammad Rafiee, Instructor for ANSYS Training Course. www.MRafiee.com - www.ansys.com 1 Training Manual Introduction to ANSYS R11.0 Second Edition ANSYS Release: 11.0 Published Date: January 10, 2008 Registered Trademarks: ANSYS© is a registered trademark of SAS IP Inc. All other product names...

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Manual Introduction I Training to ANSYS Equivalent International Training Course Iran, 2008. All Right Reserved for Mohammad Rafiee, Instructor for ANSYS Training Course. www.MRafiee.com - www.ansys.com 1 Training Manual Introduction to ANSYS R11.0 Second Edition ANSYS Release: 11.0 Published Date: January 10, 2008 Registered Trademarks: ANSYS© is a registered trademark of SAS IP Inc. All other product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers. Disclaimer Notice: This document has been reviewed and approved in accordance with the ANSYS, Inc. Documentation Review and Approval Procedures. This ANSYS Inc. software product (the Program) and program documentation (Documentation) are furnished by ANSYS, Inc. under an ANSYS Software License Agreement that contains provisions concerning non-disclosure, copying, length and nature of use, warranties, disclaimers and remedies, and other provisions. The Program and Documentation may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of that License Agreement.” Copyright © 2008 SAS IP, Inc. Proprietary data. Unauthorized use, distribution, or duplication is prohibited. All Rights Reserved for SAS IP, Inc. and Instructor Mohammad Rafiee mrafiee@mrafiee.com All Right Reserved for Mohammad Rafiee, Instructor for ANSYS Training Course. www.MRafiee.com - www.ansys.com 2 Introduction to ANSYS - Part 1 Training Manual Introduction to ANSYS, Part 1 Course Objectives • • • • Learn the basics of ANSYS capabilities, terminology and the GUI Learn how to perform a complete ANSYS analysis step-by-step Learn about building or importing solid models & meshing, apply loads, solving & reviewing results Learn the basics about the productivity enhancement tools - select logic, APDL & batch mode Course Topics Include: 1. Introduction 2. FEA and ANSYS A. About the Company B. About ANSYS C. What is FEA? D. Instructor Example E. Workshop 3. Getting Started A. Interactive vs Batch Mode B. Starting ANSYS C. Product Launcher D. ANSYS Workbench E. Memory F. GUI G. The Database and Files H. Exiting ANSYS I. On-Line Help J. Workshop 4. ANSYS Basics A. Overview B. Plotting C. Picking D. Coordinate Systems E. Select Logic F. Components G. Workshop 5. General Analysis Procedure A. Preliminary Decisions B. Preprocessing • Create Solid Model • Create FEA Model • Define Material C. Solution • Define Loads D. Postprocessing • Review Results • Verification 6. Creating the Solid Model A. What to Model? B. Importing Geometry • IGES Imports • Connection Products • Workshops C. ANSYS Native Commands • Definitions D. ANSYS Native Geometry Creation • Working Plane E. ANSYS Coordinate Systems • Active Coordinate System • Global Coordinate System • Local Coordinate System • Working Plane Coord. System 7. Creating the Finite Element Model A. Overview B. Element Attributes C. Multiple Element Attributes D. Workshop E. Controlling Mesh Density F. Mesh Order Control Generating G. the Mesh H. Changing a Mesh I. Mapped Meshing J. Hex-to-Tex Meshing K. Mesh Extrusion L. Sweep Meshing M. F.E. Imports N. Workshops 8. Defining the Material A. Units 3 All Right Reserved for Mohammad Rafiee, Instructor for ANSYS Training Course. www.MRafiee.com - www.ansys.com Introduction to ANSYS - Part 1 Training Manual B. ANSYS Defined Materials C. Material Model GUI D. Listing Defined Materials E. Workshops 9. Loading A. Define Loads B. Nodal Coordinate Systems C. Displacement Constraints D. Concentrated Forces E. Verifying Loads 10. Solution A. Solvers B. Definitions C. Multiple Loadsteps D. Workshops J. Workshops 11. Structural Analysis A. Preprocessing B. Solution C. Postprocessing D. Workshops 12. Thermal Analysis A. Preprocessing B. Solution C. Postprocessing D. Workshop 13. Postprocessing A. Query Picking B. Results Coordinate System C. Path Operations D. Error Estimation E. Load Case Combinations F. Workshops G. Results Viewer H. Variable Viewer I. Report Generator J. Workshop 14. Short Topics A. Toolbar & Abbreviations B. Start File C. APDL D. Defining Parameters E. Using Parameters F. Retrieving Database Information G. Batch Mode H. Input Files I. Session Editor Appendix A. A. Definitions B. Top-Down Modeling C. Workshop D. Bottom-Up Modeling F. Best Modeling Practices E. Workshops Keywords: ansys, ANSYS, mrafiee, iran, arak, introduction, ansys training manual, ansys topics, mohammad Rafiee, mohamamd, Rafiee, mrafiee ansys, iran ansys, ansys iran, ansys asia, asia ansys, ansys I, ansys1, ansys 1, ansysI All Right Reserved for Mohammad Rafiee, Instructor for ANSYS Training Course. www.MRafiee.com - www.ansys.com 4 Introduction to ANSYS - Part 2 Training Manual Introduction to ANSYS, Part 2 Course Topics Include: 1. Introduction 2. Array Parameters A. Types of Array Parameters B. How to Define C. Retrieving Database Information D. Array Operations E. Workshop 3. Coupling & Constraint Equations A. Coupling B. Constraint Equations C. Workshop 4. Working with Elements A. Element Coordinate System B. Surface Effect Elements C. Element Table D. Workshop 5. Beam Modeling A. Beam Properties B. Beam Meshing C. Loading, Solution, Results D. Workshop 6. Coupled Field A. Sequential Method B. Direct Method C. Workshop 7. Submodeling A. General Procedure B. Workshop 8. Modal Analysis A. Procedure B. Workshop 9. Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis A. Basic Concepts B. Typical Procedure C. Workshop 10. Bonded Contact A. Definitions B. Typical Procedure C. Workshop 11. Macro Basics A. Creating a Macro B. Macro with Arguments C. Branching D. Looping E. General Guidelines F. Workshop INTRODUCTION TO ANSYS - Part 2 Keywords: ansys, ANSYS, mrafiee, iran, arak, introduction, ansys training manual, ansys topics, mohammad Rafiee, mohamamd, Rafiee, mrafiee ansys, iran ansys, ansys iran, ansys asia, asia ansys, ansys I, ansys1, ansys 1, ansysI 5 All Right Reserved for Mohammad Rafiee, Instructor for ANSYS Training Course. www.MRafiee.com - www.ansys.com

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HANDBOOK OF COMPOSITESSECOND EDITIONEdited byS.T. eters PProcess Research, Mountain View, Calfornia, U SACHAPMAN & HALLLondon Weinheim . New York Tokyo Melbourne Madras----Published by Chapman & Hall, an imprint of Thomson Science, 2-6 Boundary
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FOREWORDComposites have emerged as a valuable class of engineering materials because they offer many attributes not attainable with other materials. Light weight, coupled with high stiffness, and selectable properties have fostered their use for many yea
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INDEXPage numbers in bold type refer to figures; those in italics refer to tablesA-glass 134 Abrading, surface preparation 669 Abrasion mechanical 668 particulate fillers 252 resistance, PET 224,233 Abrasive water jet, see AWJ Abrasives machining 606 in
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INTRODUCTION, COMPOSITE BASICS AND ROAD MAP*S.T. PetersThis is an introduction to composites and will encourage the reader to obtain more information. Only the basic concepts will be covered here; reference will be made to the chapters in the book that
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PREFACEToday, fiber reinforced composites are in use in a variety of structures, ranging from spacecraft and aircraft to buildings and bridges. This wide use of composites has been facilitated by the introduction of new materials, improvements in manufac
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CONTENTSContributors Preface About the editor Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction, composite basics and road map S.T. Peters1 Overview of composite materialsixxvxvi xvii xviii121Theodore J. ReinhartPART ONE: BASIC MATERIALS Polymeric matrix sy