ANSYS 10.0 Workbench Tutorial - Description of Tutorials

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© 2006 ANSYS, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 ANSYS, Inc. Proprietary Version 1.1 August 2006
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Welcome to the ANSYS Workbench Tutorial The ANSYS Workbench is focused on helping to improve the engineering product process. The intent of this tutorial is to help you learn the full power and capabilities of this highly integrated engineering simulation platform. The tutorial provides a self-teaching teaching format that allows you to become familiar with various ANSYS Workbench functionalities. It is intended to be taken at your leisure and at your own pace. The tutorial has been designed to teach you both the process flow and the technical capabilities of the ANSYS Workbench. The exercises contained in the tutorial are designed to be taken using the ANSYS ED 10.0 or standard ANSYS Workbench version 10.0. The size and complexity of the exercises presented in the tutorial have been developed to run within the finite element and other limits of the educational version of the product. If you do not have access the either of the above products follow the following link to contact your local ANSYS provider. Find My Local ANSYS Workbench Provider This tutorial is provided in two formats. This printable format which is provided should you wish to print and reproduce hardcopies of tutorial content and a separate on-screen format. The on-screen content contains scaleable graphic images which can be viewed and resized as required in your internet browser or a standard PDF viewer as you take the tutorial itself. If you are taking this tutorial using version 10.0 of the ANSYS Workbench and you receive licensing errors when performing various simulations, or if you are interested in the full range of products select the following link or contact your local distributor based on the link above. View ANSYS Product Offerings If you are taking this tutorial using the educational version (ANSYS ED) of the Workbench and are interested in the specific limits of the product visit: ANSYS ED – Limitations
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ANSYS 10.0 WORKBENCH TUTORIAL © 2006 ANSYS, Inc. All rights reserved. 3 ANSYS, Inc. Proprietary If you are interested in more formal classroom offerings covering engineering simulation theory as well as processes visits: ANSYS Workbench Training Contents The contents of this tutorial are intended to provide both an overview of the ANSYS Workbench itself and a suite or technical exercises to teach you how to perform some basic types of simulation. It is not the intent of the exercises to teach you more advanced types of linear and non-linear engineering simulation.
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