• One week workshop on FEA using
    ANSYS Mechanical Workbench

    A bootcamp for engineering students on application of ANSYS
    Mechanical Workbench in solving various
    Real-life engineering problems.


Ansys Mechanical is a commercial software package which helps an engineer to solve structural problems in a smoother fashion and come up with design conclusions at a faster pace. Ansys package helps you to customize your solution as per your requirement and automate and parameterize the solution for faster results.

Ansys Mechanical is the industry's best structural simulation tool to start your venture into Finite Element Analysis (FEA), which is the building block of virtual analysis and simulation. After completing this course, you will be able to do a complete structural analysis from scratch till the end including Pre-Processing and Post-Processing. This course will take you through linear structural analysis, basic dynamic analysis, and basic non-linear problem definition along with model preparation, meshing and model (CAD) clean-up. You will have a stable foundation to pursue structural simulations of your own custom problem along with the knowledge of techniques to improve the quality of your results.



Frequently asked Questions

One week workshop on FEA using ANSYS Mechanical Workbench

A bootcamp for engineering students on application of ANSYS Mechanical Workbench in solving variousReal-life engineering problems.

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Who can attend the ANSYS Workshop?

Engineering Students, Research Scholars, and Engineering faculty who want to equip themselves with Finite Element Analysis software skills

Who teaches the Workshops?

The instructors are industry experts with ten years of experience in Finite Element Analysis.

Duration of the class each day?

2 Hours

Is this a helpful workshop for 1st and 2nd Year engineering students?

Yes. Students can start using the application of ANSYS tools in their mini-project and learning curriculum.

Is this workshop unique?

Yes, it is. It's a complete workshop syllabus having a customized approach to real-life industrial problems.

Can I take the workshop more than one time?

After attending this workshop, you can follow the advanced sessions focusing on each advanced topic like Composites, Motion, Additives Manufacturing, Advanced Nonlinear, Crash Analysis, etc.

How much do workshops cost?


Course Overview

Key Highlights

  • Designed for Beginners to
    Intermediate learners

  • 40 hrs of ANSYS Mechanical
    Workbench Training

  • Theory Session as well as Hands-on
    Session will be covered

  • Hands-on Projects with
    real-world applications

  • Assignments and personalized feedback
    to facilitate improvement

  • Best-in-Class content developed
    by CAE industry experts

  • Certificate from Amrita TBI,
    Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

  • Linear Static Structural

  • Basic Mechanical Heat
    Transfer Analysis

  • Basic Mechanical Dynamic

  • Basics of ANSYS Mechanical
    for Non-Linear Analysis

One week workshop on FEA using ANSYS Mechanical Workbench

Course Fee: Rs 8000/-

16 May 2022
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

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  • Completely execute a static structural analysis in Ansys Mechanical from scratch till the end
  • Understand the conditions that are important for developing a complete analysis model
  • Understand and execute basic geometry control, import & export, selection, property definition, assigning conditions such as load, fixtures etc, and processing the results
  • Understand how to validate the results and the importance of it in an analysis
  • Pre-processing and post-processing common analysis types such as static structural, modal, and steady-state thermal
  • CAD interaction
  • Mesh control
  • Connections
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Multistep analysis
  • Parameters
  • Basic Nonlinear procedures and diagnostics
  • Basic Contact formulations and characteristics
  • Modal analysis
  • Harmonic analysis
  • Random Vibration (PSD) analysis
  • Response Spectrum Analysis
  • Transient Structural Analysis
  • Apply appropriate damping
  • Steady-state Thermal analysis
  • Transient Thermal analysis
  • Phase change analysis
  • Nonlinear thermal analysis
  • Coupled thermal-structural analysis
  • Implementation of APDL command objects within Mechanical
  • Type of Heat transfer Covered, Conduction, Convection and Radiation


Students, Research Scholars and Engineering faculties who are willing to learn Ansys software

Engineering Students who want equip themselves with industry demanding Finite Element Analysis software skills

Engineering students who want to implement ANSYS Mechanical Workbench for their final year mini-project and main projects