The majority of these examples are simple verification problems to show you how to use the more advanced techniques in ANSYS. You may be using a different version of ANSYS than what was used to create these tutorials, therefore, make note of small changes in the menu structure. These tutorials can be completed in any order, however, it is expected that you have completed the Basic Tutorials.
The creation of models with multiple elements types will be explored in this tutorial. Additionally, elements COMBIN7 and COMBIN14 will be explained as well as the use of parameters to store data.
The use of Design Optimization in ANSYS is used to solve for unknown parameters of a beam.
The use of Substructuring in ANSYS is used to solve a simple problem.
The use of ANSYS physics environments to solve a simple structural/thermal problem.
The stress distribution of a model is solved using p-elements and compared to h-elements.
Using element death to model a volume melting.
Model of two beams coming into contact with each other.
Design a truss using parametric variables.