Validation of 2D Transient Thermal Simulation Using ANSYS

ANSYS Methodology:

This analysis was carried out by using Transient Thermal module in Ansys Workbench. A Transient Thermal analysis is one in which thermal boundary conditions depends on time. It follows basically the same procedures as a Steady-State Thermal analysis. The main difference is that most applied loads in a transient analysis are functions of time.



A transient thermal analysis can be either linear or nonlinear

Fatigue Analysis in ANSYS by Using Stress-Life Methodology


ANSYS capability of assessing fatigue life for a predesigned connecting rod using two materials “Forged Steel” & “Aluminum Alloy” was examined. The results and discussions are

Deep Drawing Analysis by Using Explicit Dynamics in Ansys Workbench

Sheet metal shaping procedures are innovatively among the most critical metal working forms. Products made by sheet-forming process include a very large variety of different 

Static And Quasi Dynamic Analysis of a Connecting Rod


The Connecting rod is the intermediate member between the piston and the Crankshaft. Its primary function is to transmit the push and pull from the Piston pin to the Crank pin and thus

Study of the Turbulent Free Convection over Grooved Surface in an Open Cavity

This study investigates the turbulent free convection in a tank of water with the bottom surface being a grooved surface and the top of the water surface exposed to ambient.

In natural convection

Explicit Dynamics By Using Ansys

What is Explicit Dynamics?

Many transient dynamic simulations require extremely small integration time steps, for examples, high speed impact, drop test, or highly nonlinear problems. In such cases


  • To discuss the concept of “stress Discontinuity” in a typical 2 D FEA problem.

Example Problem:

  • Consider a case as shown in the next slide, a filleted bar made of structural steel

Design And Structural Validation of Aircraft Wing

A wing is a surface used to produce an aerodynamic force normal to the direction of motion by travelling in air or another gaseous medium, facilitating flight. For a wing to produce "lift", it must

CFD Simulation of Ceiling Fan in a room using Multiple Reference Frame Model

Problem Statement:

The dimension of room model is 573×387×254 cm. The rotating speed of fan is 250 rpm. The ceiling fan has three blades.The purpose of the simulation is to analyse the flow in the

Finite Element Analysis of a Pneumatically Actuated PDMS Finger


The pneumatic fingers are designed as a part of a surgical parallel robot system which is remotely controlled by a surgeon through the internet.These fingers are made of a PDMS-based



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