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Solved FEA Pack 17 (Cases 161-170)


If you are interested in running the FEA scenarios seen underneath, you can download the respective ANSYS project data (as MECHDAT files) to see the settings we used for materials, mesh, contacts, loads, time steps, solver etc., together with their 3D models. On this page you find only MECHDAT files and 3D models; the PDF tutorials are found on the pages seen in the menu!

ANSYS WB 19.1 OR HIGHER

161. 1st in the World!!! Transient Structural ANSYS WB FEA - Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process

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Not for beginners, it contains some APDL commands! If you have ANSYS WB 19.1 or higher, get the ANSYS Workbench data as MECHDAT file + the 3D model for only 19$

ANSYS WB 19.1 OR HIGHER

162. 1st in the World!!! ANSYS WB Explicit Dynamics - Roller coaster with initial speed under self weight

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If you have ANSYS WB 19.1 or higher, get the ANSYS Workbench data as MECHDAT file + the 3D model for only 17$

ANSYS WB 17.1 OR HIGHER

163. STATIC STRUCTURAL ANSYS WB - FEA OF U SHAPE BENDING OF A COPPER WIRE

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If you have ANSYS WB 17.1 or higher, get the ANSYS Workbench data as MECHDAT file + the 3D model for only 14$

ANSYS WB 2019 R2 OR HIGHER

164. ANSYS WB Static Structural FEA - SMART (XFEM like) simulation of 2 cracks in a hook/ anchor

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If you have ANSYS WB 2019 R2 or higher, get the ANSYS Workbench data as MECHDAT file + the 3D model for only 17$

☆ The MECHDAT files give you hints for your FEA work or training, by observing our set-up: geometry, materials, mesh, boundary conditions, analysis settings and solution items as seen in their Youtube clips. Solving is not guaranteed 100%, because ANSYS continuously changes the solving algorithms; usually they do a good job, sometimes...

After you made the purchase, open the MECHDAT file and re-solve the FEA as follows:

⇒ for Static and Transient Structural: right click Solution, Clear Generated Data, Solve;

⇒ for Explicit Dynamics: right click Solution, Clear Generated Data, then go to Analysis Settings, Step Controls, Resume From Cycle = 0, Solve.

☆ Pay attention to the mentioned ANSYS Workbench version, because older versions will not open the files!