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عنوان : كتاب Engineering Analysis with Ansys

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این کتاب نتیجه همکاری بین سه نویسنده مي باشد: پروفسور ناکازونی و پروفسور یوشیموتو از دانشگاه علمي توکیو، ژاپن و پروفسور Stolarski از دانشگاه برونل، انگلستان. در طول اين كتاب هدف يادگيري نرم افزار انسيس از طريق نمونه هاي گرفته شده در علم مهندسي مي باشد.


Engineering Analysis
With ANSYS Software

Y. Nakasone and S. Yoshimoto
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan
T. A. Stolarski
Department of Mechanical Engineering
School of Engineering and Design
Brunel University,Middlesex, UK

 

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Book Description:

It is true to say that in many instances the best way to learn complex behavior is by
means of imitation. For instance, most of us learned to walk, talk, and throw a ball
solely by imitating the actions and speech of those around us. To a considerable extent,
the same approach can be adopted to learn to use ANSYS software by imitation, using
the examples provided in this book. This is the essence of the philosophy and the
innovative approach used in this book. The authors have attempted in this book to
provide a reader with a comprehensive cross section of analysis types in a variety of
engineering areas, in order to provide a broad choice of examples to be imitated in
one’s own work. In developing these examples, the authors’ intent has been to exercise
many programfeatures and refinements. By displaying these features in an assortment
of disciplines and analysis types, the authors hope to give readers the confidence to
employ these program enhancements in their own ANSYS applications.
The primary aim of this book is to assist in learning the use of ANSYS software
through examples taken fromvarious areas of engineering. The content and treatment
of the subject matter are considered to be most appropriate for university students
studying engineering and practicing engineers who wish to learn the use of ANSYS.
This book is exclusively structured around ANSYS, and no other finite-element (FE)
software currently available is considered.
This book is divided into seven chapters. Chapter 1 introduces the reader to
fundamental concepts of FE method. In Chapter 2 an overview of ANSYS is presented.
Chapter 3 deals with sample problems concerning stress analysis. Chapter 4 contains
problems from dynamics of machines area. Chapter 5 is devoted to fluid dynamics
problems. Chapter 6 shows how to use ANSYS to solve problems typical for thermomechanics
area. Finally, Chapter 7 outlines the approach, through example problems,
to problems related to contact and surface mechanics.
The authors are of the opinion that the planned book is very timely as there is a
considerable demand, primarily fromuniversity engineering course, for a book which
could be used to teach, in a practical way, ANSYS – a premiere FE analysis computer
program. Also practising engineers are increasingly using ANSYS for computer-based
analyses of various systems, hence the need for a book which they could use in a
self-learning mode.
The strategy used in this book, i.e. to enable readers to learn ANSYS by means
of imitation, is quite unique and very much different than that in other books where
ANSYS is also involved.


Book Details :

Publisher:    Elsevier
By:           J. Nakasone,T. A. Stolarski, S. Yoshimoto
ISBN:         0 7506 6875 X
Year:         2006
Pages:        473
Language:     English
File size:    19.5 MB
File format:  PDF

Preface :

This book is very much the result of a collaboration between the three co-authors:
Professors Nakasone and Yoshimoto of Tokyo University of Science, Japan and Professor
Stolarski of Brunel University, United Kingdom. This collaboration started
some 10 years ago and initially covered only research topics of interest to the authors.
Exchange of academic staff and research students have taken place and archive papers
have been published. However, being academic does not mean research only. The
other important activity of any academic is to teach students on degree courses. Since
the authors are involved in teaching students various aspects of finite engineering
analyses using ANSYS it is only natural that the need for a textbook to aid students
in solving problems with ANSYS has been identified.
The ethos of the book wasworked out during a number of discussion meetings and
aims to assist in learning the use of ANSYS through examples taken from engineering
practice. It is hoped that the book will meet its primary aim and provide practical
help to those who embark on the road leading to effective use of ANSYS in solving
engineering problems.
Throughout the book, when we state “ANSYS”, we are referring to the structural
FEA capabilities of the various products available fromANSYS Inc. ANSYS is the original
(and commonly used) name for the commercial products: ANSYSMechanical or
ANSYS Multiphysics, both general-purpose finite element analysis (FEA) computeraided
engineering (CAE) software tools developed by ANSYS, Inc. The company
actually develops a complete range of CAE products, but is perhaps best known for
the commercial products ANSYS Mechanical & ANSYS Multiphysics. For academic
users, ANSYS Inc. provides several noncommercial versions of ANSYS Multiphysics
such as ANSYS University Advanced and ANSYS University Research.
ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS Multiphysics and the noncommercial variants
commonly used in academia are self-contained analysis tools incorporating
pre-processing (geometry creation, meshing), solver and post-processing modules
in a unified graphical user interface. These ANSYS Inc. products are general-purpose
finite element modeling tools for numerically solving a wide variety of physics, such
as static/dynamic structural analysis (both linear and nonlinear), heat transfer, and
fluid problems, as well as acoustic and electromagnetic problems.
For more information on ANSYS products please visit the website
www.ansys.com.


The aims and scope of the book :

It is true to say that in many instances the best way to learn complex behavior is by
means of imitation. For instance, most of us learned to walk, talk, and throw a ball
solely by imitating the actions and speech of those around us. To a considerable extent,
the same approach can be adopted to learn to use ANSYS software by imitation, using
the examples provided in this book. This is the essence of the philosophy and the
innovative approach used in this book. The authors have attempted in this book to
provide a reader with a comprehensive cross section of analysis types in a variety of
engineering areas, in order to provide a broad choice of examples to be imitated in
one’s own work. In developing these examples, the authors’ intent has been to exercise
many programfeatures and refinements. By displaying these features in an assortment
of disciplines and analysis types, the authors hope to give readers the confidence to
employ these program enhancements in their own ANSYS applications.
The primary aim of this book is to assist in learning the use of ANSYS software
through examples taken fromvarious areas of engineering. The content and treatment
of the subject matter are considered to be most appropriate for university students
studying engineering and practicing engineers who wish to learn the use of ANSYS.
This book is exclusively structured around ANSYS, and no other finite-element (FE)
software currently available is considered.
This book is divided into seven chapters. Chapter 1 introduces the reader to
fundamental concepts of FE method. In Chapter 2 an overview of ANSYS is presented.
Chapter 3 deals with sample problems concerning stress analysis. Chapter 4 contains
problems from dynamics of machines area. Chapter 5 is devoted to fluid dynamics
problems. Chapter 6 shows how to use ANSYS to solve problems typical for thermomechanics
area. Finally, Chapter 7 outlines the approach, through example problems,
to problems related to contact and surface mechanics.
The authors are of the opinion that the planned book is very timely as there is a
considerable demand, primarily fromuniversity engineering course, for a book which
could be used to teach, in a practical way, ANSYS – a premiere FE analysis computer
program. Also practising engineers are increasingly using ANSYS for computer-based
analyses of various systems, hence the need for a book which they could use in a
self-learning mode.
The strategy used in this book, i.e. to enable readers to learn ANSYS by means
of imitation, is quite unique and very much different than that in other books where
ANSYS is also involved.


: CONTENTS

1. Basics of finite-element method

2. Overview of ANSYS structure and visual capabilities

3. Application of ANSYS to stress analysis

4. Mode analysis

5. Analysis for fluid dynamics

6. Application of ANSYS to thermo mechanics

7. Application of ANSYS to contact between machine elements

 

 

 

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