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Creating & Using Templates in ANSYS Workbench - e-Learning

With a little up front planning, any finite element model created in ANSYS Workbench can be used as a template for future analysis of similar parts and assemblies. Creating model templates can save time but also help standardize your design process. Modeling techniques developed by more experienced users can be shared with newer users to improve the overall quality and consistency of a company's analysis results. 

CAE Associates Senior Engineering Manager Pat Cunningham discusses and demonstrates the ways to develop your Workbench models that will allow you to achieve the maximum usage and efficiency that the tool has to offer.

 

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Disclaimer: This session is a recording of a live presentation. Please note that you cannot obtain a PE credit by viewing this recording.