What is best way to learning Ansys?
The best way in which you can learn to use and understand ANSYS, is to install it first on your computer and made tutorial existed on internet. In this moment, you must focus on tutorials which resolve very simple problem, which can be done very easy and there solution can be check easy with some hand calculus. Because not only to know command from ANSYS is important (attached materials, contacts through parts, boundary condition, etc) also the mesh is important, do it in parallel tutorials which learn you how to made different type of mesh, how differ the results only if you will change mesh. Of course, to learn how to use Design Modeller is important too, especial to made simplifications on bodies imported from different softwares and formats.
After you have already little experience and you know basic commands and principle, participate to specialized training. In this manner you will fix your goal and the progress will be visible by you. Don´t forget that the study which you will observed on Internet (Google, youtube, etc) is made by the engineer which have some years of work with ANSYS. So, be realist and start with begin because there is your final scope to be an specialist. Unfortunately for this you must begin with basics knowledge (how can be transposed much accurate the real problem in virtual language in a manner in which the results corresponding to reality and based on him you can drawn conclusions and propose solutions).
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Merhaba From Turkiye,
"learning ANSYS" or "learning CAE software" starts with understand FEA theory. I recommend you to first study few FEA problems after start to use such software. Otherwise you just get "blue to red spectrum" and try to comment results.
i recommend all of you to start with ansys classic. Later you can switch Workbench interface. But anyway as Workbench user you would need sometimes classic ansys command to put in som particular studies. Also Ansys Workbench uses classical at background. So my advice is;
1. First start with ANSYS classical tutorials. (you can find dozens in internet)
2. Second, learn how to simulate with ANSYS Classical command line.
3. Prepare at least few advance classical studies.
4. Then switch Workbench.
I will help you all time.
(Also search about; cae associates, pad.inc and edr no sites.)
Please check my tutorial in udemy
Here a free ansys online course on the learning platform edx. It includes a student licens for ansys
I recommend you to start with Huei Huang Lee' s ANSYS lectures in the very beginning. Its easy and understandable and you will quickly adapt to workbench interface.
For further if you want to be fully equipped with deep FEA knowledge you need to study theoretical lectures such as;
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