Check step-by-step hands-on tutorial here: expertfea.com/tutorial12.html

The purpose of these tutorials is to give a hands-on approach for beginner and advanced users in in FEA and Ansys Workbench, by using lots of images and step-by-step details to successfully solve the presented FEA scenarios.
Seeing that nowhere can such practical scenarios be found and learned from, we took this task of making it accessible to every level of FEA user in Ansys (Workbench). Hence, we invite the FEA engineer to fine tune the parameters in order to understand how the software works, and how to best suit his/her application.
After having finished running the tutorials, we strongly recommend, for more practice, to refine the mesh, to parameterize the values of the loads and tamper with the time step conditions in the Analysis Settings.
These tutorials bring light and shows a clear path where no book, scientific paper or workshop could help until these tutorial was created. Please pardon the big words, but judging from our research and the large demand that was addressed to us, until today, no tutorial was available on this subject for Ansys (Workbench).

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