How to Download and Install Ansys Products 2022 for Free on Windows 7 32 Bit
Ansys Products 2022 is a powerful and comprehensive simulation and analysis application for finite element analysis, structural analysis, heat transfer and computational fluid dynamics. It is used by engineers across all industries to develop product design and achieve fruitful product development goals. It also provides analysis functions for the design of wireless communication, electrification and autonomous technologies. It can also analyze various types of structures like bridges, dams, tanks and also structures of steel or concrete.
If you are a student or a hobbyist who wants to learn and use Ansys Products 2022 for free on your Windows 7 32 bit system, you can follow these steps to download and install it:
Visit the official website of Ansys at https://www.ansys.com/ and click on the \"Academic\" tab.
Under the \"Students\" section, click on the \"Free Student Software Downloads\" button.
You will be redirected to a page where you can choose from different Ansys products for students. Select the \"Ansys Student\" option which includes Ansys Mechanical, Ansys CFD, Ansys Autodyn, Ansys Workbench, Ansys DesignModeler and Ansys DesignXplorer.
Click on the \"Download Now\" button and fill in the required details to register for a free account.
After registering, you will receive an email with a link to download the Ansys Student software. Click on the link and save the file to your computer.
Once the download is complete, run the installer file and follow the instructions to install Ansys Student on your system. You may need to disable your antivirus software temporarily during the installation process.
After the installation is complete, you can launch Ansys Student from your desktop or start menu. You will need to activate your license online by entering your email address and password that you used to register.
Congratulations! You have successfully installed Ansys Products 2022 for free on your Windows 7 32 bit system. You can now use it for your academic or personal projects.
Note: Ansys Student is a renewable product that can be used for up to one year after installation. You can renew your license by downloading and installing the latest version from the website. Ansys Student is intended for educational purposes only and should not be used for commercial or professional purposes.
In this article, we will show you some examples of how to use Ansys Products 2022 for different types of simulations and analyses. You will learn how to create models, set up boundary conditions, run solvers and visualize results.
Example 1: Static Structural Analysis of a Beam
In this example, we will perform a static structural analysis of a beam subjected to a uniform load. We will use Ansys Mechanical to create the model, apply the load and boundary conditions, and obtain the stress and displacement results.
Launch Ansys Workbench from your desktop or start menu and create a new project.
Drag and drop the \"Static Structural\" analysis system from the toolbox to the project schematic.
Double-click on the \"Geometry\" cell to open Ansys DesignModeler. Here you can create or import your geometry for the analysis.
In the sketching mode, draw a rectangle with dimensions 1 m x 0.1 m. This will be the cross-section of the beam.
Exit the sketching mode and extrude the rectangle by 5 m along the X-axis. This will create the beam geometry.
Save and close Ansys DesignModeler. The geometry will be automatically transferred to Ansys Mechanical.
Double-click on the \"Model\" cell to open Ansys Mechanical. Here you can define the material properties, mesh, loads and boundary conditions for the analysis.
In the outline tree, right-click on \"Engineering Data\" and select \"Add Engineering Data\". A new window will open where you can select or define the material for the beam. For this example, we will use Steel as the material.
In the outline tree, right-click on \"Mesh\" and select \"Generate Mesh\". A mesh will be created for the beam geometry. You can adjust the mesh settings if needed.
In the outline tree, expand the \"Static Structural\" branch and right-click on \"Supports\". Select \"Fixed Support\" from the menu. A fixed support will be applied to one end of the beam (Face A).
Right-click on \"Loads\" and select \"Pressure\" from the menu. A pressure load will be applied to the top face of the beam (Face B). Enter a value of -10 kPa for the pressure magnitude. This represents a uniform downward load on the beam.
Click on \"Solve\" in the toolbar to run the analysis. The solver will calculate the stress and displacement results for the beam.
Click on \"Solution\" in the outline tree to view the results. You can select different result items from the menu, such as \"Equivalent Stress\", \"Total Deformation\", etc. You can also create plots, charts and animations of the results.
The following figures show some of the results obtained from this example: