Ansys Discovery — Static Structural Simulation

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A static structural simulation determines the effect of steady (or static) loading on a structure. Stress, strain, and deformation of a structure can be studies under a range of loading conditions. This helps to identify weak areas with low strength and durability at the design stage and avoid expensive failures. In this course, you will learn how to use Ansys Discovery to perform static structural simulations.

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