ANSYS ICEPAK TRAINING PDF

This course provides an introduction to conducting thermal simulations for electronics in ANSYS Icepak. The course devotes very little time to CFD & thermal. Based on the state-of-the-art ANSYS FLUENT CFD solver, ANSYS Icepak To get more out of ANSYS try one or more of our simulation training courses. ANSYS Icepak Introductory Course at ANSYS UK, listed on – a comprehensive database of CPD courses in the UK & Ireland.

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Table of Contents 1. Using This Manual 1. How To Use This Manual 1. For the Beginner 1. For the Experienced User 1. Problem Solving Steps 2.

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Startup Options for Linux Systems 2. Environment Variables on Linux Systems 2. Outline of Procedure 2. Create a New Project 2.

CPD Course – ANSYS Icepak Introductory Course at ANSYS UK

Build the Model 2. Generate a Mesh 2. Physical and Numerical Settings 2. Save the Model 2. Calculate a Solution 2. Examine the results 2. The Graphical User Interface 3. The Main Window 3. The Model manager Window 3. The Message Window 3. The Edit Window 3.

File Selection Dialog Boxes 3. Accessing Online Help 3. Using the Mouse 3.

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Controlling Panel Inputs 3. Using the Mouse in the Model manager Window 3. Using trainning Context Menus in the Model manager Window 3. The Main library Node Context Menu 3. The Materials Node Context Menu 3. The fans and packages Node Context Menu 3. The Groups Node Context Menus 3. The Post-processing Node Context Znsys 3.

The Points Node Context Menus 3. The Surfaces Node Context Menus 3. The Trash Node Context Menus 3. The Inactive Node Context Menu 3. The Model Node Context Menus 3. The Cabinet Traihing Menu 3. The Assembly Node Context Menu 3. Using the Clipboard 3. Manipulating Graphics With the Mouse 3. Rotating a Model 3. Translating a Model 3. Zooming In and Out 3.

Adding Objects to the Model 3. Selecting Objects within a Model 3. Translating Objects within a Model 3. Resizing Objects within a Model 3. Moving the Display Identifiers 3.

Changing the Color Spectrum 3. Changing the Mouse Controls 3. Switching Between Modes 3. Triad coordinate icrpak and Rotation Cursors 3. Using the Keyboard 3. The Preferences Panel 5. Reading, Writing, and Managing Files 5.

Problem Setup Files 5.

Merging Model Data 5. Saving a Project File 5. Saving Image Files 5. Choosing the Image File Format 5. Specifying the Print Region 5. Packing and Unpacking Model Files 5.

Cleaning up the Project Data 6. Importing and Exporting Model Files 6.