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# ANSYS Structural Analysis Free Certification | National Level Quiz on ANSYS WorkBench

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Hi, everyone in this post you will ANSYS Structural Analysis Quiz MCQ Test from Itronix Solutions that you can complete and get ISO Certified ANSYS WorkBench Certification.

This ANSYS WorkBench Quiz is designed to help you assess your knowledge of basic ANSYS Structural Analysis Quiz. This is also a useful resource for employers to examine the ANSYS Structural Analysis knowledge of the candidates during an interview or for applicants. If you pass this test with 80% or above (10 questions or more), it is likely that you have a pretty solid fundamental knowledge of ANSYS Structural Analysis.

The number of independent equations to be satisfied for static equilibrium of a plane structure is

3

ANSYS archive files are saved in……………format.

.wbpz

Large deflection option when switched ON accounts for which of the following:

All of the above

Which numerical method is used by ANSYS to converge a nonlinear solution?

Newton-Raphson Method

Stresses and strains calculated on an element at………….

Integration points

Which of these is NOT a solver in ANSYS?

Symmetric Solver

Which of these loads are NOT supported in Harmonic Analysis?

In ANSYS meshing, what does the pinch option in the local mesh control do?

Remove intricate & small features

Number of unknown internal forces in each member of a rigid jointed plane frame is

3

Degree of kinematic indeterminacy of a pin-jointed plane frame is given by

2j – r

Principle of superposition is applicable when

deflections are linear functions of applied forces

The carryover factor in a prismatic member whose far end is fixed is

1/2

While using three moments equation, a fixed end of a continuous beam is replaced by an additional span of

zero length

Bending moment at any section in a conjugate beam gives in the actual beam

deflection

The maximum bending moment due to a train of wheel loads on a simply supported girder

always occurs under a wheel load

Possible to copy (Ctrl +C) and paste (ctrl + V) any geometrical entities such as curves, faces, and bodies in SpaceClaim.

True