I am very impressed by the Ozen Engineering Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical class. Over the course of three days of training I became very comfortable with setting up, running, and analyzing simulations in ANSYS Workbench. The class broadened my knowledge of ANSYS capabilities and gave me a deeper understanding of how the program functions. The Ozen Engineering team members were all very friendly, knowledgeable, and welcoming, making for an overall very enjoyable and educational experience. I highly recommend this class.
I took two courses at Ozen Engineering, CFX and Mechanical. The whole training was very well organized and the staff at Ozen Engineering kept the training at a high standard of excellence.
Instructors, Metin and Chris, are experts in the field and they were able to address all of the attendees’ questions, which happened to be very diverse! They covered the subjects above and beyond what was in the schedule and helped every single person regarding their own personal projects. They also offered future help.
I think regardless of your level of expertise and how long have you been working with ANSYS simulation software, these courses will definitely come in handy for you. I’m so glad that I was able to attend two courses at Ozen Engineering.
The authors would like to express their sincere appreciation for the tremendous technical support provided by Dr. Metin Ozen, President, as well as Casey Heydari, and the analysts at the Ozen Engineering Inc. (https://www.ozeninc.com/) on the use of the powerful ANSYS nonlinear structural analysis software packages featured in this project.
Metin and his team are extremely detailed oriented and technically very rounded. It was and is a constant pleasure for me to attend their seminars, as they are always providing good case studies and examples. Numerous times I reached out to Metin for resources to help me do my work. And although Metin and I are in the same business, he never looked at me as a competition, but kindly helped me whenever he could.