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Webinars

Ask-the-Expert: Coupled-Field Analysis Using an ANSYS ACT Extension in ANSYS Mechanical - Webinar

Users can customize ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS DesignModeler and ANSYS DesignXplorer using the ANSYS Application Customization Toolkit (ACT). ACT delivers the ability to create customized interfaces in Mechanical for direct access to MAPDL features that are not accessible from the Mechanical GUI. After these ACT extensions are developed, they can be shared with other users. An ACT license is not required to install and use ACT extensions.

Previous webinars presented how to use ACT to create and share customized extensions and briefly covered some of the extensions that are available in the ANSYS ACT library. One of the most popular and powerful ACT extensions — available for download from the library — is an updated version of the coupled-field physics extension. This extension exposes piezoelectric, thermal–piezoelectric and thermal–structural capabilities directly within the Mechanical GUI. Other coupled-field capabilities will to be added to this extension in the future. Command objects with MAPDL commands are no longer required to perform these coupled-field simulations in ANSYS Mechanical.

Run Time - 40 min

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Best Practices for Meshing Complex Geometries in ANSYS Icepak - Webinar

ANSYS Icepak is a powerful CAE software tool that allows engineers to model electronic system designs, and perform heat transfer and fluid flow simulations on component-level, board-level or system-level applications. Many of these applications incorporate complex shapes and CAD geometries.

The complexity of the CAD geometry can be represented in Icepak using a combination of decomposition, de-featuring and CAD-shape–based strategies. Icepak ensures a body-fitted, accurate mesh representation for CAD geometries — for complex CAD shapes — using the powerful, unstructured mesher HD (hex-dominant) scheme. The multi-level mesh controls available with the mesher HD scheme —in combination with non-conformal meshing strategies — provide the Icepak user with the flexibility to adequately refine the mesh and balance trade-offs between computational cost and solution accuracy.

In this session, ANSYS experts share strategies to create good quality, body-fitted mesh for a variety of complex geometries including CAD geometries using the mesher HD scheme in Icepak.

Run Time - 44 min

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Systematic Deployment of Simulation at an R and D Center: Evolution of Automotive Sub-System Simulation at Valeo

The Valeo India R&D Center is Valeo’s only global offshore engineering center dedicated to the mechanical engineering needs of all of Valeo’s business groups. Engineering simulation is a central part of this R&D Center, which develops transmission systems, electrical systems, driver assistance systems, wiper systems, and thermal systems. This webcast will present the best practices that were developed to systematically deploy and leverage simulation across different product groups and different physics as well as for advanced uses such as design optimization. Numerous examples of automotive sub-system simulation will be shown.

Run Time - 62 minutes

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How to Use RedHawk 2014 for Power Noise and Reliability Sign-off of FinFET Based Designs

This webinar covers new capabilities in RedHawk 2014 that enable power noise and reliability sign-off for large FinFET based designs with the same accuracy as “flat” simulation. The key capabilities covered are: - Distributed Machine Processing (DMP) - Chip-Package Co-Analysis (RedHawk-CPA) - Temperature-aware EM methodology

Run Time - 32 minutes

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SimCafe.org: An Easy-to-Use Online Resource for Learning and Teaching Engineering Simulation - Webinar

Professors and students around the world use the free SimCafe wiki for teaching and learning FEA and CFD simulation. Learn more by joining Cornell University and ANSYS for a one-hour webinar.

The SimCafe wiki, developed at Cornell University, is an e-learning resource for integrating industry-standard simulation tools into courses as well as for supplementary learning. Users can easily share and collaborate on curricular materials, create tutorials and upload homework problems related to simulation technology.

We will show you:

  • How SimCafe has enabled the integration of ANSYS simulation tools into mechanical and aerospace engineering courses at Cornell.
  • Two demonstrations of the SimCafe process for FEA and CFD drawn from Cornell courses.
  • The procedure for adding comments to modules and how you can contribute content.

Run Time - 46 min

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Achieve Faster IC Power Closure Using Streamlined Chip–Package Co-Analysis - Webinar

As system-on-a-chips (SoCs) grow in density and complexity, the variations in switching current and parasitic profiles increases. This requires power integrity engineers to focus on local details to ensure accurate power delivery. This focus drives the need for granular resolution of C4 bump-level connections between the SoC and the package. RedHawk-CPA provides a comprehensive power-analysis solution using chip and package layouts that allow for “what-if” analysis so you can view the impact to the overall power delivery when changes are made to the layout. This webinar introduces you to chip–package analysis using RedHawk-CPA. It illustrates how RedHawk-CPA and its unified environment perform DC, transient and AC power-integrity analysis using chip and flip-chip package layouts to improve the level of accuracy and shorten time to power closure.

Run Time - 51 min

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Fluid–Thermal–Structural Analysis of Heat Exchangers - Webinar

Heat exchangers are used across a wide range of industries but the design challenges, from the fluid–thermal and fluid–mechanical perspectives, are very similar for different types of heat exchangers. Learn more about these design challenges and how engineers can produce viable solutions using simulation early in the design cycle to save time and costs during this webinar. Examples from different industries illustrate the challenges and simulation-based solutions using parameterization, design exploration and optimization for multiphysics models.

Run Time - 52 min

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Electromechanical Actuators - Simulation Techniques to Speed Up Innovation - Webinar

Simulation of electromechanical actuators and the systems in which they operate allow engineers to better understand actuator behavior and optimize performance.

Learn techniques to study static or transient analysis of actuators and efficiently use computer resources to reduce the design cycle. This web event also covers an introduction to advanced topics including magnetic diffusion, side loading and remnant force.

Run Time - 46 min

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Robust Design - ANSYS HFSS : la solution de simulation de design d'antenne

ANSYS HFSS se veut être le logiciel par excellence sur le marché de la simulation électromagnétique haute fréquence. Il est entre autres utilisé par les grands acteurs de l'industrie de l'aéronautique comme Airbus, Boeing. Il permet aux ingénieurs et concepteurs d'antennes de valider en amont la fiabilité et la robustesse de leurs prototypes rayonnants dans leur environnement réel.

Run Time - 43 minutes

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White Papers

Using Computational Modeling to Control and Optimize the Crystallization Process - White Paper

Crystallization processes are used across the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. In the chemical industry, the potash and caustic industries use crystallization as a means to produce bulk chemicals and also as a separation technology for purifi cation. The fine chemical and specialty chemical industries use crystallization processes to produce various high-value organic compounds. In pharmaceutical manufacturing, crystallization processes are frequently used to manufacture active pharmaceutical intermediates (APIs). Yet, in spite of its broad use, the crystallization process is not well understood from a scientific viewpoint. Many of the process parameters are coupled and are hard to study or analyze separately. The hydrodynamic issues of non-ideal mixing become important in large scale crystallization processes. The kinetics of nucleation and growth affect the final crystal shape and size. The supersaturation ratios and profiles also affect crystal shape and size. Given the vast complexity, it is still useful to study different components individually and gradually couple the phenomena. This article describes some of the hydrodynamic challenges in crystallizer process control and scale-up.

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