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How to Use RedHawk 2014 for Power Noise and Reliability ...
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

Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 30 2014
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: High Tech
Sub-Industry: A & D Electronics

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Systematic Deployment of Simulation at an R and D Center ...
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.

Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 30 2014
Product Name: ANSYS Structural
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: Automotive

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SimCafe.org: An Easy-to-Use Online Resource for Learning ...
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.

Author: Cornell University
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 26 2014

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Electromechanical Actuators - Simulation Techniques to ...
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.

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 26 2014
Industry: Automotive

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Fluid–Thermal–Structural Analysis of Heat Exchangers ...
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.

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 26 2014
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics

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Underhood Thermal Modeling Using ANSYS Fluent - Webinar
Full-vehicle underhood thermal management (UTM) CFD simulation is crucial in the vehicle development cycle, improving vehicle quality and reliability while reducing development cost and time. Engineers employ UTM simulation to predict the performance of engine cooling modules in an underhood environment as well as to predict the temperature of sensitive components near heat sources, such as exhaust systems and turbo-chargers. ANSYS Fluent contains different sub-models to perform these types of simulations. This webinar provides an overview of the models and latest procedures. At the conclusion, ANSYS experts answer any questions you may have.

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 05 2014
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics
Industry: Energy

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Application Customization Toolkit Extensions Available for ...
The ANSYS Application Customization Toolkit (ACT) is a package of tools that enable users to customize ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS DesignModeler and ANSYS DesignXplorer. ACT provides simple programming level access to the main components of each product (e.g., GUI, mesh, geometry, boundary conditions, etc.) in a Python programming environment. For ANSYS Mechanical, ACT can create specialized interfaces that replace MAPDL command objects. It can also create tool bars to simplify other Mechanical actions. A major benefit of ACT is that after developing these easy-to-use extensions, users can share with others. ANSYS does not require an ACT license to install and use ACT extensions. In previous webinars, we have discussed how to use ACT to create customized extensions. Through ANSYS, users can download many developed and available ACT extensions. Some examples include an extension that allows easier definition of frequency dependent damping, an extension that simplifies completing piezoelectric analysis, and an extension that creates and applies varying pressure loading caused by wind. This webinar briefly discusses many of the currently available extensions, demonstrates how to access the ACT library and how to install the extensions. Future webinars discuss some of the most popular extensions in more detail.

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 05 2014
Product Category: Structural Mechanics

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Coupled Piezoelectric–Structural–Fluids Analysis - Webinar
Simulation of piezoelectric devices is common practice in ANSYS Mechanical and ANSYS MAPDL, but it is less common to model the interaction of piezoelectric devices with the surrounding fluid medium. The damping provided by the fluid medium and the flow induced by piezoelectric displacements can be an important factor in designing piezoelectric devices. This webinar will demonstrate a multiphysics simulation using ANSYS Workbench to couple a piezoelectric solution in ANSYS Mechanical with a fluids solution in ANSYS Fluent. The System Coupling component of ANSYS Workbench is used to perform a full two-way fluid–structure interaction simulation. This type of multiphysics simulation is suitable for modelling MEMS devices where fluid damping is important, such as squeeze-film dampers and gyroscopes. This method also provides accurate flow-field predictions, which are required in inkjet printer nozzles for example. A common design for an inkjet printer nozzle incorporates a piezoelectric material that squeezes a structure surrounding an ink cavity. The resulting increase in fluid pressure forces ink droplets out of the nozzle. This webinar will use an inkjet nozzle to demonstrate a coupled piezoelectric–structural–fluids analysis.

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 05 2014
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics

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Recent Advancements in Electromechanical Simulation ...
By taking advantage of advancements in computer software and hardware, ANSYS Maxwell now has enhanced solver capability and new, exciting options that help engineers improve productivity. As the industry-standard simulation tool for electromechanical and electromagnetic components including electric machines and drives, actuators, solenoids, sensors, transformers and inductors, numerous enhancements in recent years have continued to improve the software. Join us for a one-hour webinar highlighting advancements in ANSYS Maxwell. Topics include:

  • Maxwell solver and meshing improvements
  • Flexible licensing schemes
  • Powerful scripting capability to customize design flow
  • Advanced material modeling, including core loss and temperature dependence
  • Magnetic component integration with power electronics and control
  • Multiphysics simulation with thermal–structural analysis
  • Design parameter sweep, optimization, exploration and statistical study capabilities
  • High-performance computing to reduce simulation time

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Sep 05 2014
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell

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Pipe Stress Analysis: Different Tools, Different Results - Presentation

... Image shows calculated stresses along inside surface of the piping, sectioned down its midplane. ANSYS Model Results: Page 12. 12 © 2014 ANSYS, Inc. June 3, 2014 ANSYS Confidential ANSYS Model Results: Max stress at pipe end equals 37,800 psi ...

Author: John C. Oliva-Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation
Type: Presentation
Date: Aug 29 2014
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics, Structural Mechanics
Industry: Materials & Chemical Processing

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