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Introducing ANSYS AIM - Webinar
Product engineers require simulation tools that are intuitive, easy to learn and use, and provide guidance and automation that make it easy to quickly obtain useful, reliable results. With the ever-increasing need for multiphysics simulations in today’s product development cycle, finding such a user-friendly simulation platform was difficult — until now. As you will learn in this webinar, the newly launched ANSYS 16.0 contains ANSYS AIM, an innovative, immersive simulation environment that lowers the barrier to entry for multiphysics simulations. AIM simulation uses proven ANSYS technology packaged in a new intuitive environment accessible to the entire engineering organization. Join us to discover how AIM’s guided simulation process paradigm delivers high levels of automation and provides opportunities for customization to automate engineering best practices.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: May 04 2015

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Advances in Joule Heating Analysis of a PCB Using Two-way ...
PCB design involves three broad areas of product reliability: electrical, thermal and mechanical. Interactive multiple physics simulations are required for optimal design. A DC IR drop simulation in ANSYS SIwave generates power dissipation data for the copper layers, which can be transferred to ANSYS Icepak for thermal simulation. Iteration between the two solvers yields a converged power dissipation map and temperature profile, which can be used to evaluate structural and thermal stresses in ANSYS Mechanical. This webinar will focus on the electrical and thermal aspects of this analysis. Join us to learn about the advances in ANSYS multiphysics capabilities that completely automate the co-simulation between ANSYS SIwave and ANSYS Icepak for PCB design optimization. Discover how automation of this process can decrease your design time and get your products to market faster.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: May 04 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Icepak

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Structural Mechanics FEA simulation for CAD users with ...
Used and trusted by engineering companies all over the world, the structural mechanics FEA simulation tools from ANSYS are used daily to solve real problems with ease. ANSYS Workbench brings stress and thermal FEA capabilities to designers and engineers in a productive and easy to use environment, for simulations ranging from single-parts to complex assemblies. The ANSYS FEA tools provide fit-for-purpose simulation capabilities for the designer starting to use FEA for the first time through to those with more sophisticated requirements beyond the reach of CAD-embedded FEA. During this webinar you will be introduced to the capabilities of ANSYS Workbench for structural mechanics FEA simulation working in tandem with your prefered CAD software

Author: ANSYS, Inc.
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 30 2015
Product Name: ANSYS DesignSpace
Product Category: Structural Mechanics
Industry: Aerospace & Defense

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ANSYS AIM Overview
ANSYS AIM is an integrated solution for 3-D engineering simulation encompassing the breadth of ANSYS physics in a single, modern user environment.

Type: Video
Date: Apr 27 2015

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Electric Machines Design Toolkit - Webinar
The computation of efficiency maps for PM motor design is critical, but it can be a laborious process. ANSYS has introduced a user-friendly Electric Machines Design Toolkit that is integrated into ANSYS Maxwell to make the process easier. Join this webinar to discover how the toolkit computes and displays torque speed curves and efficiency maps for PM machines, and integrates effects such as skewing, DC/AC winding resistance, end-turn winding inductance, frequency-dependent core loss coefficients and mechanical loss. Learn how the efficiency map computation can be compared with measurements for a permanent magnet synchronous machine — including the complete torque-speed operating region — to validate the simulation model.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 24 2015
Industry: High Tech

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Fluid-Structure Interaction in Turbomachinery - Webinar
As known ANSYS offers a full non-linear and general solution for Fluid-Structure Interaction. In many applications a specific modelling of the interaction is accurate enough and much faster than the general solution. This presentation will show how the specific modelling for turbomachinery looks like: steady state solutions for fluid and structure, forced response analysis to compute dynamic stresses, blade flutter to compute aerodynamic damping. A special remark is on the vibro acoustic, which takes fluid dynamics into account, while computing the eigen-frequencies and -mode shapes. The forced response procedure and it's coupling can be applied to all mechanical systems, where periodic loads act on, i.e. turbo machines (periodic pressure) or electric motors or generators (periodic electromagnetic forces).

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 16 2015
Industry: Industrial Equipment

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Copper Backplane Power Loss in an Age of Increasing Data ...
With the recent explosion of online streaming services and continuing demand on bandwidth data rates there is a need for more accurate modeling of losses due to the propagating medium, periodic structures and rough surfaces. This webinar will provide a review of the barriers to higher data rates brought about by electromagnetic interactions within copper conductor printed circuit boards. The webinar will also discuss how this research has been developed into commercially available electromagnetic field solvers.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 16 2015
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: High Tech

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Developing Cutting-Edge, Lighter-Than-Air Vehicles at Aeros ...
The Role of Physics-Based Simulation in Developing Lighter-Than-Air Vehicles Watch this webinar and learn how physics-based simulation helped Aeros overcome the business challenges of getting a successful lighter-than-air vehicle to market and approved by the regulator and the critical role that physics-based simulation played in this process. Aeros is America's most innovative FAA-certified lighter-than-air vehicle manufacturing company and their products are used for both military and commercial applications.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 16 2015
Industry: Aerospace & Defense

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ANSYS Solutions for Wireless Power Transfer - Webinar
Wireless power transfer technology started with small mobile devices such as cell phones, laptops and implantable medical devices; it is now being applied to automotive EV charging systems, which require larger power capacities in a very limited space. The key component is a loosely coupled transformer with a large air gap, whose design requires coupled electromagnetic field analysis and circuit simulation. Attend this webinar to learn how to deal with this design challenge using a systems-level approach with dynamically linked parameters between the circuit and 3-D magnetic FEA model. You will discover how ANSYS Maxwell and ANSYS Simplorer can simplify wireless power transfer simulation using real-world examples, including magnetic resonance charging of electric vehicles.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 15 2015
Product Category: Electronics

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Analyzing Fluid Film Bearings and Rotordynamics with ...
Fluid film bearings, such as journal bearings and hydrostatic bearings, support structural loads using high-pressure fluid films. These bearing provide low friction, low wear, low vibration performance and are quieter when compared with contact bearings such as ball bearings. Journal bearings are dynamic bearings with the fluid film pressure generated by the motion of the journal while hydrostatic bearings use a pump to supply high-pressure fluid. The performance of both types of fluid film bearings depends upon a number of factors that can be examined using simulation. During the webinar, an ANSYS specialist will demonstrate how to solve for the static equilibrium position of a journal bearing (the fluid pressure balances the applied structural loads). The demonstration will include fluid cavitation and the effects of fluid—structure interaction. The engineer will characterize the dynamic performance of the journal bearing by calculating stiffness and damping properties. Finally, dynamic characteristics will be used to determine how the bearing interacts with the rotor system and determine the machine’s vibrational behavior.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Apr 15 2015

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