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Low Power, High Performance

The acquisition of Apache increases ANSYS capabilities for designing low-power electronics devices while satisfying ever-increasing performance requirements.

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Reaching New Heights in HPC Power, Fidelity and Insight

High-performance computing with ANSYS takes simulation to new levels of power, fidelity and engineering insight.

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Power Play

Multiphysics-based simulation reduces transformer size, cost and noise.

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Working at the Frontiers of CFD Simulation

As they push the boundaries of engineering simulation, academic research teams must meet exacting technology standards.

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HPC Delivers a 3-D View

NVIDIA accelerates engineering 3-D glasses with a GPU and ANSYS HPC.

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Ask the Expert - Modeling Piezoelectric Devices in ANSYS Mechanical

Piezoelectrics is the linear coupling of structural and electric fields that occurs naturally in some crystalline materials and ceramics. Piezoelectric devices generate electrical potential in response to mechanical stress and mechanical strain in response to electrical potential and vice versa. Typical applications are sensors and actuators. A direct, two-way coupled-field simulation is required to accurately predict the behavior of piezoelectric devices.

This webinar will explain how to model piezoelectric behavior in ANSYS Mechanical Release 13.0. It will begin with a short presentation.

Run Time - 47 minutes

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Ask the Expert - Tips & Tricks for 3D Modeling with HFSS

Geometry modeling is usually the first step in the process of setting up a model in HFSS. The two basic methods for getting geometry into the tool are to draw them directly or to import from a 3D Mechanical CAD system. A third option is being released in ANSYS 14 which will provide a much easier modeling flow into and out of HFSS. This webinar session will go over some tips & tricks of geometry modeling and import and introduce the new methodology in version 14.

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Modeling Positive Displacement Pumps using ANSYS

Positive displacement pumps are commonly used pumps in automotive industry as fuel pumps, steering pumps etc. These pumps are ideal for variable pressure application since the flowrate is just a function of speed. These pumps are designed to give desired flow characteristics, to estimate leakage through tip and axial clearances, to estimate cavitation and erosion as a result of it and also to understand the noise characteristics and to control them. Simulation technology can be used to analyze these pumps to come up with better designs. CFD simulations of these pumps can impose challenges such as resolving micron level clearances, turnaround time for simulation, capturing the physics correctly etc. This webinar session will talk about how ANSYS tools can be used to model positive displacement pumps. Best practices for meshing and solution along with some case studies will be discussed.

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Ask the Expert - Working with Complex Geometries in ANSYS DesignModeler Electronics for ANSYS Icepak

ANSYS Icepak is a powerful CAE software tool for modeling electronic system designs, by performing heat transfer and fluid flow simulations on component-level, board-level, or system-level applications.

ANSYS Icepak is fully data-integrated into the ANSYS Workbench environment. Within the ANSYS Workbench environment, Icepak users are able to manage the flow of data (from CAD through to postprocessing) using an innovative workflow mechanism that ties together the entire simulation process with simple drag-and-drop operations. As a result of this integration, ANSYS Icepak users can benefit from the superior MCAD connectivity offered by ANSYS DesignModeler (DM).

This webinar will provide detailed insights into the efficient use of DM electronics (DME) for simplifying and converting CAD geometry into native Icepak objects. The webinar will be combination of presentation and demo showing various simplify levels available within DME.

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Ask the Expert - Quasi-Static problems solved with Explicit Dynamics

ANSYS Mechanical Solutions simulate a wide range of complex structural problems. Some problems with complex changing contact surfaces or with material response that is highly nonlinear are better suited to an explicit rather than an implicit solution method.

Explicit Dynamics is run with the same Graphical User Interface (GUI) as the ANSYS Mechanical solution, hence the learning curve for using this product is quite short. It is relatively easy to switch to Explicit Dynamics for solving problems that may be more time consuming or difficult with the implicit solution.

Run Time - 40 minutes

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