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ANSYS AIM for Teaching and Capstone Projects: Students Benefit from an Easy-To-Use and Unified Solution for Single and Multiphysics Simulations - Webinar

ANSYS AIM is the first integrated, comprehensive environment for multiphysics simulation designed for all engineers and students. Its guided workflow makes it easier than ever for engineers at every level to solve multiphysics challenges. Starting with best-in-class solver technologies and adding a new, immersive user environment, AIM provides integrated multiphysics solutions that enable engineers to rapidly evaluate product design performance with confidence. And ANSYS makes it easy for you to deploy AIM in your university.

Attend this webinar to see a live demonstration of AIM, and discover how it is the perfect tool for teaching simulation to undergraduate students, especially those wanting to use simulation for their Capstone projects. Learn from Professor Bedi of the University of Waterloo, Canada, how 200 students used ANSYS AIM for their Capstone projects after only a few hours of training.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date: March 24, 2016
Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics, Academic


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Key Applications of Simulation for the Hyperloop Pod Competition - Webinar

Simulation is key to designing many components of a Hyperloop Pod, as well as the entire system. This webinar will provide you insight into some tips to help your team in the competition through competitive edges with ANSYS simulation. Examples of applications discussed in this webinar: aerodynamics, compressor design, structural integrity, composite materials, electromagnetics, electric brakes, electric drives, sensors and many more.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: January 22, 2016
Product Category: Academic


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Designing Antenna and Electronic Systems for Space and Airborne Applications - Webinar

In this Webinar, industry experts from Boeing and Raytheon discuss the engineering challenges these competing pressures are creating and how, by leveraging the power of simulation-based engineering, the industry is able to respond to its customers' needs.

Author: Type: Webinar Date: September 24, 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS DesignModeler
Product Category: Academic


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Formula SAE: Designing to Win Using ANSYS FEA - Webinar

Finite element analysis is a crucial design tool in modern motor sport engineering, enabling the successful implementation of lighter and more efficient parts, as well as helping to expand our understanding of how complex loads react through structures. However, the complexity of the simulations combined with high computational requirements require sound knowledge of the strengths and limitations of computational software.

Monash Motorsport (MMS) has continually improved its FEA methodology over the years to improve designs in basic structures, composite parts and topology optimization for 3-D printed parts.

In this presentation MMS demonstrates its use of FEA to create a competitive advantage in Formula SAE using ANSYS Static Structural, ANSYS Composite PrepPost and Genesis Topology for ANSYS Mechanical.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: September 8, 2015
Product Category: Structures, Academic
Sub Industry: Motorsports


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Formula SAE: Designing to Win Using ANSYS CFD for an Aerodynamic Advantage - Webinar

Implementation of an effective aerodynamics package has been shown to be a clear competitive advantage in Formula SAE, with an increasing number of teams integrating aerodynamic packages into their designs. However, the complexity of aerodynamic design means that a sound methodology must be used to ensure a verifiable performance advantage is achieved.

Monash Motorsport has been a leader in the use of aerodynamics to achieve a competitive advantage in FSAE since 2002, resulting in six Australasian Championships and a ranking of second in the world.

In this presentation, Monash Motorsport will outline the evolution of their current aerodynamic design methodology, and explain how MMS uses ANSYS CFD to create a competitive advantage in Formula SAE.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: September 3, 2015
Product Category: Structures, Academic
Sub Industry: Motorsports


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Getting Connected with ANSYS EKM Open Collaboration Platform for Universities and Research Centers - Webinar

Collaborating across engineering teams at universities and research centers has never been easier with ANSYS EKM open collaboration platform. ANSYS Engineering Knowledge Manager (EKM) provides a comprehensive solution for managing simulation data and processes, helping engineering teams to leverage their CAE data and make faster, more informed design decisions.

ANSYS EKM helps engineering students and researchers to collaborate across dispersed teams by:

- Managing live project data
- Deploying simulation to HPC facilities
- Performing smart searches and data mining
- Automating simulation processes

View this webinar to learn how ANSYS EKM integrates mechanical, electrical, thermal and fluids simulation solutions. Discover how EKM can serve as a multi-user/multi-site collaborative environment for data storage, access, extraction and comparison of simulation data at universities and research centers. This webinar will also include a demonstration of EKM at the University of São Paulo, Brazil.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: July 10, 2015
Product Name: ANSYS EKM, ANSYS Academic EKM
Product Category: Academic


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Copper Backplane Power Loss in an Age of Increasing Data Rate Demand - Webinar

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: April 16, 2015
Product Category: Electronics, Academic
Industry: High Tech


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The SCADE Academic Program: Exploring the Benefits with the Technical University of Braunschweig - Webinar

The European Train Control System (ETCS) will replace the existing mix of train control systems in Europe to ease interoperability and cross-border traffic for railways. The Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, a participant in the overarching OpenETCS project, is a key member of the SCADE Academic Program, which uses ANSYS SCADE software for model-based systems engineering and certified software development.

Join this webinar to learn how SCADE supports research activities at the university, including how it has been tailored for small student projects to create vehicle control on a railway demonstrator. Discover the broader benefits of the SCADE Academic Program and how it supports engineering activities at universities around the world.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date: April 15, 2015
Product Name: ANSYS SCADE Suite
Product Category: Academic


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Prediction and Validation of Mold Fluid Flow and Particle Transport in Continuous Slab Casting with Electromagnetic Braking (EMBr) - Webinar

Entrapped bubbles of argon used in the continuous casting process can lead to voids in steel, weakening the metal. Researchers from the Continuous Casting Consortium at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, will present the results of their ANSYS Fluent simulation of particle/bubble entrapment in steel. Results correlated well with measurements made in an operating steel plant. This method allowed the researchers to predict the amount and size of entrapped argon bubbles in a steel melt at particular operating conditions, and then modify the conditions to minimize argon entrapment, resulting in a stronger final product.

Author: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Type: Webinar Date: November 5, 2014
Product Category: Academic
Industry: Energy


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Innovation in Metallurgy and Solar Power via CFD - Webinar

Organizations are always searching for efficient methods to produce successful products using engineering simulation. Discover how the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign used ANSYS Fluent to develop a process for steel continuous casting and how the University of Pretoria employed ANSYS CFD to model a receiver for a concentrated solar power plant.

Author: Type: Webinar Date: November 5, 2014
Product Category: Academic
Industry: Energy, Materials and Chemical Processing


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