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ANSYS in ACTION: Porous Media in ANSYS AIM - Webinar

Traditional simulation techniques for analyzing flow through porous media require several assumptions that sacrifice a simulation's accuracy. Generally speaking, a 3-D model is required, but it may not always be available. In ANSYS AIM, to maximize result accuracy and minimize solution times, complex flow restriction devices such as catalytic converters, perforated plates and filters can be simulated using a new porous media model. View this 20-minute webinar to see a demonstration of how AIM's porous media capability converges quickly and accurately on a solution for an automotive exhaust application.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics
Industry: Automotive


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ANSYS in ACTION: Designing Busbars with ANSYS AIM - Webinar

To design busbars for high current applications, you must analyze the coupling of electrical, thermal and structural effects of both the material composition and its cross-sectional size to determine the optimal current density distribution. Large Ohmic loss from high current density can result in high temperatures, and high temperature gradients can cause an unacceptable level of thermal stress. View this webinar that demonstrates how ANSYS AIM can be used to simulate the coupling of the three physics in an easy-to-use package. In this 20-minute demonstration, our experts will present an example of a busbar design and demonstrate the main features AIM can be used for this application.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics


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ANSYS in Action: ANSYS AIM

If you're a design engineer hesitant to learn engineering simulation software, or think simulation should be reserved solely for dedicated analysts, then this short session is for you. We'll take a 3-D model of an industrial flow control valve and show you how ANSYS AIM can be used to perform several simulations across different physics. View this informative webinar. You'll walk away with a better understanding of how one easy-to-use tool with a single user interface can cover multiple physics and many engineering simulation problems.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics


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ANSYS in ACTION: Designing UAVs in ANSYS AIM

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are gaining attention everywhere. They are changing the way business is done, from delivery of goods to military surveillance. In this ever-increasing market, additive manufacturing is changing the way UAVs are designed and how they perform. But to design and optimize a UAV, you don't have to be an analysis expert — you just need to right 3-D modeling and simulation tool. Join us for this 20-minute session as we investigate the use of ANSYS AIM in lowering weight, providing adequate structural support, and improving aerodynamic efficiency of a UAV.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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ANSYS 18 Innovations - ANSYS AIM - Webinar

With ANSYS AIM, organizations can accelerate product design through upfront simulation, eliminate late-stage design changes and reduce the number of costly physical prototypes. AIM makes upfront simulation easy by combining intuitive, guided workflows, accurate simulation results and customization in a complete simulation tool covering a broad range of physics.

Join us for this webinar as we explore some of the major ANSYS 18.0 release highlights through live demonstrations. Topics will include:

  • Extended collaboration between designers and analysts
  • Simultaneous post-processing of multiple simulation results
  • Simulation of one-way fluid-structure interaction with structural shell elements
  • The use of expressions for capturing real-world conditions

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics


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ANSYS in ACTION: Calculating Force in a Relay - Webinar

Relays are electrically operated switches. They use a DC electric current to create a magnetic force and move an armature that makes or breaks the electrical connection. Relay designers are interested in the current density in the coil, the magnetic flux density in the iron components and the magnetic force in the armature. ANSYS electromagnetics solutions can simulate these properties to give you insight into your innovative relay designs.

Join us for this 20-minute webinar to see how ANSYS simulation can make calculating the force in a relay fast and easy.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS AIM


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ANSYS in ACTION: Insertion Force of a Snap-Fit Connector - Webinar

Snap-fit connectors are one of the oldest and most common fastener devices. They have the advantages of speed of connection/disconnection over other fastening methods, with no loose parts that could be misplaced. However, their proper operation requires precise design to ensure that the amount of force it takes to fasten or separate the connector, and the direction of application of that force, is optimal for the desired application. Join us for this 30-minute webinar to see the how insertion force of a snap-fit connector can be quickly calculated using simulation from ANSYS. Learn how to determine what type of snap-fit to use, the required insertion force for operation and the amount of stress that various parts of the connector will experience.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM


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ANSYS in ACTION: Evaluating Fatigue on a Bicycle Frame - Webinar

Biking enthusiasts want bicycles that are durable enough to withstand their pursuits while being light enough to transport easily. Bike manufacturers want to meet customer expectations while minimizing material and transportation costs. Bicycle designers have a multitude of options for bike frame configuration, material type and material thickness to choose from to design bicycles that best address both consumer and business needs. Join us for this 20-minute webinar to see how simulation from ANSYS can make evaluating these options virtually fast and easy. Learn how you can simulate fatigue on bicycle frames to see how well and how long they will withstand the stresses riders will place on them before you ever build a physical prototype. You can save time and money on future bicycle designs, and get your product to the market faster than ever before.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Industry: Consumer Products


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Thermal Optimization for Energy Efficiency - Webinar

Millions of dollars each year are spent generating and transporting thermal energy to achieve thermal goals. Thermal optimization not only improves the economy of transporting energy, maintaining building temperatures, manufacturing processes and products, it improves their efficiency as well. Engineers use simulation to reveal detailed pictures of thermal processes, providing a deep understanding of all aspects of thermal management.

View this Webinar to learn how you can capture thermal processes in powerful simulations, seamlessly identify multiphysics interactions that impact performance, and quickly achieve thermal optimization using integrated design optimization tools.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Industry: Energy


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ANSYS in ACTION: Evaluating Bolted Connections and Tightening Sequences - Webinar

Bolt preload is the tension generated in a bolt when it is tightened, creating the clamping force between components that allows a bolted connection to transfer mechanical loads. Preloading the bolts and evaluating the optimal bolt tightening sequence is essential to determining the performance of the bolted connection and minimizing the likelihood of failure or joint separation. Simulating bolted connections enables you to accurately determine the structural performance and the optimal tightening sequences for your bolted connection designs before you invest time and money in physical prototypes.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM


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