ANSYS Seminar & Workshop
Engineering Simulation - A Competitive Necessity
Thursday 28 November 2013
09.30 - 14.00
ANSYS Milton Park Office
Engineering simulation is no longer a competitive advantage but a competitive necessity. Best-in-class companies use simulation deliberately throughout the design process.
ANSYS are well-known as a market leader in the development and support of engineering simulation software for the assessment and optimisation of product design and industrial processes involving structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics. Our simulation tools are used in almost every industry sector and are based on a highly modular and integrated set of solutions which support any level of user and size of company.
Join us for this free half-day seminar and workshop on Computer Aided Engineering simulation and appreciate why it is so widely adopted as a key component of effective product development processes and engineering projects.
|09.30 – 10.00
||Registration and Refreshments
|10.00 – 10.20
||Welcome and Introduction
|10.20 – 11.30
Overview of ANSYS Simulation Solutions
- Capabilities (structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics)
- Case studies
- Improved fidelity through multiphysics
|11.30 – 11.45
|11.45 – 13:00
||Hands On Workshop (choice of structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics)
|13.00 – 13.10
||Wrap-up with Q&A
|13.10 – 14.00
Who Should Attend?
- Engineers/managers/directors seeking to optimise the engineering/design process, to achieve cost, quality and time objectives and increase innovation throughout the product life cycle, as well as those with an interest in engineering simulation.
- Oil and Gas
- Renewable Energy
- Consumer Products
- Civil Engineering
- Industrial Equipment
- This event is free to attend.
- Registration is required.
- Car parking is available on site at the venue.
- Address: 97 Jubilee Avenue, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RW
- For more information: email UK Marketing or please call ANSYS UK on 0114 281 8888.
We would like to invite you to join us for the Engineering Simulation - A Competitive Necessity seminar and workshop on the 28th November 2013 in Milton Park.
For further general information about ANSYS: www.ansys.com
Articles from ANSYS UK customers:
Bladeless is More: Fluid flow simulation advances acclaimed new fan design.
Swift Technology Group
Separating the Streams: Multiphase simulation can improve performance of oil and gas separation equipment.
Deep Thinking: ANSYS structural mechanics helps save years in designing the first steerable conductor for enhanced oil recover.
Mother of Invention: Simulation helps deliver a milk warmer to market two years ahead of schedule, saving $54,000 in prototypes.
Advanced Computational Analysis
Win, Set and Match at Wimbledon: ANSYS software verifies the design of the innovative retractable roof at Wimbledon by simulating the opening and closing mechanisms.
For more interesting case-studies by ANSYS customers, visit the ANSYS Advantage Magazine.
To see the full list of ANSYS UK events (seminars, webinars and tradeshows), visit the events calendar.
More Information about ANSYS Solutions
Structural mechanics solutions provide the ability to simulate every structural aspect of a product, including linear static analyses that simply provides stresses or deformations, modal analysis that determines vibration characteristics, through to advanced transient nonlinear phenomena involving dynamic effects and complex behaviours.
ANSYS fluids dynamics solutions are a comprehensive suite of products which allow you to predict, with confidence, the impact of every fluid behaviour on your product. Whatever the flow that you are studying: single-or multi-phase, isothermal or reacting, compressible or not, ANSYS fluids dynamics solutions gives you the insight into your product performance which guarantees that your product will thrive.
Multiphysics simulation solutions allow engineers and designers to create virtual prototypes of their designs operating under real-world multiphysics conditions. As the range of need for simulation expands, companies must be able to accurately predict how complex products will behave in real-world environments — where multiple types of coupled physics interact.
Companies throughout the world rely on ANSYS electromagnetic solutions to support their High Frequency and Low Frequency application. Mobile communication, internet access, broadband networking components and systems, integrated circuits (ICs) and printed circuit boards (PCBs) as well as power electronics applications use ANSYS simulation tools to achieve product design objectives. Motors, transformers and other electromechanical devices are optimised for quality and performance.
The ANSYS explicit dynamics product suite helps you gain insight into the physics of short-duration events for products that undergo highly nonlinear, transient dynamic events e.g. drop testing, explosion simulation. These specialized, accurate and easy-to-use tools have been designed to maximize productivity.