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How Particle Issues Can Ruin Your Pharmaceutical Process — and the Modeling Solution to Avoid It - Webinar

In the pharmaceutical industry, granular materials are handled by equipment that perform processes such as powder mixing and blending, powder compaction, granulation and tablet coating. Pharmaceutical equipment design is very important to the control of the tablet mixing to avoid defects such as tablet erosion, over-coating, and high coating variability between the tablets.

View this on-demand webinar and learn how DEM and CFD simulations can be used to predict tasks like tablet mixing in a coating operation. Find out how to improve and develop high-efficiency pharmaceutical equipment design.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Pharmaceutical


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Fluid Dynamics Innovations in ANSYS 19 - Webinar

More companies trust ANSYS to provide computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions that enable every engineer to make better, faster decisions across the widest range of applications. Now ANSYS 19.0 includes innovations and new functionality that empower more engineers to solve more CFD problems with greater accuracy than ever before.

ANSYS CFD users and all engineers interested in serious CFD should view this webinar to learn about the latest features and functionality. Join us as we review usability enhancements, speedups and new capabilities in each ANSYS CFD product including Fluent, CFX, Polyflow, FENSAP-ICE and Chemkin-Pro.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids


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ANSYS 19 Discovery AIM Update - Webinar

ANSYS Discovery AIM is quickly becoming the tool of choice for design engineers to test the performance of their designs faster than previously possible. It’s wide breadth of physics, highly accurate solutions and easy-to-use workflows are making it a compelling tool for driving innovation earlier in the concept development phase of designs.

Any engineer wanting to improve design performance, or to better understand the physical phenomena associated with their products, should attend this ANSYS 19 update webinar. We’ll talk about some of the latest features, functionality improvements, usability enhancements and speedups included in AIM. Regardless of the type of simulation you run, or whether you currently use AIM, you will be amazed at the improvements we’ve made in this release.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery AIM
Product Category: Fluids


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Application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in the Built Environment - Webinar

Air is the primary carrier of heat, moisture and contaminants in and around built environments. Airflow patterns determine the distribution of temperature, contaminant levels and air quality, as well as the thermal comfort of occupants. Poor airflow management in an HVAC design is often detected only after commissioning and occupancy — when it’s likely too late to mitigate performance issues. 

In this webinar, you will learn how computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can help identify potential risks associated with poor airflow management early in the design phase, and optimize HVAC systems for effective, energy-efficient performance.  Additionally, several case studies will illustrate how CFD can solve your challenges across a variety of scenarios/environments, including displacement ventilation, active and passive chilled beams, airflow patterns in enclosed spaces, radiant heating and cooling, smoke propagation in atria and plume dispersion from cooling towers. An industry expert will also discuss clean rooms, patient rooms, laboratories and other applications in the built environment.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Construction
Sub Industry: Building HVAC


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Coupling HumMod to ANSYS Fluent: A Tool for Advanced Patient-Specific Simulation - Webinar

Computational fluid dynamics has long been a resource for understanding how geometry and physics influence bodily function. But CFD is only part of the equation. Human physiology is determined by biological and physical factors that influence, and are influenced by, the objects of CFD models; combining these two domains is critical for increased validity of simulations. Combining HumMod, a lumped parameter model of human physiology, with advanced 3-D CFD tools like ANSYS Fluent will enable researchers, clinicians and healthcare companies to better understand proposed physiological mechanisms and interactions, allowing higher level properties of complex physiological systems to emerge.

This webinar will illustrate unsteady breathing in Fluent with boundary conditions imported from HumMod as an example of the work in progress.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Respiratory


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Free ANSYS Performance Benchmark Program Supported by HPC Partners - Webinar

You know it’s time to run your ANSYS solvers on something more powerful than a workstation, but perhaps you need quantitative proof to convince your superiors that it’s worth the money. You can get that proof for free through the virtual benchmarking program that ANSYS, HPE and Intel are offering ANSYS clients. 

Join us for this program, and you can submit your own CFD or Mechanical model for free. We’ll run your model on a small HPE HPC cluster and send you the resulting time/performance comparison to compare to your workstation results. See for yourself which hardware setup gives you the best return on your ANSYS software investment — at no cost to you.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids, Structures


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Coolsim: CFD Made Easy to Improve Energy Efficiency in Your Data Center - Webinar

Many data centers pay twice for their power: once to power the servers and once again to reject the residual heat that results from them. Correctly managing the airflow in a data center can reduce power consumption by 30 percent or more, but knowing what to do to improve the airflow can be a guessing game. By using a predictive tool based on proven science, you will quickly know what to do, and the effect it will have on your power consumption.

Join us as Paul Bemis, president and CEO of Applied Math Modeling, discusses how Coolsim can be used in a variety of data center designs to analyze and optimize airflow. Based on the predicted airflow, we will discuss what can be done, and the results of those changes. Discover how the visual aspect of CFD modeling reveals ways to improve the airflow, and how to perform “what-if” simulations to prove that the proposed solution works (or doesn’t) before implementation.

You will lean:
  • How cooling efficiency affects the overall power usage effectiveness (PUE)
  • How the cooling unit’s "coefficient of performance" interacts with the overall PUE
  • What key parameters can be adjusted to obtain the greatest improvements for the least investment

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Construction
Sub Industry: Building HVAC


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Analyze, Visualize and Communicate your Simulation Data with ANSYS EnSight - Webinar

Are you getting what you need from your post-processing software?

Up your game with ANSYS EnSight, a powerful, flexible post-processor for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation data. In this webinar, EnSight Product Manager Kevin Colburn will show how you can better analyze, visualize and communicate your simulation data with EnSight during a live demonstration.

Learn how to:

  • Read up to 32 models at the same time, from different data sources or solvers, to compare results
  • Display multiple viewports, so that you can provide large overviews and detailed views at the same time, or show multiple models at the same time
  • Run interactive explorations during the day and let EnSight complete batch post-processing for you overnight
  • Use variable calculator, measurement tools, and plotting to extract quantitative data
  • Share data with our free 3-D viewer, ANSYS EnVision
  • Analyze and visualize even very large problems with billions of cells

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids


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Which Cyclist’s Hill Descent Position is Really Superior? Froome, Pantani, Nibali or Sagan? New Results! - Webinar

Different professional cyclists use very different hill descent positions, and there is no consensus in the peloton on which position is truly superior. Most cyclists did not test different positions in wind tunnels to find which one would give them the greatest aerodynamic advantage. This valuable information could be the difference between winning and losing a major cycling event.

Watch this webinar in which we will discuss which cyclist’s hill descent position is aerodynamically superior by comparing 14 positions used by professional riders in the past. Using two different and independently applied research methods — wind-tunnel testing and CFD simulations (which yield the same conclusions) — we have arrived at the answer scientifically. Learn which positions are superior from safety and power generation viewpoints. Here’s a tantalizing hint: The infamous “Froome” position during the Peyresourde descent of Stage 8 of the 2016 Tour de France is 8 percent slower, provides unequal distribution of body weight over both wheels and reduces power generation. Attend this webinar to discover new results that contradict those announced previously via LinkedIn.

This webinar results from a collaborative research project between the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands, KU Leuven and the University of Liege in Belgium, and ANSYS. The webinar was presented by professor Bert Blocken of TU/e and KU Leuven.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Fluids
Sub Industry: Sport and Leisure


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ANSYS in ACTION: Mixing Solutions for the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries - Webinar

Mixing tanks and bioreactors are common in many industries: chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, etc. Two common design challenges are ensuring high efficiency by minimizing blend time and Identifying the optimal compromise between high agitation and micro-organism preservation via exposure analysis. The Mixing Template for ANSYS Fluent solves these challenges with a fully automated solution that simply requires engineers to input the mixing tank geometric parameters and operating conditions. View this 20-minute ANSYS in ACTION session to see how the complete design analysis is performed automatically by ANSYS Fluent, complete with a summary report, so engineers can access all key parameters related to blend time and exposure analysis.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Materials and Chemical Processing
Sub Industry: Pharmaceutical


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