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ANSYS 2019 R1 Mechanical Update

This on-demand webinar will showcase some of the many enhancements to ANSYS Mechanical in ANSYS 2019 R1. We'll cover new capabilities, such as acoustics, Material Designer and SMART fracture, plus powerful new features in Mechanical. We’ll also introduce ANSYS Cloud in Mechanical, new for this release.

The session will include slides to highlight these additions, as well as live demonstrations. Other topics in this webinar include: HPC improvements (including distributed contact), model/part configuration, general axisymmetric analysis, a semi-implicit method and topology optimization enhancements.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures


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ANSYS 19.2 Mechanical Update

ANSYS 19.2 continues to build on the already comprehensive features of ANSYS Mechanical. You’re invited to learn about the many new features and enhancements in this on-demand webinar, where we will present some highlights through live demonstrations. Topics covered include the new Material Design tool and updates to the External Model feature.

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Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures


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ANSYS Additive: Simulation vs. Experiments - How do ANSYS Solutions Stack Up?

There are many solutions in the market for simulating the additive manufacturing process for metals. The complex physics involved and the range of length and time scales all require approximations and simplifications in order to obtain results in a timely fashion to affect design decisions. ANSYS is a leader in helping companies adopt and maximize additive manufacturing to its fullest potential by using upfront simulation rather than very expensive trial and error. ANSYS provides a suite of tools aimed at the FE analyst, the machine operator and the materials scientist so that the entire additive chain can be optimized.

An approximate solution, however, is only as good as the evidence to back it up. Attend this webinar to learn the methodology behind extensive validations that ANSYS has performed to compare our solution results against published experimental and real additively printed parts, with excellent agreement in each case.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Additive Print, ANSYS Additive Suite
Product Category: Structures


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Optimizing Concrete Reinforcement: The Power of ANSYS in a Civil Engineering-Friendly Environment

Simulation is used extensively in civil engineering to analyze the behavior of structures and assess their resistance to various scenarios. This is both a safety and an economic challenge: The structure must be able to withstand all loadings to which it might be subjected during its entire operating life and, at the same time, construction cost must be minimized. Civil engineers typically perform a structural analysis of a concrete structure modeled in shell or plate elements before designing the reinforcement necessary to equilibrate all internal forces.

View this on-demand webinar to learn how a new ANSYS civil engineering extension greatly facilitates this crucial task by determining the minimum reinforcement quantities necessary to support all expected (combinations of) loads.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Construction
Sub Industry: Structural Building Design


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Simulation of Composite Structure Design and Curing with ANSYS - Webinar

Designing composite structures involves a number of challenges. Choosing appropriate laminates, a suitable geometry and the right material are all critical in creating sound composite designs. Manufacturing constraints and inherent production variability add complexity to the engineering problem. Typically, several design iterations are needed to solve these engineering tasks.

View the ANSYS Composites on-demand webinar and see how ANSYS simulations can help you meet these challenges. Learn how you can profit from ANSYS Composites Solutions (ACP) to explore your design variations more efficiently under typical design and manufacturing constraints. Live demonstrations will reveal:

  • The power of ACP’s mesh-independent layup modeling
  • How associativity enables exploration of different design variations
  • How ply-based modeling can be a communication gateway to manufacturing, enabling the “model as you build it” philosophy
  • How you can foresee manufacturing related issues with ANSYS Curing Simulation

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


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ANSYS Mechanical Solutions for Electronics Reliability - Webinar

With increasing demands being placed on modern electronics systems, it is imperative that engineers consider the common failure modes and scenarios when developing their products.

ANSYS provides a powerful set of tools to support you in improving your product’s performance and reliability. View this on-demand webinar to learn about common mechanical failure modes in electronic systems, and how ANSYS simulation solutions can be used to predict product performance and reliability in a variety of environments (thermal, vibration, humidity, etc.). With cutting edge modeling features such as trace modeling and industry-leading physics solvers, ANSYS can play a major role in your product development process.

Specifically, this on-demand webinar covers the following topics:
  • Modeling techniques for electronics systems (including trace mapping and submodeling)
  • Common failure modes in electronics systems (thermal, vibration, moisture)
  • Solder joint fatigue – life prediction techniques for solder ball connections
  • Shock, vibration and drop studies of electronic systems
  • Discussion of available ANSYS resources and getting started

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Structures, Electronics


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ANSYS Mechanical 19.1 Update - Webinar

ANSYS 19.1 enhances ANSYS Mechanical with new features and capabilities. There are many changes that will make your life easier. See for yourself how they can save you time and increase your simulation capabilities.

View this on-demand webinar to learn about the advances in ANSYS Mechanical. We will highlight the major changes, give you a live demonstration and follow up with a Q&A session.

Some highlight topics:
  • Acoustic capabilities
  • Links, pipe and mesh handling developments
  • New materials library and material handling
  • Topology optimization
  • A whole host of usability items
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Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures


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Optimize Your Composite Part Performance Using ANSYS and MultiMech 2018 - Webinar

The ability to predict damage at the material microstructural level is now available to ANSYS Workbench users.

ANSYS and MultiMechanics are excited to present the MultiMech for ANSYS platform, a powerful plug-in that empowers engineers to create detailed, accurate microstructural models directly within Workbench. Using MultiMech for ANSYS, engineers can zoom into their material’s microstructure to analyze damage and better predict how their material will affect part performance.

During this on-demand webinar, we will present:
  • Generation of a microstructure within ANSYS Mechanical, including creating a new material model and editing/importing an existing one
  • An example of a homogenized multiscale simulation (linear)
  • An example of a fully coupled multiscale simulation (nonlinear)
  • Importation of fiber orientation data
  • Selection of elements before the simulation to output the microstructural results
  • Final results showing any damage within the microstructure

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Workbench
Product Category: Structures


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ANSYS Workbench Additive - Seamless Workflow for Additive Manufacturing - Webinar

View this on-demand ANSYS additive solutions introduction webinar to learn about ANSYS’ new metal powder-bed additive simulation capabilities inside Mechanical Workbench. The simulation process includes topology optimization, manipulation and cleanup of STL files, and simulation of the printing process itself — all connected in a seamless workflow inside the ANSYS Workbench environment.

Learn how to:
  • Generate and validate topology-optimized structures for additive manufacturing (AM).
  • Simulate the thermal-mechanical metal build process to accurately predict part distortion and stresses, without leaving the Mechanical environment.
  • Use the simple input of process parameters to define the AM build process.
  • Use nonlinear and temperature dependent material properties (with no inherent strain assumptions).
  • Modify process settings for customization

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


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Fracture Simulation with ANSYS Mechanical - Webinar

Structural integrity is critical for all structures. Avoiding issues in product durability through failures like fracture can help reduce warranty and repair costs of parts. Fracture can occur when cracks form, propagate and cause catastrophic failures. Fracture mechanics is one of the tool to study such failures. It uses concepts from applied mechanics and materials science to directly consider the combined effect of stress and flaws, predict how a crack grows in complex structures and thus how it impacts their life and integrity.

In this webinar, we will be discussing how to use fracture mechanics principles in ANSYS Mechanical to simulate the effect of flaws in structures and perform complex simulations like crack propagation and fatigue life determination.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures


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