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ANSYS in ACTION: Machine Tool Optimization with ANSYS optiSLang - Webinar

Automating the optimization of engineering structures or systems could save you considerable material cost and planning time. We'll show you how to set up such an automated analysis for a machine tool part simulated with ANSYS Mechanical. Using sensitivity analysis and meta-modeling techniques, you can easily find the best compromise between the structural mass and the deformations under several working conditions. The automated optimization procedure can reduce the mass significantly with respect to the manual engineering design. View this ANSYS in Action webinar for a 20-minute demonstration on how to apply ANSYS optiSLang within the ANSYS Workbench. You can apply the workflow easily to your FEM, CFD or electromagnetic simulation model.

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


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ANSYS 18 Innovations - Mechanical Products Update - Webinar

ANSYS 18 has new structural tools and technologies for analyzing complex materials, optimizing designs and shapes for new manufacturing methods, and ensuring the reliability of electrical components. Improvements in nearly every aspect of our ANSYS Mechanical toolset mean that you can get more done faster and with greater accuracy.

Attend this webinar to learn how you can set up models more efficiently; model materials like reinforced concrete; and calculate fatigue in harmonic and random vibrations. Discover how to optimize topology to design efficient, lightweight parts, and how to incorporate data from external sources in your simulations.

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


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ANSYS Convergence Webinar Series: Revolutionising our Design Process Using ANSYS Structural Mechanics - Webinar

Employing simulation in your product development process can quickly lead to major improvements in product design. By switching from a CAD-based solver to ANSYS FEA solutions in June 2014, within a year Gilkes Pumping Systems in Kendal, United Kingdom, had developed standard practices, along with verification and validation processes, based on ANSYS simulations. So far they have used structural simulations to develop static, transient, modal, and harmonic response analyses of new designs, and they are looking to introduce simulations into other areas of product development.

Learn how Gilkes doubled the G-load safety factor of its pumps, thereby enhancing the quality and improving customer satisfaction. Discover how they achieved less than one percent error in verified calculations of harmonic acceleration, simple torsion and internal pressure after only a short training period using ANSYS solutions.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Structural
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Industrial Equipment


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ANSYS FEA Solutions for Fracture Mechanics - Webinar

Fracture begins with the initiation of a crack, followed by its propagation and failure. ANSYS FEA solutions offer a broad range of fracture mechanics tools to help you predict the potential for fracture in your products, so you can design them to avoid this undesirable outcome.

Learn how ANSYS solutions can help you compute traditional fracture mechanics quantities, including stress intensity factors, J-integrals and energy release rates. Learn how ANSYS tools enable easy insertion and definition of cracks, from model setup and meshing to defining crack characteristics for a variety of linear, nonlinear and composite materials.

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


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ANSYS Convergence Webinar Series: Suitable Simulation Tools for the Development of a CFRP Sports Car - Webinar

Due to their high specific stiffness and strength, an increasing number of fiber reinforced plastics (FRP) are being used for automotive and motorcycle parts to increase performance and reduce weight. Simulation is needed to ensure the integrity of these new structures and components when mechanically loaded. And, of course, simulation replaces the outdated build-and-test method of product development, so it will help you get your new products to the market faster than your competitors.

View this webinar to learn how KTM Technologies, a leading company in the field of automotive structures and lightweight design, is applying ANSYS Workbench in combination with ANSYS Composite PrepPost to solve some of their toughest product development challenges. They will present three case studies: the development cycle for lightweight components for an improved motorcycle seat structure; the engineering of a carbon fiber reinforced (CFRP) front structure and road book for the current Rallye motorcycle; and the development of a carbon swing for series production. Discover how KTM Technologies are putting ANSYS solutions to great use in creating new automotive products from plastics!

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Product Category: Structures
Industry: Automotive


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Save Money and Maximize Performance with ANSYS Mechanical 16.0 on Intel Platforms - Webinar

ANSYS and Intel® teamed to optimize ANSYS Mechanical for the latest Intel processor and coprocessor innovations. Based on these efforts, both the Windows and Linux versions of ANSYS Mechanical 16.0 (including the SMP and DMP versions of each) can now utilize one or more Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. With Intel's special promotion and ANSYS HPC Workgroups, you can take advantage of Intel coprocessor performance within your qualified existing hardware at a significantly discounted price.

We will show you how ANSYS Mechanical 16.0 can benefit from the latest generation of Intel Xeon E5 v3 processors and also how to upgrade to these processors, along with the Xeon Phi coprocessors, for spectacular sparse solver performance.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures, High Performance Computing


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Structural Mechanics - What's New in ANSYS 16.0 - Webinar

ANSYS Mechanical is the premier modeling and simulation solver for analysis of strength, vibrations, motion, and thermal properties of structures, including composites, using linear and nonlinear static analyses or mechanisms analysis. The software incorporates modal analysis for calculating natural frequencies and mode shapes, harmonic analysis for determining harmonically time-varying load response, linear and nonlinear transient dynamic analysis, and spectrum analysis for random vibrations.

Join us for this webinar to learn about major improvements we have made to ANSYS Mechanical 16.0, including fabricated structures (shell meshing, geometry preparation), contact modeling, productivity enhancements, composites, material failure, and elastomeric analysis. Discover how these advanced features can accelerate your product design process and give you an edge in getting your products to market in the shortest time possible.

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


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Interacción Fluido-Estructura con ANSYS

En este webinar se mostraran las capacidades de ANSYS para realizar calculos de Interaccion Fluido-Estructura con ANSYS FLUENT y ANSYS Mechanical. Se mostraran las opciones de acoplamiento unidireccional y bidireccional en los campos fuerza-deformacion y termico-deformacion.

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


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High‐Performance Computing for Mechanical Simulations using ANSYS

Engineering simulations involving finite elements continue to become increasingly complex. Engineers seeking a means to improve turnaround times for complex simulations, especially those involving models with complicated physics and highly refined meshes, must consider high-performance computing (HPC). HPC involves understanding both leading edge hardware solutions and how FEA software can leverage such hardware. For mechanical simulations, ANSYS offers various technologies which allow users to take full advantage of multiple core processors, graphics cards (GPUs), solid state hard drives (SSDs), clusters, etc., all in an effort to minimize the time to solution.

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


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