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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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BD Improved Engineering Simulation Productivity with HPC to Run ANSYS Software - Webinar

Are you using workstations to run your ANSYS software and are holding back on the size or amount of detail of simulation models due to compute capacity and/or turnaround time limitations? Are you looking for a “turnkey” HPC appliance that maximizes your engineers’ workflow and unburdens your internal IT organization?

Join us for a special customer experience on-demand webinar with special guests Christopher Basciano, Siva Balasubramanian and Patrick Downie from BD, who will share their insights and experience of moving from workstations to an HPC workflow environment with the help of ANSYS partners HPE and TotalCAE.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Cloud Hosting Partners
Product Category: High Performance Computing, Cloud and IT Solutions


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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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Solving RF and Microwave Design Integration Challenges Using 3D Component Modeling - Webinar

3D electromagnetic (EM) analysis has become a crucial step for radio frequency (RF) and microwave design. Compact topologies, higher design frequencies and increasing product complexity mean more electromagnetic interactions between microwave components. Pure circuit simulation and planar electromagnetic analysis, although useful first steps, can be insufficient for more complex designs since they are unable to capture component-to-component coupling. This unexpected coupling can result in performance degradation and, in turn, lead to costly and lengthened design cycles. Using full, 3D EM analysis of critical design subsections can mitigate much of the on-the-bench troubleshooting. Assembling the necessary geometry for this analysis requires close collaboration between vendors and customers. New technology, available in ANSYS HFSS that allows for detailed design sharing while protecting design IP, facilitates this collaboration.

This webinar discusses how to set up and solve a full, 3D EM analysis with 3D component technology to help designers achieve first-pass design success. View this on-demand webinar to learn how 3D component modeling delivers highly accurate RF and microwave design solutions, plus powerful marketing advantages for your company.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS HFSS
Product Category: Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics


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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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Variability-aware and SPICE-accurate Timing Closure - Webinar

Many sources of on-chip variation are conspiring to kill your project. Learn how the ANSYS FX platform, with its unique variation-aware technology, can save you from gross inaccuracies in modeling variation. Important topics include SPICE-accurate process variation, especially at low voltage; SPICE-accurate voltage variation including clock jitter due to IR drop; and a methodology shift in modeling chip-level aging that is easier, faster and more accurate than current approaches.

Speaker Bio:
Brett Yokom is an experienced EDA professional with 11+ years of experience.  He joined ANSYS in September of 2013 and is currently Lead Technical Project Manager for FX technologies.
Brett started his career at IBM, working on both front-end and back-end design for custom clocks and timing closure. As a part of ANSYS, Brett has been guiding customers with timing variation adoptions of FX technologies including Liberty Variance Format (LVF), Constraint Uncertainty, and PathFX.

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Optimizing Thermal Design in Electrical Machines with Simulation - Webinar

When designing electrical machines, engineers need to do thermal modeling of varying complexity: from quick temperature distributions to detailed cooling. ANSYS 3D simulation tools can deliver robust results at any level of complexity. In the early stage of the design process, detailed CAD may not be available. In this case, ANSYS provides machine design tools that can be used to create an initial 3D geometry to evaluate initial design temperature results. This will help you to optimize your design early, before most costs are locked in. Alternatively, you can import detailed finalized mechanical CAD directly into the 3D tools in a complementary workflow. In either case, conjugate heat transfer (CHT) analysis can be performed on the 3D geometry using an all conformal poly mesh, with losses mapped from either 2D or 3D electromagnetics analysis. Temperature feedback from CHT to electromagnetics is also possible for improved accuracy.

Join us for this webinar to see two approaches, one for each workflow, which demonstrate the flexibility of using ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Maxwell simulations to optimize the cooling of electric machines.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics - Cooling
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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Modeling a Dielectrophoresis-based Application to Personalize Cancer Treatment and Increase Recovery Rates - Webinar

Modern bio-medicine practitioners are showing increasing interest in dielectrophoresis (DEP) because of the recent progress in the development of micro-electrodes. DEP gives you control of the trajectories of bio-particles (tumor cells, white blood cells, bio-markers, etc.), resulting in efficient separation and/or selective trapping with low particle damage.

View this on-demand webinar and learn how using ANSYS simulation as a virtual prototyping tool can shorten the path to commercialization of this technology and make it more robust and repeatable. We will demonstrate how to explore and optimize electrode design and operating conditions to adapt them to the specific properties of bio-particles.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Diagnosis and Personalized Medicine


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Improve Workflow Integration, Performance and Usability with Multirate Application Support for Embedded Software Applications - Webinar

Although common in embedded software, multirate applications present challenges that must be addressed, including transferring data between functions that run at different rates and scheduling the execution of those functions. These tasks have generally been performed manually, but innovations from ANSYS have now automated the process.

View this on-demand webinar and learn how new features in ANSYS SCADE in our latest software release, ANSYS 19, provide you with an automatic and seamless flow to capture and verify your multirate application architecture. With a dedicated integration API, you can access this information and generate OS configuration files or specific glue code. The application code generated by SCADE is portable and qualifiable/certified.

This process flow has been instantiated with the help of our partner KRONO-SAFE, who will join us for this webinar. It automates the calculation of an optimal and “correct by construction” schedule derived from the model-based software specification of a critical, multirate real-time application running on a single or multicore platform.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS SCADE Suite
Product Category: Embedded Software


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Assessing Fluid Flow, Heat Transfer, Structural Response and Fatigue with Engineering Simulation - Webinar

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how ANSYS simulation solutions can help you overcome design challenges in heat exchanging equipment and thermal management. To deal with these challenges, you must understand the fluid flow, heat transfer, structural integrity and fatigue properties of your product. The benefits of fin stamping, the structural integrity of generic bracing, the thermal properties of cold plates, the design of an EGR cooler and other topics are discussed. A demonstration of ANSYS Discovery Live in action is an added benefit of this webinar. 

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery Live


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