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ANSYS Discovery Live for Additive Manufacturing Applications

The marrying of engineering simulation technology with the technological advances of NVIDIA graphics is fundamentally changing the way products are designed and developed. When you throw additive manufacturing capabilities into that equation, you get innovation like you’ve never seen before.

ANSYS Discovery Live is a simulation technology that uses NVIDIA GPUs to provide instant, invaluable feedback on design performance. Discovery Live's revolutionary real-time solvers bring new possibilities to the world of lightweighting through additive manufacturing, as simulations that once took days to perform can now be done in seconds!

Watch this on-demand webinar as we investigate how ANSYS Discovery Live and NVIDIA GPU's work together to provide better solutions for workflows involving additive manufacturing. You will walk away with a better understanding of how:
  • NVIDIA GPUs are delivering the necessary compute power to deliver innovative designs.
  • ANSYS Discovery Live can provide upfront design guidance for every engineer.
  • Additive manufacturing design in Discovery Live is easy, fast and versatile, and is being used in the next generation of smarter, lightweight components.
You will see live demonstrations and better understand the many ways you can use this technology to design better products in a shorter amount of time.

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Product Name: ANSYS Discovery Live
Product Category: Multiphysics


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Electro-Thermal Analysis Using Icepak in ANSYS Electronics Desktop

With the native integration of ANSYS Icepak into the ANSYS Electronics Desktop, ANSYS users can now benefit from a highly streamlined electromagnetic-thermal analysis workflow that promotes better collaboration between electrical and thermal engineers. With seamless coupling between Icepak and the ANSYS Electromagnetic (EM) tool suite, accurate and detailed heat losses, determined by EM calculations, can be easily included in the thermal calculations via intuitive right-click operations.

View this on-demand webinar for an overview of ANSYS AEDT Icepak and get a panoramic feel for performing electromagnetic-thermal analysis using ANSYS Electronics Desktop.

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Product Name: ANSYS Icepak, ANSYS Electronics Desktop
Product Category: Electronics


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ANSYS Fluent Optimized Battery Cooling System for Extreme Performance to Help VW Motorsport Win the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Volkswagen Motorsport shattered the time record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with their first-ever, fully electric race car, the I.D. R Pikes Peak — a next-generation race car developed with ANSYS simulation solutions. Volkswagen Motorsport engineers conducted complete virtual drive tests of the entire race and optimized the battery cooling system with minimal weight and aerodynamic drag loss.

View this on-demand webinar to learn how VW Motorsport used ANSYS Fluent to design and optimize the battery pack for the race’s extreme performance requirements. An optimal design helped VW win the race and break the record for electric vehicles by a full 15 seconds!

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Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Motorsports


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ANSYS 19.2: Discovery AIM Update

Watch this informational on-demand webinar where we highlight improvements and enhancements to ANSYS Discovery AIM 19.2. Physics aware meshing has a new algorithm that better defines meshes on holes and fillets. This reduces manual steps and ensures you won't miss high stress concentrations. We'll also look at improvements to rapid results, which are now more interactive and usable in even more situations.

This release features enhancements in all major physics, including:
  • Exploded views — for enhanced visualization.
  • Summary views — for quick navigation of model set up.
  • ANSYS Discovery Live to AIM enhancements.
  • Multistep solutions for thermal properties and thermal-stress.
  • Electrostatics — for simulating static electric fields.
  • And more!
You won't want to miss this webinar, where we'll have live demonstrations and show you how these features will make simulation faster and easier for you.

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Product Name: ANSYS Discovery AIM


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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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Tips and Tricks for Modeling ADAS Radar Sensor-Environment Interaction to Generate Synthetic Radar Returns

ANSYS HFSS SBR+ is a high-frequency solver for modeling high-frequency electromagnetic (EM) scattering from electrically large structures. Shawn Carpenter, senior product manager for high-frequency electronics will present the best-practice workflow for using the HFSS SBR+ solver in the ANSYS Electronics Desktop to synthesize vehicular radar returns for complex, full-size scenes. A candidate 77 GHz radar system with multiple synthetic line array (SLA) channels will be used to demonstrate yield scattering centers distributed throughout a scene in terms of range, velocity and angle of arrival (AoA). The RADARpost ACT toolkit for the ANSYS Electronics Desktop will be used to post-process range-Doppler maps for multiframe traffic scenarios for a radar using frequency-modulated interrupted continuous wave (FMiCW) waveforms.

In this on-demand webinar, we will demonstrate suggested practices for setting up and simulating large-scene full- physics radar-to-environment interactions for mm-wave vehicular radar systems.

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Product Name: ANSYS HFSS
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics


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A Novel Multicycle Vectorless Dynamic IR Signoff Flow to Capture Hotspots and Achieve Near 100 Percent Coverage

Next-generation mobile, automotive and networking applications require the use of advanced SoCs to deliver greater functionality and higher performance at much lower power. For these SoCs, the margins are smaller, schedules are tighter while costs are higher. Faster convergence with exhaustive coverage is therefore imperative for first time silicon success. For next gen applications, the numbers of vectors for which you need to run simulations have increased multi-fold. It is nearly impossible to uncover potential design weaknesses when you are simulating a handful of vectors for just a fraction of second. How do you ensure you have enough design coverage? The common approach for dynamic IR signoff uses vector-patterns with true delay information. This approach is performed late in the design cycle, requires long simulation time and yields limited IR coverage due to limited vector-patterns. Published traditional vectorless approaches produce unsatisfactory IR coverage and correlation to vector-patterns.

View this on-demand webinar to learn how MediaTek’s novel multicycle vectorless flow uses a design power target, selectively sets a high toggle rate and enables state-propagation features in ANSYS RedHawk. The new flow achieves 97 percent IR coverage of non-memory cells and 100 percent IR coverage of memory cells, captures IR hotspots and reduces run time by 3X, accelerating signoff processes and improving power grid quality.

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Product Name: ANSYS RedHawk
Sub Industry: Semiconductors


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ANSYS 19.2: Discovery Live Update

Join us in this informational on-demand webinar where we we'll highlight improvements and enhancements to Discovery Live in ANSYS 19.2. One major enhancement is the further automation between design iterations and simulations, which are even easier because of the addition of parametric studies. Now you can explore a large number of design possibilities by varying multiple geometric or simulation parameters. By interactively determining optimized values and better understanding tradeoffs and trends, you can select the best design for your needs.

Other enhancements and improvements we'll show you include:
  • Support for visibility layers and custom views
  • Volumetric heat generation
  • Exporting calculator results
  • Default units improvements
  • Updating source file from non-native CAD file
  • Many new boundary conditions to accurately define simulations

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Product Name: ANSYS Discovery Live


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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.

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Product Name: ANSYS Additive Print, ANSYS Additive Suite
Product Category: Structures


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Fluids Innovations in ANSYS 19.2

ANSYS 19.2 includes new features and functionality that enable engineers to solve CFD problems with more accuracy than ever before, especially for phenomena that were too difficult or time-consuming to simulate using previous methods.

Find out what’s new for Fluids in ANSYS 19.2 during this on-demand webinar, including:
  • How ANSYS Fluent’s task-based watertight geometry workflow dramatically reduces hands-on time and speeding CFD simulations.
  • How Fluent Mosaic Technology automatically creates meshes with fewer, better quality cells, requiring 1/3 less memory and delivering a solution 2X faster.
  • How ANSYS EnSight Enterprise processes even the largest simulation datasets. This parallel version of EnSight enables engineers to post-process simulation results from models with 100 million or more cells on a computer cluster.
  • How ANSYS CFX reliably captures cavitation without empirical parameters or tuning.
  • And many more updates and improvements.

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Product Category: Fluids


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