Ansys academic engineering simulation software is used by thousands of universities globally to help undergraduate students learn physics principles, postgraduate students to produce data for their master's thesis or doctoral dissertations, and researchers to solve complex engineering problems. Whether teaching mechanical concepts to undergraduates or performing research into multiphysics domains, Ansys can help you solve your engineering challenges.
Join our webinar to explore how Ansys can easily and affordably help you teach the next generation of engineers to perform cutting edge research and learn about the latest updates through 2019 and 2020.
In this webinar, you will:
Understand the vast array of tools that can be exploited within Ansys academic products — as well as additional tools in the Ansys portfolio
Learn about challenging industrial and academic applications, for example, leveraging the S.M.A.R.T. methodology to model fracture mechanics
Discover the latest updates through 2019 and 2020
Learn how we can help your teaching and research in each of our physics capabilities
Understand the extra offerings we have, such as teaching and support materials, student team sponsorships and guest seminars
Ravi Ranjan holds a Master’s degree in aerospace engineering from IIT Madras. He has experience in nonlinear structural mechanics, multiphysics engineering simulation and has worked for leading simulation companies. Ranjan has been involved in providing guidelines and solution to major companies in the automotive and aerospace industries.
He is also a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, India, and has been participating as CAE evaluation judge at various student competitions such as SAEINDIA BAJA.