About this Webinar
A well-known challenge in engineering education today is balancing the technical rigor of an academic curriculum with the ever-growing demands of a rapidly evolving industry landscape. One skill that emerges from the discussion around the industry-academia gap is software tool understanding. Structural FEA, like many other engineering topics, is often approached from a very theoretical perspective. It's challenging for educators for student engagement or to transmit impactful learning outcomes. In this webinar, we will showcase how Ansys helps to bring in numerical simulation earlier in the curriculum as part of fundamental courses. We'll share some easy-to-grasp practical examples to inspire students and reinforce theoretical learning, highlighting how analytical teaching of theories can complement visualization of physical phenomena.
What You Will Learn
- How to pass knowledge and understanding concepts such as structural analyses or stress and strain in a visual and engaging way
- How can Ansys Discovery and Mechanical support teaching engineering fundamentals
- Available educational resources through the Ansys Educator Hub
Who Should Attend
Academics and educators teaching or interested in engineering topics: mechanical engineering, product design, computer-aided design, and FEA simulation