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Take Your Simulations to The Next Level

Ansys Level Up 3.0 is coming October 25, 2022. Be sure to mark your calendars to save the date! Get the latest information for Level Up 3.0 by signing up for the Structures newsletter, delivered directly to your email inbox. Registration opens July 2022.

Be sure to check back here for updates. In the meantime, we’ve included the most popular session playlists from Ansys Level Up 2.0 for your viewing.

Ansys Level Up 2.0 On Demand

Up Front Simulation

Simulation-driven design involves using simulation early, often, and throughout the design cycle to make better decisions, explore alternatives, and verify performance. We focus on a simulation-driven design approach enabled by engineers across the design cycle. We'll elaborate on the four core sources of value for simulation-driven design: increased productivity and efficiency gains from identifying first-feasible designs; increasing innovation thanks to advanced design exploration; making better decisions earlier by conducting early simulations and avoiding costly late-stage errors.


Ansys Mechanical is the go-to finite element analysis platform for structural analysis. The user-friendly UI and accessibility make it simple for new engineers and veterans to continue their simulation journey. You'll see how to streamline workflows with automation and scripting to increase productivity, meshing techniques for welds and bolted joints, and the latest advancements in our world-class solver. The value of structural simulation is critical in your product performance, and Ansys Mechanical is here to transform product design radically.


Ansys LS-DYNA is the leader in explicit and multi-physics simulation globally, simulating the response of materials to short periods of severe loading. Its elements, contact formulations, material models, and other controls can simulate complex models with control over the problem's details. You'll learn how Ansys LS-DYNA offers predictive engineering capabilities to an endless list of applications in Aerospace, Automotive, Biomechanical, Electronics, consumer products, and more. We'll showcase how the power of LS-DYNA simulations is deployed for the most safety-critical engineering applications on the earth.

Electronics Reliability

Product development and manufacturing are driven by demand for smaller components, new and better features, improved warranty rates & costs, and more. If the product does not meet reliability standards, innovation becomes difficult. You'll learn how implementing simulation early in the design process improves product performance and reduces design cycles and material costs. We'll discuss the latest advances in PCB modeling, how simulation addresses cutting-edge technologies and applications, the benefits of workflow automation, preventing reliability risks, and much more.


Fluids are everywhere, and whether solving for the flow of liquid or gas, the transfer of heat, or a chemical reaction, we have the solution. This presentation covers the most important aspects of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations, from generating a high-quality mesh to simulating fluid-structure interaction (FSI). We'll reveal how you can increase productivity by accelerating simulation setup, solving and post-processing times, innovating beyond ways thought possible through industry-leading features, and getting accurate results using the industry's most accurate solvers.

Advanced Manufacturing & Design

Traditional design approaches don't make the most of new methods like additive manufacturing, removing design constraints, and opening new possibilities. This track explores multiple manufacturable designs in minutes through a fast and interactive experience to meet design specifications while reducing weight, improving performance, and consolidating parts. You'll learn techniques such as interactive Topology Optimization, which can modify a design while the optimization is occurring. Designers can see where a solution is headed, take inspiration from it, and change to drive the solution in a different direction.

Acoustics NVH

A product’s sound can either be a source of concern for a product or be a product’s brand. Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) in electric machines can come from many sources and directly affect the perceived quality of a product. A product like a seatbelt “click” is critical to hear for the safety of the passengers that the product is working correctly. This track will cover multiphysics NVH workflows and our solution on how you can listen to your simulations.