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Harish Radhakrishnan

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Harish Radhakrishnan

Sr. Product Manager, Ansys

Harish is a Senior Product Manager at Ansys. He interacts with customers and internal teams on technology areas related to the APDL solver.

Education:

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, Madurai Kamaraj University

Joined Ansys: January 2011


Articles by This Author

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Bouncing Off Ideas: How Ansys and Endurica are Co-simulating Better Rubber Automotive Component Outcomes

Learn how Endurica and Ansys co-simulations support the thorough analysis of rubber engine mounts, bushings, seals, and tires to predict and extend the life of these critical automotive components.

Adhesive simulation in engineering

Sticking Together: 3M and Ansys Train Engineers on Simulating Adhesives

Learn how to take advantage of advances in adhesives and simulation technology via a new 3M and Ansys training covering tapes, structural adhesives, and pressure-sensitive adhesives.

Solver-Based Meshing: How to Maintain a High-Quality Mesh

Solver-Based Meshing: How To Maintain High-Quality Mesh

It is challenging to maintain superior mesh quality when dealing with highly distorted geometries. Learn about critical solver-based meshing techniques here.

How to Mesh and Simulate Welds with Ansys Mechanical

How to Mesh and Simulate Welds with Ansys Mechanical

Careful attention to the meshing of welds allows you to accurately compute the useful life of welds and represent rigidity of structure for crash or noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) analysis.

How to Maximize the Value of Ansys Mechanical Through High-Performance Computing

How to Maximize the Value of Ansys Mechanical Through High-Performance Computing

Learn how to speed up your Ansys Mechanical simulations with high-performance computing (HPC).

How do Adhesives Work? The Science of Stickiness

How do Adhesives Work and What Makes Things Sticky?

Learn how engineers are using simulation to control stickiness in the design of sensors, food science and manufacturing technologies.

APDL Simulation

What is APDL? Ansys Parametric Design Language

Learn more about Ansys Parametric Design Language (APDL), a powerful structured scripting language used to interact with the Ansys Mechanical solver. 

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