Dr. Brent Stucker (ANSYS) introduces the ANSYS suite of additive manufacturing solutions, in a 2018 speech in El Segundo, California.
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Launching your FEA Simulations into the 21st Century with ANSYS" by Sean Harvey, ANSYS. This video provides an overview of how current ANSYS tools address the growing engineering simulation needs.
Facing an exponential growth in design complexity and a growing skills gap, 70% of industry executives will adopt new and emerging technologies this year. By digitally transforming and implementing Ansys simulation solutions, aerospace and defense (A&D) companies will improve productivity and deliver the innovation required to launch next-generation A&D products. Watch this dynamic video to learn how you can use simulation to accelerate innovation at a lower cost and with fewer resources.
View video overview of ANSYS Motor-CAD.
How do airplanes fly and stay in the air? The Wright Brothers figured this out by mastering a physics force called “lift”. Mostly created by the wings, lift holds an aircraft in the air. Thanks to Ansys technology, you can run airplane simulations to explore how lift is generated — directly on your computer — using the same software that even NASA scientists use! This cool video — ideal for grade schoolers (K – 7th grade) — performs fun experiments with paper airplanes and other exciting demonstrations to easily explain how lift works. Want to conduct your own lift experiment? Try building the paper airplane used in the video! Visit www.ansys.com/paperairplane
In this video, John Magee of GE, will the importance of IIoT, digital twins and how ANSYS and GE are working together on this topic.
Illustrates the design implications of chips used for automotive applications.