Before I launch into our ANSYS webinars and events for this week I thought I’d ask everyone, did you happen to catch the world-breaking event that happened yesterday? You might have read a story here that my co-worker wrote Breaking the Sound Barrier – Without an Airplane. Pretty amazing if you ask me. I sat mesmerized, holding my breathe, as Austrian Felix Baumgartner edged his way out of that capsule. to become the first skydiver to go faster than the speed of sound, reaching a maximum velocity of 833.9mph (1,342km/h).
Now, I have NO idea whether Felix and his team used ANSYS software to simulate anything to do with this jump, but I like to think they did. If it were you, what kind of simulation would you have done for a feat like this? I’d love to hear your thoughts in our comments section.
Now, back to the business at hand:
ANSYS Webinars and other events this week
|October 15-16||2012 IEEE Compound Semiconductor IC Symposium||La Jolla, California|
|October 16||TSMC Open Innovation Platform Ecosystem Forum||San Jose, California|
|October 16||ANSYS Icepak vous aide à résoudre vos challenges thermiques électriques et électroniques||Paris la Défense, France|
|October 17||Scale-Resolving Turbulence Approaches to Industrial CFD||Online|
|October 17||Ask-the-Expert – Predicting Boiling Heat Transfer in IC Engine Cooling Jackets with ANSYS Fluent||Online|
|October 17||Ask-the-Expert – Mesh Connection Options in ANSYS Mechanical 14.0||Online|
|October 18||ANSYS Seminar: Dimensions of Electronic Design||Santa Clara, California|