ANSYS Webinars This Week

ansys webinarsHappy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. We’re pretty excited to be launching the NEW ANSYS in ACTION series this week as well. If you haven’t heard of it, or checked it out yet, I encourage you to do so. There are a lot of great topics coming up that I think you’ll like.

And now, here’s what’s up this week.


New Orthopedic Shoulder Implants: Optimized through Patient Specifc Multiphysics Modeling – October 12


For more than 20 years, the orthopedic sector has widely adopted engineering simulation and finite element analysis to accelerate the development of new implants. Today, most hip prostheses, knee joints and spinal implants are optimized through computer modeling. During the last few years leading orthopedic companies have developed an in silico testing approach, which enables them to test new prototypes on a relatively large population of virtual patients.

Attend this webinar to learn how ANSYS simulation solutions can give you a more detailed understanding of all articulations including the shoulder, elbow, wrist and ankle. For patient-specific implants to become standard, including synovial fluid and electromagnetic interaction modeling are the obvious next steps. Learn about a workflow that takes you from patient to simulation, while including fluid–structure interaction behavior in your shoulder model.


ANSYS in ACTION: Pressure Drop through a Valve – October 13


Pressure drop through a valve is a function of system demand and increases with increasing flowrate. Understanding pressure drop in valves and the response to changes in flowrate in the connected system is a key concern for engineers who need to select the right valve for the job. Come to this webinar to see how simulation from ANSYS can help make simulations for valve selection easy and straightforward in just 20 min.


Want to get a jump on ANSYS Webinars next week? Register for:

Turbocharge Rotating Machinery Efficiency with Simulation – October 18

Benefits of a Chip-Package-System Simulation Workflow – October 19

ANSYS in ACTION: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a CPU Cooler – October 20