ANSYS Webinars This Week

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsThis week our ANSYS webinars line-up will help you discover the improved hydrodynamics and wall–droplet heat transfer capabilities of ANSYS Fluent 16.0 and learn how you can customize models via user-defined function hooks. We will present several validations along with best practices to model a variety of spray-wall interactions. Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week – May 18th

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsThis week’s ANSYS webinars include topics for those interested in the design of electric machines, ANSYS Workbench and the use of simulation-driven product development to design a smart watch.

Also this week, you’ll find two opportunities to better understand our newest offering, ANSYS Enterprise Cloud, a unique solution that delivers the ANSYS platform, with support for full end-to-end workflows, in a secure single-tenant environment on the public cloud. In this presentation we will demonstrate how cloud best-practices for graphics, high performance computing, data management and storage can be delivered as a turnkey solution for ANSYS customers.

Please register today for the ANSYS webinars you’re interested in. Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars and Events This Week

ANSYS WebinarsIf you’re in the Chicago metro and surrounding areas, I’d like to remind you that the ANSYS Convergence Conference is being held on Friday, May 8th. You still have time to register and attend this free event, which features engineering experts and other thought leaders who offer best practices on ways to apply simulation technologies to create breakthrough products. The keynote at this event, The Role of Computational Science at Mars, will be presented by Jim Kennedy, Mars Corporate Innovation. Mars, Inc. is an American global manufacturer of confectionery, pet food, and other food products. Join us to learn how they use ANSYS simulation tools. Check out the full agenda and register today!

And, now… here are the ANSYS webinars you won’t want to miss this week! Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week – Apr 27th

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsThis week our ANSYS webinars feature topics for multiphysics, fluid dynamics, electronics and systems engineering.

A complete listing of ANSYS webinars, seminars and other events can be found on our Events Calendar. Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsEvery Monday, I like to bring you the ANSYS webinars coming up this week. My apologies for the late post, the day kind of got away from me. To make it up to you, dear readers, I decided to post a more complete listing of all of the ANSYS webinars coming up this month. At the bottom of the list, you’ll find two bonus events you should check into. Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week – April 6th

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsHere’s this week’s schedule for ANSYS webinars. Our webinars this week can help you with wireless power transfer applications, rotordynamics, HPC and SCADE to mention just a few. Make sure you registers today! Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week – March 30th

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsI’ve been providing these weekly updates for a while now, so I wanted to take the opportunity today to ask you how valuable you’re finding this listing. Am I providing enough information in the ANSYS webinars posts to help you decide which webinars are of value to you? Would you find it useful for me to also include in-person events? And, is a current week listing of value or would you prefer two weeks at a time so you can do advanced planning? Just let me know in the comments below, and I’d be happy to adjust this weekly post to help you in the most positive way I can.

Meanwhile, here’s the list of ANSYS webinars for this week beginning March 30th Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week

ANSYS Webinar Learning EventsFrom China to Germany to France and the U.S., there’s sure to be a few ANSYS webinars that will catch your interest. Please select a topic below and register today. If you are not able to attend the webinar live, you will receive a link to the recording within a few days after the event.  Continue reading