You can also check out our face-to-face seminars coming to your local area if you prefer a more hands on approach to learning about ANSYS products. Check out our full Events Calendar today. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars for this week. You can register today for the session(s) that grab your interest. For a more complete listing of ANSYS webinars, please visit our Events Calendar.
Happy 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. Continue reading
I would like to tell you about a new weekly webinar series we’re launching called ANSYS in ACTION. Before I do, let me ask you a few questions.
Do you like to see software in action before trying it yourself? Are you curious about how ANSYS software can be used to solve your common applications? Are you willing to take a 20 minute hot beverage break once a week to learn something new?
If you answered yes to these questions, the ANSYS in ACTION webinar series is for you. Beginning October 13th, at 1 pm EDT, application engineers from ANSYS will spend 20 minutes each Thursday showing you how ANSYS software can solve common problems. We are selecting applications that a large number of engineers face and showing them our best and easiest to use simulation solution, the solution that will produce the results they need to make good decisions fastest, for each one. Continue reading
Do you know how the following are related?
- Flame extinction and blow-out effects in aircraft propulsion and power generation systems
- Aerodynamic design of boat sails
- Temperature control for electrical contacts in switchgear design
- Conversion of heavy hydrocarbons to lighter ones in fluid catalytic cracking reactors
- Induction melting of metals under levitation
- Evaluation of surgical treatments for cervical degenerative disc disease
If you said these applications all used ANSYS software and were winners in the 2016 ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition, you are correct. Now it is your turn to enter the 2017 ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition!