Happy Monday everyone! You’ll notice a theme this week.. 10. I’d like to give you ten reasons to attend one of our ANSYS webinars, but I think there’s really only one.. you’ll learn what’s new and cool! From high tech to automotive to turbomachinery, this week offers you more than 10 advancements in each area. Each webinar has a live Q&A, so bring your questions — register today and join us. Continue reading
Happy equinox everyone! Depending on where you are it’s either the Spring or Fall Equniox. In either case, urban legend has it you can keep an egg balanced upright at the exact moment of the equinox. Did you give it a try? Yes, I digress… I’m here this morning to deliver you the ANSYS webinars for the week. We have some exciting topics you won’t want to miss. Register today for one or more or head over to our full Event Calendar schedule. Continue reading
Happy Pi Day – everyone’s favorite mathematical constant! Here’s our list of webinars for this week. From ANSYS SpaceClaim to ANSYS Savant to composites curing and tubomachinery. Each webinar is one hour with a live Q&A session, so bring your questions. Our full calendar of ANSYS webinars and seminars is on the Events Calendar.
AND, for a little Pi Day fun, scroll all the way to the bottom of this post. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars. Most of the weeks webinars offers two sessions for you to choose from, 9 am or 4 pm. Please register today for the session(s) that spark your interest. For a complete listing of ANSYS webinars, please visit our Events Calendar. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! To kick off your week, here’s our list of ANSYS webinars. Each webinar offers two sessions for you to choose from, 9 am or 4 pm. Please register today for the session(s) that spark your interest. For a complete listing of ANSYS webinars, please visit our Events Calendar. Continue reading
Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. Select the date/time and register for these complimentary events. You will receive a confirmation email, and in the event you are not able to attend, if you register you will receive a link to the recording when it is available.
As many of our readers know, SpaceX launched an exciting hyperloop pod contest to design a revolutionary pod for the Hyperloop system. Hundreds of teams have assembled worldwide to compete and ANSYS is proud to sponsor this contest by providing simulation tools and support. Simulation is critical for this contest because the deadlines are short and the need to innovate is very high and more than 100 students teams around the world are using ANSYS simulation to design their entry in the Hyperloop Pod contest.