We’ve got some great ANSYS webinars coming up this week that you won’t want to miss. Just click on a link below to register for the topic(s) of your choice. Remember, if you can’t make a particular webinar, you can register now and the link to the recording will be sent to you within a few days of the live event.
A full listing of our past ANSYS webinars can be found on our Resource Library.
Here’s a look at the ANSYS webinars coming up this week, June 29th through July 3rd. I’ve also included the list of the webinars coming up throughout July.
Register today to attend one or more of these sessions, each featuring a live Q&A at the end.
Other ANSYS Webinars Coming Up in July
This week our line up of ANSYS webinars includes a look at ANSYS AIM, an innovative, immersive simulation environment that lowers the barrier to entry for multiphysics simulations. The AIM unified multiphysics platform uses proven ANSYS solutions packaged in a new intuitive environment, making previously complex multiphysics simulations accessible to the entire engineering organization. Continue reading
Here’s the line up of ANSYS webinars for the week of June 15-19. Make sure you register to attend today. Each session ends with a LIVE Q&A. In the event your calendar is already booked up, by registering you can receive a link to the recording via email to watch at a time more convenient for you. Recordings are normally available within 72 hours. Continue reading
This week our ANSYS webinars line up includes free surface modeling updates in ANSYS Fluent 16.0, as well as respiratory imaging and engineering simulations solutions in offshore. Please register today for one or more of these 60 minute events. Continue reading
Achieve Faster Design Closure across Chip-Package-System
While Design Automation Conference (DAC) has traditionally been an Electronic Design Automation (EDA) show for SoC (System on Chip) designers, over the last few years DAC has been trying to expand into adjacent areas such as embedded systems and software, automotive systems and related software, and now into security. Apart from EDA and IP (intellectual property — the building blocks for SoC design), automotive, embedded design and security are three separate tracks in this year’s DAC, taking place June 7-11 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. Continue reading
This week, I thought I’d give you a look at all of the ANSYS webinars we have coming up this month.
If you missed past webinars, please remember you can find recordings in our ANSYS Webinars Resource Library.
This 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