In the few years that I’ve been involved in the ANSYS Hall of Fame, I have been intrigued to see a wide variety of unique entries from our customers. Winners in the ANSYS Hall of Fame span many industries and applications. Even those that haven’t made the winner podium are fascinating and have included boat design, bridge construction, bubbles in a glass of champagne and wind turbine placement. Innovative use of ANSYS simulation enables engineers to break new boundaries across every industry.
I was speaking with an ANSYS HFSS developer about a year ago when he mentioned they were starting to see customers who wanted to run 3-D full wave electromagnetic field simulations that would need more than a terabyte of computer system memory, something this developer hadn’t been able to do before. Continue reading
Already September! Where did August go? On our end, we’ve been preparing a whole slew of new ANSYS webinars for you to attend. I’ve highlighted some that will occur over the next week or so, as well as the full listing below. But you can also head over to our main events page and narrow your selection by region or date range. Have a great week!
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include shipping container skyscraper apartments, personal vertical lift jets and a spill-proof coffee mug. Have a great weekend!
- Orée Launches Copper Stylograph Ballpoint That Digitally Records Handwritten Notes
- Shipping Container Skyscrapers Aim to Solve Overcrowding in India
- The Transforming Vertical-Takeoff Plane That’s Better Than a Flying Car
- Self-Healing Material Could Plug Life-Threatening Holes in Spacecraft
- Spill-Proof Magicup Lets You Safely Savor Your Morning Coffee
The end of Summer is quickly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere. The new school year is underway in many places in the World. What about you? Wouldn’t now be the perfect time to advance your learning? Here’s a look at the ANSYS webinars available for LIVE viewing this week, plus the ANSYS Convergence Webinar Series is coming up in just a couple of weeks. Also included are a few of our new on-demand offerings. Check them out and register today!
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles cover a variety of locations from the ground to space and back again.
- Researchers Made An Entirely New Type Of Glass…By Accident
- Ball-Shaped Camera Could Put 360 Photography On The Map
- So Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Is Actually Getting Kinda Serious
- Warp Speed Travel Is Theoretically Possible, Says Astrophysicist
- Even Twins Can’t Fool Windows 10’s Facial Recognition
I am also pleased to share with you the newly-announced list of the 2015 Convergence Webinars Series. Join ANSYS and industry leaders for this exclusive webinar series featuring selected presentations from ANSYS’ 2015 Convergence conferences worldwide. The webinar series includes sessions highlighting various trends and unique simulation solutions/methodologies as they are used by industry leaders. Continue reading