From 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
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles exist in reality today, but grew almost directly from someone’s imagination. Technology only thought of as someone’s fiction is quickly spurring another’s reality.
- This Mind-Blowing New 3-D Printing Technique Is Inspired By ‘Terminator 2’
- After Terminator Arm, DARPA Wants Implantable Hard Drive For The Brain
- Jaw-Dropping Magic Leap Demo Shows Off Our Augmented Future
- Tesla Basically Just Ignited The Driverless Car Era
- This Smart Shoe Can Change Colors And Patterns Thanks To E-Ink
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a pancake-printing robot, an injectable polymer that can save people from bleeding to death, and how you can save your jeans by taking a walk in sunlight. Have a great weekend!
- PancakeBot Pancake Printer
- An Injectable UW Polymer Could Keep Soldiers, Trauma Patients From Bleeding to Death
- NASA Tests Parachute-Like Space Brakes to De-Orbit Satellites
- Someday You’ll Clean Your Favorite Jeans With Sunlight
- Disney’s $1 Billion Bet on a Magical Wristband
We occasionally get questions about writing if/else parameter expressions. For instance, users may be setting up a parametric model where the heat turns on only under certain conditions or perhaps an input or output is best expressed as a step function.
Yes, you can do this with expressions. Lets look at some basic examples. Continue reading
In our ANSYS webinars line-up this week, we continue the conversation about our latest software releases. ANSYS 16.0 delivers an all new ANSYS Electronics Desktop featuring ANSYS HFSS and the industry’s first 3-D EM component library. During this webinar, we will introduce you to features in the desktop and illustrate how engineers and CAD support teams can use the new 3-D EM component library. Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles touch on electricity, water, light, batteries, and lasers. And, somehow it all comes together in a glorious set of leaps and bounds forward in technology.
- Light Photographed As A Wave And A Particle For The First Time
- Glass-Coated Sulfur Particles Could Improve Battery Life By 1,000 Percent
- These British Students Are Making Electricity Every Time They Pee
- Breakthrough In Energy Harvesting Could Power Life On Mars
- Lockheed Martin Laser Weapon Takes Out Truck
March arrived like a lion here in Pennsylvania, with snow and rain and ice. If you’re in a part of the World where the weather is harsh, you’re going to want to check out the ANSYS webinars that you can attend from the comfort of you home or office.
This week, we have a special guest joining us. Troyce Severe, EDA Systems Engineer at Qorvo, will present how the combination of SGI® UV™ hardware solutions and ANSYS HFSS helps them simulate a wide range of EM designs from single chips to complete module laminate assemblies. Continue reading
Hello all — and happy National Engineers Week! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a door lock that requires your secret knock, NASA’s successful SMAP antenna and the 3-D (hand) printing robot that writes your personalized communications. Have a great weekend!
- This Dutch Wind Wheel Is Part Green Tech Showcase, Part Architectural Attraction
- Sesame’s Smart Door Lock Lets You in with a Simple Knock
- NASA Successfully Opens 20-Foot-Wide SMAP Antenna
- New Wave System Claims Huge Energy Per Ton Potential
- Meet Bond, the Robot That Creates Handwritten Notes for You