In the U.S., we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving on Thursday. It’s the perfect time of year to take a little vacation and visit our families, so our ANSYS Webinars this week come to you from our teams in Germany and France.
I’m actually in London this week and enjoying the many views and Christmas preparations. One stop I’ll be making is the amazing structure known as the London Eye. Did you know that ANSYS was used in it’s design? Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles show us a couple of new energy technologies, a cool space discovery, and a concept that I can’t wait to utilize.
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a flying aircraft carrier, self-assembling furniture and a baseball-playing robot. Have a great weekend!
This week our ANSYS webinars line-up includes topics such as model-based systems engineering, product-related tutorials with ANSYS Mechanical and ANSYS Polyflow, as well as a very interesting look at how fluid simulation is used to better everyday life.
Our Improving Your Everyday Life webinar is a part of the Convergence Webinar Series. ANSYS customers, University of Parma and Bissell Homecare, Inc, give us insights into how they use simulation. Later in the week, researchers at Intevac and Ozen Engineering show how they simulated the fluid—structure interactions (FSI) of the human left ventricle with Hybertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy (HOCM) to better understand the condition in the hope of saving lives. Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles bring us closer to clean air, printable food, and mechanized war.
One of my favorite books is called Outliers. Author Malcolm Gladwell says that it takes roughly ten thousand hours of practice to achieve mastery in a field. Since it’s publication there have been numerous studies and articles attempting to debunk this, but either way I don’t think there’s any reason to believe that our time spent learning is not time well spent. ANSYS webinars are are great way to further your knowledge of a variety of topics, so why not schedule an hour of your time this week to learn something new.
This week our experts have put together another great ANSYS webinars line-up for you. Register today!
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a new wearable device, another innovative use of drones and a zombie proof house — just in time for Halloween. Have a great weekend!
We’re really excited to present a number of ANSYS webinars this week, but one in particular is going to be epic in my opinion.
I’m sure everyone knows that SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. Well, this week, we have a presentation that discusses how SpaceX uses finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics to revolutionize the rocket and spacecraft industry. It touches upon how Falcon 9 v1.1 and Dragon engine components were designed at faster than industry rates via multi-physics analysis, which includes structural, dynamic, thermal, fluid, and electromagnetic analyses. Continue reading