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!
“Meshing”… Usually throwing this single word to a group of structural or CFD analysts will start interesting and passionate discussions. Meshing is definitely a key part of the simulation process and requires attention. As analysts, how many hours did we or do we spend on meshing? Probably too many — especially if you have been in the simulation world for many years and started when automation of meshing was not so common. But after all, meshing is just one of the tools that we need to get accurate results and we should spend more time looking at simulation results than meshing our models. Continue reading
I am very excited to announce that the ANSYS Investor Relations App (IR App) is now available for download on iTunes and Google Play. If you have been looking for a quick and easy way to keep track of all the exciting things happening at ANSYS that affect your investment in the Company, this is the app for you. Yet another way for you to stay informed about the developments at ANSYS. With the ANSYS IR App you will automatically be alerted when something new has been posted. Continue reading
Can you believe it’s the last week in February already? Here’s hoping that your year has gotten off to a great start and that you’ve been able to attend some of the great ANSYS webinars our experts have been putting together for you.
All of our ANSYS webinars feature a LIVE Q&A at the end of each session, so bring your questions! Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles continue to push the boundaries of earth and space with new gadgets, new discoveries and, if all goes well, new pioneers.
In a previous post, I have presented how to apply a harmonic base excitation in ANSYS Mechanical 15.0 using three different techniques. Among those techniques, we had the great ACT extension that has received a great attention due to its ease of use and practicality.
ANSYS 16.0 offers the capability of applying a harmonic base excitation natively, and without the need for the ACT. Acceleration applied as a base excitation uses the Enforced Motion Method. Continue reading
This week we continue our ANSYS webinars series focused on the newest features and enhancement you’ll find in ANSYS 16.0 products.
ANSYS Icepak simulates thermal and fluid flow in ICs and PCBs, including all modes of heat transfer — conduction, convection and radiation — for steady-state and transient electronics cooling applications. ANSYS Maxwell is the premier low-frequency electromagnetic field simulation software for designing and analyzing 3-D and 2-D electromagnetic and electromechanical devices. Continue reading