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Happy Monday everyone. Here’s a list of ANSYS webinars this week. Always free to attend, but registration is required.
You can find a full listing of future ANSYS webinars on our Events page. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include Volvo’s lounge concept interior for your next road trip, a robot that can replace scuba divers for dangerous situations and the next step in the plan to colonize Mars. Have a great weekend!
ANSYS AIM brings easy simulation to every engineer. The results from these simulations can be used to create fantastic images that bring your simulation to life.
You may have noticed a new graphics display mode that can be enabled by clicking on one of the toolbar buttons in ANSYS AIM 17.0. Its name is Enhanced display, and it is the third display mode option after Standard and Translucent displays: Continue reading
In the first part of this two-part post, I already addressed four of the eight cloud computing best practices that are fundamentally related to simulation data and end-user access. Now I’ll address best practices that are associated with licensing, HPC workloads, and business support for cloud deployments. Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles offer up new ways of looking at old problems and old ways of looking at new problems.
Rapid growth in the use of engineering simulation tools – and in the demand for high performance computing (HPC) – is driving interest in cloud computing. Using the cloud for simulation presents unique challenges with different solution types required for specific use-cases. For many years, I have been on this journey with customers adopting cloud computing. Quite a few of them has been enabled through the UberCloud project. Let me share some lessons learned and key takeaways. I will basically do that by means of eight “best practices”: Continue reading
ANSYS is hiring. Check out the latest openings that are listed here. All of our open positions are listed on our careers site. If you are interested in any of our jobs at ANSYS, apply online as we can only accept applications via our website. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a smart scalpel to help identify cancerous brain tumors, the Polaroid camera revolution and a wearable that could give you access to anything, anywhere. Have a great weekend!
It is a great pleasure to guest blog for ANSYS again after my post in 2014 entitled Reshaping the Future of CFD Using Mesh Morphing. We continue to increase our commitment to deliver the high-performance mesh morphing technology of RBF Morph and began our new product project at the beginning of 2014.
We presented the first industrial applications at the Automotive Simulation World Congress in Tokyo in October 2014, and officially launched the RBF Morph ACT Extension on the market at the ANSYS Italian UGM in May 2015. At the end of 2015, we posted a free version (with limited functionality) in the ANSYS App Store. Continue reading