This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles go from the bottom of the ocean to outer space and cover technologies as big as a rocket and smaller than a strand of human hair.
This week marks traditionally the biggest eating and shopping days of the year in the U.S. On Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, many of us will gorge ourselves with turkey and stuffing or lentil loaf and all the yummy sides in my case. Then, on Friday, Black Friday, many people will hit the malls and shopping centers in hopes of scoring some excellent deals on their Christmas shopping.
I will be cozy at home. I strongly dislike crowds and shopping. But, just like many, I have my sons and nieces and nephews that I like to give presents too. And, just like many of us, I want to buy something these kids can learn from and be inspired by. Inspired for what? A career in STEM of course. Fortunately for me and the little rug-rats in my life, it is easier than ever to buy STEM-inspiring toys for kids of all ages with the help of online shopping and excellent guides to point parents looking to inspire kids in the right direction. Continue reading
While the U.S. takes a little breather before the big holiday season begins with turkey and football, that doesn’t mean you won’t find a number of ANSYS webinars to attend this week. Below is our list for this week. Please register today and then watch your email for a notification you can add to your calendar. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a robot that helps remove tumors, gift ideas for tech and gadget lovers and how the blind can pick up visual signs from their guide dogs. Have a great weekend!
Ever wonder what it’s like to work at ANSYS? In case you didn’t know, ANSYS employs 2,700+ professionals in 20 offices around the world. Our staff includes a significant number of master’s and Ph.D. level engineers. Here’s some insights from two of our current employees.
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Happy Monday everyone! I’m really excited to bring you the list of ANSYS webinars for this week because I think there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re focused on fluid dynamics, structural analysis, electronics and thermal or signal integrity, and even HPC and Cloud. Please join us by registering for the event(s) that match your interests.
As always, ANSYS webinars are free to attend and past webinars can be found in the ANSYS Resource Library.
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles are cover a pretty wide spectrum from ancient Egypt to the House of Mouse working with my alma mater.
Many structural analysis models that use shell elements consist of a large number of bodies that need to be connected together to create a valid analysis model. These structures are typically manufactured by welding, for example ship structures.
There are a number of methods that can be used in ANSYS Mechanical for creating this type of model, which requires the geometry to be meshed and connected. Continue reading
If you are looking for a new career, or know someone who is, please take a look at the newest open jobs at ANSYS. From engineering to sales to marketing and more. If there is nothing in this listing for you, check out our Careers Site to view all of our available positions, or share this with your network. Please note: we only accept applications on-line.
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Here’s the line up of ANSYS webinars this week. And, don’t forget, we have a jam-packed Resource Library where you can find a whole host of past recordings. Whether your focus is fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electronics or multiphysics, you’ll find conference papers, presentations and articles. All designed to give you the insights you’re looking for to enhance your career. Start today by registering for one or more of these ANSYS webinars. Continue reading