Although businesses are increasingly using cloud computing for engineering simulation, many misconceptions still surround cloud-based simulation.
This post debunks the leading misconceptions about cloud computing, and, in doing so, will assist engineering and IT managers, as well as directors, as they make decisions regarding computing resources. While dispelling these misconceptions, I will share resources and provide insight to help organizations steer around possible failure points as they consider cloud computing. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! This week we present two ANSYS webinars focused on multiphysics. Register today for these great topics.
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If you’ve been reading our recent blog posts, you’ve certainly noticed a recurring theme. We’ve been featuring different topics about how the Internet of Things is moving forward and changing the way products are engineered. With that in mind, I want to share with you five great Ted Talks focused on innovation and engineering.
I first came to learn about TED Talks over 10 years ago. Many refer to these talks as the gold standard for inspiration and learning about the world we live in. I couldn’t agree more. What I appreciate most is that they are all under 18 minutes! So, grab a beverage and enjoy!
I’ve been involved in engineering simulation for 20 years. Not quite sure exactly how that happened, but none-the-less here we are. Back in 1996, when I was studying engineering, a good part of my course looked at the fundamentals of FEA for structural analysis and CFD for flow simulation. We spent an inordinate amount of time manually calculating how a five-element beam would behave. I dread to think how many trees were sacrificed at the expense of my scruffy algebra.
I learned two key things from this exercise. FEA was incredibly useful —I could get an engineering answer to a reasonably realistic problem by using this approach — and that FEA software was a must if I wanted to do this on a more meaningful model. Continue reading
In just a few days, millions of eyes will be on the biggest sporting event of the summer. This upcoming major international multi-sport event is due to take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from August 5th to the 21st. For those of us participating in sport or simply keen to watch these events, I think this will be a fantastic firework of performances, achievements and discoveries of sports that we barely know but that we might be watching with great interest. Continue reading
Coming up during the month of August, we have a great line-up of ANSYS webinars covering a variety of topics in multiphysics, fluid dynamics and structural analysis.
I’d also recommend that you check out our face-to-face seminars coming to your local area. Check our full Events Calendar today. Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles include some tech giants, some giant structures, and some tiny, tiny doctors for giant means of transportation.
Do you wish you had a way to build and test your ideas virtually before investing in physical prototypes? An easy, accurate method that accelerates design timelines and reduces costs?
We all have ideas. Product designers strive to come up with ideas for innovative products. In the modern era, most products are not simple and must fulfill multiple functions in addition to being cost-effective and stylish. A good idea for a product often means understanding how a thousand smaller ideas work together to create the whole. Unfortunately, it is expensive to physically test every idea or many versions of the best one. Fortunately, upfront simulation helps engineers optimize their product idea before building the first physical prototype. Attend our webinar to see how. Continue reading
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This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles include some new breakthroughs on some old technology and an old event that deserves a new look.