Many of our customers are reaping the benefits of the trace import functionality in ANSYS Mechanical, which accounts for the effects of copper distribution on every layer of a printed circuit board (PCB) — or printed circuit board assembled (PBA) — for your thermal stress analysis, modal, shock and random vibration simulations. Just think — you can capture the accuracy necessary to confidently make engineering decisions in a fraction of the time you are currently spending on lumped parameter models. In this post, I’ll give you a brief overview and explanation of the process. Continue reading
I’m excited to announce the release of ANSYS 17.2, the latest step in our unwavering commitment to push the boundaries of engineering simulation technology, so you can solve your most difficult product development challenges faster and more cost-effectively. No one can afford to wait in today’s fast-paced business environment, and our frequent release program ensures that you have the latest simulation solutions at your fingertips as soon as possible. Our goal is to deliver the best simulation tools on the planet when you need them, which is always now, not six months from now. So let’s cut to the chase. ANSYS 17.2 delivers many new advances across the portfolio, but here are a few of my favorites. Continue reading
Delivering a truly innovative product for the mobile revolution requires optimization at every level of design for power, performance, thermal and structural integrity. The success of today’s electronic products are tied to the success of their entire system, including all components from antenna to board, and from chip to chassis. Designing a smart watch, for example, requires multiple iterations of chip, package, board, antenna, and cooling strategy to arrive at a final optimized product. Continue reading
In the U.S., Groundhog Day is behind us; Phil saw his shadow and Spring looms ever closer. Last night the Ravens won the Superbowl and today the media is buzzing about the commercials, Beyonce’s half-time show and the power outage more than the plays on the field. But it’s Monday, and time to get back to the work at hand, so let’s turn our attention to the exciting line-up of ANSYS webinars and other events this week.
|Feb 05||Traction Motor Design for EV/HEVs||Online|
|Feb 06||Permanent Magnet (PM) Motor: Design, Modeling and Control||Orlando, Florida|
|Feb 06||Ask the Expert – Tools for Efficiently Managing ANSYS Mechanical 14.5 Models||Online|
|Feb 06||ANSYS Seminar: Electromechanical Tools||Oak Ridge, Tennessee|
|Feb 06||Altium Designer 2013 Definition of Insanity Tour||Carlsbad, California|
|Feb 06||Ask the Expert – Modeling Reacting Flows with ANSYS CFD||Online|
|Feb 06||Ask the Expert – Tips & Tricks to Improve Modeling Efficiency & Productivity in ANSYS Icepak||Online|
|Feb 07||Traction Motor Design for EV/HEVs||Online|
|Feb 08||ANSYS 14.5 Update Seminar||Houston, Texas|
|Feb 11||Altium Designer 2013 Definition of Insanity Tour||Chicago, Illinois|
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We have seven ANSYS webinars for you to take advantage of this week where you can further your skills in your ANSYS software. Begin the week by gaining insight into the ANSYS Fluent Adjoint Solver, a groundbreaking new technology that ANSYS fluids customers are already beginning to take advantage of to help them improve their products quicker. Explore ANSYS Workbench, which provides a number of standard tools for structural mechanics simulations, or Ask The Expert about tips & tricks for modeling reacting flows.
And, if you’re on the road this week at DesignCon in Santa Clara, CA, stop by Booth 513 and say hello!
|Jan 29||The ANSYS Fluent Adjoint Solver: Getting More From Your CFD||Webinar|
|Jan 29||Customization of Process for Structural Mechanics||Webinar|
|Jan 29 –
|DesignCon 2013||Santa Clara, CA||Trade Show|
|Jan 30||Ask the Expert – Modeling Reacting Flows with ANSYS CFD||Webinar|
|Jan 30||Ask the Expert – Tips & Tricks to Improve Modeling Efficiency & Productivity in ANSYS Icepak||Webinar|
|Jan 30||Ask the Expert – Tools for Efficiently Managing ANSYS Mechanical 14.5 Models||Webinar|
|Jan 31||The ANSYS Fluent Adjoint Solver: Getting More From Your CFD||Webinar|
|Jan 31||Customization of Process for Structural Mechanics||Webinar|
ANSYS Webinars Full Description & Registration Below
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Before I tell you about this week’s events, DID YOU KNOW that you can view past recordings of ANSYS webinars in our Resource Library? In case you missed a specific topic you’re interested in, you can also filter your results by Industry or Product. Why not catch up on all the great content our experts have put together for ANSYS users today!
While you’re there, I’d like to invite you to browse and find other technical briefs, conference papers and case studies of interest to you. If there’s something specific you’re looking for, please leave a comment on this blog post and I’ll see what I can find for you.
Thermal Management is Essential
We have a plethora of ANSYS webinars, face-to-face seminars and workshops this week. For instance, if you’re in or around Washington, DC for the NAFEMS North America Conference, we’d love to have you stop by our booth and say hello.
Below you’ll find a more comprehensive listing of ANSYS webinars and seminars. Make sure you register today for the events you’d like to attend. Continue reading
Our Ask the Expert series continues this week on the ANSYS Events Calendar along with several other events around the world. Just select the ones that fit your interest.
You must register in advance for webinars, but they are FREE to attend. In addition, recordings will be available after-the-fact for most webinars in our Resource Library.
|June 26 – June 27||AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference||New Orleans, Louisiana, United States||Trade Show|
|June 26||Automotive Powertrain Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)||Online||Webinar|
|June 27 –
|Forum Ter@tec – Simuler pour concevoir||Palaiseau, France||Trade Show|
|June 27 –
|2nd International Thermal Management Conference for EV/HEV||Darmstadt, Germany||Trade Show|
|June 27||Ask the Expert – Battery Cell Electrochemical and Thermal Modeling||Online||Webinar|
|June 27||Ask the Expert – Best Practices for Meshing Complex CAD Geometries in ANSYS Icepak||Online||Webinar|
|June 28||Automotive Powertrain Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)||Online||Webinar|
We’ve got several events on tap for this week, including guest speakers from IBM joining us on Tuesday and Thursday to discuss High-Performance Cluster Configurations for ANSYS Fluild Dynamics. Simply click on the event title you wish to attend. REGISTER TODAY
Also kicking off this week is our first in a series of face-to-face workshops called “Confidence By Design”. These session will take place at various locations throughout the U.S. – this week is Newark, NJ. (further details below) Continue reading