On the 11th of June I, along with quite a few of my colleagues and a number of our customers will be heading to Sweden to the NAFEMS conference. I’ll be there to talk about our work in the area of Additive Manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing is the poster child of the engineering world right now. There are other posts on the web and on the ANSYS blog talking about this and what the opportunities are that it brings. But I wanted to talk about the changes that must make to the whole product development process.
It’s pretty well understood that product development is pretty well down the path to shift away from a time when simulation was used to figure out why something broke. Now simulation is more routinely being used up front in the design process to develop products that are, more often, right first time.Continue reading →
I’m excited and honored to share with you the innovations in the latest release of our suite of simulation solutions, ANSYS 18, on behalf of over a thousand R&D professionals at ANSYS. The driving force for these innovations is the spread of simulation to all areas of engineering practice, a trend we call “pervasive engineering simulation.”
This trend is enabling engineers to explore the design parameter space earlier in the product lifecycle (digital exploration), test thousands of detailed designs rapidly and efficiently (digital prototyping), and monitor and optimize their product’s operation after it has been deployed (using digital twins).
To make pervasive engineering simulation as easy as possible for all engineers, we’ve added a lot of new features to each product family, as you can see below. For more information on ANSYS 18, including demo videos, webcasts, application briefs and technical papers, see our ANSYS 18 web pages. Continue reading →