Engineering is a pretty exciting place to be right now. There seems to be amazing news about new products and technologies being tested and released nearly every day. ANSYS 18.2 just launched and it’s packed with cool stuff. ANSYS Mechanical has a raft of new capabilities to help engineers make new technologies a reality.
I’m amazed at some of the commercial space industry achievements going on right now and of course, being a big car fan, the technology going into the automotive sector is just incredible. In order to bring these products to market, big changes are taking place in the companies designing these products.
More efforts are being put into every aspect of product design and the drive to build better products faster means increased pressure on engineers. Continue reading
We’ve actually got quite a full calendar of ANSYS webinars and events this week that should appeal to a wide audience. Whether you’re traveling to an in person event, an industry trade show, or you prefer an online experience, there’s a little bit of everything this week..
You can view a full calendar below, but let’s start with our online learning opportunities, including the Ask the Expert Series.
Methodology and Tools for Compute Performance at Any Scale
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
9:00 am EST, 2:00 pm GMT (REGISTER)
Thursday, November 29, 2012
4:00 pm EST, 9:00 pm GMT (REGISTER)
Clusters and Workstations are usually sized according to one-off benchmarking campaigns during tenders and way before production. While this widely used method is efficient, it has a number of drawbacks: Continue reading