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Addressing Challenges In Nonlinear Contact Analysis Through Simulation

17 czerwca 2020, godz. 11:30 IST
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Contacts are widely used to simulate the complex interactions of parts and assemblies under field conditions. Contact, a changing-status nonlinearity, can lead to highly nonlinear behavior and requires significant computational resources to solve. Contact parameters play an important role in achieving high simulation accuracy and smooth convergence behavior. It is important that the analyst understands the physics of the problem and invests the time to set up the model to run as efficiently as possible.

In this webinar, you will learn about the best practices and highlights of recent enhancements related to the rich library of Ansys connection technology:

  • Contact options to achieve simulation accuracy and efficiency
  • Contact modeling techniques to simplify the contact specification process
  • Scalability solutions for simulations involving large contact pairs
  • Advanced techniques related to interference-fit and bolted-joint applications

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Combining Parametric Modeling with Design Exploration

18 czerwca 2020, godz. 10:00 EDT
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Computer-aided engineering (CAE) helps investigate large numbers of product variants across numerous product application scenarios. This is a key strategy to cut costs and shorten design cycles during the virtual product development process. Ansys has a long history in supporting this process using Ansys DesignXplorer. Ansys Workbench and Ansys Electronics Desktop provide leading technology for parametric and pervasive CAD and CAE modeling for simulation-driven product development. Ansys optiSLang delivers efficient workflows for design variation, optimization and robust design optimization (RDO) including Ansys DesignXplorer functionality.

In this framework Ansys Workbench enables powerful parametric modeling, including bidirectional interfaces to major CAD programs. Workbench’s process automation and job control helps update the designs. optiSLang’s process integration enables direct integration with any additional parametric modeling environments and external CAE codes. Easy-to-use sensitivity study, optimization and robustness evaluation are enabled by predefined workflows. In addition, optiSLang now has a user-friendly connection to Electronics Desktop.

The webinar addresses current DesignXplorer users and all customers interested in design exploration, design optimization or robust design. We demonstrate how to use optiSLang together with Workbench, Electronics Desktop and other tools.

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Electronics Design for Manufacturability (DfM): Avoiding Failure After Reflow

18 czerwca 2020, godz. 11:00 EDT
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

In the electronics industry, the capability of manufacturing suppliers greatly impacts the quality and reliability of any product. Manufacturing issues are one of the top reasons that companies fail to meet warranty expectations. Both process and design can play critical roles during manufacturing, while design for manufacturability (DfM) typically remains overlooked in the design process. Many manufacturing and assembly-related issues can be avoided with a proactive DfM approach.

Join us for this free webinar, in which we’ll review several considerations for electronics DfM. A variety of examples will be presented including general guidelines, physical examples, as well as simulation. Leveraging simulation can help predict and avoid loads that cause printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) issues such as component cracking, pad cratering, or solder fracture. An Ansys Sherlock workflow will be presented to highlight how simulation can be used to evaluate post-soldering manufacturing and assembly processes.

  • Receive expert tips for implementing DfM within your organization.
  • Understand how you can use simulation to help forecast and prevent loads that create PCBA issues.
  • Discover how you can leverage Sherlock to help measure post-soldering manufacturing and assembly processes.

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CFD in Microfluidics and Biomedical Devices

19 czerwca 2020, godz. 10:30 IST
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Providing healthcare access to people living in poverty across the world could dramatically improve global well-being, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, many diagnostic devices are cost-prohibitive and difficult to deploy in the field under extremely challenging conditions where sophisticated laboratory facilities and trained technicians are scarce. Disruptive diagnostic technologies based on paper-microfluidics have been successfully developed and are currently being deployed in rural healthcare centers, catering to the needs of the under-served population.

In this webinar, we discuss the underlying scientific premises of fluid dynamics on a paper matrix and provide illustrative examples of portable medical devices for ultralow-cost pathological diagnostics from one drop of body fluid, using optimized microfluidic protocols in conjunction with smartphone-enabled machine-learning-augmented image analytics. We further showcase the real-life use of these devices in extremely harsh environments with uncontrolled dirt, dust, humidity and temperature — conditions in which traditional diagnostic technologies do not work. This disruptive technology could give new hope to millions of poor and deprived people in the underprivileged world.

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Electric Machine Design — an Electromagnetic Problem?

23 czerwca 2020, godz. 10:00 EEDT
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Is electric machine design an electromagnetic problem? This webinar looks at the concept design of electric machines and demonstrates how design decisions are enhanced when multiphysics analysis is used when compared to only electromagnetic analysis.

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Enhancements in Ansys Fluent Multiphase Modeling

23 czerwca 2020 
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Reliable and accurate modeling of many industrial processes requires accounting for interactions between two or more phases. The simultaneous flow of phases in a domain is called multiphase flow; some examples include conversion of crude to high-value petroleum products in a refinery, combustion of coal to generate energy in a power plant and combustion of gasoline droplets in an internal combustion engine. The successful design of equipment and processes that involve multiphase flows crucially depends on accurately predicting the mechanical, thermal and chemical interactions between the phases. This knowledge can aid in scaling up and retrofitting existing equipment as well as improving processes.

In this webinar, we discuss how Ansys Fluent provides the widest range of multiphase models to accurately simulate your toughest challenges. Learn about recent innovations, enhancements and their applications including:

  • A streamlined workflow that makes it simple to set up complex multiphase simulations faster
  • Spray breakup modeling
  • Fast and robust semi-mechanistic boiling model
  • Thin film partial wetting model
  • Mixture multiphase model extensions
  • An innovative AIAD model to accurately simulate complex regime transitions, such as between continuous stratified flows and dispersed flows
  • Transient VOF performance improvements

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Tips and Tricks for Optimizing Your Development and Reducing Your FEA Preprocessing Time

24 czerwca 2020, godz. 11:30 IST
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Ansys Mechanical users continue to solve highly complex engineering problems faster and more efficiently than ever before, with geometry and meshing playing an integral part in the computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulation process. Generating accurate geometry and creating the most appropriate mesh remains the foundation of engineering simulation. The accuracy of geometry and meshes influences the reliability, convergence and speed of simulation. Furthermore, the time required to prepare and mesh a model often consumes the time to arrive at a CAE solution. Therefore, automated, industry-proven preprocessing tools deliver enhanced and expedited solutions.

Join us for this free webinar that provides expert insights on how you can leverage Mechanical’s cutting-edge new improvements to rapidly produce massively large models and optimize your product design.

  • Understand how you can quickly prepare a geometry for finite element analysis modeling.
  • Discover the latest features in Mechanical meshing for generating optimum meshes.
  • Learn how to handle huge shell and beam assemblies more effectively with mechanical meshing.
  • Receive expert tips on using Mechanical’s groundbreaking new processes including batch shell meshing, SpaceClaim meshing, local solid meshing enhancement and more!

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Handling Rapid Model Changes with Ansys SpaceClaim Scripting

25 czerwca 2020, godz. 11:30 IST
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Designing an optimal product requires the generation and testing of various geometries. The geometry scripting option in Ansys SpaceClaim is a great way to automate repetitive tasks or reduce a complicated workflow to a single mouse click.

The recently introduced geometry scripting environment in SpaceClaim eases common geometry-related tasks. More specifically, it is a simple way to record or write a set of commands that will automate repetitive tasks or make complicated workflows easy. It also extends the user interface to create otherwise impossible geometries by expanding the range of what you can do with geometries. From replaying recorded changes on imported models to parameterizing variables only thought possible in a feature-based system, scripting is a powerful ally in making smart, robust geometry.

Topics include:

  • How to record features and embed the recording into a script
  • Creating named selections and parameters using Python
  • Reading data from an Excel file by script in SpaceClaim
  • How to run SpaceClaim script in batch mode


  • Automate repetitive tasks or make complicated workflows easy
  • Extend the user interface to make otherwise impossible geometry changes
  • Enhance performance through automation of CAD cleanup operations
  • Deploy best practices in geometry handling to your team

Who Should Attend:

  • CAE engineers and managers
  • Design engineers and managers

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Fluent Meshing in 15 Minutes: Gas Turbines

25 czerwca 2020, godz. 11:00 EDT
ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Attend this webinar to learn how Ansys Fluent can accelerate the meshing and solve time for gas turbine applications. There will be a live demonstration showcasing:

  • CAD import to volume mesh generation
  • User-friendly task-based workflows
  • How to customize and save your workflow
  • Advanced meshing technologies
  • Efficient parallel meshing

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