Webinaria

Aby promować nowe rozwiązania dostępne w portfolio oprogramowania ANSYS proponujemy mini szkolenia Webex na których eksperci z frim ANSYS lub Symkom prezentują nowe rozwiązania. Jest to też okazja do wymiany doświadczeń oraz opinii pomiędzy użytkownikami.

A Model-Based Safety Flow for Automotive Semiconductor Products in Battery Management Applications

28 sierpnia 2019 — 16:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Because they are tiny and virtually invisible, it’s easy to overlook the central importance of the semiconductors that underlie reliable automotive performance today. But these small systems allow larger electronics networks to control every aspect of a car’s performance — including the batteries that drive many of the critical systems in the vehicle.

In this webinar, NXP engineers present their work on a model-based flow to develop safety-related automotive semiconductor products using ANSYS medini for semiconductors. Attend this event to learn how a seamless top-down methodology helps NXP engineers handle demanding safety challenges. It enables a consistent integration of all safety deliverables from safety goals down to the architecture as well as extensive safety analysis. NXP presenters will use an automotive battery management IC as an example to describe the challenges and the individual flow steps.

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Improving Turbomachinery Design Through Simulation: Simulating Aircraft Engine and Frame Icing

3 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

This webinar covers the simulation of aircraft icing on surfaces, sensors and engines from high-altitude ice crystals and supercooled large droplets (SLD). You will learn how ANSYS solutions help you to develop regulatory-compliant products faster, test earlier and produce better solutions.

Topics include:

  • 3D icing simulation outputs and compliance with the FAA’s Appendices C, D and O
  • Tracking of loss of lift, momentary imbalance and disruption of control on external surfaces
  • Management of air intake obstruction, break off and ingestion, and ice crystal formation on aircraft engines

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Improving Turbomachinery Design Through Simulation: Overview of Advancements for Turbomachinery CFD Simulations

5 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

In this webinar, you will learn how to maximize product performance and efficiency — from design optimization to reduced-order model (ROM) generation — using the improved ANSYS workflow for turbomachinery design and analysis.

Enhancements include:

  • Transient blade row (TBR) methods with a focus on harmonics analysis
  • ANSYS CFX operating maps workflow
  • Cosimulation with any code that supports the FMI 2.0 standard
  • Use of ROMs to optimize workflow through multidisciplinary simulations
  • Fast, pragmatic approach for modeling cooling flows in turbine blades

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Should you be using Additive Manufacturing?

12 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Interest in Additive Manufacturing (AM) and its benefits over conventional manufacturing techniques continue to rise. Such benefits include the production of highly complex and ‘organic’ geometries, lower costs and delivery times for small production runs, and the customization of one-off bespoke components.

The challenge is the range of technology available, and the fact that the final performance is highly dependent on both the raw material feedstock and the machine used to process it. How do engineers make the right choices?

In this webinar, you’ll see how using the Senvol Database™ (the first and most comprehensive database on additive machines and materials) and the visualization and comparison tools in CES Selector 2019, helps you quickly identify which grades and machines are appropriate, and whether AM technology is a viable option for your component.

What you will learn

  • Quickly identify AM materials, grades and machines for a target application or component
  • Visualize and compare the performance of AM materials with conventional technologies
  • Justify your choice to stakeholders
  • Explore the Senvol Database
  • Watch a live demonstration of the most comprehensive data on AM materials and machines.

Who should take part?

  • Material specialists, product engineering, product design, research and development, innovation groups – anyone considering using AM.

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Improving Turbomachinery Design Through Simulation: Flutter, Forced Response and Mistuning

12 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Learn how to improve reliability, durability and safety for turbomachinery applications with high-fidelity aeromechanical simulations that account for blade flutter and forced response.

The challenge is the range of technology available, and the fact that the final performance is highly dependent on both the raw material feedstock and the machine used to

The webinar also introduces a faster, streamlined workflow with advanced simulation capabilities, including:

  • Transient blade row (TBR) method
  • Cyclic symmetry
  • Mode superposition
  • Efficient one-way coupling

See how these core capabilities can increase your simulation speed by orders of magnitude.

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Improving Turbomachinery Design Through Simulation: Solutions for Gas Turbine Combustors

12 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

The webinar presents solutions for reducing noise, emissions and excess fuel burning. These include a new, 2X- to 5X-faster seamless workflow for combustion simulation.

You will also learn about best practices for modeling complex interactions between turbulence, chemistry and heat transfer in a gas turbine combustor to accurately represent:

  • Sprays
  • Transient combustion
  • Flame stabilization
  • Combustion dynamics
  • Relight

The validation of simulation data against experimental data is also covered.

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Wind loading and turbulence modeling webinar

17 września 2019 —19:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Predicting wind loading on blunt bodies can be challenging. This is primarily due to the challenge and complexity of turbulence.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate different factors needed to accurately predict drag on blunt bodies.

Unstructured Meshing Workflows for the Aerospace and Defense Industries

18 września 2019 —17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Proppant transport modeling is a developing area of research. Well performance relies on open fractures, which require the proper transport of proppant over long distances. Numerical models help in determining key factors such as proppant placement, injection rate, proppant material and other geometrical considerations. However, it is critical to use appropriate models for particle drag and lift, as well as for turbulence and meshing, in order to validate the field data. This webinar will demonstrate, in detail, how to prepare these models for simulation to achieve the most accurate results.

Presented by: Muhammad Sami
Muhammad Sami joined ANSYS in 2001 and has expertise is in CFD multiphase reacting flows, particulate flows, dense flows, combustion and emissions. Before ANSYS, he received his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University.

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Proppant Flow Analysis, Best Practices

18 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Proppant transport modeling is a developing area of research. Well performance relies on open fractures, which require the proper transport of proppant over long distances. Numerical models help in determining key factors such as proppant placement, injection rate, proppant material and other geometrical considerations.

However, it is critical to use appropriate models for particle drag and lift, as well as for turbulence and meshing, in order to validate the field data. This webinar will demonstrate, in detail, how to prepare these models for simulation to achieve the most accurate results.

Presented by: Muhammad Sami
Muhammad Sami joined ANSYS in 2001 and has expertise is in CFD multiphase reacting flows, particulate flows, dense flows, combustion and emissions. Before ANSYS, he received his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University.

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Introduction to Reliability Physics Analysis

18 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Ensuring the reliability of an electronic design is becoming more and more critical to organizational success as electronics become increasingly universal and complex in their utilization. Studies have found that design can account for up to 70% of a product’s total cost. So why do organizations continue to rely on the antiquated and expensive approach of “Design-Build-Test-Fix”? With an approach to the design process founded upon Reliability Physics Analysis, organizations can do away with outdated ways of testing for reliability and as a result improve time to market, lower design costs and build more reliable and robust products.

In this webinar, Craig Hillman, Ph.D. will introduce the philosophy of Reliability Physics. Craig will discuss the benefits of adopting Reliability Physics Analysis into your workflow and how it can improve simulation, modeling, and design. Craig will then identify who is responsible for Reliability Physics Analysis and how it fits into an organization. Upon the conclusion of this webinar, attendees will possess the knowledge required to convert their design process to a more efficient and successful operation through the power of Reliability Physics Analysis.

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Where do you find materials data for simulation?

19 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Accurate design and simulation needs accurate materials property data. Finding data that you can rely on is time consuming and difficult.  You often need to transform that data into models that your simulation software can use, risking errors. In this webinar, we’ll explore the diverse materials data provided by ANSYS Granta, covering metals, plastics, composites, and more. We’ll see how to access this data seamlessly within simulation tools. And we’ll demonstrate the value of combining data with tools to help you narrow down materials options and to ensure use of approved, traceable company data.

What you will learn

  • Get a tour of the Granta materials data library: metals, plastics, composites, additive manufacturing, and industry materials data catalogs; from Granta and other leading materials data providers
  • Learn how this data is integrated with materials selection software and other desktop engineering tools
  • See how to build your own materials database, a single source of company materials information combining in-house data with Granta reference data
  • ANSYS users: see GRANTA Materials Data for Simulation, a data set now updated to support structural analysis (ANSYS Mechanical) and electromagnetic simulation (ANSYS Maxwell).

Who should take part?

  • Materials experts
  • Simulation analysts
  • Designers

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ANSYS 2019 R3: Discovery Live and Discovery AIM Update

24 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Find out how to unlock generative design capabilities in ANSYS Discovery Live — the first interactive topology optimization tool to deliver groundbreaking speed to help you find optimal designs in minutes.

ANSYS experts will walk you through additional simulation functionality added in the most recent release, including mass flow outlets and time-varying inputs.

You will also learn about advanced physics updates in ANSYS Discovery AIM, including structural beams support, physics-aware meshing enhancements and linear buckling capabilities.

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Advanced Electromagnetic Simulation Design for Electric Machines

25 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Electric machines are being used in more and novel applications throughout the world, driven by the need for greater power efficiency and higher power density in the transportation, aerospace and defense, and industrial automation markets. Electric machine designers are exploring design alternatives to reduce cost, optimize designs and deliver them quickly to market.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate the electromagnetic simulation of electric machines using ANSYS Maxwell, with a focus on the following topics:

  • A demagnetization study of a permanent magnet motor including advanced electromagnetic loss calculations
  • Optimization of electric machine performance
  • Magnetostriction effects in electric machines

Simulation workflows for creating accurate electric machine reduced-order models (ROMs) will also be covered, including:

  • Generation of an electromagnetic ROM of a permanent magnet machine
  • Generation of a thermal ROM of a permanent magnet machine
  • Vector control of a PM machine

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Improving Turbomachinery Design Through Simulation: Smart Shape Optimization Using the Adjoint Solver

26 września 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Learn about the easy-to-use, timesaving design tools for adjoint-based shape optimization in ANSYS Fluent.

In the webinar, we introduce a workflow with increased convergence speeds and automation for optimizing the following applications:

  • Turbomachinery
  • Heat transfer
  • Internal flows
  • External aerodynamics

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ANSYS 2019 R3: Discovery SpaceClaim Update

1 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Learn about the latest enhancements for designers in ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim, including automatic skinning to convert faceted geometry into “watertight” models for reverse engineering and generative design. Join ANSYS experts as they walk you through the feature updates to unlock the full potential of Discovery SpaceClaim.

ANSYS 2019 R3: Introducing SCADE Vision

2 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Because driving environments are increasingly complex, the cost of validating autonomous vehicle (AV) systems is skyrocketing. The future of AVs may depend on which grows faster: market size or validation costs. The industry needs a solution to break the “drive-find-fix” barrier for autonomous systems.

From a safety perspective, complexity is about how many edge cases AV perception systems may encounter. An edge case is a situation — unforeseen in the design phase — that can result in operational failure … or worse.

In this webinar, learn about the newest addition to ANSYS embedded software family: ANSYS SCADE Vision. SCADE Vision speeds up the discovery of edge case-related vulnerabilities in your AV perception software. It helps identify the root causes/triggering events underlying detection failure, by automatically applying augmentations to your input sensor data.

You will discover:

  • Why edge cases are so important and why manual methods of identification aren’t efficient
  • How SCADE Vision can automatically identify potential vulnerabilities and their root causes in autonomous perception systems
  • How SCADE Vision aids in the reporting of safety analysis results to relevant stakeholders and helps create a virtual feedback loop for safety improvements

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ANSYS 2019 R3: Fluent ROMs Update

8 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

ANSYS Fluent now quickly and easily evaluates very complex reduced-order models (ROMs) to explore design alternatives. For a cross flow heat exchanger, the ROM capability provides a solution for each design point in as little as one second versus over two hours for a full simulation. Learn how ROMs may be post-processed and evaluated in Fluent to gain insight far beyond the numerical output previously available — for example, to compute derived quantities, create plots along surfaces and more.

ANSYS 2019 R3: Additive Manufacturing Update

9 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

The latest release of ANSYS additive manufacturing (AM) software includes these new features, among others: ANSYS Additive Prep has a new build processor which allows you to export a build file directly to an AM machine, ANSYS Workbench Additive enables you to switch easily between viewing the STL supports, mesh or element densities. It also features an option to remove STL supports after cooldown on the AM process sequencer.

ANSYS Additive Print also has multiple new features with regards to supports:

  • Support-only cutoff enables you to cut the support from the part but leaves the part attached to the baseplate under the displacement after cutoff output option.
  • The Support Groups feature enables multiple supports in a single simulation, including a mix of volume-less and solid support types.

Join us to learn about these new AM capabilities from ANSYS.

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ANSYS 2019 R3: SPEOS Update

15 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

ANSYS 2019 R3 has SPEOS innovations that make you see optical simulation in a new light. The following are some details of these innovations:

  • SPEOS Live Preview has been enhanced for more flexibility and easier interactivity. You can switch in one click between true and false color, adjust scale adaption to fit with the resulting preview, change the sensor to be previewed and more.
  • SPEOS extends optical simulation into the ANSYS multiphysics platform. Meshed geometry is now compatible with body selection, making it possible to export the mesh data from the ANSYS multiphysics platform into ANSYS SPEOS to keep the same mesh definition throughout the complete multiphysics workflow.
  • New sensor capabilities in SPEOS enable you to simulate the rotating lidar, a new ambient source U.S. standard atmosphere 1976 and thermal sources on infrared.
  • SPEOS enhances your driving experience with cutting-edge features specifically dedicated to head-up display (HUD) development.
  • The materials library in SPEOS contains a new library called Road Library for Sensors Simulation.

Learn How to Speed Up Your Simulations with More Powerful Servers

16 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Are you looking for the best way to accelerate your electromagnetic, structural mechanics or fluid dynamics simulations? Or are you curious about how your simulation model would perform on a high-performance computing (HPC) system versus your existing workstation? In this webinar, we will demonstrate — with help from our free Performance Benchmark Program — how a joint ANSYS, HPE and Intel® solution offers the best return on your software and hardware investment.

With the Performance Benchmark Program, you can see the increase in speed using an HPC system on your own simulation model. Experts will help you evaluate your existing capabilities and compare them to a small HPC system. With the HPC Cluster Appliance or cloud HPC options, you get more compute power to reduce your turnaround time, investigate more design variations, run finer mesh, involve more physics and run multiple simulations simultaneously.

In addition, the webinar will provide some standard ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS CFX and ANSYS Mechanical benchmark results on the latest HPE Apollo 2000 cluster.

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ANSYS 2019 R3: Introducing DCS

22 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

ANSYS Distributed Compute Services (DCS) is a family of applications that allows you to efficiently and robustly distribute, manage and solve simulations across a heterogeneous variety of compute resources. It includes a Design Point Service (DPS) to help you manage (run, filter, sort and compare) tens of thousands of design points spread across clusters, networks and operating systems. It can even break up a project so that parts of it (such as geometry creation) can be handled on resources best suited for it while other parts (such as the solver runs) can be handled on hardware best suited for those sorts of tasks. DCS can help you get the most out of your available compute resources, and then DPS can help you sort through the results to find the best designs.

ANSYS 2019 R3: Mechanical Update

29 października 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

In this webinar you will learn about some of the new updates made to ANSYS Mechanical in 2019 R3. New capabilities in Mechanical in this release include:

  • Inverse analysis, sometimes referred to as hot-to-cold analysis
  • New analysis systems utilizing coupled field elements
  • Greater control over user preferences in the Mechanical interface
  • Updates to the topology optimization capabilities

Join us for demonstrations of these new capabilities and more.

CFD Is Not Just for Fluids

 6 listopada 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) may sound intimidating, especially if you don’t have any simulation experience. ANSYS Discovery makes it easy and interactive. And CFD is not just for fluids, despite the name. In this webinar we will explore how CFD applies to airflow, thermal and structural analyses.

From this webinar, you will learn:

  • TWhy CFD can be used in more cases than you think
  • How minimal inputs will give you a viable result
  • How to set up a problem and interpret the data
  • Why ANSYS Discovery is called “interactive” simulation — not just simulation

Who should attend?

  • Designers and design engineers working in the modeling environment doing conceptual or detailed design
  • Engineering teams who lack simulation expertise, or who are outsourcing simulation to obtain quick iteration results
  • Mechanical engineers or product development managers looking to explore fast iterations to provide an analyst with a narrow range of designs

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How Upfront Rapid Design Exploration Minimizes Prototyping

 4 grudnia 2019 — 17:00 CEST
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ANSYS (spotkanie prowadzone w j. angielskim)

ANSYS Discovery is empowering engineers, and especially designers, to avoid unnecessary prototyping through interactive design exploration. In recent years, manufacturing organizations have been identifying methods to democratize prototyping, specifically using additive technology, to minimize costs and choose the best designs. In this webinar, we’ll introduce you to ANSYS Discovery for upfront design exploration, and demonstrate how its additive prep features can be used across multiple industries.

What you will learn:

  • How designer-level tools can provide engineers with upfront guidance to make better design decisions
  • Why rapid design exploration is a fundamental step in the manufacturing process
  • How to manipulate imported geometry, whether provided by suppliers or internal teams
  • How to eliminate your prototyping problems upfront, and iterate quickly through simulation-led design

Who should attend?

  • Designers and design engineers working in the modeling environment doing conceptual or detailed design
  • Engineering teams who lack simulation expertise, or who are outsourcing simulation to obtain quick iteration results
  • Mechanical engineers or product development managers looking to explore fast iterations to provide an analyst with a narrow range of designs

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