ANSYS, Inc.

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  • New Open Jobs at ANSYS

    If you’re looking for a new opportunity, you may find it at ANSYS. Why not check out these openings and join our professionals helping companies solve their complex design challenges? We are only able to accept applications via our online careers … Continue reading → The post New Open Jobs at ANSYS appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
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Generated 3 weeks ago

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Learn About the Many Innovative Features of ANSYS 18

    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 … Continue reading → The post Learn About the Many Innovative Features of ANSYS 18 appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • ANSYS in Action - ROM Cosimulation with ANSYS Simplorer

    This video demonstrates ROM and FMI capabilities in ANSYS Simplorer for systems simulation. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/products/release-highlights-18/systems

  • ANSYS in Action - Topology Optimization

    ANSYS Mechanical has in-built topology optimization to enable engineers and designers to easily determine where material is needed and where it can be removed. For Additive manufacturing, 3D printing, casting, injection molding and more traditional manufacturing processes this is key in driving down weight as well as cost of components throughout engineering. Learn More: http://www.ansys.com/to

  • ANSYS in Action - Control Systems & Rigid Body Dynamics

    ANSYS Mechanical rigid body dynamics, able to simulate complex mechanisms with joints and contacts and the ability to couple in control systems using ANSYS Simplorer. Learn More: http://www.ansys.com/18

  • Digital Twins

    Pervasive engineering simulation isn't limited to the product development process. A digital twin is a real-time, virtual copy of an actual operating machine that provides insight into individual product performance and maintenance. Sensors on the machine relay data — temperature, pressure, flow rate, voltage, loading, etc. — to the digital twin, and the twin evolves in step with the machines work...

  • What Can Serious CFD Do for You video

    Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a tool with amazing flexibility, accuracy and breadth of application but needs to be properly applied in order to deliver insight and value. Serious CFD delivers quantitative results that provide insights to help you optimize your designs. These insights can reveal unexpected opportunities for your product, opportunities that even experienced engineering analy...

  • GE and ANSYS Partner on Digital Twins

    In this video, John Magee of GE, will the importance of IIoT, digital twins and how ANSYS and GE are working together on this topic. Learn More: http://www.ansys.com/products/release-highlights/digital-twin

  • ANSYS in Action - Harmonic Analysis

    ANSYS 18.0 introduces a breakthrough Harmonic Analysis method that delivers the same accuracy as a full wheel solution while speeding time to solution by up to 100x and drastically reducing the required computing resources. Harmonic Analysis completes ANSYS’ suite of tools that solve multistage transient blade row problems, including those with conjugate heat transfer, by calculating as few as one...

  • ANSYS 18 Viewer

    Watch this video to see how ANSYS Viewer enables various stakeholders - designers, engineers, managers, suppliers, partners and customers - to easily and quickly visualize, interpret and compare ANSYS simulation results, pinpoint issues, suggest improvements, get approvals, and make optimal design decisions.

  • ANSYS AIM Integration with ANSYS Fluent

    ANSYS AIM’s fast, intuitive workflow can prepare and mesh geometry for solving in ANSYS Fluent, enabling engineers to include more advanced fluid physics. Learn More: http://www.ansys.com/aim

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
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  • ANSYS 18 Delivers Pervasive Engineering Simulation

    It’s no exaggeration to say that simulation is more important than ever in today’s rapidly expanding industrial and consumer environment. Our customers are pushing the boundaries of engineering simulation in ways we could never have imagined. Tomorrow’s release of the … Continue reading → The post ANSYS 18 Delivers Pervasive Engineering Simulation appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.

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  • ANSYS in ACTION - App Builder

    The ACT App Builder helps you to quickly and interactively create apps with minimum development effort using a simple graphical user interface, eliminating the need to write scripts for custom apps. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/products/structures/ansys-act

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
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  • 3-D Design Helps Pool Cleaning, Accessibility Go Swimmingly

    What comes to mind when you think of public swimming pools?  A refreshing escape from the summer heat? Children playing and swimming? Free-swimmers, divers, and water polo players jockeying for limited space? How 3-D design makes pools cleaner and more … Continue reading → The post 3-D Design Helps Pool Cleaning, Accessibility Go Swimmingly appeared first on ANSYS.

  • New Jobs at ANSYS This Week – Hot Listings!

    Now is a great time to join ANSYS and the nearly 3,000 professionals who are working to make a difference in the products we all use daily. This is the listing of our most recent openings. If you do not … Continue reading → The post New Jobs at ANSYS This Week – Hot Listings! appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Dragonfly: The Mysterious Insect Driving Engineering Innovation

    Who hasn’t dreamt of flying like a bird? From Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings of flying machines to Otto Lilienthal’s gliders, inventors have focused, quite logically, on human transport. We now take flying on airplanes for granted. But mechanical flight on a … Continue reading → The post Dragonfly: The Mysterious Insect Driving Engineering Innovation appeared first on ANSYS.

  • David vs. Goliath Story Using Simulation Software in the Startup World

    Have you ever heard the story of David and Goliath? The old tale tells of how the young David defeated the mighty giant Goliath with daring and clever methods instead of traditional ones. At ReVibe Energy, we’ve been inspired by … Continue reading → The post David vs. Goliath Story Using Simulation Software in the Startup World appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Multiphysics Simulation of a Car Side Mirror with ANSYS AIM

    One of the most important problems in the automotive industry is the general multiphysics simulation of coupled phenomena, where multiple — and sometimes conflicting — conditions need to be accounted for, all at the same time. One common application is the resistive … Continue reading → The post Multiphysics Simulation of a Car Side Mirror with ANSYS AIM appeared first on ANSYS.

  • High Cost of Healthcare Calls for New Technologies

    The unacceptably high cost of healthcare calls for new technologies to make medicine more accessible and affordable as well as to face the challenges of an aging population. However, the overarching tenet remains patient safety, and government regulations ensure that … Continue reading → The post High Cost of Healthcare Calls for New Technologies appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Get Up to Speed with ANSYS Training Options to #LearnANSYS

    For over 40 years, ANSYS training has been a reliable partner for engineers to increase their productive use of ANSYS software. With tight deadlines and demanding product design requirements moving CAE engineers into the spotlight, engineers are feeling the pressure to deliver … Continue reading → The post Get Up to Speed with ANSYS Training Options to #LearnANSYS appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Inductees to the 2017 ANSYS Hall of Fame Announced

    We wait with anticipation. It happens every year around this time. Year after year we are surprised and delighted by the results of the ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition. We received a wide range of images and animations from ANSYS … Continue reading → The post Inductees to the 2017 ANSYS Hall of Fame Announced appeared first on ANSYS.

  • New Job Openings at ANSYS

    Are you looking to make a career change for 2017? Consider joining ANSYS. We are the global leader in engineering simulation. Join our team of nearly 3,000 professionals worldwide. You too can make a difference in product development. If you don’t … Continue reading → The post New Job Openings at ANSYS appeared first on ANSYS.

  • A Great Read with Advice Every Startup Needs to Know

    Every so often I come across a great read I think is so worthwhile that I want to share it with the world. This is the feeling I got when I read Henrik Zillmer’s recent startup blog post, What Every … Continue reading → The post A Great Read with Advice Every Startup Needs to Know appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
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  • How Simulation from ANSYS Delivers Modern Product Design at Dyson

    Dyson engineers and scientist refine their ideas again and again. ANSYS engineering simulation software enables Dyson to keep refining and improving designs in pursuit of perfection. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/Solutions/Solutions-by-Industry/Consumer-Goods

  • ANSYS Sports Engineering

    Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/sports Sports engineers have three primary tasks when creating equipment: 1. They must facilitate the sports. 2. They must protect the user. 3. They must enhance performance. Using the power of engineering simulation from ANSYS, engineers can do all three. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/sports

  • Transient Time Domain Solutions from HFSS 3D Layout Introduction

    Introduction to an important new feature in HFSS Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/products/electronics/ansys-hfss

  • Introducing the ANSYS Learning Hub

    This video is a virtual walk through of the ANSYS Learning Hub, which provides 24/7 access to learning in bite-size pieces with annual subscriptions. It includes self paced training content, collaborative learning rooms, live and virtual classes. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/training

  • Dimension Series - Breakthrough Energy Innovation - Turbomachinery

    Dr. Brad Hutchinson provides a perspective on the importance and impact of simulation for breakthrough energy innovation in the turbomachinery industry. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/energy

  • Designing the Next Generation Drone

    This video demonstrates how simulation is critical to the development of the next generation of unmanned aerial systems or drones. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/Solutions/solutions-by-industry/aerospace-and-defense

  • ANSYS Avances en Innovación Energética

    Claves para conseguir la eficiencia energética http://www.ansys.com/es-ES/Campaigns/breakthrough-energy-innovation

  • ANSYS Training Overview

    Brief description of the ANSYS Training offerings and their value. When using engineering software, training is the most effective catalyst to get from a novice to an analyst producing useful results. Designers of electrical and electronic products​, embedded software, integrated circuits, structural engineers and CFD experts can accelerate their path to expertise with training. Learn more: http:/...

  • Reasons you should attend the ANSYS Dimensions Conference 2016

    DescriptionANSYS Dimensions Innovation Executive Conference 2016 - This conference will bring together executives, managers and engineers into a central forum where you can share industry vision, user experiences and best practices. We’ll also discuss the ANSYS vision for the coming year along with feature key topics affecting our industries like the Internet of Things and Breakthrough Energy Inno...

  • Open Talk - ANSYS and Indian Institute of Technology Madras

    Mr. Joseph Thomas, VP Development, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, identifies key trends in the Indian entrepreneurship ecosystem and how CSR is helping incubation and strengthening startups. Learn more about the ANSYS Startup Program: http://www.ansys.com/startups

  • HPC Simplified

    High-performance computing (HPC) is driving new innovations across a wide range of industries. Intel HPC Orchestrator simplifies the installation, management and ongoing maintenance of an HPC system by reducing the amount of integration and validation effort required for the HPC system software stack. Intel HPC Orchestrator can help accelerate your time to results and value in your HPC initiatives...

  • Fly Through a Furnace, Cyclone, Ducts and More With CFD

    Fly through a barrel fired furnace, CFB cyclone, reactor vessel and duct work using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) results from ANSYS Fluent. Courtesy of Fuel Tech. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/cfd

  • Engineering Simulation in Healthcare – Mending a broken heart!

    Coronary artery disease is one of the leading causes of death around the world. Dr Paul Morris, Cardiology Doctor & Research Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University is using ANSYS CFD and explains how Engineering Simulation plays a crucial role to compute changes in blood pressure and flow avoiding sometimes unnecessary invasive measures which are more expensive. This virtual approach provides very...

  • ANSYS Breakthrough Energy Innovation

    http://www.ansys.com/energy From startups to multinationals, businesses are seizing the opportunity to deliver breakthrough energy innovation by using engineering simulation to explore the much wider design space that is presented by increased complexity and to tackle key engineering applications in the areas of advanced electrification, machine and fuel efficiency, aerodynamic design, effective ...

  • Gravity Driven Flushing Toilet Simulation using ANSYS Fluent

    The computational mechanics research group at the Universidad de los Andes (Mechanical Engineering Department) worked to understand the dynamics of the flow in a gravity driven toilet. Simulations with ANSYS Fluent made possible to complete visualize and characterize of the flow in the toilet during a flush. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/Products/Fluids

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • New Capabilities for Testing Embedded Software Announced

    A number of new and exciting workflow enhancements were included in ANSYS SCADE 17.2 for those who are validating and testing embedded software. In this blog, I’ll cover the top 3 enhancements. Virtual System Testing Using Simplorer Entry In ANSYS 17.2, … Continue reading → The post New Capabilities for Testing Embedded Software Announced appeared first on ANSYS.

  • We’re Hiring! Here’s the New Jobs at ANSYS Listing

    If you are looking for an exciting new position at a cutting edge technology company, check out the latest career opportunities at ANSYS. Apply to work with some of the world’s most talented engineers. If you don’t see anything in this … Continue reading → The post We’re Hiring! Here’s the New Jobs at ANSYS Listing appeared first on ANSYS.

  • CFD Simulation Enhances Machine Efficiency

    On top of intensifying global competition, shifting consumer preferences and ever-shrinking time-to-market schedules, the growing need to address climate change is increasing  the pressure on businesses to  improve their machine efficiency and effectiveness with greater urgency than ever before. To … Continue reading → The post CFD Simulation Enhances Machine Efficiency appeared first on ANSYS.

  • ANSYS Webinars This Week

    Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. Please register today! Each session features LIVE Q&A, so bring your questions for our experts to answer. For future topics, please visit our ANSYS Events calendar. ========================================================= New, Cost-effective Options … Continue reading → The post ANSYS Webinars This Week appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Top 5 Engineering Technology Picks for the Week

    I’m in Austin working on a cool simulation-related project. Details soon. In the meantime, snack on these engineering technology- and science-related stories from the last week: China Confirms Its Space Station Is Falling Back to Earth Why VR Matters, Especially … Continue reading → The post Top 5 Engineering Technology Picks for the Week appeared first on ANSYS.

  • SGI and ANSYS Achieve New World Record in HPC

    Looking back at the past couple of years of extraordinary joint engineering projects SGI and ANSYS have undertaken, it is clear to me that when a synergetic hardware and software partnership is established you, our joint customers, are the clear … Continue reading → The post SGI and ANSYS Achieve New World Record in HPC appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • Building Bridges Between Design Engineers and Analysts Using Engineering Simulation Software

    Many companies, large and small, have individuals or groups using powerful engineering simulation software like ANSYS Mechanical — one of our flagship products. These analysts tackle some of the most complex and challenging engineering problems for their organizations. These same … Continue reading → The post Building Bridges Between Design Engineers and Analysts Using Engineering Simulation Softw...

  • ANSYS Webinars This Week

    Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. Please register today! Each session features LIVE Q&A, so bring your questions for our experts to answer. For future topics, please visit our ANSYS Events calendar. ============================================================= The Secret of … Continue reading → The post ANSYS Webinars This Week appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Top 5 Engineering Technology Articles This Week

    Congratulations! You made it through another week! Your reward? Reviewing some of the most interesting engineering technology articles that broke during the last seven days here’s what has piqued my curiosity. STEM To Steam: How Coffee Is Perking Up Engineering … Continue reading → The post Top 5 Engineering Technology Articles This Week appeared first on ANSYS.

  • STARTing Something New? Our ANSYS Startup Program Can Help

    According to Forbes magazine, 90 percent of startups fail. The ANSYS Startup Program aims to fix this. With new, worldwide startups numbering in the hundreds of thousands annually (exact numbers depend on what source you use) that seems like a … Continue reading → The post STARTing Something New? Our ANSYS Startup Program Can Help appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Maximizing Engineering Throughput with Pay-Per-Use Simulation in the Cloud

    My colleagues Steve Del, Giovanni Petrone and I often discuss the benefits of moving engineering simulation to the cloud, marshalling greater computing resources and faster processing on high-performance computing (HPC) solutions. While most companies would find this compelling, budget-conscious companies are concerned … Continue reading → The post Maximizing Engineering Throughput with Pay-Per-Us...

ANSYS, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Upfront Thermal Optimization with ANSYS AIM 17.2

    Optimizing heat transfer and controlling temperatures is a critical design engineering issue for many industry applications, including heat exchangers, thermal mixing valves, exhaust manifolds and electronic devices. Accurate prediction of the temperature in both the fluid and solid components is … Continue reading → The post Upfront Thermal Optimization with ANSYS AIM 17.2 appeared first on ANSYS...

  • Weekly New Jobs at ANSYS

    If you are looking to start your career or to move into a new and exciting career, look no further than ANSYS. Our latest postings are listed below. If none of these jobs at ANSYS are what you are looking for, … Continue reading → The post Weekly New Jobs at ANSYS appeared first on ANSYS.

  • You Can’t Use Simulation to Design Planar Magnetic Transformers!

    Throughout my 25 years in the computer-aided engineering industry, some of the smartest people I know have told me that you can’t use simulation to design planar magnetic transformers. Is it true? No! What they’re really saying is that there … Continue reading → The post You Can’t Use Simulation to Design Planar Magnetic Transformers! appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Engineering – The Final Frontier

    This past week marked a milestone in television history. Fifty years ago Friday, Star Trek debuted on US television screens (in color!). While much has been made about the impact that this icon show had on popular culture, entertainment and … Continue reading → The post Engineering – The Final Frontier appeared first on ANSYS.

  • Antenna Design Workflow with ANSYS 17.2

    Antennas are the lifeblood of connected, mobile and many emerging IoT products. Consumers expect a reliable connection every time; anything short can kill a product launch or, worse yet, tarnish a corporate brand. That’s the market reality. The engineering reality … Continue reading → The post Antenna Design Workflow with ANSYS 17.2 appeared first on ANSYS.

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