Title Discipline
Stress Linearization in ANSYS Workbench compatible with ASME BPVC
Stress Linearization is a technique used to decompose a through-thickness elastic stress field into equivalent membrane, bending, and peak stresses. The ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) identifies the failure mode for each stress category to ensure acceptable pressure vessel designs. In this webinar we will review stress linearization concept, 2D and 3D stresses linearized methodology in ANSYS and ASME stress linearization requirement.
FEA
Stress Concentration Modeling in ANSYS Workbench Mechanical
This webinar examines stress concentration in finite element models. We note meshing approaches that aid accuracy, and see that stress linearization helps in the development of stress concentration factors.
FEA
Weld Fatigue Analysis
This webinar discusses factors related to calculating weld fatigue including: How to approach weld fatigue analysis using both traditional code-based methods and finite element analysis methods. Fatigue assessments are critical to cyclically loaded structures. Fatigue life prediction can be particularly challenging in welded structures. Welded joints contain residual stresses, material property changes, and other factors which add significant complexity to the fatigue problem.
FEA
Modeling Bolted Connections (2018-08-08)
This webinar will explore various ways to model bolted connections and discuss the pros and cons of each method. Topics include using beam elements to model bolts, contact options for bolted connections, and ways to apply bolt pretension.
FEA
ANSYS Workbench - Modeling Bolted Connections
This one-hour technical webinar recording discusses several common methods for modeling bolted connections in ANSYS Mechanical Workbench. These methods can be grouped into 4 categories: Use bonded contact to attach the parts (bolts not included) Use beam elements to model the bolts Use solid elements to model the bolts but do not model the threads Include the threads
FEA
Modeling Mixing Tanks Using ANSYS CFD
This webinar covers setting up a mixing tank simulation in ANSYS CFD and will discuss rotating components and their interaction with stationary components. Specifically, rotating and stationary domains and their interfaces are explored. There is also a discussion of multiple phases and changing material properties during the mixing process. Finally, the Fluent Mixing template in Fluent shows a quick and simple template to set up mixing tank simulations.
CFD
ANSYS Workbench Mechanical Meshing Techniques for FEA (07-06-2018)
FEA
ANSYS Workbench Meshing Techniques
This webinar covers the fundamentals of meshing in ANSYS Mechanical: 1) Introduction to Meshing 2) Meshing Methods 3) Global Mesh Controls 4) Local Mesh Controls
FEA
Exploring Basic Fatigue Calculations In ANSYS Workbench (2018-09-20)
Basic fatigue calculations available in ANSYS Mechanical Workbench
FEA
Turbulence Modeling Best Practices - ANSYS Fluent (2017-10-12)
CFD
Analyzing Shock in ANSYS Workbench
This webinar discusses how to analyze using ANSYS Workbench when structures are subjected to a vibration shock design specification.
FEA
Introduction to Fracture Mechanic Simulation (2018-01-11)
FEA
Large Complex FEA Model Handling (2018-05-24 )
FEA
Electric Machine Design in ANSYS
This webinar discusses how to analyze the initial electric machine design quickly in RMxprt, automatically create Maxwell model for accurate and detailed analyses, utilize user-friendly design toolkit to create efficiency map. System simulation, including electric drive circuit using Twin Builder, and electric machine multi-physics simulation for stress and thermal analyses using Maxwell and ANSYS Mechanical will be covered.
Electronics
ANSYS Fluent Meshing New Workflow: Easier and Faster Mesh Generation
Webinar recording on the new Workflow and Mosaic meshing for ANSYS Fluent
CFD
Test vs Analysis, or better yet both!
The webinar reviews the available techniques, pros and cons, and ways to mix the best of both worlds to come to a solid engineering decision in the least time and cost.
FEA
Multiphase Free Surface Flow Modeling in ANSYS Fluent (2018-01-25)
CFD
Acoustics Module for ANSYS Mechanical Workbench (2017-12-12)
This one-hour technical webinar recording discusses several common methods for modeling bolted connections in ANSYS Mechanical Workbench. These methods can be grouped into 4 categories: Use bonded contact to attach the parts (bolts not included) Use beam elements to model the bolts Use solid elements to model the bolts but do not model the threads Include the threads
FEA
ANSYS Fluent Dynamic Mesh and Contact – Pump Example
This webinar discusses Fluent dynamic mesh, constrained 6-Degrees of Freedom (DOF) solver and contact detection in the context of a pump example.
CFD
Antenna Design and Placement
This webinar highlights a phased array antenna and showcases it from the ground up. Tips and tricks regarding the optimization of the antenna elements in this array are covered as well as live-tuning the antenna.
Electronics
Random Vibration in ANSYS Mechanical Workbench (2018-10-18)
Introduction to performing random vibration analyses in ANSYS Mechanical Workbench
FEA
Introduction to the ANSYS Fluent Hybrid VOF to DPM Model
This webinar discusses ANSYS Fluent’s Hybrid VOF to DPM multiphase model, which allows users to model primary atomization and subsequent breakup, evaporation and chemical reactions in the same setting.
CFD
Drop Test – Best Practices (2018-02-08)
FEA
Ansys SpaceClaim Meshing
Ansys Discovery SpaceClaim is a multipurpose 3D modeling tool for quick engineering results. SpaceClaim's unique user interface, modeling technology, and versatile toolset allows you to easily create and modify geometries. In this webinar we'll go over SpaceClaim Meshing and how it provides targeted capabilities for power users who spend a significant amount of time to generate structured or partially structured hex (3D) or quad (2D) meshes. Learn about the improved workflow and how to spend less time on your meshing as opposed to traditional block-structured meshing tools.
PrepPost
Industry and Rotating Machinery (Simulation Plus Physical Testing)
In this 2-hour webinar, we explore combining computer simulation and physical testing in analyzing industrial and rotating machinery. 1. Introduction to RotorDynamics Simulation and Workshops Modal, Harmonic and transient - including prestress Multi-spool dynamics simulation Include flexibility of supporting structure and/or disks 2. Torsional Vibration Measurements & Campbell Testing Modal testing of rotor assemblies Torsional natural frequency measurements Bending stress measurements Campbell testing In-situ blade vibration measurements
FEA
Mesh Nonlinear Adaptivity (NLAD) Overview
Nonlinear adaptivity refers to the capability of the solution process to adapt to changing conditions during a nonlinear analysis.
FEA
Leveraging APDL Command Objects in ANSYS Workbench to Expand Functionality (2017-11-09)
FEA
Obtaining Material Properties with ANSYS Granta
This webinar covers two of the products in ANSYS’ new materials offering - CES Selector and Materials Data for Simulation.
FEA
Fluids Exploration with ANSYS Discovery Live_WithDemo (2017-09-28)
CFD
Topology Optimization Using ANSYS Workbench Mechanical (2018-04-26)
FEA
ANSYS Electromagnetic Solutions for Electric Machine Design
This webinar recording covers ANSYS solutions for electric machine design including: General overview of the simulation methodology of electric machines. Electric machine design of permanent magnet machines and induction machines using analytical and FEA approaches. Advanced topics including demagnetization, core loss and efficiency mapping.
Electronics
Introduction to ANSYS Linear Dynamics (2018-04-12)
FEA
ANSYS Additive Manufacturing (2018-07-19)
ANSYS offers a complete simulation workflow for additive manufacturing (AM) that allows you to transition your R&D efforts for metal AM into a successful manufacturing operation. Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is a technology that produces three-dimensional parts layer by layer from a variety of materials. It has been rapidly gaining popularity as a true manufacturing process in recent years. In the AM process, a digital data file is transmitted to a production machine, which ultimately translates an engineering design into a 3D-printed part. Initially, AM was utilized as a rapid prototyping method — an accelerated method to create (mostly plastic) parts before manufacturing by well-accepted methodologies, such as injection molding, casting, forming, joining, etc.
FEA
Explicit Dynamics ANSYS Workbench for Ls-Dyna & Str
FEA
Shared Topology (DesignModeler and SpaceClaim) and Verification in ANSYS Mechanical
This webinar covers the key aspects of how to selectively share topology in DesignModeler and SpaceClaim to achieve desired mesh connectivity in Mechanical (e.g. pre-meshed crack). Display tools will be utilized to verify the connectivity for both the geometry and resulting mesh in Mechanical.
PrepPost
Fluid-Thermal-Structure Modeling of a Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger in ANSYS Discovery AIM
This webinar examines modeling the fluid, thermal and structural physics of a shell and tube heat exchanger with ANSYS Discovery AIM. The webinar will cover CAD import, setting up boundary conditions, solving and analyzing the results.
CFD
ANSYS AIM Overview - Structural Capabilities
This webinar recording demonstrates the general advantages of using ANSYS AIM, especially for current DesignSpace users looking to upgrade. The following features of ANSYS AIM will be explored: Solid modeling: SpaceClaim Direct modeler Nonlinear contacts (Frictional, Frictionless, Rough) ANSYS Fatigue Transient thermal analysis Nonlinear (large deformation) analysis Multiphysics capability (CFD, FSI, EM, Conjugate Heat Transfer) Guided workflows (Templates) ANSYS Customization suite AIM provides a single environment (User Interface) where all the different simulations (physics) can be performed, eliminating the need to learn a different tool for each simulation type. Additionally, AIM is on a rapid update schedule (3 updates per year), allowing new features to be added quickly.
FEA
Best Practices: ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler (2018-09-13)
Review of best practice techniques using ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler
PrepPost
Ansys 2020 R1 FEA Updates
This webinar goes over the latest enhancements and updates to the Ansys 2020 R1 structures suite. Some of the highlights include the meshing and the inclusion of LS-DYNA.
FEA
Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue (TMF) using ANSYS nCode DesignLife (2018-08-23)
Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue (TMF) analyses using ANSYS nCode DesignLife
FEA
Introduction to Discrete Phase Modeling (DPM) in ANSYS Fluent (2018-06-21)
CFD
Analysis Tools for PCB Reliability
Electronics are growing more complex and are also becoming limited in form factor. More engineers are looking to predict the behavior and the reliable lifetime of their designs under real world conditions. SimuTech will be discussing simulations of printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies for all physics of interest for purposes of design, reliability, and regulatory testing. Whether or not you are an electrical, mechanical, or reliability engineer, we will demonstrate the value-add in each field with ANSYS tools such as Sherlock, Icepak, and SIwave, both of which feature highly automated workflows.
Electronics
High Performance Computing (HPC) at ANSYS 19 (2018-03-22)
HPC
Product Development Series - Structural Analysis and Materials Selection
Join us on this third part of the 5-week product development webinar series to learn about how to lower your product development costs. Learn how access to a material selection database can be used to quickly identify the right materials for your products for the appropriate analyses. Then, take the appropriate materials of your product and use it in your product model for structural simulation analyses.
MultiPhysics
ANSYS ACT (Application Customization Toolkit) (2017-08-30)
One hour (slightly longer) webinar recording where our ANSYS ACT expert discusses: Overview of ACT: What is ACT: features & product support Appstore: Download and install an extension Extension examples Anatomy of an extension through examples: How to create custom features in Mechanical Process automation: the ACT Console and the API Simulation Wizard Resources The future: The App Builder ROM and Digital Twins
Customization
Structural Exploration with ANSYS Discovery Live (2017-10-26)
FEA
Improving Performance in Mining Equipment and Processes (2018-03-15)
Rocky
Fluent Meshing Watertight and Fault Tolerant Workflows
Watertight Geometry Workflow directs users through a step-by-step process of simple, intuitive inputs, and it makes it possible to take advantage of the full single window workflow in Fluent, from geometry import to meshing to solving and post-processing. Fault Tolerant Workflow quickly wraps and seals leaks and gaps in complex and dirty geometries. Moreover, parallel poly-hexcore (Mosaic) technology now available for both workflows allows users to create high quality mesh grids for complex geometries faster than ever.
CFD
ANSYS Maxwell Overview
This webinar covers a general overview of ANSYS Maxwell including: Description of the Maxwell Solvers Typical Application Examples Key Features in Maxwell Coupling to Other Tools in the ANSYS Suite
Electronics
ANSYS High Performance Computing
ANSYS High Performance Computing (HPC) adds tremendous value to engineering simulation by enabling the creation of large, high-fidelity models that yield accurate and detailed insight into the performance of a proposed design. High-fidelity simulations enable engineering teams to innovate with a high degree of confidence that their products will meet customer expectations — because their extremely accurate simulations are predicting the actual performance of the product under real-world conditions.
HPC
Common Licensing Problems and Resolutions
This webinar will be an overview of the ANSYS Licensing System. It will cover license usage reporting, methods of managing license usage, and license borrowing.
Licensing
ANSYS Discovery AIM Overview
This webinar discusses the capabilities of ANSYS Discovery AIM, followed by a demo showing the basic AIM workflow, including: Geometry import and cleanup/modification, Preprocessing, Solving, Postprocessing
MultiPhysics
ANSYS DesignXplorer
With the changes in the ANSYS Mechanical licensing a lot of users now have access to DesignXplorer. This webinar introduces DesignXplorer’s key capabilities and using a worked example show the types of insights it enables.
PrepPost
Ansys 2020 R1 CFD Updates
This webinar covers the latest updates to the Ansys CFD suite including updates to meshing, GUI, and more.
CFD
Additive Mfg: Distortion Prediction using ANSYS Additive Print & Experimental Validation
ANSYS Additive Print simulates the laser powder bed fusion process (additive manufacturing). Process-induced distortions are among the quantities that the software can evaluate. This webinar will present how this tool was used to predict the distortion in an AlSi10Mg end-use part. The numerical results are also be experimentally validated.
FEA
ANSYS AIM Democratize Simulation for Your Design Engineers
Innovative companies are using simulation early in the product development process to improve and optimize product designs. Companies deploying up-front simulation to their product design teams require simulation software that is ease-to-use, provides accurate simulation results and allows customization to enforce best practices. Such design engineering simulation software allows teams to develop and refine design ideas early in the design cycle when the cost of making design changes is still low. Join us for this webinar to discover how AIM's intuitive simulation workflow delivers high levels of automation and allows customization to automate engineering simulation best practice. Learn how AIM's custom applications enable every engineer in your organization to benefit from simulation insights.
MultiPhysics
Discovery Live Topology Optimization and DOE
This webinar will demonstrate some of the newer capabilities of Discovery Live. Topology optimization will be introduced, illustrating unbelievable speeds of physics driven shape optimization. Then, a design of experiments will be performed to show how to automatically solve 100 designs parametrically in a matter of minutes.
Discovery Live
ANSYS Internet of Things - Antenna Design
The Internet of Things (IoT) is upon us! There are more smart devices connected to the internet today than there are human beings in the world. The devices of tomorrow, whether they are wearable consumer devices, medical implants, connected cars or industrial turbines all have specific engineering challenges that require a simulation driven product development approach. This webinar recording highlights ANSYS HFSS’ capabilities and the role of simulation in the Internet of Things with respect to antenna design.
Electronics
Introduction to Piezoelectric Analysis
This webinar will give a brief introduction to piezoelectric Multiphysics analysis with a practical example.
FEA
Discrete Reinforced Concrete Modeling
Reinforced materials are used extensively in civil construction, aircraft structures, automobiles, advanced sports equipment, and medical devices. Reinforcing commonly appears in fiber or cable forms, such as steel rebar in reinforced concrete, nylon strands in tires, and carbon fibers in various composite materials. This webinar will discuss how to easily incorporate a mesh-independent reinforcement for your Workbench solid model through just a few lines of APDL script. Reinforced concrete will be discussed, but the applicability is pretty generic.
FEA
Product Development Series - Fluid Analysis
This second part of the 5-week product development webinar series goes over how to lower your product development costs. Optimize your product's performance by using a high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics analysis tool to identify key areas for improved performance and efficiency.
MultiPhysics
Icepak in ANSYS Electronics Desktop
Using Icepak (Electronic Cooling CFD) is Electronics Desktop
Electronics
ANSYS Maxwell Electromagnetics Applications (2018-10-11)
Review of electromagnetic applications using ANSYS Maxwell
Electronics
Antenna Optimization and Design Placement with ANSYS HFSS
This webinar discusses the latest best practices in antenna design and optimization using HFSS
Electronics
Simulating Phase Change in ANSYS Mechanical Workbench
This webinar demonstrates how to simulate the transient thermal response of materials undergoing phase change (solid/liquid). The setup and input required is discussed, plus a real-world demonstration will be illustrated.
FEA
ANSYS Application Customization Toolkit (ACT) & App Store
One hour (slightly longer) webinar recording where our ANSYS ACT expert discusses: Overview of ACT: What is ACT: features & product support Appstore: Download and install an extension Extension examples Anatomy of an extension through examples: How to create custom features in Mechanical Process automation: the ACT Console and the API Simulation Wizard Resources The future: The App Builder ROM and Digital Twins
Customization
ANSYS Electromagnetic Solutions for Power Systems
This webinar recording covers ANSYS solutions for power systems including: Maxwell – for magnetic analysis of components ANSYS Mechanical – thermal or stress analysis Simplorer – for complete system analysis PExprt – for transformer and inductor design Q3D Extractor – for parasitic extraction of interconnects, busbars, and cables SCADE – for modeling embedded systems
Electronics
ANSYS AIM Increase Simulation Realism with Multiphysics
Some product designs require a single physics solution, while others require multiple physics simulations. Electronic cooling, wind loading on a solar array and the thermal performance of a heat exchanger are just a few examples of applications that require multiphysics simulations. Setting up and running multiphysics simulations used to be a challenging task involving the transfer of data between multiple physics solvers. With AIM, multiphysics simulations are easy to perform. AIM provides a consistent workflow and intuitive simulation environment for fluids, structures and electromagnetics that lowers the barrier to entry for multiphysics simulations. Join us for this webinar to discover how AIM makes it easier than ever to solve your multiphysics design challenges in a single, easy-to-use environment. Don't settle for single physics approximation when multiphysics simulations yield more accurate results with AIM.
MultiPhysics
Simulation for High-Speed Connector Design (2018-02-22)
Electronics
ANSYS Electromagnetic Solutions for Magnetic Sensors & Actuators
This webinar recording covers ANSYS solutions for magnetic sensors and actuators including: Review of magnetic sensor and actuator simulation approaches Hall sensor and linear actuator case studies with optimization Advanced actuator topics including side loading and pemanent flux
Electronics
Simplorer 101 (2018-05-10)
Electronics
SimuTrain Overview and Demo Guide
This webinar explores all the different aspects of SimuTrain. The presentation starts with an overview of the subscription, registration, login, and the security measures of SimuTrain. Then there is a demo of the content structure as well as the different methods of filtering and searching for videos. Lastly, there is a quick overview on the virtual sessions that are provided as well as access to technical support.
Licensing
Antenna Design & Placement for Internet of Things (IoT) Devices
In this one-hour webinar, we provide an overview of the newest tools available in ANSYS HFSS software for antenna simulation. You’ll learn the easiest method for completing Internet of Things antenna design from scratch, as well as how to determine optimum antenna placement.
Electronics
Introduction to ANSYS DesignXplorer (2017-12-05)
With the changes in the ANSYS Mechanical licensing a lot of users now have access to DesignXplorer. This webinar introduces DesignXplorer’s key capabilities and using a worked example show the types of insights it enables.
PrepPost
Ansys 2020 R1 Electromagnetics Update
This webinar focuses on the latest enhancements and updates within the Ansys Electromagnetics product suite.
Electronics
Product Development Series - Ansys Discovery Live
This is the first part of the 5-week product development webinar series to learn about how to lower your product development costs. This session will focus on how to produce numerous design iterations within minutes. Learn how to find the right design faster to spend more time on the actual analysis of your products.
MultiPhysics
Product Development Series - Thermal Management
Join us on this fourth part of the 5-week product development webinar series to learn about how to lower your product development costs. Learn how you can take advantage of a thermal management simulation tool to better understand and predict product behavior in different real-life situations. Take advantage of thermal management to improve product performance and decrease product recalls.
MultiPhysics
Computational Modeling for Medical Device Development and FDA Approval (2017-09-19)
In the medical industry, computational modeling has been used effectively throughout the product development cycle to gain insight and guide new design decisions. The current focus is to expand the use of simulation to include supporting regulatory submissions and predicting device performance under patient-specific conditions. Key topics that will be explored during this webinar include: The expanding role of simulation within the medical device industry FDA’s initiatives related to medical device computational modeling Applying ANSYS software throughout the life cycle of a medical device Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) Structural, finite element analysis (FEA) Electromagnetics A demonstration of the new multi-physics ANSYS-AIM software
PrepPost
Introducing Motor-CAD
This webinar focuses on the latest addition to the electric motor design portfolio, AnsysMotor-CAD. This new product provides dedicated electric motor design technology for electromagnetic, thermal, mechanical and drive-cycle simulation of electrical machines across the full torque-speed range. Ansys Motor-CAD enables design engineers to evaluate motor topologies and concepts across the full operating range to produce designs that are optimized for performance, efficiency and size. During this webinar we perform a live demonstration of Ansys Motor-CAD and discuss its integration into the Ansys portfolio.
Electronics
Ansys Solutions for Thermal Management
Managing heat and controlling temperature are critical to the efficiency, reliability, safety and durability of many products and processes. Simulation enables engineers to not only identify and mitigate thermal problems, but also to evaluate and optimize the design under different operating scenarios. Join us for an overview of Ansys’ heat transfer simulation technology for thermal management of mechanical, fluids and electronics systems. A broad range of applications across several industries will be covered.
MultiPhysics
Ansys Fluent Overview
Ansys Fluent is the industry-leading fluid simulation software used to predict fluid flow, heat and mass transfer, chemical reactions and other related phenomena. Known for delivering the most accurate solutions in the industry without compromise, Fluent’s advanced physics modeling capabilities include cutting-edge turbulence models, multiphase flows, heat transfer, combustion, shape optimization, multiphysics and much more. This webinar includes a presentation and a demo.
CFD
Product Development Series - Impact and Crash Testing
Join us on this last part of the 5-week product development webinar series to learn about how to lower your product development costs. Learn how you can take advantage of this impact/crash testing analyses to improve product safety and to improve product safety and comply with industry regulations.
MultiPhysics
Rocky DEM Overview with Ansys Integration
Learn about the capabilities of Rocky Discrete Element Method (DEM) and how Rocky can be used in conjunction with the Ansys simulation suite. This webinar will be going over the Rocky-to-Ansys integrations as well as highlighting some of the key functions that Rocky DEM provides. Rocky DEM allows for simulation of custom particle shapes, flexible fibers, wear & tear, and more. We will be showing different use-cases across various industries and will be highlighting different capabilities. This overview presentation is great for engineers new to Rocky DEM and those already familiar with some of its capabilities!
Rocky
Ansys Sherlock Overview
Ansys Sherlock is the only Reliability Physics/Physics of Failure-based electronics design analysis software that is able to provide high fidelity predictions for electronic hardware at the component, board, and system levels in the early design stages.
MultiPhysics