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Get Hands-on with Multiphysics & Coupled Analysis
Posted Tue August 04, 2015 @01:55PM
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Announcements Wilde Analysis will host a complimentary workshop on 19th August demonstrating how ANSYS AIM can help you to solve your toughest multiphysics design challenges in a single, easy-to-use environment.

During this hands-on event attendees will be able to assess the software capabilities first-hand and also discuss, in confidence, their specific need with one of our consultants.


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When developing a new product, an engineering team may need to understand the structural, thermal, fluid and possibly electromagnetic performance of a component and its effect on larger system. Traditionally, simulating such coupled physics simultaneously has been tedious and potentially required individual expertise on each physics solver and workflow.

The new ANSYS AIMô GUI system, specifically developed to streamline the workflow and provide intuitive integration between the different physics solvers enables engineers to create demanding virtual prototypes in less time and with significantly less resources. Consequently, complex products can be fully optimised for real-world conditions, exploiting all the benefits of simulation-driven design, across the breadth of ANSYS solver technologies in FEA, CFD and Electromagnetics.

Agenda

  • Registration: 10.30
  • Introduction to Multiphysics: 11.00
  • Overview of ANSYS AIM Environment: 11.30
  • Hands-On Application: CFD for Internal Flows: 12.00
  • Lunch: 12.30 - 13.30
  • Coupling of CFD to FEA: 13.30
  • Hands-On Application: Fluid Induced Stress: 14.00
  • Coupling CFD, FEA and Electromagnetics: 14.30
  • Hands-On Application: Electric Heating: 15.00
  • Parameterisation & Optimisation within AIM: 15.30
  • Close & Discussion: 16.00

Who Should Attend?
Anyone seeking an easy, fast and accurate way to predict product performance across a range of physics, including existing users of ANSYS and other simulation software. Location
Wilde Analysis Ltd
Brindley Lodge
Adcroft Street
Stockport
SK1 3HS

Registration / Further Information
To register, or for further information, please visit: http://wildeanalysis.co.uk/events/2015/multiphysic s-coupled-analysis-intro-workshop

Alternatively, please contact us on 0161 474 7479 or email events@wildeanalysis.co.uk

There is no cost to attend. Availability on this workshop is limited, so please register now to secure your place*. Attendees will have the option of evaluating the software further after the event with a free 2-week license.

*Places are available on a first-come, first-served basis to engineers and managers who would benefit from attendance

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