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German ANSYS Conference & 26th CADFEM Users' Meeting
Posted Wed July 02, 2008 @03:54PM
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News The German ANSYS Conference & the 26th CADFEM Users’ Meeting from October 22-24, 2008 in the “City of Science” Darmstadt, reflects the broad variety, powerful performance, and flexibility of ANSYS in order to realize state-of-the-art Simulation Driven Product Development – covering different application areas such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Structural Mechanics, Electronics, or Multiphysics.

Moreover, attendees – in 2007 more than 1.000 persons participated in Dresden – will have access to a dense program focusing on additional software, e.g. LS-DYNA, or selected topics such as simulating Multiscale Properties, Biomechanics, or Sheet Metal Forming.

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Furthermore, in a full day course experienced CAE professionals from well-known companies will give insight into implementation processes and management of Simulation Driven Product Development in today’s R&D.

The conference offers to attendees:

  • User presentations from industry, research, and university
  • Presentations of product strategies, recent developments, and trends in product development
  • Workshops and short courses covering different simulation topics

Additionally attendees benefit from

  • Discussions with other software users, with developers and CADFEM and ANSYS Germany staff
  • A large software and hardware exhibition
  • An attractive supporting program

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