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Alternative Energy Seminars
Posted Mon April 20, 2009 @03:04PM
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ANSYS ANSYS will host two alternative energy webinars:

Wind Energy Projects — From Blade Design to Wind Farms
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
2:00 P.M. EDT

Getting Your Solar Energy Project Off to a Rapid Start
Thursday, April 30, 2009
2:00 P.M. EDT

The webinars will last one hour and cost is free.


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As Thomas Friedman writes in "Hot, Flat, and Crowded," the need for sustainable, earth-friendly energy sources will drive business opportunities and the application of new technology in the post-recession era. Venture capitalists are still seeking scalable innovations from the most promising new ideas.

At the same time, many initiatives are already in various stages of development. These ambitious process and product development programs are often limited by resource availability and time. Progress is hampered by an Edisonian trial-and-error discovery process. Clearly, a new approach is called for.

ANSYS provides a unique blend of highly-automated engineering simulation tools with the expertise to guide project implementation on a jump-start service basis. This two-part webinar series will focus on two major technology domains, namely solar and wind energy. We will share our core competencies related to steps in product and process development, design exploration and verification, scale-up, manufacturing and performance analysis, including service life prediction.

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