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ANSYS Ask the Expert Series
Posted Mon August 03, 2009 @01:00PM
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ANSYS ANSYS will host several Ask the Expert webinars on the use of their products.

The one-hour seminars will run in August and September.


Sponsor CFD Review

Workflow in ANSYS Workbench 2.0 for CFD Analysis
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
9:00 A.M. EDT, 1:00 P.M. GMT
The ANSYS Workbench environment has changed the way CFD practitioners approach fluids analysis by managing the flow of data from CAD through to post-processing. It has allowed practitioners to expand the scope of their analyses beyond the typical single geometry/single operating point to viewing the influence of design parameters on entire operating maps, ultimately compressing the design process and making them more competitive. But how does it work and should you adapt your process to get the most of these capabilities?

Join our experts for an online webinar called Workflow in ANSYS Workbench 2.0 for CFD Analysis to learn how to organize your CFD workflow in ANSYS Workbench 2.0 and what to consider when assigning geometry and model parameters. We’ll also provide a behind-the-scenes look at how ANSYS Workbench manages your files, transfers data between applications and makes the whole thing work.

1-Way FSI with ANSYS FLUENT in ANSYS Workbench 2.0
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
9:00 A.M. EDT, 1:00 P.M. GMT
and
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
4:00 P.M. EDT, 8:00 P.M. GMT
A brief introduction to FSI options from ANSYS FLUENT in ANSYS Workbench will be presented, followed by a demonstration of the process. The topics covered will include surface data transfer, volume data transfer (legacy ANSYS FLUENT approach using command objects in ANSYS Mechanical and also CFD-Post approach) and thermal stress approaches. After this, a panel of experts will be available to answer questions on FSI options from ANSYS FLUENT in ANSYS Workbench.

Coupled FSI in ANSYS Workbench 2.0
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
4:00 P.M. EDT, 8:00 P.M. GMT
and
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
9:00 A.M. EDT, 1:00 P.M. GMT
Our panel of experts will be available online to answer your questions on 2-way Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) simulations using ANSYS CFX and ANSYS. The panel will field questions live via WebEx. This is your opportunity to gain knowledge about using 2-way FSI for a wide range of applications. Ask your own questions or simply listen in on the discussion. To begin, our experts will make a short presentation on simulating FSI problems using ANSYS CFX and ANSYS. Then, participants in the forum can take over by writing in their questions – instructions for this process will be given throughout the session.

Design Exploration with ANSYS Workbench 2.0
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
4:00 P.M. EDT, 8:00 P.M. GMT
and
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
9:00 A.M. EDT, 1:00 P.M. GMT
Parametric analysis is a key feature of ANSYS Workbench, allowing to easily automate model changes as well as performing in-depth design analysis or optimization. ANSYS 12.0 expands the parametric capability to all physics: whatever your field of expertise is, you can benefit from parametric analysis. Our panel of experts will field questions live via WebEx. This is an opportunity to learn more about what-if analyses, response surfaces and optimization.

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