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Easy Design Engineering Simulation: Free ANSYS AIM Workshop

Join our complimentary workshop on 21st June to see first-hand how ANSYS AIM R17.1 can help you solve your toughest structural or fluid flow design challenges in a single, easy-to-use environment.

Event Details

Start Date/Time: 21 Jun 10:00
End Date/Time: 21 Jun 15:00

When developing a new product, you will need to understand the structural, thermal, fluid and possibly electromagnetic performance of a component or assembly.

Traditionally, simulating such coupled physics simultaneously has been tedious and potentially required individual expertise on each physics solver and workflow.

ANSYS AIM™ is an easy simulation environment designed for all engineers. It offers integrated single discipline and multi-physics solutions based on best-in-class solver technologies in a modern, new, immersive user environment that enables engineers to rapidly evaluate product design performance with confidence.

During our workshop, you will be able to assess ANSYS AIM™ first-hand to test if it will help your design processes. Our consultants will also be available to confidentially discuss your specific requirements.

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.

Agenda Includes:

Introduction to ANSYS AIM™
  • What is AIM?
  • Which structural, thermal, fluid and electromagnetic physics can I simulate?
  • Coupling between physics, including Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)
  • The unique AIM workflow

Geometry Modelling and CAD Interfacing
  • SpaceClaim within AIM
  • Hands-On Example

Structural Analysis (FEA)
  • Capabilities, including fatigue analysis
  • Hands-On Example

Fluid Flow Analysis (CFD)
  • Capabilities
  • Hands-On Example

Coupled FEA/CFD
  • Introduction to FSI
  • Capabilities
  • Hands-On Example

Parametric Based Optimisation
  • Setting up and using parameters
  • Design of Experiments
  • Demonstration

  • Review of the day
  • Features coming soon
  • How to access ANSYS AIM for further evaluation

Registration/Further Information

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Event Type: Workshop
Date: June 21, 2016