Webinars

How do I select the correct adhesive? - TechWeb webinar

Published: 11/17

This webinar will take you through the key aspects to consider when selecting the right adhesive for your application. It will review the influence of the product/joint design, types of substrates, environmental factors and the loads the product will be subjected to in service.

Lightweighting: Can adhesive technology lighten the load?

Published: 09/17

The use of adhesive bonding either as a replacement for more traditional mechanical fixing techniques or as part of a new design, can greatly enhance the design options, increase performance while reducing the weight of many applications.

ANSYS Discovery Live webinar series: Every engineer deserves the power of Discovery

Published: 09/17

ANSYS Discovery Live provides instantaneous simulation, tightly coupled with direct geometry modelling, to enable interactive design exploration and rapid product innovation. It is an interactive experience in which you can manipulate geometry, materials and physics, and instantaneously see 3D ...

Fast-tracking ADAS and autonomous vehicle development with simulation

Published: 06/17

Date 15th June 2017, Time 3:00pm BST Developing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles is a challenge without precedent. Whole new engineering fields – such as artificial intelligence – need to be developed, yet time-to-market is short with intense competition. Estimates ...

ANSYS 18 webinar series

Published: 05/17

Pervasive engineering simulation, in which you can use simulation for every stage of your product's lifecycle, from product conception to design to operations and maintenance. We offer a series of webinars to introduce you to the new features of each area of our product line so you can get the most ...

ANSYS 18 Innovations Seminar

Published: 05/17

23 May 2017, UT Arlington Research Institute (UTARI), Fort Worth, Texas, USA Join ANSYS for a free seminar featuring ANSYS 18 which is packed with new capabilities and features to improve your modelling and simulation capabilities.Please register below to attend all or part of the session.Our ...

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: ANSYS HFSS for Antenna Simulations

Published: 03/17

Date: 23 March 2017, Time: 5:00pm

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: Designing UAVs in ANSYS AIM

Published: 03/17

Date: 16 March 2017, Time 6:00pm

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: ANSYS Electric Machine Design Methodology

Published: 03/17

Date: 9 March 2017, Time 6:00pm

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: Designing Hip Stems with ASTM Standard F2996

Published: 03/17

Date: 2 March 2017, Time 6:00pm

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: Polyflow Screw Modelling

Published: 02/17

Date: 23 February 2017, Time 6:00pm

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: Fatigue Analysis of Compressed Gas Cylinder

Published: 02/17

Date: 16 February 2017, Time 6:00pm

Taming Product Complexity with Pervasive Engineering Simulation

Published: 02/17

Manufacturing is undergoing the most fundamental transformation since the introduction of the assembly line. Trends like the Internet of Things, additive manufacturing and machine learning are merging the physical and digital worlds, resulting in products that defy imagination. But this new ...

ANSYS in ACTION: Pressure Drop Through a Valve

Published: 02/17

Pressure drop through a valve is a function of system demand and increases with increasing flowrate. Understanding pressure drop in valves and the response to changes in flowrate in the connected system is a key concern for engineers who need to select the right valve for the job.

ANSYS in ACTION: Evaluating Fatigue on a Bicycle Frame

Published: 02/17

Biking enthusiasts want bicycles that are durable enough to withstand their pursuits while being light enough to transport easily. Bike manufacturers want to meet customer expectations while minimising material and transportation costs. Bicycle designers have a multitude of options for bike frame ...

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: ANSYS DesignXplorer GARS Algorithm for Response Surfaces

Published: 02/17

Choosing the right response surface method is an obstacle for many novice simulation users; it is critical to success with ANSYS DesignXplorer. Without an accurate fit across all the outputs, the response surface is not able to accurately give sensitivity information or predict the best design ...

ANSYS in ACTION: Insertion Force of a Snap-Fit Connector

Published: 02/17

Snap-fit connectors are one of the oldest and most common fastener devices. They have the advantages of speed of connection/disconnection over other fastening methods, with no loose parts that could be misplaced. However, their proper operation requires precise design to ensure that the amount of ...

ANSYS in ACTION: Easily Create Your Own ANSYS Apps

Published: 02/17

Only ANSYS offers simulation apps that multiply the effectiveness of general purpose simulation tools. Engineering simulation apps enhance your user experience while increasing the speed and scalability of simulation-led product creation processes.

ANSYS in ACTION: Calculating Force in a Relay

Published: 02/17

Relays are electrically operated switches. They use a DC electric current to create a magnetic force and move an armature that makes or breaks the electrical connection. Relay designers are interested in the current density in the coil, the magnetic flux density in the iron components and the ...

ANSYS in ACTION: Fluid Flow from Blood Vessels Scans

Published: 02/17

Information about blood pressure and flow through blood vessels is valuable to doctors working to improve patient health, and to medical device manufacturers looking to improve their product designs.

ANSYS in ACTION: Evaluating Bolted Connections and Tightening Sequences

Published: 02/17

Bolt preload is the tension generated in a bolt when it is tightened, creating the clamping force between components that allows a bolted connection to transfer mechanical loads. Preloading the bolts and evaluating the optimal bolt tightening sequence is essential to determining the performance of ...

Webinar: ANSYS in ACTION: HPC in the Cloud

Published: 02/17

High-performance computing (HPC) enables you to solve more problems — and larger problems — faster than ever. Unfortunately, not every engineer has access to HPC resources. ANSYS Enterprise Cloud addresses this shortcoming by providing a virtual simulation data centre running on Amazon Web Services.

ANSYS in ACTION: Thermal Management of LEDs

Published: 02/17

Up to 85% of the electrical power used to drive light emitting diodes (LEDs) is converted to heat. Engineers must design LEDs carefully so that they do not become too hot to touch or cause components to break. Determining the temperature of the LED itself and the enclosure requires simulating the ...

Wireless Power Transfer Design Solutions

Published: 06/16

Webinar - June 23, 2016

IoT: Modelling Sensors and MEMs with ANSYS

Published: 06/16

Webinar - June 16, 2016