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April, 2015
  • Webinar: Practical Structural & Thermal Management of Electronic & Electro-Mechanical Products with ANSYS Multiphysics Solution
    Online Event, April 29, 2015

    Understanding the thermal behaviour and associated structural response of a component is crucial to the design of an electronics product. From initial concept through to manufacturing, ANSYSsimulation plays its part in helping engineers eliminate under-performing proposals, while also providing non-invasive methods for performance assessments of potential designs. Join us on Wednesday 29th April 2015, as we showcase ANSYS' multiphysics capabilities, relevant to electronics design.

  • Measuring the Value and Cost of Data Analysis
    Online Event, April 30, 2015

    This webinar will focus on how to create effective data analyses before, during and after your simulation runs for all applications. We will review the utility of our Derived Parts and how they are used in quantitative reporting and plotting. We will also cover the effective use of color and lighting to generate high impact, effective scientific visualizations.

  • Webinar: Interpreting Moldflow Results - Get the Most Out of Your Injection Moulding Simulations
    Online Event, April 30, 2015

    Join our webinar on Thursday 30th April to learn how to improve your injection moulding simulations and build confidence in your analysis results using Autodesk Moldflow.

May, 2015
  • Numerical sea trials for Merchant Vessels
    Online Event, May 6, 2015

    Join NUMECA for a free webinar on FINE/Marine

  • ASME's EL513 - Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Online Event, May 11, 2015

    This course provides an introduction to the scientific principles and practical engineering applications of CFD. Although it provides an overview of some of the fundamental mathematical equations governing the fluid flow and heat transfer phenomena, its emphasis is not to teach the theory behind the technology but to help the participants apply the knowledge gained into practical use of commercial CFD codes, particularly ANSYS Fluent.

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