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Ansys Virtual Academy

Ansys Virtual Academy

Ansys Virtual Academy presents an exclusive new series on all things Simulation. Join us every other Tuesday for a free 45-minute online session providing you with Ansys training, tips, and all the latest updates you need to grow your skills and accelerate your product development.

Next Session

Design Exploration and Optimization using Ansys

December 8th at 10:00 AM PST

If you are looking to quickly optimize your product design or process workflow, join us for this session where we will learn how to setup a Multiphysics simulation, vary multiple input parameters and see resulting impact on the quantities of interest. Some of the important topics that we will cover through demonstration include:

  1. Setting up a 1-way Fluid-Structure Interaction simulation
  2. Setting up input and output parameters for performing design study
  3. Explore some of the Ansys DesignXplorer capabilities for correlation and optimization

This session is targeted towards design/fluids/structures engineers of all caliber who are interested in improving their overall design and process efficiency.

Upcoming Sessions

December 22nd - 10:00 AM PST
No Session - Happy Holidays!

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