Simulating the future: Johannesburg – 22 May 2017 – GE Africa Innovation Centre (GE AIC) and Qfinsoft, ANSYS channel partner for South Africa, are collaborating to provide start-up companies and emerging enterprises with the opportunity to access the ANSYS’ multiphysics simulation portfolio, through a challenge, ‘Simulating the Future in Africa’, which will grant the winners one year’s free access to the ANSYS Startup Program.
The challenge aims to build a cohort of African startup companies and enterprises, who will design products and processes, using ANSYS software, that can be incorporated into the industries that GE operates in in Africa – industrial manufacturing, power, oil and gas, renewables, energy connections, transportation, mining, aviation, and healthcare.
ANSYS engineering simulation software enables users to design, build, modify and test complete virtual prototypes and bring their innovative products to market faster and more cost-effectively.
Entrants who qualify for the challenge will have access for one year to the multiphysics simulation portfolio within the ANSYS Startup Program – including structural, fluids and electromagnetics suites, and the ANSYS Customer Portal, which enables users to access online technical support, product tutorials, documentation and a technical support knowledge base
Topic: Solve BIGGER problems FASTER with Rocky 4
Description: The upcoming release of Rocky 4 will bring both brand new and improved features that will help users perform more accurate and complex DEM simulations faster than ever before. Join Rahul Bharadwaj, Vice President of Rocky Business Development and Technical Services, in this webinar and discover what exciting innovations you can expect from the next major release of Rocky.
In this presentation, you will get a preview of Rocky 4's new:
1. Multi GPU Solver Capabilities;
2. Enhanced ANSYS Fluent-Rocky Coupling;
3. Integrated Motion Kernel;
4. Enhanced Post-Processing Features and more.
Rocky 4 Achieves Major Breakthrough in DEM Computational Speeds with First Ever Multi-GPU Solver Capabilities
The wait is over. With the fourth major release of its 3D Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) particle simulation software, Rocky 4 becomes the very first commercially available DEM solver to offer support for Multi-GPU Processing. This powerful, innovative, and highly-anticipated release aims to revolutionize processing performance and pave the way for solving bigger simulations faster than ever before.
In addition, Rocky 4 brings many new and improved features that will help users perform more accurate and complex simulations, including a completely rebuilt Motion Kernel, and enhanced Fluent-Rocky Coupling. This feature-rich release promises to expand the boundaries of particle simulation. Discover all the highlights below.
Latest release boosts design productivity and optimization
Released : 05/16/2017 PITTSBURGH, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Engineers can create next-generation products quicker and easier with today's release of ANSYS® 18.1. ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS) continues to build upon the digital exploration and digital prototyping capabilities released in ANSYS 18 – enabling organizations to simulate more upfront, limit costly late-stage design changes, and bring their innovative products to market faster and easier.
"Products are becoming smarter and organizations are adopting simulation across the entire lifecycle to digitally gain insight into product choices at every stage of the process – a growing trend we call pervasive engineering simulation. Our customers, large and small, are developing the products of tomorrow and they know that simulation is the only way to gain the engineering insight they need to make those products a reality," said Mark Hindsbo, ANSYS general manager. "This latest release continues the tradition of having the most complete and accurate solution portfolio in the industry, so our customers can trust the simulation results to conquer the toughest design challenges and accelerate product innovation. And to bring these capabilities to more and more users, enabling every engineer to use simulation in their product development."