Topic: Calibration of a Rocky DEM Simulation with ANSYS optiSLang
Date: 22nd Aug
Time: 9 am
Description: The automated calibration of a numerical simulation with experimental data can help to improve the credibility of the simulation results with all stakeholders. In this webinar, the setup of such an automated analysis is demonstrated for the angle-of-repose and drawn-down-angle simulated with Rocky DEM. It will also show how easy it is to use sensitivity analysis and meta-modeling techniques to find the best fit of particle specific data with the experimental data. The webinar will demonstrate how to apply Rocky DEM inside optiSLang, however, you can apply the presented workflow with any FEM, CFD or electric magnetic simulation model
Webinar: The Next Big Thing in Engineering Simulation
Date: September, 07 2017
Time: 4:00 PM
You don’t want to miss this opportunity to catch the first glimpse of something entirely new from ANSYS.
It just might be the next big thing in engineering simulation.
Description: On September 7th at 4 pm, ANSYS will unveil a new technology that will facilitate discoveries and breakthroughs, and take engineers’ efforts to the next level. Product development will change, and simulation will be more accessible for every engineer.
All great discoveries and inventions begin with a vision. A vision to make a better product, solve a unique problem or make life easier in some capacity. For centuries scientists and engineers have made tremendous progress in discovering scientific phenomena, or in solving technological challenges. I could write extensively about many of those inventions and discoveries, but there is one I would like to highlight.
In 1928, a Scottish biologist named Alexander Fleming returned to his lab from vacation. As he was sorting through some petri dishes he noticed something unusual. One particular dish had several colonies of bacteria and a cluster of mold. However, there was no bacteria growth near the cluster of mold. Although he did not realize the magnitude of his observation at that moment, he would later be credited with discovering the first lifesaving antibiotic, which he called penicillin.
WESTERN CAPE: 29th OF AUGUST AT THE NH LORD CHARLES HOTEL, SOMERSET WEST
GAUTENG: 31st OF AUGUST AT THE LERIBA HOTEL, CENTURION
Qfinsoft will bring together the South African Simulation Industry with a few different streams from ANSYS New Pervasive Engineering to Rocky DEM. This will offer you the opportunity to join various sessions and have open discussions with your peers and share the challenges that you face in the simulation industry
Registration is now closed.
COST: R780 (Excl. VAT)