ANSYS 2019 R3

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3D Design

ANSYS 3-D Design

Discovery SpaceClaim Update

October 1 | 5pm


Learn about the latest enhancements for designers in ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim, including automatic skinning to convert facetedgeometry into “watertight” models for reverse engineering and generative design.

Discovery Live and Discovery AIM Update

September 24 | 5PM


Explore new features in ANSYS Discovery Live, including mass flow outlets and time-varying inputs. Advanced physics updates in ANSYS Discovery AIM, including structural beams support, physics-aware meshing enhancements and linear buckling capabilities, will also be demonstrated.


Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing Products

Additive Manufacturing Update

October 9 | 5PM


Delve into the new features of ANSYS additive manufacturing (AM) software, including the ability to export a build file directly to an AM machine and switch easily between viewing the STL supports, mesh or element densities. Also view multiple supports in a single simulation, including a mix of volume-less and solid support types.


Embedded Software


Introducing SCADE Vision

October 2 | 5PM


How can you identify unforeseen vulnerabilities in your autonomous vehicle’s perception software? Learn how the newly introduced ANSYS SCADE Vision can not only detect potential system failures, but also illuminate the root causes.




Fluids Update

September 25 | 5PM


ANSYS 2019 R3 contains many enhancements for fluids simulation users so you can enjoy more CFD in less time, with less training. These enhancements include efficient Mosaic-enabled meshes to run parametric studies in ANSYS Workbench, fault tolerant meshing to support non-conformal interfaces for CHT, and an expressions language that has been extended to more applications.

Fluent Update

October 8 | 5PM


ANSYS Fluent now quickly and easily evaluates very complex reduced-order models (ROMs) to explore design alternatives. Learn how ROMs may be post-processed and evaluated in Fluent to gain insight far beyond the numerical output previously available — for example, to compute derived quantities, create plots along surfaces and more.

Fluent Adjoint Solver Update

October 31 | 5PM 


This webinar provides insight on design changes you may have never considered by using shape optimization. Learn how to accelerate shape optimization with the new automated workflow for ANSYS Fluent adjoint solver.




GRANTA CES Selector for Additive Manufacturing Update

September 12 | 5PM


Manufacturing organizations are excited by the possibilities of additive manufacturing (AM). But how do you look beyond the hype and understand whether AM is the best option for your specific application? This webinar covers how to access data and tools that meet these challenges. Specifically, we’ll demonstrate how CES Selector software can make choosing the right materials for an AM project quick and easy.

GRANTA Materials Data Update

September 19 | 5PM


Accurate design and simulation requires accurate materials property data, which can be time-consuming and difficult to find. Discover the diverse materials data provided by ANSYS Granta, and how to access this data seamlessly within ANSYS simulation solutions.




SPEOS Update

October 15 | 5PM  


In ANSYS 2019 R3, SPEOS innovations make you see optical simulation in a new light. Learn how SPEOS extends optical simulation into the ANSYS multiphysics platform, and enhances your driving experience with cutting-edge features specifically dedicated to head-up display (HUD) development.




Introducting DCS

October 22 | 5PM


Explore how ANSYS Distributed Compute Services (DCS) allows you to efficiently and robustly distribute, manage and solve simulations across a heterogeneous variety of compute resources. You will also learn how Design Point Service (DPS) can help you manage (run, filter, sort and compare) tens of thousands of design points spread across clusters, networks and operating systems.




Introducing Sherlock Reliability Physics Analysis

September 19 | 5PM


Learn about the benefits of adopting Reliability Physics Analysis into your workflow and how it can improve simulation, modeling, and design. ANSYS Sherlock utilizes Reliability Physics Analysis to provide a tool to design engineers to ensure the reliability and robustness of their product.

Mechanical Update

October 29 | 5PM


Become versed on some of the new updates made to ANSYS Mechanical in 2019 R3, including inverse analysis, new analysis systems utilizing coupled field elements, greater control over user preferences in the Mechanical interface and more.

Introducing ANSYS Motion

October 30 | 5PM


Discover how ANSYS Motion — an advanced multibody dynamics solver — enables fast and accurate analysis of rigid and flexible bodies and gives accurate evaluation of physical events through the analysis of the mechanical system as a whole. Learn about the software’s four tightly integrated solving schemes: rigid body, flexible body, modal and meshfree EasyFlex.





October 24 | 5PM


Added capabilities improve the ANSYS VRXPERIENCE HMI user experience. In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate the new application programming interface (API), as well as tools for accelerating data preparation.

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