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January 2013

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Playing It Cool Playing It Cool
The use of free-surface multiphase flow modeling with high-performance computing has made it possible to accurately predict oil cooling performance via readily available computing resources. Automotive leader Toyota uses this approach to evaluate more design alternatives in the early stages of the product development process.
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Winning entry from BTU-Cottbus. 2013 ANSYS Hall of Fame
The votes are in and the winners have been announced for the 2013 ANSYS Hall of Fame. The annual ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition determines the most eye-popping simulation images and videos from our customers. The videos showcase how these companies use ANSYS software to realize their product promise. The winners for 2013 are BTU-Cottbus, Mott MacDonald and Trane–Ingersoll Rand.

Thanks to all who shared their work. Choosing winners and runners up was very difficult for the judges.

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Thorvald Ullum Simulation Enhances Innovation
GEA Niro, headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, provides process equipment to the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and dairy industries. In this video Thorvald Ullum, R&D Group Manager, Test and Development, explains how simulation enhances research and development innovation. Using simulation reduces the amount of physical testing and allows the company to make more cost-efficient components faster.

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Desktop Engineering
Computers Drive Engineering Innovation

A Future with Driverless Vehicles Requires Sensory Adjustments

Meshing Your Design for Analysis: Which Path to Take?

Sustainable Speed

Multiphysics Highlights ANSYS 14.5 Release


Scope Online
Reliable Load Prediction (in German)

Manufacturing Engineering
Finite Element Analysis Sails into the Mainstream

Digital Journal
SpaceClaim and ANSYS Renew License and Distribution Agreement and Expand ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler Market Penetration


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29 – 30 DesignCon 2013
Santa Clara, U.S.A.
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12 – 14 Pacific Design & Manufacturing
Anaheim, U.S.A.


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ANSYS 14.5 Webinar Series
The ANSYS 14.5 webinar series continues throughout the winter. This series highlights the newest capabilities in ANSYS 14.5. Upcoming webinars include:

•   Customization of Process for Structural Mechanics, January 29 or 31
•   Multiphysics Coupling via ANSYS Workbench for LF Electromagnetics, February 12 or 14
•   EMI/EMC Capabilities, February 12 or 14

Can't make any of the sessions? Go to the ANSYS Resource Library to view the recordings of this series and other web events.

Other ongoing webinar series include:

•   IT Solutions for ANSYS
Accelerating Time-to-Results with Parallel I/O, February 5 or 7
•   Recent Advances in Automotive Simulation
The ANSYS Fluent Adjoint Solver: Getting More From Your CFD, January 29 or 31


All Seminars
Every month ANSYS sponsors a wide range of seminars around the world.


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ANSYS blog

Google Zeitgeist 2012 and Engineering’s Finest
While watching the annual Google Zeitgeist video of the most memorable moments of 2012, Josh Fredberg wonders about the underlying technology that was used to achieve these great moments in history.

Hartree Centre Workshop:
HPC as a Service for Industry

The Hartree Centre in the U.K. will be holding the first in a series of workshops on January 29 to 30 to provide the manufacturing industry with access to world class HPC skills and resources. The focus of this event is to make current and prospective industrial HPC users familiar with the collaboration opportunities available, and to highlight examples of industry and academic collaboration already taking place.

HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference
This conference — focusing on high-performance computing (HPC) usage models and benefits, the future of supercomputing, latest technology developments, best practices and advanced HPC topics — will be held on February 7 and 8 at Stanford, California, U.S.A. ANSYS is a gold sponsor and will be presenting on the topic of leveraging HPC and optimizing the IT environment for engineering simulation. Attendance is free.


ANSYS Resource Library

ANSYS Resource Library

Case Study: Reducing Development Time for a Luxury Watch

Case Study: Obtaining Government Approval for a Parking Garage

Presentation: Chip-Package-System (CPS) Co-design and Thermal Management of Electronics

Webinar on Demand: HF Electromagnetics Advancements Overview

Webinar on Demand: Modeling Complex Composite Structures Using ANSYS

Brochure: SCADE Display Technical Data Sheet

Brochure: SCADE System Technical Data Sheet

White Paper: Optimizing Business Value in High-Performance Engineering Computing

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