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June 2013

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Magnetic Attraction Magnetic Attraction
Magnets have a large number of commercial applications in a variety of devices, such as clutches, bearings, gears, fasteners, motors, sensors, security devices, pointers, scopes and optics, to name a few. Correlated magnetics is a breakthrough ability that allows magnetic fields to be accurately shaped to increase device efficiency, enable savings in assembly and integration, and establish whole new areas of application for magnets. Correlated Magnetics Research used ANSYS Maxwell to develop complex magnetic structures for these custom magnets.
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As electronics products become smaller and more functional, the need to include efficient electromagnetic analysis within traditional electronic design has increased dramatically. To address these issues, ANSYS recently updated its tool for simulating 3D full-wave electromagnetic fields, HFSS, to include a 3D electrical layout interface as well as a planar method of moments (MoM) solver for a more accurate and streamlined design workflow.
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A Systematic Approach A Systematic Approach
Oil and gas leader FMC Technologies is making a science out of systems-level simulation. Multiphysics Simulation Manager Ed Marotta discusses the company’s unique approach — which includes certification for analysts and best practice sharing that spans the globe. The article includes examples of the many applications of simulation at FMC Technologies.
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In the News

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Enhancements to ANSYS HFSS Promote Streamlined Electromagnetic Simulation

ANSYS-Apache Receive TSMC 16-nm FinFET Certification for Power Integrity and Electromigration Verification

Review: ANSYS 14.5


CFD Creates Potential for Optimization (in German)

Offshore Magazine
Simulation and Sensors Advance the Digital Oilfield

Understanding Temperature-Dependent Demagnetization
(In Spanish)


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25 – 26 Forum TERATEC 2013
Palaiseau, France
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7 – 13 2013 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas & Propagation
Orlando, U.S.A.



Automotive Simulation World Congress
October 29 – 30
Frankfurt, Germany

Call for Presentations
Automotive Simulation World Congress
Submit Abstract
The call for presentations for this annual international automotive conference is still open. Showcase your work in the automotive industries to other simulation professionals. Submit your abstract by June 30.


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ANSYS Webinar Series: Leaders in Simulation
Join us this summer as ANSYS customers demonstrate their expertise and ingenuity in this series of web events. Register for webinars from Structural Integrity Associates, Oliver Fastener Consulting and NEM Energy through the ANSYS Events calendar.

Missed a webcast? Go to the ANSYS Resource Library to view the recordings on demand.


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


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ANSYS blog

Flow Assurance: A Key Topic at the Offshore Technology Conference
The focus of OTC 2013 was deep-water production. Challenges occur for these deep-water operations at ultra-low temperatures and high pressures using long pipelines that transport oil, gas and water (multiphase flows). Fluid dynamics engineers working in flow assurance (a relatively new term in the oil and gas industry) departments have the responsibility to ensure successful and economical flow of oil and gas from the reservoir to the point of sale. Learn more in this blog.

Model-Based Systems Engineering at the Heart of SCADE System 2.0
Discover how our latest release, SCADE System, serves as a platform for deploying model-based system engineering practices, particularly for complex systems with high dependability requirements.

Training Course Videos for ANSYS Products: ANSYS Customer Exclusive
ANSYS is introducing a series of recordings, available on the ANSYS Customer Portal, to allow software users to participate in introductory product training delivered by ANSYS specialists. This content may be consumed in short segments and is only available to ANSYS customers. The ANSYS Mechanical course is available right now. Watch the Customer Portal for information on other product training.


 Simulation of 3D Composites with ANSYS

Structural Technology Tips — Composites
Traditionally, layered composites structures are modeled as thin structures using shell elements. This approach is valid when designing thin parts, but when the parts are more massive solid models are required. View this page with access to videos that include both an overview and step-by-step instructions on simulating 3-D solid composites.

IBM Application Ready Solutions for ANSYS
For organizations that want to speed deployment with highly optimized cluster solutions and the cloud, IBM has worked with ANSYS to create an application ready solution based on reference architectures. Pre-integrated ANSYS application templates reduce setup time and simplify job submission so engineers can become productive quickly and easily share files with colleagues. Organizations also benefit from solution-level support with one number to call for all IBM hardware and software components.

ANSYS Resource Library

Webinar on Demand: Modeling of Printed Circuit Boards & Packages Using ECAD Data

Webinar on Demand: High‐Performance Computing for Mechanical Simulations using ANSYS

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