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March 2013

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Fast-Charging Battery Development Fast-Charging Battery Development
With concern about emissions and the volatile price of gasoline, electric vehicles are emerging as a viable transportation option. To accelerate the production of safe, reliable, high-performance and long-lasting lithium-ion battery packs, the automotive industry requires simulation tools that accurately represent cell and pack multiphysics phenomena occurring across a wide range of scales. General Motors has assembled a project team composed of GM researchers and engineers, ANSYS software developers, and the staff of ESim LLC to reduce the production cost of high-power batteries.

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Realize  Your Product Promise Realize Your Product Promise
Everywhere there's a need to innovate faster, to build better, to achieve smaller, and to make our world safer, our lives healthier and our children smarter. The world holds great promise that can be realized though engineering simulation. Just a few of these achievements are revealed in this new video from ANSYS.
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Wrigley Engineering a New Generation of Machines
Wrigley, a recognized leader in confections including gum, mints, hard and chewy candies, and lollipops, employs ANSYS software to develop a new generation of machines to improve the efficiency and quality of products. Elias Taye, principal engineering of the equipment technology group, explains how ANSYS brings the model to life before producing a prototype.

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ANSYS, Inc. Reports Final Results for 2012

ANSYS, Inc. Announces Annual Meeting of Stockholders and Sets Record Date

Plastics Engineering
Virtual Prototyping Applied to a Blow Molded Container

High-End Graphics Cards in Use
(in German)


Kunststoff Magazin
Miele Employs Simulation to Determine the Material Parameters Required to Safely Withstand Loads (in German)

Steam Turbine Blade Reverse Engineering, Upgrade, and Structural Design

Using SmartDO and ANSYS Workbench/CFD for Design Optimization


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17 – 21 SEMI-THERM
San Jose, U.S.A.
17 – 21 Applied Power Electronics Conference
Long Beach, U.S.A.
19 – 20 Pointwise User Group Meeting
Fort Worth, U.S.A.
25 SNUG Silicon Valley
Santa Clara, U.S.A.
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7 – 9 IEEE Wireless & Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON)
Orlando, U.S.A.
25 IDAC Simulation Open Day
Croydon, U.K.


ANSYS Convergence Conferences Keynotes Announced for North American Regional Conferences
The ANSYS Regional Conferences will kick off worldwide in one month. Events in Chicago, Toronto and Houston have named their keynote speakers and others will be announced shortly, so visit the conference website for updates and to register.
•   Chicago: Bob Tickel, Director of Structural Dynamics Analysis, Cummins, Inc.
•   Houston: Brad Beitler, Vice President of Technology, FMC Technologies
•   Toronto: Hugues Tournier, Manager of Power and Signal Integrity, Ciena


All Webinars
Introduction to the New ANSYS Workbench – LS-DYNA User Interface
March 26 or March 28

ANSYS Workbench, the most powerful, comprehensive, and easy-to-use environment for engineering simulation, is now available for ANSYS LS-DYNA. Join us for this introduction to see how you can benefit from new capabilities for CAD import, geometry cleanup, design exploration and much more.

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

Other ongoing webinar series include:

•   IT Solutions for ANSYS
Accelerating Time-to-Results with Parallel I/O, March 26 or 28
•   Recent Advances in Automotive Simulation
Injector Dynamics Assumptions and Their Impact on Predicting Cavitation and Performance, March 19


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


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ANSYS blog

Setting Up a Simple Flow Simulation
ANSYS senior product manager Gilles Eggenspieler, outlines the important points of CFD flow simulation for a structural engineer who is just beginning to work with fluid dynamics.

Make Some Noise
Two new application briefs are now available on ansys .com that explain the use of ANSYS Maxwell to reliably design components originally used for audio equipment. Download today.

•   Moving-Coil Loudspeakers
•   Voice Coil Actuators


ANSYS Resource Library

Technical Brief: Adjoint Method for Aerodynamic Shape Improvement in Comparison with Surface Pressure Gradient Method

Technical Brief: Automotive Hydraulic Pump Simulation

Webinar on Demand: Contact Enhancements in ANSYS Mechanical and MAPDL 14.5

Webinar on Demand: EMI - EMC Capabilities

Webinar on Demand: Advanced Capabilities for Power Systems using VHDL-AMS

Webinar on Demand: Virtual Prototyping in Rubber Seal Manufacturing and Testing

Presentation: Optimal Phased Array Modeling Using Domain Decomposition

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