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  • 3D Printing & Optics
    3D Printing & Optics
    Eric Miller Recorded: May 23 2019 40 mins
    Leveraging Additive Manufacturing for Managing Light
    A review for optics engineers on what 3D Printing is and how it is used in the design, testing, and manufacture of optical systems.
  • Optimize Product Performance with ANSYS Digital Twins
    Optimize Product Performance with ANSYS Digital Twins
    Matt Sutton, Senior Analyst & Lead Software Developer, PADT, Inc. Recorded: May 22 2019 56 mins
    Engineering simulation has traditionally been used for new product design and virtual testing, eliminating the need to build multiple prototypes prior to product launch.

    Now, with the emergence of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), simulation is expanding into operations. The IIoT enables engineers to communicate with sensors and actuators on an operating product to capture data and monitor operating parameters. The result is a digital twin of the physical product or process that can be used to monitor real-time prescriptive analytics and test predictive maintenance to optimize asset performance.

    Join PADT's Senior Analyst & Lead Software Developer Matt Sutton for an in depth look at how digital twins created using ANSYS simulation tools optimize the operation of devices or systems, save money by reducing unplanned downtime and enable engineers to test solutions virtually before doing physical repairs.

    This webinar will include an overview of technical capabilities, packaging for licensing, and updates made with the release of ANSYS 2019 R1.
  • If you are not scared, you are doing it wrong! Successful founders take risks
    If you are not scared, you are doing it wrong! Successful founders take risks
    Eric Miller Recorded: May 17 2019 35 mins
    Fear can be an incredible motivator, especially in a small and growing business. This talk, originally presented at Phoenix Startup Week in 2018, goes over how being scared can be a good thing.
  • Metal 3D Printing is Changing Design, Here is how Design Engineers can Adapt
    Metal 3D Printing is Changing Design, Here is how Design Engineers can Adapt
    Eric Miller Recorded: May 17 2019 36 mins
    Metal 3D Printing systems, especially Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing machines, have made the free-form creation of metal parts directly from CAD a reality. This has freed geometry from the constraints of traditional manufacturing and reducing the product development process.

    This presentation goes over what Design Engineers need to know to adapt to the possibility and constraints of 3D Printing in metal.
  • 3D Design Updates in ANSYS 2019 R1 - Discovery Live & AIM
    3D Design Updates in ANSYS 2019 R1 - Discovery Live & AIM
    Ted Harris, Simulation Support Manager, PADT, Inc. Recorded: May 8 2019 52 mins
    The ANSYS 3D Design family of products enables CAD modeling and simulation for all design engineers. Since the demands on today’s design engineer to build optimized, lighter and smarter products are greater than ever, using the appropriate design tools is more important than ever.

    Two key tools helping design engineers meet such demands are ANSYS Discovery AIM and ANSYS Discovery Live. ANSYS Discovery AIM seamlessly integrates design and simulation for all engineers, helping them to explore ideas and concepts in greater depth, while Discovery Live operates as an environment providing instantaneous simulation, tightly coupled with direct geometry modeling, to enable interactive design exploration.

    Both tools help to accelerate product development and bring innovations to market faster and more affordably.

    Join PADT's Simulation Support Manager, Ted Harris for a look at what exciting new features are available for design engineers in both Discovery Live and AIM, in ANSYS 2019 R1. This webinar will include discussions on updates regarding:

    - Suppression of loads, constraints, & contacts
    - Topology Optimization
    - Improving simulation speed
    - Transferring data from AIM to Discovery Live
  • Analyze, Visualize, and Communicate - What’s New With EnSight In ANSYS 2019 R1
    Analyze, Visualize, and Communicate - What’s New With EnSight In ANSYS 2019 R1
    Clinton Smith, CFD Team Lead Engineer, PADT, Inc. Recorded: Apr 24 2019 38 mins
    Effective prototyping in today's day and age requires not only an understanding of your product's capabilities but also those of the environment it operates in, and how said environment impacts its use. When working with applications such as airbag inflation for occupant safety, sloshing of fuel tanks, or thermal stress in an exhaust manifold of a car, engineers are finding that it is no longer possible to ignore the interactions between fluids and the structures that surround them, as they strive to optimize their product's performance.

    EnSight helps you visualize coupled fluid-structure interaction data to gain the insights you need; providing a highly effective environment regardless of the complexity of the situation and the simulation being run. After exploring your data, EnSight can also be used to create a high quality visual representation to effectively communicate your results, thanks to the ability to place your model in immersive environments, add realistic lighting conditions, and so much more.

    Join PADT's CFD Team Lead Engineer, Clinton Smith as we explore the capabilities of this tool, and take a look at what's new in ANSYS 2019 R1.
  • Simulate Multibody Dynamics More Accurately with ANSYS Motion
    Simulate Multibody Dynamics More Accurately with ANSYS Motion
    Jim Peters, Senior Staff Technologist, PADT, Inc. Recorded: Apr 10 2019 62 mins
    As mechanical systems continue to get more advanced and interconnected, there is an ever growing need for tools that can accurately analyze the impacts of various forces on the entirety of the system. Mechanical systems often contain complex assemblies of interconnected parts undergoing large overall motion, and thus require engineering simulation for optimal design. Tools that produce multibody dynamics solutions are better able to account for these components and thus provide more accurate results quicker than running simulations of each component individually.

    One of the latest offerings from ANSYS Inc. is designed to do just that.

    ANSYS Motion is a third generation engineering solution based on an advanced multibody dynamics solver. It 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. ANSYS Motion uses four tightly integrated solving schemes: rigid body, flexible body, modal and mesh-free EasyFlex. This gives the user unparalleled capabilities to analyze systems and mechanisms in any desired combination.

    Join PADT's Senior Staff Technologist, Jim Peters for a look at how this tool works, along with a deeper dive into its benefits and capabilities, including:

    - Multiple Advanced Toolkits
    - Various Application Areas
    - Accurate Boundary Conditions
    - Easy Interface with Other Software
    - Tightly Integrated Multi-body & Structural Analysis Solvers
    - And Much More
  • Using ANSYS to Model LiDAR Components
    Using ANSYS to Model LiDAR Components
    Michael Griesi, Lead Electromagnetics Engineer, PADT, Inc. Recorded: Mar 27 2019 56 mins
    In today's world of interconnected smart technology, it is more important than ever to design products with an understanding of how their electrical components interact with one-another internally, as well as with other products and systems interfacing with the Internet of Things.

    This is especially true with tools developed for 3D imaging technology like Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR). With a growing number of applications such as ensuring the safety of passengers in autonomous vehicles thanks to advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), LiDAR is on the cutting edge of today's more complex technological advancements, and thus requires a good deal of simulating to ensure safe, and effective real-world use.

    ANSYS electromagnetics software can simulate performance across component, circuit, and system design, helping to achieve first-pass system design success, along with incorporating additional structural and thermal elements that can aid in ensuring secure and efficient packaging design.

    Join PADT's Lead Electromagnetics Engineer Michael Griesi, along with Jeff Earls, Senior Electronic Device Engineer at TriLumina Corp., for a look at how ANSYS Q3D is being used to model LiDAR components.
  • Mechanical Updates in ANSYS 2019 R1
    Mechanical Updates in ANSYS 2019 R1
    Ted Harris, Simulation Support Manager, PADT, Inc. Recorded: Mar 13 2019 60 mins
    From designers and occasional users looking for quick, easy, and accurate results, to experts looking to model complex materials, large assemblies, and nonlinear behavior, ANSYS Mechanical enables engineers of all levels to get answers fast and with confidence.

    With applications for everything form strength analysis to topology optimization, it's no wonder this comprehensive suite of tools continues to serve as the flagship mechanical engineering software solution.

    Join PADT's Simulation Support Manager, Ted Harris for a look at what new capabilities are available for ANSYS Mechanical, in the latest version; 2019 R1. This presentation will feature exploration into updates regarding:

    - Linear Dynamics
    - Rigid Body Dynamics
    - Explicit Dynamics
    - Topology Optimization
    - Composites
    - And Much More
  • Introducing ANSYS Cloud Compute
    Introducing ANSYS Cloud Compute
    Sina Ghods, Application & Simulation Support Engineer, PADT, Inc. Recorded: Feb 28 2019 58 mins
    Engineering simulation has long been constrained by fixed computing resources available on a desktop or cluster. Today, however, cloud computing can deliver the on-demand, high performance computing (HPC) capacity required for faster high-fidelity results offering greater performance insight.

    ANSYS Cloud delivers the speed, power and compute capacity of cloud computing directly to your desktop — when and where you need it. You can run larger, more complex and more accurate simulations to gain more insight into your product — or you can evaluate more design variations to find the optimal design without long hardware/software procurement and deployment delays.

    Join PADT's Application & Simulation Support Engineer Sina Ghods for a look at how ANSYS is working to drive adoption by providing users a ready to use cloud service that provides:

    Reduced Turnaround Time

    More Accurate Results

    Access to More Complex/Larger Models

    Secure Workflows

    And Much More

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