Electronics Reliability Updates in Ansys 2021 R2

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Josh Stout, Application & Support Engineer, Systems, PADT

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Best practices for ensuring and predicting electronics reliability require comprehensive multi-physics simulations. Ansys ensures reliability success by developing solutions and workflows that overcome today’s biggest simulation and design challenges. Ansys Electronics Reliability solutions allow organizations to capture a wide-range of parts, materials, simulation and other data, as well as access to critical, simulation-ready material and component data. With that data, users of these tools can create comprehensive simulation workflows with high levels of automation that can determine how long it takes for a product to fail, and why the failure occurred. Finally, integrated workflows between Ansys Sherlock, Icepak, Mechanical, and other tools can use this information to provide results necessary to optimize product designs and ensure reliability in the field. Join PADT's systems application engineer and electronics reliability expert Josh Stout for a look at what's new for this application in Ansys 2021 R2. This presentation includes a focus on the following topics: - Workbench integration with Ansys Sherlock - Harmonic vibration improvements - Thermal & Mechanical integration updates - Improved model generation for drop-test simulation - And much more

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