New Webinar Series: Fracture Mechanics in ANSYS R16

 
March Webinar Series – Fracture Mechanics in ANSYS R16
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“Fracture Mechanics in ANSYS R16 Webinar Series. There is a lot of EXCITING NEW MATERIAL, YES!!”

Ozen Engineering Inc. will be presenting on Fracture Mechanics over a 5 week long webinar series, starting March 19th, 2015. Webinars will be held from 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM PT.There is exciting improvements in Fracture Mechanics for the recently released ANSYS R16. XFEM being the 1st. There is also now a dedicated “Fracture Analysis Guide” in the documentation and we would like to share this information with our customers! Webinars will be direct and to the point where we present the exciting new improvements and current technology upgrades. The presentations will include both theory and demonstrate applications within ANSYS software.Webinar Schedule and Registration:

March 19th: 10AM-10:45AM PT Introduction to Fracture Mechanics
March 26th: 10AM-10:45AM PT How to Perform Fracture Mechanics Analysis in Workbench
April 2nd: 10AM-10:45AM PT XFEM Method – Meshless Fracture Mechanics
April 9th: 10AM-10:45AM PT Fracture Mechanics with Cohesive Zone and Delamination
April 16th: 10AM-10:45AM PT Fatigue Crack Propagation

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ANSYS Channel Partner & Distributor – Ozen Engineering Inc. provides ANSYS simulation software sales, training, technical support and consulting services. Our FEA experts take pride in delivering accurate & dependable finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations. We help clients worldwide accurately model products and processes for reliability & performance and predict structural failures.

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