- April 10, 2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- October 9, 2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
ANSYS delivers the first integrated and comprehensive multiphysics simulation platform designed for all engineers. This platform, called AIM, is the further realization of the ANSYS Workbench strategy to revolutionize engineering processes through Simulation Driven Product Development.
Simulation Insights Across Multiple Physics
AIM extends the value of simulation beyond single engineering disciplines by providing a full array of physics in a unified, immersive user platform that is readily deployable across the organization. Whether a multiphysics simulation includes structures, fluids, thermal properties, or electromagnetics, all aspects of simulation workflow are supported in the single-window design, reducing the training and deployment costs typically associated with fragmented tool chains. Moreover, AIM’s all new simulation process paradigm guides engineers through multiphysics workflows while automating tedious tasks to free-up engineering time and resources.
But one size doesn’t fill all, particularly for enterprise software, so AIM has been built for customization. Based on the ANSYS Workbench platform, AIM’s open and flexible architecture can be easily configured to automate best practices, create specialized applications, or provide designers and inexperienced engineers with access to relevant solver functionality without overwhelming them with choices. This aspect of AIM makes it particularly attractive for groups responsible for simulation deployment and governance. AIM also unifies the customization experience across the physics and workflows, so engineers don’t have to learn a multitude of programming languages and methods to develop custom solutions.
- Modal Wind Turbine
- Static Structural-Electronics Board
- Thermal Soldering Iron
- Rear Spoiler
- Exhaust Manifold
- Thermal Heat Sink
The course also includes relevant “hands-on” workshops and exercises.
9:00AM – Class Begins
12- 1:00PM – Lunch Served
5:00PM – Class Ends