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Best practices for simulation with ANSYS at the university

Instructor workshops at CADFEM provide insights into practical fields of application in product development, structural mechanics, electromagnetics and system simulation.

FEM and CFD simulation in teaching: scientific, modern and interesting

Is it important to you to teach scientific fundamentals in an understandable way? Do your students want to gain relevant practical experience for their future careers? Many professors and instructors work effectively with ANSYS and share their experience.

Instructor workshops give you time for what's important

The task of designing an introductory practical course is similar at every university. Therefore, the exchange with other lecturers can save you a lot of time when preparing teaching materials and new content.

Highlights

  • Prepared tutorials can be quickly and easily expanded
  • Students work with current software for 3D simulation
  • Five subject fields cover all teaching fields
  • Focus on physical/technical aspects of teaching
  • Typical problems are provided with sample solutions
  • > 400 participants have attended the workshops since 2011
  • Complement software trainings to get to know the latest technology
Dr.-Ing. Cord Steinbeck-Behrens
Business Development, CADFEM GmbH, Hanover

What lecturers are saying

Dr.-Ing. Cord Steinbeck-Behrens<br />Business Development, CADFEM GmbH, Hanover
Dr.-Ing. Cord Steinbeck-Behrens
Business Development, CADFEM GmbH, Hanover

With current ANSYS products, you teach your students how they can use their academic knowledge of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics and electromagnetics in practical applications later in their careers. The instructor workshops keep you up to date with the latest ANSYS technology and offer a platform for exchanging experiences.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Rust<br />Professor of Simulation in Mechanical Engineering, Hanover University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Rust
Professor of Simulation in Mechanical Engineering, Hanover University of Applied Sciences

ANSYS offers the possibility of subsequent parameterization of CAD geometries and control variables. In the ‘Structural mechanics: basic examples with ANSYS Workbench’ lecturer workshop, I show tasks and sample solutions with which we carry out parametric studies and mathematical optimization in teaching.

Stay up to date with the latest technology

In order to stay up to date with the latest developments and possibilities of simulation software, you can also use numerous other events and training offers.

Become confident with the functions of ANSYS software

An ANSYS seminar gives you software knowledge and problem-solving abilities for common simulation tasks. Experienced instructors answer your questions about the software-specific procedure. As a lecturer or instructor, you benefit from an attractive university discount on the seminar price.

ANSYS product news in a nutshell

Every year, interesting research findings are implemented in the professional ANSYS products. For the free update webinars, CADFEM experts put together a compact overview of new features. So you can stay up to date and get new teaching ideas.

Get tips and exercises for teaching with ANSYS

Teaching execution is the focus of the sessions on structural mechanics, fluid dynamics, electromagnetics, system simulation and product development. You receive simulation examples with sample solutions and exchange experiences with other lecturers; software skills are a prerequisite.

Looking for ideas and examples for your exercises and practical training?

Your CADFEM Academic team is at your service with a wealth of experience.

The right solutions for your simulation projects

Simulation is everywhere and affects every industry. Since simulation requires more than software, CADFEM offers everything you need for successful simulation from a single source: software and IT solutions, consulting, support, engineering and knowledge sharing – always on the cutting edge.