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Ansys 2021 R2 - CADFEM Tips - Focus Structural Mechanics

CADFEM
Webinar
Structural mechanics
Structural mechanics

Summarized presentation of new features and enhancements in Ansys 2021 R2 with a focus on Structural Mechanics

CADFEM will guide you through some of the most relevant improvements with recommendations from our practical experience. ...

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Overview
Target group:
Users, Decision-makers, Students, Instructors, General enthusiasts
Software used:
Ansys Mechanical
Target group
Users, Decision-makers, Students, Instructors, General enthusiasts
Software used
Ansys Mechanical
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Our offer in detail

  • Ansys Mechanical
  • Ansys LS-Dyna
  • Ansys Motion
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Systems Coupling

CADFEM will guide you through some of the most relevant improvements with recommendations from our practical experience.

Highlights mentioned in this webinar are:

  • Quality seam weld modeling,
  • Useful Workbench integration of LS-Dyna,
  • Multiphysics application inside Ansys Workbench by Systems Coupling and use of Fluent and Mechanical Coupled Field analysis,
  • Structural Shape Optimization to take local stress concentration into account,
  • Efficient use of different simulation models.

In short: discover with us how to use state-of-the-art technology and improve your productivity.

Ansys users with focus on computational structural mechanics

You will receive a compact overview of the innovations in Ansys 2021 R2 with regard to structural mechanics

Dr.-Ing. Cord Steinbeck-Behrens
Business Development, CADFEM GmbH, Hanover

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