Webinar: ANSYS AIM R17 – Updates & New Features for Improved Integrated Multiphysics Solutions
- 31st March 2016
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Join our 30 minute webinar, where our engineering team will highlight updates and new features in the latest release of ANSYS AIM.
Introducing ANSYS AIM
ANSYS AIM is the first integrated and comprehensive multiphysics simulation environment designed for all engineers. It offers integrated multiphysics solutions based on best-in-class solver technologies in a modern, new, immersive user environment that enables engineers to rapidly evaluate product design performance with confidence.
Who Should Attend?
New and experienced users of ANSYS AIM as well as those who would like to learn about how ANSYS AIM can provide a full array of physics that is readily deployable across the organisation. 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.
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Topics Covered Include
- Overview – outline of AIM capability
- Version 17 highlights
- Enhanced interface
- Integrated geometry modelling
- Integrated design points
- Structural enhancements
- Remote loads
- Enhanced interface generator (conjugate heat transfer)
- Flow enhancements
- Far field boundary conditions
- Initial conditions
- Project wizards and custom templates