Workshop: ANSYS 2016 Simulation Showcase – Upgrade to ANSYS 17.x for Faster & more Powerful Simulation
Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park,
- 23rd June 2016 - 23rd July 2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Join us for this free one-day event on Thursday 23rd June 2016 at Heythrop Park Hotel, near Oxford to learn about new developments and enhancements in the ANSYS product portfolio.
Who Should Attend?
This event will provide an exciting mix of technical updates and specialist/application presentations and is open to current customers, prospective customers or former customers who want to get an update on our progress. The agenda is designed to be modular so attendees can visit the sessions of interest.
Registration / Further Information
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ANSYS 17.0 and 17.1 deliver major enhancements in simulation capability across the full breadth of the ANSYS simulation portfolio with a further update planned for Q3 (17.2). These three 2016 releases represent the fruits of ANSYS’ R&D investment (>$150M/year) and provide faster and more powerful engineering simulation software tools.
The ANSYS 2016 Simulation Showcase will highlight the status of and enhancements in our main “physics-based” engineering simulation tools including ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS FLUENT, ANSYSHFSS, ANSYS Maxwell and ANSYS CFX as well as the complementary solvers and pre-/post processing tools. The agenda also includes specialist/application focused presentations on a range of topics relevant to the key interests of our customers.
In parallel, we will also be hosting product specific Q & A/Workshop technical sessions for attendees to learn and gain advice from the ANSYS team of simulation specialists.
Please join us for this free one-day event on Thursday 23rd June June 2016 at Heythrop Park Hotel, near Oxford to be updated on our progress developing and enhancing the ANSYS product portfolio.
The event is open to customers and non-customers. The agenda is designed to be modular so attendees can visit the sessions of interest.