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Is there Still a Place for Classroom-based Training? Is there Still a Place for Classroom-based Training?
By Paul Burden, ASCENT Center for Technical Knowledge ASCENT's Paul Burden thinks so. When you do consider eLearning offerings there are factors to consider when evaluating. Learn more.
Wrapping Your Head Around AR, VR and Mixed Reality-Literally
By Rita Stange, ConnectPress ConnectPress speaks with ESI, Elysium, Virtalis and Theorem Solutions about the company's solutions and use of AR and VR in product design and AEC.
What They Didn't Teach You in School about Heat Transfer What They Didn't Teach You in School about Heat Transfer
By Mentor Graphics See how Mentor Graphics CAD-embedded CFD solution FloEFD provides a complete environment for performing heat-transfer and fluid flow evaluation.
Check Out the New ANSYS Discovery Live's Geometry Modeling Check Out the New ANSYS Discovery Live's Geometry Modeling
By ANSYS ANSYS Discovery Live offers a full set of geometry tools enabling you to create virtually any 3D CAD file or import and edit 3D CAD and STL files.
Get Your FREE Trial of ANSYS' New Discovery Live! Get Your FREE Trial of ANSYS' New Discovery Live!
By ANSYS See how this simulation software provides real-time simulation and its intuitive interface makes it easy for any engineer to learn and use.
Using SpaceClaim for 3D Printing Preparation Using SpaceClaim for 3D Printing Preparation
By ANSYS SpaceClaim Learn how to prepare files for 3D printing without having to become an expert in specialized software, how to shrinkwrap faceted models and more.
The 10 Myths of Computational Fluid Dynamics The 10 Myths of Computational Fluid Dynamics
By Mentor Graphics This paper debunks 10 excuses to avoid using general-purpose CFD software to solve Navier-Stokes equations, and how it can improve product performance.
JPR Compares Dell Model to @Xi Mobile Workstation JPR Compares Dell Model to @Xi Mobile Workstation
By Robert Dow, Jon Peddie Research JPR compares @Xi Computer's @Xi PowerGo 15/7 mobile workstation to the Dell Precision 5510. What do they think? Find out here!
Configuration of Model-Based Definition in Inventor 2018 Configuration of Model-Based Definition in Inventor 2018
By IMAGINiT Technologies MBD will become an important tool for users wishing to review part model designs before the 2D drawing is created or skip the drawing process.
Got 20 Minutes? See ANSYS AIM in Action Got 20 Minutes? See ANSYS AIM in Action
By ANSYS If you're a design engineer hesitant to learn engineering simulation software then this short session is for you. See how easty it is in ANSYS 18.1.
ANSYS AIM Streamlines Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Design ANSYS AIM Streamlines Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Design
By ANSYS ANSYS AIM provides all of the physical models and simulation tools needed to diagnose and optimize a heat exchanger within a single user interface.
Zero-post Processing with Rize's APD Technology Zero-post Processing with Rize's APD Technology
By Rize This paper will define Rize's one-of-a-kind Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD), how it works and describe the advantages of the technology.
Rize One 3D Printer Speeds Part Turnaround 20% Rize One 3D Printer Speeds Part Turnaround 20%
By Rize A global consumer packaged goods manufacturer compared the part turnaround speed and costs of their Stratasys Fortus and Rize One 3D printers.
3D Printing: The Impact of Post-Processing 3D Printing: The Impact of Post-Processing
By Rize Industry expert, Todd Grimm, interviewed six global manufacturers to learn the impact of post-processing on time, cost, quality, and more.
Are You Using DfX Practices? Are You Using DfX Practices?
By ConnectPress and HCL Technologies This spring ConnectPress and Geometric (now part of HCL Technologies) surveyed readers to see how they were deploying Design for X (DfX) practices.
The Factory of the Future is Your Office and Beyond The Factory of the Future is Your Office and Beyond
By Rize Rize's Julie Reece discusses market potential for 3D printers to enable new direct manufacturing applications beyond the additive manufacturing lab.
ANSYS AIM Simplifies Simulation of LED Fixtures ANSYS AIM Simplifies Simulation of LED Fixtures
By ANSYS Thermal management of LED fixtures can be complicated by the multiple physics involved. See how ANYS AIM can simplify this process.
Democratizing Computational Fluid Dynamics Democratizing Computational Fluid Dynamics
By Mentor Graphics This paper looks at why CFD technology has a low uptake to being utilized by designers and has been reserved for engineers and how to overcome that.
7 Tips to Increase Productivity by Frontloading CFD 7 Tips to Increase Productivity by Frontloading CFD
By Mentor Graphics Read this paper by Mentor to see how to achieve the full benefits of frontloading CFD, including a successful implementation and early assessments.
ANSYS 18 Innovations - Signal Integrity, Power & EMI ANSYS 18 Innovations - Signal Integrity, Power & EMI
By ANSYS In this webinar learn about enhancements for the Chip-Package-System workflow to address design challenges in power and signal integrity, and ESD.
ANSYS AIM Streamlines Fatigue Analysis in a Single Interface ANSYS AIM Streamlines Fatigue Analysis in a Single Interface
By ANSYS ANSYS AIM is an excellent tool for gas cylinder design because it integrates structural analysis, fatigue life prediction and parametric design tools.
Webinar On Electronics Cooling Simulation in ANSYS 18 Webinar On Electronics Cooling Simulation in ANSYS 18
By ANSYS This webinar covers importing chip thermal models (CTM) from ANSYS RedHawk to ANSYS Icepak for thermal analysis of the complete IC, package and PCB.
Integrating PLM is Not a One-size-fits-all Approach
By Razorleaf Razorleaf provides 3 approaches to PLM integration, including an introduction to CLOVER, Razorleaf's integration platform, in this on-demand webinar.
Democratizing Analysis with ANSYS Icepak Democratizing Analysis with ANSYS Icepak
By ANSYS Traditionally the design engineer would have to pass the design to the mechanical/thermal engineer. ANSYS Iwave solves this issue.