5G and the Connected Vehicle15 Decembrie 2020

Ora: 11:00 (Romania)

Establishing a connected vehicle infrastructure requires 5G technology and a stable link across a variety of communication channels. Simulating these scenarios allows engineers to predict reliability and requires advanced asymptotic solvers for managing key geometry size versus wavelength tradeoffs and the handling the model geometry complexity. In this webinar, the advanced shooting and bouncing Ray (SBR+) method within Ansys HFSS will be presented as solution. We will address the placement of antennas, setup of moving trajectories and how to import models — including vehicles, areas of a street or parts of a city — to support your simulation. Additionally, critical post-processing capabilities and recommended solver settings will be discussed.

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How to Troubleshoot, Qualify and Quantify Noise, Vibrations and Sound Quality in the Rail Industry31 Martie 2021

Ora: 11:00 (Romania) This webinar is for acoustics and vibration teams working in railway industries, for part suppliers and OEMs. Based on test measurements and CAE simulations, this webinar will demonstrate how Ansys tools are used to troubleshoot, qualify... ...

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Ansys 2021 R1: Ansys Mechanical Update16 Martie 2021

Ora: 11:30 (Romania) Ansys 2021 R1 delivers cutting-edge improvements to Ansys Mechanical, including a wide range of new technologies and capabilities to equip engineers with easier workflows, speed development, enhance efficiency and increase reliability. Advancements in meshing, solvers and... ...

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