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BOOST YOUR ANSYS PRODUCTIVITY!

EnginSoft | ANSYS Satellite Applications & Technologies

Thanks to a new fleet of “satellite” tools, the core capabilities of Workbench can be augmented to greatly improve productivity and design process efficiency.

Embark on a partnership with EnginSoft to find the winning solution!

 

ANSYS Satellite App

International CAE Conference

International CAE Conference

To stay tuned for one of the most important events in Europe on "Simulation Based Engineering". visit the website of the International CAE Conference

Events

Webinar ANSYS AAPP

29 March 2017 | 15:00 pm CET to 15:20 pm CET - Online Webinar
The webinar will introduce a set of new “satellite” tools (not developed by ANSYS and integrated in Workbench like APP’s) in addition to some of the extensions directly developed by EnginSoft and released on ANSYS ACT Portal.


modeFRONTIER | Webinar Series

2017, March to April - Online Webinar Series
Join us for the modeFRONTIER Webinar Series.
Sessions are free of charge.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more from our experts!


Particlework webinar

28th Febuary 2017 | 14.00-15.00 GMT - Webinar
The webinar will present how Moving Particles Simulation can reduce the number of prototypes and the development time and cost of your lubrication system, by becoming part of the product development process.


MapleSim webinar

23rd February 2017 | 11:00 am CET to 11:20 am CE - Webinar
Discover how significant model set-up time can be reduced using MapleSim, whilst producing a high-level understanding of the system behaviour for greater engineering insight. The webinar will present the construction of a system model in the case of a PID Tuning for a DC Motor Controller in a feedback loop, demonstrating the efficient and effective way for engineers to model utilising MapleSim’s multi-domain component libraries.