ANSYS workshop: Using HPC and Reduced Order Models for ANSYS simulations (April 2020)
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|Name||ANSYS workshop: Using HPC and Reduced Order Models for ANSYS simulations (April 2020)|
|Description||ANSYS workshop: Using HPC and Reduced Order Models for ANSYS simulations|
|Type of event||Course|
ANSYS offers a comprehensive software suite that spans the entire range of physics, providing access to virtually any field of engineering simulation that a design process requires.
Models and simulations are getting more complex, but the demand is to run them faster. The aim of this seminar is to demonstrate the use of ANSYS in an HPC environment and to give an overview of the trends ANSYS is focusing on now and in the future.
One of the current industrial megatrends is to utilise system simulators to build a digital twin of a product. A short introduction on how to use high fidelity models for ROM (Reduced Order Model) creation in order to perform system-level simulations as a basis for digital twins will also be presented.
09.00-10.00 Running ANSYS in HPC environments 10.00-10.30 Q&A
The course is delivered by ANSYS Staff
To register for the course, visit https://www.pdc.kth.se/about/events/ansys-workshop-using-hpc-and-reduced-order-models-for-ansys-simulations-1.962863