SimuTech Skills Center

The SimuTech Skills Center is a comprehensive repository of educational resources for Ansys products. It features videos, lectures, tutorials, and workshop problems from both Ansys and SimuTech Group, designed to help you become proficient with Ansys tools and understand their optimal applications.

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SimuTech Skills Center Skills Center serves as a comprehensive resource, offering continuous access to a wealth of recorded videos and meticulously curated PDF documentation, all specifically designed to enhance proficiency in Ansys products. This dynamic platform is readily accessible 24/7, ensuring flexibility and convenience for learners. With its cost-effective structure, individuals can embark on their learning journey without financial constraints, while also having the freedom to progress at their preferred pace. Moreover, the platform facilitates tailored coaching experiences, enabling swift responses, adaptable guidance, and targeted assistance, whether for brief inquiries or more extensive project-based needs.

With a growing emphasis on multi-physics in industrial applications, Ansys is continuously enhancing its software interfaces and introducing new features. To support users in staying updated, SimuTech Skills Center Skills Center has introduced a new channel offering QuickStart sessions and tips and tricks videos, providing a productive avenue for accessing and applying the latest information.

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Discover a vast library of over 600 courses and releases, featuring more than 14,000 articles and videos. Our content is continuously enriched with exclusive materials from SimuTech Group and enhanced through close collaboration with trusted partners, ensuring you have access to the most comprehensive and up-to-date resources.

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Here is a selection of the courses included in the library.

/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png FEA Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth insights into the ANSYS Finite Element Analysis (FEA) packages, providing practical knowledge and innovative approaches to enhance your simulation skills. Whether you're looking to deepen your understanding or apply new methods, our content is designed to push the boundaries of your ANSYS expertise. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical
Introductory
Acquire the basic skills necessary to make effective use of the world's most intuitive and powerful interface for performing finite element analysis. Learn and apply complete solution procedures for structural, modal, and thermal analysis. Explore the product performance envelope by quickly defining and solving multiple design scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical - Slides
Introductory
Learn the basic skills of finite element analysis with the new ANSYS Workbench Mechanical ribbon-based interface in a PowerPoint slide-based training class. Apply complete solution procedures for structural, modal, and thermal analysis. Reinforce learning with many in-class workshops. Explore product performance with parameter management for quick definition and solution of multiple design scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png FEA Quick Start (ANSYS Mechanical)
Advanced
This course is a Cloud-based training program called ANSYS FEA Quick Start, that is designed to introduce engineers to working with ANSYS Mechanical to solve structural analyses. Each session for FEA training consists of approximately 3 hours of self-paced video lectures plus one hour for workshops. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical APDL
Introductory
This course is recommended for anyone who wishes to perform Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of mechanical parts and has little or no ANSYS Mechanical APDL (MAPDL) software experience. The ANSYS Mechanical APDL workflow, graphical user interface, along with the APDL command syntax, will be introduced to users. The focus will be on linear static structural analyses, although the concepts presented will provide a strong foundation to allow the user to solve other physics, such as thermal analyses, or more complicated analysis procedures with ANSYS Mechanical APDL. After completing the course, attendees should be able to use the ANSYS Mechanical APDL software efficiently to set up, solve, and postprocess linear static analyses. Please note that for those wishing to learn the Workbench version of ANSYS Mechanical should attend the "Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical" training course instead.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png FEA Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png Introduction to ANSYS Fluent
Introductory
ANSYS Fluent contains the broad physical modeling capabilities needed to model flow, turbulence, heat transfer, and reactions for industrial applications. This course offers an introduction to ANSYS Fluent software and the basic theory behind it. You will learn how to setup, solve and post-process your results using ANSYS Fluent.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png ANSYS Mechanical Basic Structural Nonlinearities
Introductory
Structural nonlinear simulations refers to that category of analysis in which the relationship between excitation force and displacement is nonlinear. Structural nonlinearities can be broadly categorized into three types: Nonlinear contact, nonlinear materials, and nonlinear geometry (large deflection). This training course teaches students how to effectively use ANSYS Mechanical to simulate static structural nonlinear behavior.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png CFD Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about ANSYS CFD packages. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png Comprehensive Intro to ANSYS
Comprehensive
The overall goal is to produce rational and intelligent usage by discussing the philosophies of ANSYS Mechanical APDL (Classic ANSYS) & Mechanical (Workbench), and then attempt to logically and systematically bridge the two. Basic FE concepts will also be discussed (element shape functions & integration schemes (assumed response), averaging, stress convergence, etc.). The course material has been specifically written to be a thorough and invaluable material reference. The course will include similar tutorials in ANSYS Mechanical and ANSYS Mechanical APDL in order to compare methodologies between the two interfaces. This will allow users to better understand and choose the best method for future projects. Interfacing between the two methods and extended functionality of ANSYS Mechanical through knowledge of A NSYS Mechanical APDL will also be covered.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png Introduction to ANSYS SpaceClaim
Introductory
This course will be a major benefit for all engineers to prepare their geometry for any kind of analysis using the ANSYS Workbench. The training course will teach students how to create and modify their geometry inside and outside the ANSYS Workbench environment using ANSYS SpaceClaim.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png CFD Quick Start (ANSYS Fluent & ANSYS CFX)
Advanced
This course is a Cloud-based training program called ANSYS CFD Quick Start, that is designed to introduce engineers to working with ANSYS CFX or Fluent to solve fluid dynamics analyses. Each session for CFD training consists of approximately 1.5 hours of lecture plus 1.5 hours for workshops and self-paced series of video recordings that cover the lectures and hands-on workshops portions. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png Introduction to ANSYS Meshing
Introductory
This online course will be of major benefit to all engineers intending to perform CFD or FEA simulations. The basic principles of mesh generation, the workflow and best practices for efficiently creating meshes for ANSYS CFD simulations or for ANSYS Mechanical will be presented and practiced.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png Introduction to ANSYS CFX
Introductory
The primary goal of this course is to cover the basics of working in the ANSYS CFX software environment. All course material is designed to make users of ANSYS CFX comfortable for calculating broad range of real-world CFD problems from start to finish. Users will have hands-on time to work through the entire simulation process, and learn about the range of physical models available along with the strengths and weaknesses of each option.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png Introduction to ANSYS Maxwell
Introductory
ANSYS Maxwell provides solutions for many types of analyses including DC conduction, frequency domain, time domain, electrostaticand optimization studies. ANSYS Maxwell is an intuitive mechanical analysis tool that allows creating or importing the geometry from a number of different CAD systems. It can be used to verify product performance and integrity from the concept phase through the various product design and development phases. The use of ANSYS Maxwell accelerates product development by providing rapid feedback on multiple design scenarios, which reduces the need for multiple prototypes and product testing iterations.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png ANSYS Fluent Multiphase Flow Modeling
Advanced
Multiphase flows are often playing a key role in industrial processes. Understanding of multiphase related phenomena is important to optimize process or products. Multiphase models in ANSYS Fluent are able to capture a large range of multiphase aspects in CFD simulation helping to understand your multiphase application. This course combines theory of multiphase flows with practical work using workshops. After the course, the attendees are able to identify the right multiphase model for their application.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png PrepPost Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about ANSYS PrepPost packages such as ANSYS SpaceClaim, ANSYS DesignModeler, and ANSYS DesignXplorer. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png ANSYS Fluent Heat Transfer Modeling
Advanced
This course is designed for existing users of ANSYS Fluent. You will learn and achieve an understanding of the basic theory of the models and computational methods for heat transfer applications. The knowledge gained will enable you to select the most appropriate modelling approaches for your target applications and simulation objectives. The advanced heat transfer modeling course has several tutorials some will be treated during the course and some others can be worked through after the lectures.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png CFD Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png High Frequency Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about ANSYS HF packages such as ANSYS HFSS. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png Introduction to ANSYS Fluent Meshing
Introductory
The objective of this course is to familiarize engineers with the workflows available within Fluent Meshing to go from a CAD or surface mesh input file to an unstructured hybrid mesh for CFD simulations.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png SIwave Quick Start
Introductory
This course is a Cloud-based training program called ANSYS SIwave Quick Start, that is designed to introduce engineers to working with ANSYS SIwave to simulate complete board/package designs with full-wave accuracy. Each session for SIwave training consists of approximately 3 hours of self-paced video lectures plus one hour for workshops. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png Introduction to ANSYS Icepak
Introductory
ANSYS Icepak provides flow and thermal management solutions for many types of electronic design applications. The primary goal of this course is to cover the basics of working in the ANSYS Icepak user environment. Students will be introduced to the world of electronics thermal modelling through a combination of lectures and workshops.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png Introduction to ANSYS DesignModeler
Introductory
The ANSYS DesignModeler training course will teach users how to create and modify their geometry in preparation for their analysis in ANSYS Workbench, this course is intended for both FEA and CFD users. Students who attend this course will learn to navigate within the graphical user interface, create, modify and/or cleanup their geometry in preparation for their analyses, generate 2-D sketches and convert them into 2-D or 3-D models, modify 2-D and 3-D geometry, and more.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png Introduction to ANSYS HFSS
Introductory
This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with ANSYS HFSS. The ANSYS HFSS course will teach the students how to design and analyze high-frequency electronic components such as antennas, RF/microwave components, and biomedical devices. The course will teach students how to effectively use ANSYS HFSS to setup, solve and post-process the results from high frequency electromagnetic simulations.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png Introduction to ANSYS SpaceClaim Meshing
Introductory
This course is designed for users of ANSYS SpaceClaim that would like to benefit from its Meshing capabilities. SpaceClaim Meshing uses the Mesh ribbon in ANSYS SpaceClaim to generate the mesh on some or all the parts of your geometry before importing the model into ANSYS Mechanical for solver simulation. With this SpaceClaim Meshing tool, you will be able to get 100% hex mesh on complicated CAD geometries.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/prepost.png Introduction to Ansys SpaceClaim for FEA
Introductory
This course is designed for FEA users of Ansys SpaceClaim that would like to benefit from its Meshing capabilities. SpaceClaim Meshing uses the Mesh ribbon in Ansys SpaceClaim to generate the mesh on some or all the parts of your geometry before importing the model into Ansys Mechanical for solver simulation. With this SpaceClaim Meshing tool, you will be able to get 100% hex mesh on complicated CAD geometries. You will be introduced to the different tools and block types. You will also learn the different meshing approaches. Finally, template modeling, a technique to automate hex meshing, will be presented.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png Electronics Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Introduction to Rocky
Introductory
Rocky DEM is a powerful, 3D Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) program that quickly and accurately simulates the granular flow behavior of different shaped and sized particles within a conveyor chute, mill, or other materials handling equipment. The workshops provide everything you need to walk through setting up, running, and post-processing real Rocky cases at your own pace. Complete them in the order provided to gain the most benefit, or use the Index to locate Workshops containing specific features or tasks.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png Low Frequency EM Quick Start (ANSYS Maxwell)
Advanced
This course is a Cloud-based training program called ANSYS Low Frequency EM Quick Start, that is designed to introduce engineers to working with ANSYS Maxwell to solve EM analyses. Each session for ANSYS Maxwell training consists of approximately 1.5 hours of self-paced video lectures plus 1.5 hours for workshops. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/electronics.png Introduction to ANSYS SIwave
Introductory
ANSYS SIwave is an electromagnetic-based software solution for power-ground plane and signal integrity analysis. It employs a powerful full-wave analysis engine to generate both frequency-domain and time-domain results. Using the highly optimized internal field solver, SIwave simulates complete board/package designs with full-wave accuracy. Simulation results can be reported graphically using advanced 2D and 3D plotting methods.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Introduction to ANSYS AIM
Introductory
ANSYS AIM makes upfront simulation easy by combining intuitive, guided workflows, accurate simulation results and optimization in a complete simulation tool. Integrated geometry modeling based on ANSYS SpaceClaim technology helps you create new 3-D concept models, or edit/repair existing geometry. Whether a simulation includes electromagnetics, thermal, structures, or fluids or combinations thereof, all aspects of simulation workflow are included in the single-window design, which enables you to predict complete product performance with results you can trust. AIMΓÇÖs powerful parametric and optimization capabilities can automatically explore the design space thoroughly and find the best design faster.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/customization.png Introduction to ACT Mechanical
Introductory
With ANSYS ACT, you can create a customized simulation environment that enables your engineering team to capture and use expert knowledge, specialized processes, and best practices, improving productivity, efficiency and effectiveness. The software enables you to encapsulate APDL scripts, create custom menus and buttons to incorporate your company's engineering knowledge, embed third-party applications, and create your own tools to manipulate simulation data. ANSYS ACT enables you to encapsulate a customer's APDL script within ANSYS Mechanical. You can create custom entities within ANSYS Mechanical to incorporate your company's best practices through menus and buttons - a user-friendly approach to expose complex capabilities. ACT capabilities allow you to embed third-party applications within ANSYS Mechanical, ranging from external executables that compute data for pre- or post-processing all the way up to solvers. In addition, you can create tools to manipulate simulation data, such as meshing.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/hpc.png HPC Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about the IT & High Performance Computing (HPC). Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png MultiPhysics-WB Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about ANSYS Workbench. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png MultiPhysics Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optimization.png Introduction to ANSYS DesignXplorer
Introductory
ANSYS DesignXplorer is a design optimization application that operates under the ANSYS Workbench environment and incorporates both traditional and nontraditional optimization through a goal-driven approach. ANSYS DesignXplorer software provides instantaneous feedback on all proposed design modifications, which dramatically decreases the number of design iterations and improves the overall design process. The easy-to-use GUI within the ANSYS DesignXplorer program is based upon the Workbench technology. The GUI allows users to consider multiple designs so they can more quickly and efficiently create new products within their existing product lines or optimize parts for new operating conditions. ANSYS DesignXplorer software interacts with all ANSYS Workbench platform components and offers bi-directional associativity with leading CAD packages such as SolidWorks, Solid Edge, Mechanical Desktop, Inventor, Unigraphics and Pro/ENGINEER so that design changes can be quickly made to your design database. Students will learn about ANSYS DesignXplorer through lectures and relevant tutorials. After completing the course, attendees will be able to use ANSYS DesignXplorer software to study, quantify, and graph various structural, thermal and flow responses on parts and assemblies.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/embeddedsoftware.png ANSYS Twin Builder Getting Started
Introductory
ANSYS Twin Builder is a a powerful platform for modeling, simulating and analyzing virtual systems prototypes. It enables product development teams to verify and optimize performance of their software-controlled, multidomain systems designs.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optimization.png Ansys optiSLang Getting Started
Introductory
The Getting Started course offers you an introduction to the practical application of CAE-based sensitivity analysis, multidisciplinary optimization and robustness evaluation with optiSLang. During the training you will be informed about the possibilities of process integration and variation analysis. By means of illustrative examples, sensitivity analyses and different optimization steps as well as their results will be explained and evaluated. Here, the focus is on the user-friendly application and operation of the software.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Ansys SPEOS Getting Started
Introductory
The Ansys SPEOS Getting Started course familiarizes the users with Ansys SPEOS and its integration in Ansys SpaceClaim. This course presents SpaceClaim an Ansys SPEOS basic features. It also covers optical properties basic notions and shows how they are implemented in the software.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Discovery Live Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png ANSYS Discovery Live
Introductory
ANSYS Discovery Live provides instantaneous simulation, tightly coupled with direct geometry modeling, to enable interactive design exploration and rapid product innovation. It is an interactive experience in which you can manipulate geometry, materials and physics, and instantaneously see 3-D results.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Introduction to ANSYS Discovery
Introductory
Ansys Discovery features the first simulation-driven design tool combining instant physics simulation, high-fidelity simulation and interactive geometry modeling in a single easy-to-use experience. This course covers introduction to ANSYS Discovery capability, geometry modeling, and basic concepts regarding structural analysis within Discovery.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Photonics Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about ANSYS Lumerical package. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Rocky Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Rocky DEM is a powerful, 3D Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) program that quickly and accurately simulates the granular flow behavior of different shaped and sized particles within a conveyor chute, mill, or other materials handling equipment. The workshops provide everything you need to walk through setting up, running, and post-processing real Rocky cases at your own pace. Complete them in the order provided to gain the most benefit, or use the Index to locate Workshops containing specific features or tasks. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Optics Webinars
Introductory
These one-hour events are hosted by our experienced engineers and cover a variety of ANSYS software topics. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Introduction to ANSYS SCADE Suite
Introductory
ANSYS SCADE Suite is a software design product line for embedded control software modeling, verification and code generation. ANSYS SCADE Suite provides a user-friendly and intuitive model-based environment for software engineers. This course is an introduction to the ANSYS SCADE Suite environment. You will learn how to create a complete project starting from modeling, traceability, simulation, report generation, down to C or Ada code generation with the SCADE Suite KCG code generator and final integration.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Optical Theory
Introductory
This course is intended for non-optical users who need or want to learn the basics of optical theory. In this course, you will get familiarized with some basic notions in optics that will allow you to understand how our simulation software work. You will learn about the different methods used to measure and analyze the visual spectrum such as radiometry, photometry and colorimetry, and how the human eye perceives light.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/platform.png Platform Tips and Tricks
Advanced
Our Tips & Tricks articles and videos explore advanced topics and techniques that extend beyond the typical curriculum of standard ANSYS training courses. This course offers in-depth information about the Ansys platform. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/structures.png Ansys optiSLang for Structural Applications
Advanced
This course page will help you to automatize your FEA workflow with optiSLang by providing different examples for e.g. Ansys Workbench, APDL or LS-DYNA. Moreover, it will show how to enlarge your analyzes methods by using HPC, Signal Processing and Pictures in the post processing of optiSLang.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Optical Demos
Advanced
This course includes a series of videos and project files, demonstrating specific Ansys optical software packages. These videos describe a problem with a short presentation and finish with a detailed demo. Our course provides comprehensive insights and practical tools for effective application in real-world scenarios.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/fluids.png Ansys optiSLang for Fluid Applications (CFD)
Advanced
This course will help you to automate your CFD workflow with optiSLang by providing different examples for e.g. CFX standalone, Fluent standalone, or inside Ansys Workbench. Moreover, it will show how to enlarge your analyzes methods by using signal processing and pictures in the post processing of optiSLang.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Ansys SPEOS Photometric Analysis Basics
Introductory
This course demonstrates how to simulate lighting systems using ANSYS SCADE.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Ansys SPEOS Camera Sensor Visualization
Advanced
This course explains how to define camera sensors and simulate the camera vision based on its own physical characteristics. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to create a Camera based on the simple and enriched models, design and validate the pixel grid projection on geometries and analyze the cameraΓÇÖs simulation results.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optimization.png optiSLang for Electromagnetic Applications
Advanced
This course page will help you to automatize your simulation workflow with optiSLang by providing different examples for e.g. Maxwell or HFSS inside Ansys Electronic Desktop (AEDT) or Motor-CAD and with a self-learning content demonstrating the combination of AEDT and optiSLang. Moreover, it will show how to enlarge your analyzes methods by using signal processing and pictures in the post processing of optiSLang.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optics.png Ansys SPEOS Colorimetric Analysis
Introductory
This course gives a basic understanding of the colorimetric studies using SPEOS tools.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optimization.png Ansys optiSLang Model Calibration and Parameter Identification
Intermediate
This course gives information about the mathematical basis of model calibration. Furthermore, the issue of relevance and quality of the identified parameters will be discussed. These methods can be applied easily for any RDO task with the help of optiSLang. A key role is the definition of signals and signal functions as well as the sensitivity analysis using the Metamodel of Optimal Prognosis (MOP). Model calibration means to adapt the results of simulation models to actual measurement data. Here, a measured response curve, e.g. a load displacement curve, is taken as a reference and parameters of the simulation model will be modified until the best correlation between reference and simulation is obtained. This method is also known as "reverse engineering". Using this methodology, parameters that cannot be measured directly, such as material parameters, are identified. Therefore, this method is called parameter identification.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png ANSYS SCADE Suite Simulink Importer
Advanced
ANSYS SCADE Suite Simulink® Importer provides a connection between MathWorks' Simulink/Stateflow® and ANSYS SCADE Suite. This tool allows Simulink users to preserve their Simulink models for use in safety and mission-critical applications developed in ANSYS SCADE Suite. This advanced training course provides guidelines to integrate Simulink models and Stateflow charts into ANSYS SCADE Suite projects. You will learn to use Simulink Importer for Simulink/Stateflow model translation into SCADE Suite and Simulink Wrapper for the simulation of SCADE Suite models within the Simulink environment.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png ANSYS SCADE Avionics Package
Advanced
The ANSYS SCADE Avionics Package enhances the ANSYS SCADE Suite to meet the aerospace industry's specific needs.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/optimization.png Ansys optiSLang Product Quality (Robust Design Optimization)
Advanced
The course introduces robustness and reliability assessments by probabilistic methods and the relation to sigma level or design for six sigma approaches. The application of robustness and reliability assessments will be demonstrated by using an application example of an optimized design. Virtual product development is conducted using deterministic parameters, hence under idealized conditions. Particularly in the context of product optimization, the product performance under random influences (tolerances, external influences) must be warranted. For a robustness or reliability analysis, input parameters are modelled as random variables. The result of a robustness assessment is a prognosis of the variation of the product performance. Moreover, a root cause analysis is possible by identifying the most relevant inputs influencing the scatter of the system response. Strategies for finding optimal yet robust designs are discussed. For the proof of safety requirements, optiSLang offers methods of reliability analysis, which compute the rare event of violating a ΓÇôpossibly non-linearΓÇô limit state.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png ANSYS SCADE Suite Model Optimization and Code Performance
Advanced
This advanced training course provides ANSYS SCADE Suite users with a comprehensive view on how to optimize ANSYS SCADE Suite models to reach the best performance for the generated code. You will learn how ANSYS SCADE Suite model architecture influences performance, what are efficient modeling patterns, and how to select KCG code generation options for optimal runtime performance of the generated code. The course also offers a specific focus on ANSYS SCADE Suite Timing and Stack Verifier to profile an ANSYS SCADE Suite application, on best practices, returns on experience, and first keys to improve oneΓÇÖs design.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png ANSYS SCADE Architect Configurator
Advanced
ANSYS SCADE Architect Configurator is a module that allows Methods and Tools Engineers to configure the ANSYS SCADE Architect Advanced Modeler to manage domain-specific objects. This advanced training course provides users with skills to define new domain specific languages by extending the ANSYS SCADE Architect meta-model. You will learn to create a user-defined configuration to customize diagram palettes, menus, and property pages with new concepts, to verify the configuration using preview models, and to deploy configuration plug-ins.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png Introduction to ANSYS SCADE Display
Introductory
ANSYS SCADE Display is a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) design product line for embedded HMI modeling, verification and code generation. ANSYS SCADE Display provides a user-friendly and intuitive model-based environment for HMI design engineers. This course is an introduction to the ANSYS SCADE Display environment. You will learn to create a complete project starting from modeling, traceability, simulation, report generation, down to C code generation with the SCADE Display KCG code generator and integration in the final application with OpenGL®.
/ssc/wwwroot/images/disciplines/80/multiphysics.png ANSYS SCADE Display Model Optimization and Code Performance
Advanced
This advanced training course provides ANSYS SCADE Display users with a comprehensive view on how to optimize ANSYS SCADE Display models to reach the best performance for the generated code. You will learn how ANSYS SCADE Display model architecture influences performance, what are efficient modeling patterns, and how to select KCG code generation options for optimal runtime performance of the generated code. The course also offers a specific focus on best practices, returns on experience, and first keys to improve oneΓÇÖs design.

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