CAE Associates is pleased to announce that ANSYS has released version 15.0 of its simulation software suite. This enhanced version enables complete multiphysics workflows for leading simulation practices. For structures, ANSYS 15.0 gives users greater insight into simulating composites. For fluids, users can now study turbomachinery flow paths with greater fidelity than ever before! As we do every year, CAE Associates will be hosting regional ANSYS v15 Update seminars in March, which will provide a comprehensive demonstration of the new features and enhancements.
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In July, CAE Associates ANSYS eLearning Series marked its one year anniversary. We are excited to continue to offer these webinars. New topics are will be premiering this fall! Drawing on 30+ years of providing Engineering Advantage to our ANSYS community, members of our technical staff have developed a series of 30 minute online webinars.
CAE Associates recently returned from presenting and exhibiting at SMiRT-22, the 22nd International Conference Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology.
In March, CAE Associates hosted our annual ANSYS Update Seminars for our ANSYS customers, and showcased the latest advancements in ANSYS v14.5. ANSYS Users from across the region attended the locally hosted seminars in Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island.
Dr. Michael Bak, Senior Engineering Manager at CAE Associates, has been invited to become a member of the Mechanical Engineering Industrial Advisory Board in the School of Engineering and Technology at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut.
The purpose of the advisory board is to provide meaningful insights concerning current challenges in Mechanical Engineering, and provide input on all aspects of the Mechanical Engineering program of study at CCSU.
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