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Butch leads SimuTech Group Engineering Organization for product development engineering consulting, training and mentoring with ANSYS tools. We solve the unsolvable!
Nov
27

Maximizing Memory Performance for ANSYS Simulations

Memory, or RAM, is important when you’re configuring computers for high-performance computing (HPC). Computer performance is affected not only by the amount of RAM but also by the amount of bandwidth, or transfer speed, between the processor and the memory. The bandwidth is affected by the speed of the memory stick, but the way memory sticks are configured on the motherboard is even more important.

CPUs can access information on multiple memory sticks in parallel through use of memory channels. Modern CPUs can access between 1 and 8 memory channels simultaneously (model specific). Not only does this capability affect the machines performance, but we have found that many computers are not configured to make use of all their memory channels, which hampers performance.

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Oct
31

SimuTech consulting can move your project forward—fast. Here’s how.

If you’re struggling to complete or figure out the simulation analyses needed for an engineering or design project, if you’re lacking the time, expertise, or personnel time you need, or if you’re simply working on a hot project that needs solving now, SimuTech’s Engineering Simulation Consulting services can help. We’re experts in FEA, CFD, and electrical analyses, so we can help you make your products the best they can be.

SimuTech Group Engineer Jason ZbickHow do you go about working with us? Here’s the process:

  1. Contact us for FEA, CFD, and electrical analyses. Your time is valuable, so we aim to return inquiries within 30 minutes.
  2. We’ll set up an initial phone call with you to make sure we connect you with the exact resources you need.
  3. You provide us with your specs: a 3D CAD model or drawings, material properties, and details on the project problem you’re working on—what you’re trying to figure out, the operating conditions, and the loads.
  4. We write up a proposal for you to sign. Proposals can be fixed cost/fixed scope, or if you need more of an R&D project, the proposal can reflect time and materials.
  5. You send us a PO.
  6. We get started!
  7. Finally, we provide you a report and other deliverables.

Why choose SimuTech?

We’re engineers first and foremost. Our consultants have real-world know-how—and industry expertise--in the same issues you’re grappling with. Our engineers bring experiences from top companies in many industries: aerospace, automotive, forensics, power generation, water and waste, and more. And we’re ITAR- and CGP-certified.

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Sep
26

New ANSYS 19.2 release offers Fluent improvements for faster CFD

ANSYS 19.2 Release

ANSYS 19.2 is now available for download from the ANSYS Customer Portal (registration & log-in required).

The big news with the release of 19.2 concerns ANSYS Fluent.

Over the last two years, the Fluids business unit at ANSYS, Inc. has undertaken a large initiative to overhaul the Fluent user experience and workflow with these goals in mind:

  • Provide a complete, integrated CAD-to-Post solution in Fluent
  • Streamline the Fluent meshing workflow for generating a mesh from imported CAD
  • Remove usability barriers for common tasks that frustrate users and waste their time

With ANSYS 19.2, they are delivering on these goals by releasing a task-based workflow with Mosaic Meshing that speeds up CFD simulations and helps engineers get accurate results with less training.

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Sep
06

Modeling Bolted Connections

Modeling Bolted ConnectionsMany methods are available to model bolts. What are the best ways ANSYS simulation software can help engineers with bolt simulation, and how might an engineer approach bolt projects?

In this recorded webinar, Tyler Coffey, SimuTech FEA Consulting Engineer, shares his expertise using ANSYS Workbench™ in models that…
  • Use bonded contact to attach the parts (bolts not included)
  • Use beam elements to model the bolts
  • Use solid elements to model the bolts but do not model the threads
  • Include the threads in modeling
Click to watch the recorded webinar, and download the presentation slides and models.
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Aug
30

FEA Best Practices Video Series

New to FEA or simulation tools in general? Our training videos can help.

This eight-video course is geared toward engineers and engineering managers. While the course includes information on ANSYS FEA, this series is also a good primer for understanding FEA as an important tool for accurate design, whichever commercial code you’re using (ABAQUS, NASTRAN).

We’ll discuss element theory, element types, preprocessing, solution, and postprocessing, and much more. Watch the introductory video (see below) at no charge for more details on what’s covered.

All of the videos in this course may be viewed in SimuTrain, our subscription-based portal. SimuTrain provides 24/7 access to lots of ANSYS-related training materials like this FEA series, plus more “best practice” videos, our popular Quick Start videos, and much more.

Interested? Request a free trial or contact your local SimuTech office.

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