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Mark Lamendola is a Creative Marketing Strategist at SimuTech Group where his primary role is to support with setting specific objectives toward developing an overall marketing strategy that drives profitability, brand consistency, and overall market growth.
Sep
24

4 Ways to Improve Your Engineering Analysis Skills with Ansys

For over four decades, Ansys training has been a reliable resource for engineers to increase their productive use of Ansys software. With demanding deadlines and an increase in product design requirements, many engineers are feeling the pressure to deliver accurate predictions of product performance in a timely manner, often before a product is brought to market.

The preparedness of the engineering team to perform the simulations necessary to support key engineering decisions plays a crucial role in project and product success. In an environment of evolving demands, it is becoming a high priority for engineers to adapt their skillset. Successful engineers therefore focus on learning more to stay on top and to perfect their skills.

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Aug
31

Collaborate with Consulting Experts in Simulation

HAVE YOU EVER FOUND YOURSELF LOOKING FOR ASSISTANCE ON AN ANALYSIS PROJECT?

The Ansys simulation suite provides a powerful multiphysics-capable platform that can provide analysis insights with the highest fidelity. As the industry gold standard of simulation, you can be confident in your design analyses when using Ansys. There are many reasons why you may be looking for external third-party support on a project. We can help with any aspect of an analysis project and reduce your stress and workload. 

With the majority of our engineers holding Ph.D.'s and master’s degrees, we understand the complex nature of analysis projects. With 20+ years of consulting in a wide range of industries and a diverse engineering team located across North America, we can provide industry experience and application specific knowledge to help you find the solution you are looking for. 

WHAT DIFFERENTIATES SIMUTECH GROUP FROM OTHER CONSULTANTS?
  1. Experienced Ansys Elite Channel Partner: We are a proud Ansys Elite Channel Partner with decades of history being a go-to solution provider when it comes to simulation software and services. We are not only well-versed in Ansys, but our industry experience allows us to help you from both an engineering and simulation perspective. We can help you find the analysis solution quickly and efficiently, minimizing costs.
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Jul
28

Discover the Enhanced Solving and Collaboration Capabilities with Ansys 2020 R2

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With the launch of Ansys 2020 R2, significant upgrades have been made to Ansys’ next-generation engineering software, High-performance Computing (HPC) resources, and platform solutions to power team-wide global collaboration and information sharing.

Engineering teams are facing more demanding challenges than ever before. Teams are tasked with solving complex designs and meeting demanding product development schedules, all while working remotely due to COVID-19 precautions. Ansys 2020 R2 helps engineering teams accelerate innovation in any environment and creates cutting-edge designs by harnessing new workflows and dynamic capabilities across Ansys’ flagship suites. Updates in Ansys® Cloud™ offerings, such as virtual desktop infrastructure support, unites Ansys’ flagship simulation solutions with highly scalable compute power delivered by cloud-based HPC.

Platform solutions enhanced with powerful workflows deliver a streamlined user experience with enhanced functionality for data and configuration management, dependencies visualization and decision support, as well as user-friendly workflows for process integration and design optimization, and materials management.

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Jul
07

Why is Meshing Important for Fluid Simulations?

Meshing has a significant role when it comes to the engineering simulation process. Creating a high-quality mesh is one of the most critical factors that should be considered to ensure simulation accuracy.

What is Meshing?

Meshing is the process in which the continuous geometric space of an object is broken down into thousands or more of shapes to properly define the physical shape of the object. The more detailed a mesh is, the more accurate the 3D CAD model will be, allowing for high fidelity simulations. Meshing, also known as mesh generation, is the process of generating a two-dimensional and three-dimensional grid; it is dividing complex geometries into elements that can be used to discretize a domain. Since meshing typically consumes a significant portion of the time in acquiring simulation results, advanced automated meshing tools can provide faster and more accurate solutions.

Why is Meshing Important?

Creating the most appropriate mesh is the foundation of engineering simulations. The mesh influences the accuracy, convergence, and speed of the simulation. Computers cannot solve simulations on the CAD model’s actual geometry shape as the governing equations cannot be applied to an arbitrary shape. Mesh elements allow governing equations to be solved on predictably shaped and mathematically defined volumes. Typically, the equations solved on these meshes are partial differential equations. Due to the iterative nature of these calculations, obtaining a solution to these equations is not practical by hand, and so computational methods such as Computational Fluid Dynamics are employed.

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May
26

Fighting COVID-19 with Simulation and Innovation

With COVID-19 defining the new normal with social distancing, quarantining, and working from home, this is an unfamiliar time for many of us. Since the beginning of this outbreak, ventilators have been a key focus as hospitals and elected officials scramble to replenish supplies. So long as we had enough of the devices, lives would be saved. “It’s all about the ventilators,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York said in a March 18 press briefing, adding that the state could need up to 37,000 ventilators at the peak of the outbreak, compared to the existing supply of 3,000.

To contribute to the fight against COVID-19, SimuTech Group has collaborated with Rice University and MIT to help accelerate the efforts in improving ventilator performance.

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