ANSYS Conference & 2nd CADFEM Ireland Users’ Meeting

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24th & 25th September 2015 – Engineers Ireland, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

More than 40 attendees exchanged experiences and best practices in the use of ANSYS and engineering simulation & analysis.

Our annual Users’ Meeting serves as a multi-disciplinary platform for engineers, designers and analysts in Ireland to discuss competitive, leading-edge product development.

The presentations of the 2 days covered the following areas:

ANSYS AIM, Biomedical Simulation, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Electronic Devices, Energy Generation Technologies, Finite Element Analysis, Fatigue, Fluid Structure Interaction, Heat Transfer, HPC, Hardware, Cloud Computing, Mechanical Simulation, Optimisation in Product Design

Have a look for yourself at some of the pictures and feedback from the event here.

Download the presentations that have been approved for publication here:

TimeTopicSpeaker (s)Download
Day 124th September
9:15Welcome and Introduction -Engineering Simulation in IrelandDerek Sweeney (CADFEM Ireland Ltd, Dublin)Download
9:30ANSYS - Corporate Update, Product Enhancements and New Capabilities G. Matthews (ANSYS UK Ltd)Download
10:00Introducing ANSYS AIM - Product Simulation for Every EngineerErke Wang (CADFEM GmbH, Germany)Download
10:30The Role of Simulation in developing BLOK, a Protective Shell for the iPadFergal Corcoran (Logitech Ireland Services Ltd, Cork)View Video
11:30The Mechanics of Balloon KyphoplastyPhilip Purcell (CADFEM Ireland, Dublin), Stephen Tiernan, Fiona McEvoy (Institute of Technology Tallaght), Magdalena Tyndyk (University College Cork), Seamus Morris (Mater Hospital, Dublin)Not Available
12:00Optimisation in Tidal Turbine DesignSebastien Digard (Openhydro Group Ltd, Greenore, Co. Louth)Download
12:30Analysis of an 8x8 Driveline Mount SystemJohn McNamara (Timoney Technology, Navan, Co. Meath)Not Available
14:00Non Linear Analysis of Complex Sheet Metal Roll Over Protection SystemDaniel Begley, Sam Hampshire (Multihog Ltd, Dundalk, Co. Louth)Not Available
14:30Analysis of Viscous Body Armour SystemsSeán Belton, Andrew Keppel ( Institute of Technology Carlow)Not Available
15:00ANSYS Tips, Tricks & Productivity Enhancement Jochen Haesemeyer (CADFEM GmbH, Germany)Download
16:00Cloud Solutions for Engineering Simulation using ANSYSB. Moore (CADFEM Ireland Ltd, Cork), N. Wilson (Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC), Galway)Download B.Moore
Download N.Wilson
16:30Numerical Simulation of Pharmaceutical Powder Compaction using ANSYSAhmad Baroutaji, K. Bryan, S. Lenihan (Cork Institute of Technology)Download
17:00Numerical Modelling of Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete for Infrastructure ConstructionWilliam E.G. Wilson, Tomas O’Flaherty (Institute of Technology Sligo)Download
Day 225th September
9:00ANSYS Mechanical Technical Capabilities & Applications
A guide for enhanced and efficient solutions
Luigi Cordani, IDAC UKDownload
9:30Sensitivity Analysis and Optimisation of an Electric Motor with Ansoft Maxwell and OptiSLangMarkus Stokmaier, Michael Schimmelpfennig, Thomas Most (Dynardo GmbH, Weimar, Germany)Download
10:00Using ANSYS Maxwell in Sensor DevelopmentE. English (Analog Devices Ltd, Raheen, Co. Limerick)Not Available
11:00Simulation meets Medicine : Research into the Effects of ConcussionS. Tiernan (Institute of Technology Tallaght), M. Power (Beaumont Hospital, Dublin)Download
11:30Simulating a High Speed Vertical Transition with HFSS using IronPython to import a DXF fileMoises Jezzini, P.J. Marracini, F.H. Peter (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork)Download
12:00Optimisation of a Generic Numerical Wave Tank and Application to a Heaving StructureKen O Connell (Cork Institute of Technology)Download
12:30Cattle Tipping Mechanism Conception, Analysis and RedesignSunny Jay, Keith Bryan (Cork Institute of Technology, Inspect 4 Hoof Trimming Limited, Cork)Download
14:00-16:003 Parallel Training Sessions (TS1, TS2, TS3) + 1 Round Table Session (RTS)
TS1: Fatigue Assessment with ANSYS WorkbenchDownload

TS2: Advanced CFD - Automatisation and OptimisationDownload
TS3: Simulation Driven Development of Electrical MachinesDownload
16:30ANSYS AIM in Action: Showcasing the Flexibility and Multidisciplinarity of this Novel Simulation EnvironmentAdrian Dunne (CADFEM Ireland, Dublin), Erke Wang (CADFEM GmbH, Germany)Download

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