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LEAP Australia Events Digest

LEAP’s Events & News Digest aims to give you a quick summary of events, training and relevant news you might have missed.

Upcoming Events:

Register for LEAP’s upcoming webinars on Getting the most out of Creo to learn how to use Creo to seamlessly:

  • Validate designs using simulation
  • Use mould design and analysis to develop production tools
  • Deliver clear concise design reviews with augmented reality
  • Generate engaging customer presentations & collateral for sales and marketing
  • And much more!
Part 1: Simulation, Mould Design & Analysis, Modern Manufacturing (10th February)

Part 2: Technical Documentation, AR Design Review, Sales & Marketing (24th February)

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With the release of Ansys 2022 R1 which is now available, we are excited to share our selection of highlights with strong relevance to our customers across Australia and New Zealand. Join LEAP for this free webinar in which Prof. David Fletcher will guide you through the key new features of interest in Ansys 2022 R1 for CFD which includes huge improvements in performace, usability, speed and model physics.

Ansys Fluids Update Webinar: Wednesday February 23rd, 1:00pm – 2:15pm (AEDT). Register now

 

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LEAP’s Ansys Mechanical/Structures 2022 R1 highlights videos are almost ready! Click here to be notified when these videos are available: complete the form.

 

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Is it time to expand access to your PLM product data beyond the regular users in your engineering team? Learn how ThingWorx Navigate helps open this critical data to the wider enterprise allowing for all product design related data to be managed from within Windchill and viewed by whoever needs it. ThingWorx Navigate’s easy to use role and task based applications control the data that can be accessed by non-expert PLM users – so they are only getting precisely the information that they need, when they need it with no training required. Join us for this free webinar to learn more.

 

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Product Data Management (PDM) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) are terms that are sometimes used interchangeably, but there is a significant difference between them. In reality PDM is sometimes too narrow to describe the full breadth of capabilities that a true PLM system offers. Join this webinar in March to help clear up any misconceptions about PDM and PLM and participate in our live Q&A with LEAP’s Windchill PDM and PLM experts. Register now

 

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Registrations are open for Onshape Live ’22! Join the global Onshape community at their annual Virtual User Conference. This is a free event for ALL Onshape users as well as engineers and product designers interested in learning more about the leading cloud-based product development platform. Register for free here.

 

News you might have missed:

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LEAP Australia is pleased to announce the release of ANSYS 2022 R1 which is now available to ANSYS customers across Australia and New Zealand from the ANSYS Customer Portal. The 2022 R1 release delivers powerful capabilities that speed time to result, improve simulation accuracy and expand interoperability with other Ansys products. Join LEAP’s live webinar which will cover the key highlights in fluids and click here to be notified when the structures videos are live.

 

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At Monash University, there is a focus on providing students with opportunities to use new digital technologies that are becoming increasingly common in industry, such as simulation, digital twin, Internet of Things (IoT), and augmented reality (AR). Leveraging PTC solutions, they are preparing engineering students for the workforce with a pilot program designed to engage students with these advanced technologies. Learn how they’re finding success with a new way of learning – click here.

 

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Hear how an expert turbomachinery design team at TurbAero led by Dave Limmer, Founder & CEO, and Dr. Ali Mahallati, CTO, use Ansys Multiphysics simulations to help design from scratch a family of fully-optimized, fuel-efficient turbine engines for the light aircraft market. Watch the video.

 

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KeyShot 11 is coming in February – planned release date 8.2.22. For pricing and details, please contact LEAP.

 

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Florian Menter and his turbulence research team at Ansys have recently published this comprehensive Best Practice Guide for RANS Turbulence modelling, with coverage of all the well-known One equation, Two equation and Reynolds stress models that are implemented in the ANSYS CFD software packages. Please contact LEAP if you have further questions or would like help in implementing any recommendations. Read the technical report.

 

Training:

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In this course delivered on-site in LEAP’s Brisbane office, you will gain a baseline knowledge of Creo’s core capabilities. You will learn the Creo Design Process that is used to create part and assembly models as well as document and analyse them. You will then take a deeper dive into each of the Creo Design Process sections.

Register for this course online and pay by credit card or email info@leapaust.com.au for alternative payment options.

 

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This introductory course is intended for new and intermediate users and will provide attendees with an understanding of the basics and fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis and using Ansys Mechanical within Ansys Workbench. Pricing is $2,400 (ex GST) per company.

Duration: 5 online sessions
Dates: 12:00pm-2:30pm each day, Feb 24, Feb 25, Mar 3, Mar 4 and Mar 10, 2022.
Click here to register

 

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This introductory course is intended for new and intermediate users and will provide attendees with an understanding of the basics and fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics and using Ansys Fluent. Pricing is $2,400 (ex GST) per company.

Duration: 5 online sessions
Dates: 12:00pm-2:30pm each day, Feb 28, Mar 2, Mar 7, Mar 9 and Mar 11, 2022.
Click here to register

 

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Did you know that LEAP is now offering online application-focused training? Training is currently available in applications such as weld fatigue, carpark ventilation, digital signal analysis, aerodynamic noise, and more. Browse the courses available now or contact us to request training in a specific discipline.

 

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