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WEBINAR (May 14th): How to Achieve Better Products to the Eye Through Virtual Prototyping?

In the CADFEM webinar on May, 14, 2020 you will learn, how physics-based simulations - virtual prototyping - contribute to develop better lighting products. The live presentation pictures the whole process - from editing the geometric model to the definition of light sources and sensors to the use of material properties and simulation modes.

The explanation of the relevant functionalities and application possibilities is based on typical examples from practice. The most important aspects for the different phases of the production cycle - design, development, validation - are discussed individually. In addition to the established functions of ANSYS SPEOS, which have already been proven in CAD-integrated variants of the software, you will get an insight into the new possibilities of ANSYS SPEOS based on ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler. Especially the interactivity and the integration into the multiphysics world of ANSYS using ANSYS Workbench plays an important role.
The presentation will be held in German language, the slides will be in English.

More information and registration (free of charge):
May, 14, 2020, 01:00 pm (45 minutes)
https://www.cadfem.net/en/better-products-to-the-eye-16303.html

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