EDRMedeso bring the latest insights and developments to Ansys simulation solutions to Cambridge. This event is free to attend for businesses who are interested in utilizing powerful simulation tools to overcome engineering challenges across fluids, structures electronics, and more.


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The Cutting Edge of Simulation:
You may have seen Ansys tools before. But have you seen what’s new in the world of engineering simulation?

With an interactive agenda focused on mechanical, fluids and electronics applications, this seminar will provide insight into how simulation can help you mitigate risk, speed up design processes and prototyping, whilst reducing costs.

Our engineers will be on hand to share their expertise and answer questions you may have about Ansys solutions and EDRMedeso’s complementary range of productivity tools.


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Networking and Lunch
There will be ample opportunity to network with like-minded professionals from across the region throughout the day, as well as dedicated time to discuss your current and future technical challenges with our experts after the complimentary lunch.


Full agenda

09:30​ – Registration & Refreshments​
10:00​ – Welcome & Introduction​
10:20​ – Focus on ANSYS Simulation Tools – Latest Product Enhancements in Structures & Mechanical
11:00​ – Coffee Break
11:15 – Focus on ANSYS Simulation Tools – Latest Product Enhancements in Fluids & Electronics​​
13:30​ – Wrap Up with Q&A​
13:00​ – Lunch & Networking​



The Trinity Centre – Cambridge



Some of the latest capabilities that we will explore include:

  • Extended support for the multi-GPU solver, reducing solve time and total power consumption
  • Quickly view and edit model and solver settings, monitors, and post-processing settings without having to load the mesh
  • Access new solver settings within PyFluent for radiation, species transport, DPM, VBM, mesh interfaces, and more
  • Significant enhancements for aerospace applications include a Virtual Blade Model, a built-in Aero-Optical workflow, and a new ability to account for weak ionization at hypersonic speeds to predict communications blackout in Ansys Fluent


  • Interface with Mechanical pythonically to automate capabilities and connect with other technologies
  • New enhancements for performing accurate and robust turbomachinery solutions
  • Concurrently solve multiple drop test analyses and apply height and angle variations with the Ansys LS-DYNA solver


  • Opens new magnetics and power electronics applications for consumer devices with ECAD integration and time domain simulation improvements using HPC
  • HFSS enhancements introduce 3D Layout tool integrations, HPC adaptive mesh refinement, and enhancements to other Electronics tools