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Issue 143
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Newsletter 143 | December 2015
SpaceClaim 2016 Now Available
Welcome to our December newsletter. In this issue you will find useful product information, upcoming events, training courses, analysis tips and more.
ANSYS AIM Tutorial No.1

We have 2 new ANSYS AIM tutorials now live on our YouTube Channel. There are also lots of other informative videos on there too so make sure to check them out.

ANSYS SpaceClaim 2016 is here!

As ANSYS SpaceClaim customers, you will speed up your time to market with 10x performance improvements, more tools for faster geometry creation and editing, and expanded file import and editing capabilities.

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ANSYS SpaceClaim 2016 is here!
HPC High Performance Computing for CAE

We are pleased to present CADFEM’s new High Performance Computing Magazine. The magazine offers you a selection of articles and an overview on the implementation and successful use of HPC to enhance the power of your CAE and simulations.

This CADFEM tutorial shows you how to incorporate changes in the CAD system into the ANSYS® finite element calculation in order to improve your product design.

CADFEM Tutorial No.3 – Geometry: Making Changes in order to Reduce Stress
Copyright Dublin Institute of Technology/CADFEM
In this article we address numerical simulations, on the basis of Navier–Stokes and mass transport equations, to study the role of perturbed wall shear stresses and reduced oxygen concentration in a geometrical model reconstructed from a real porcine artery treated with a stent.
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