Ansys' Software launches engineering design competition for real-time simulation
Anybody with an interest in simulation, sees a scope for simulation in their respective sector, and feels simulation can make things easy for them, can apply.
Want to show off your engineering insight and discoveries? Ansys’ Software has announced Discovery Live Engineering Design Competition that utilises the first ever real-time simulation environment to gain insight into a design’s performance, which aims to illustrate insight or learned trends obtained directly from using Discovery Live.
The objective of this competition is to illustrate insight or learned trends obtained directly from using Discovery Live. For example, the insight could be adding material in one location or another to improve fluid flow around a component, or showing how you converged on a design direction in a short amount of time as a result of the instantaneous feedback from Discovery Live.
Anybody with an interest in simulation, sees a scope for simulation in their respective sector, and feels simulation can make things easy for them, can apply. The top three winners will be awarded prizes worth $18000.
What is the competition looking at? If you can demonstrate insight that would have been difficult or impossible in another engineering tool, if you have an interesting and innovative use of Discovery Live (http://www.ansys.com/other/discovery-live-competition), if you can explore a large solution space and multiple design possibilities before converging on an optimal solution, then this competition is for you. Your video must be up to 5 minutes in length. Enter before 28 February, 2018
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