This is Part 2 of our 2 part video series showing you a multiphysics simulation with ANSYS Maxwell and ANSYS Mechanical. In this video we take the results from ANSYS Maxwell and use it to compute the temperature distribution and finally the structural deformation due to the current through the parts. The Part 1 video […]
When you have been doing something for 20 years, you sometimes loose track of the impact your efforts have on others. So we came up with the idea that we should ask our customers, employees, vendors, family, friends, etc… to give us their response to the question: “What does PADT Mean to Me?” We have […]
We are creating this blog posting for one simple reason: As we reflect and celebrate twenty years of being in business, we want to hear from our customers, vendors, partners, and friends. What would you like to share with the world about PADT? A story? An observation? Even a criticism. We want to know what […]
Wohlers Associates just blogged their list of the top news stories for 2013 in 3D Printing. It is worth a read to look beyond the hype we have seen this year and focus on the stories that will be having an impact in the future: http://wohlersassociates.com/blog/2014/01/top-3d-printing-developments-in-2013/ As a Stratasys distributor and provider of additive manufacturing […]
This Part 1 of 2 video shows you the first half of a multiphysics simulation using the low-frequency electromagnetics tool ANSYS Maxwell to do an eddy current analysis. Part 2 will involve taking the results of this analysis and transferring it to perform a thermal-structural analysis using ANSYS Mechanical.
WE ARE HIRING! PADT is starting 2014 off strong with lots of work ahead of us. One manifestation of this is that we are hiring for four positions, including two new positions that we just opened up this week. Please take a look at our openings and see if they are a good fit for […]
This video shows you a new capability in ANSYS v15.0 that allows multiple parts to be simultaneously meshed on multiple CPU cores…with no additional licenses required!
Another year is winding down to a close and PADT’s Arizona staff gathered in Chandler for our annual holiday party. It is always nice to step outside of the cubical and talk with co-worker’s spouses, employees you don’t get to talk with at work, and even with the people you do spend all day with, […]
For our Christmas parties at PADT we generally have over 40 employees so a traditional secret Santa gift exchange takes to long. So a couple of years ago we downloaded a right-left gift exchange story from the internet and it was a big hit. We ran out of stories on the internet, so we started […]
A while back I did a webinar on POST26 in ANSYS Mechanical APDL and using it with ANSYS Mechanical. You know it was a while ago because… well… it was a webinar and I have not had time to do one of those for a long chunk of time now. Anyway, as usual the files […]
[The following is an email that Manoj sent the tech support staff at PADT. I thought is was perfect for a The Focus posting, so here it is – Eric] First of all I found out a way to get Mesh Generation time (if no one knew about this). In ANSYS Mechanical go to Tools->Options->Miscellaneous […]
One of the best parts of having other offices is that we get to visit during the Holiday Season and have small dinners with the employees, families. (And even a lapsed employee and spouse sneak in now and then) This year we enjoyed dinner in Old Town Albuquerque with the New Mexico Staff and their […]
The relationship between ANSYS, Inc. and PADT is a long one that runs deep. And that relationship just got stronger with PADT joining the HPC Partner Program with our line of CUBE compute systems specifically designed for simulation. The partner program was set up by ANSYS, Inc. to work: “… with leaders in high-performance computing (HPC) to ensure that […]
On Tuesday we posted on what I thought were the 10 coolest features in ANSYS Mechanical for R15. Now it is time to take a good look at ANSYS Mechanical APDL, or MAPDL (classic ANSYS, black window ANSYS, or my favorite: ANSYS). The developers have been very busy and added a lot of useful features, […]
It’s that time of year again, time for a new release of ANSYS, Inc’s products. R15 is being released in stages to the user community this week so we thought we would take some time to point out ten features in R15 of ANSYS Mechanical that we find useful, important, or just plain cool. There […]