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This Fundamental Electromagnetics Concepts Learning Track was developed by Dr. Kathryn Leigh Smith at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource for the fundamental concepts of electromagnetics. It starts by introducing the basics of vector algebra, which form the foundation of electromagnetic theory. Advanced concepts such as electromagnetics and magnetostatics are introduced subsequently. This learning track is a precursor to more advanced topics that can further your knowledge of electromagnetics.

How do airplanes fly and stay in the air? How does a streamlined sports car go faster than a bulky truck? This STEM learning track on aerodynamics will let you explore the physics of lift and drag forces. From creating airplane simulations to modeling race cars, Ansys simulation technology is used worldwide to understand lift and drag and create very cool products.

This SimCafe Fluids Learning Track was developed by Dr. Rajesh Bhaskaran at Cornell University in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource to integrate industry-standard simulation tools into courses and provides a resource for supplementary learning outside the classroom. The following courses show how to solve selected fluid flow problems using Ansys Fluent. These tutorial-based courses follow the same high-level steps; starting with pre-analysis and ending with verification and validation. The successful completion of these simulation courses will provide a thorough understanding of how to set up a CFD simulation using Ansys Fluent.

This SimCafe Structures course was developed by Dr. Rajesh Bhaskaran at Cornell University in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource to integrate industry-standard simulation tools into courses and to provide a resource for supplementary learning outside the classroom. This learning track consists of a set of learning modules focused on using Ansys simulations to solve problems in solid mechanics. The learning modules lead you through the steps involved in solving a selected set of problems using Ansys solutions. This learning track not only provides the solution steps but also the rationale behind them. It is worthwhile for you to understand the underlying concepts as you go through the learning modules in order to be able to correctly apply Ansys solutions to other problems.

This Fundamental Electromagnetics Concepts Learning Track was developed by Dr. Kathryn Leigh Smith at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource for the fundamental concepts of electromagnetics. It starts by introducing the basics of vector algebra, which form the foundation of electromagnetic theory. Advanced concepts such as electromagnetics and magnetostatics are introduced subsequently. This learning track is a precursor to more advanced topics that can further your knowledge of electromagnetics.

How do airplanes fly and stay in the air? How does a streamlined sports car go faster than a bulky truck? This STEM learning track on aerodynamics will let you explore the physics of lift and drag forces. From creating airplane simulations to modeling race cars, Ansys simulation technology is used worldwide to understand lift and drag and create very cool products.

This SimCafe Fluids Learning Track was developed by Dr. Rajesh Bhaskaran at Cornell University in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource to integrate industry-standard simulation tools into courses and provides a resource for supplementary learning outside the classroom. The following courses show how to solve selected fluid flow problems using Ansys Fluent. These tutorial-based courses follow the same high-level steps; starting with pre-analysis and ending with verification and validation. The successful completion of these simulation courses will provide a thorough understanding of how to set up a CFD simulation using Ansys Fluent.

This SimCafe Structures course was developed by Dr. Rajesh Bhaskaran at Cornell University in partnership with Ansys. It serves as an e-learning resource to integrate industry-standard simulation tools into courses and to provide a resource for supplementary learning outside the classroom. This learning track consists of a set of learning modules focused on using Ansys simulations to solve problems in solid mechanics. The learning modules lead you through the steps involved in solving a selected set of problems using Ansys solutions. This learning track not only provides the solution steps but also the rationale behind them. It is worthwhile for you to understand the underlying concepts as you go through the learning modules in order to be able to correctly apply Ansys solutions to other problems.