Simulation Day - Building Better Products with Simulation
Day & Time:
Thursday, November 22, 2018
10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
SimuTech Group & ANSYS
KHW Building – Room KHW71B
350 Victoria Street
Toronto, ON M5B2K3
Product developers must quickly perform and test numerous design variations in an environment steeped in global competition, complex and changing customer requirements, and short development cycles. Faced with increasing competition, companies have to produce higher performing products and deliver (even more) reliable products in shorter time frames to remain competitive.
Maxime Nicole, ing.
Mechanical Engineer, Consultant
Maxime operates his own consulting firm providing engineering simulation services, along with teaching at the Université de Sherbrooke courses in FEA simulation and 3D CAD modelling. Cumulating over 23 years of experience in mechanical engineering design and simulation, Maxime accomplished over the years numerous mandates in various fields such as rail transport, civil aviation, industrial equipment, medical equipment, heat and acoustics. His experience, attention to detail and quality orientated work make him strong asset in achieving the project's timeline and goals in a fast paced and evolving environment, showing passion in really getting to the bottom of the project's needs.
Dr. Majid OstadRahimi, P. Eng.
Electrical Engineer, SimuTech Group Inc. – Canada
Majid received his PhD degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Manitoba in 2011. His Ph.D. studies and Post-Doctoral Fellowship research contributed to the broad area of applied electromagnetics, RF systems, and advanced simulations. In addition to academic work, he has been a part-time technical consultant/electrical engineer with SimuTech Group since 2015.
Senior Engineering Analyst - SimuTech Group - Canada
Working at SimuTech Group’s Toronto, Ontario office. Talal’s current duties include structural FEA consulting projects, technical support and training done on the ANSYS Structural and Composites products. He has a strong engineering background with a degree in Automotive Engineering and Automotive Manufacturing Systems. This was followed by a diverse practical experience for multiple years in the manufacturing field as well as the CAD/CAE domain. In his personal time, Talal pursues a hobby of customizing cars for high end performance.
Szymon Buhajczuk P.Eng., MASc
Engineering Manager - SimuTech Group Inc. - Canada
Szymon is an Engineering Manager at SimuTech Group’s Toronto, Ontario office. He graduated from Ryerson University’s Master of Applied Science program, specializing in Aerospace Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). His current duties include managing one of the Toronto engineering teams as well as performing analysis in the fields of CFD and Fluid Structure Interaction. This includes consulting services projects and technical support done on the ANSYS CFX, FLUENT, AIM and IcePak line of products. In his personal time Szymon pursues a hobbies in animation, visual effects, and development of Virtual Reality experiences.
Regional Manager, SimuTech Group
ANSYS Technology Provider in Canada
Mohsen has consulted to various industries for the implementation of advanced technologies through partnership strategies. He is an expert in computer aided engineering, finite element analysis and simulation. Mohsen has extensive design and manufacturing experience.
Join us in addressing challenges and solutions in nature between academia and industry leaders to better understand current and upcoming emerging technologies available for practical use.
Electromagnetic Low Frequency – Maxwell
Electromagnetic High Frequency – HFSS
System Simulation - Simplorer
PowerArtist & RedHawk
Building Better Products
Simulation Day @ Ryerson University
Thursday, November 22, 2018
10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Inviting all Engineers, Students, Project Managers and Entrepreneurs in identifying how engineering simulation is expanding across the entire product life-cycle
Modeling of Wheel and Tire assembly
Detection of road traction VS tire inflation pressure
Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis of onboard
(“Collision Avoidance & Santa Early Detection”)
Magnetic Flux Density using ANSYS Maxwell
9:30 AM Registration and Refreshments
10:00 AM Ryerson University, SimuTech Group, ANSYS - Opening Remarks
10:30 AM Introduction to ANSYS V19 Structural Capabilities
Multi-physics, Composites and Parametrization in ANSYS
Summary of FEA workflow
Demonstration of various FEA functionalities (live demo of creating
an automotive wheel & tire Assembly)
11:15 AM Introduction to ANSYS CFD Enterprise & What Products are Included
- Demonstration of CFX workflow
- Demonstration of Fluent workflow
- Advanced Functionality
- Recent Updates (V18/19)
12:00 PM Lunch & Learn
Complementary lunch and Demonstration of Practical Workshops
1:00 PM Introduction to Antenna Design, RF Simulations, and HFSS Advanced Capabilities
- Internet of Thing
- Antenna Placement
- Biomedical applications
- Autonomous Vehicles
- Review of Maxwell functionalities
- Electrical Machines and Powertrain
- Design and Simulation of Electric Motors
2:30 PM Simulation Case Studies – Industrial Applications
Managing Risk, Cost and Time in Innovation -
Engineering Simulation, A tool to reduce your risk
3:30 PM Closing Remarks
Organizers: Abdul Khan
416-249-1471 x 246
Dr. Haitham Aboshosha, PhD, P.Eng.
School of Engineering | Ryerson University
416-979-5000 x 2396