Ansys entered into a partnership with the F1 in Schools organization to provide computational fluid dynamics simulation solutions for participating student teams representing 58 countries. F1 in Schools creates a positive global impact on F1 and STEM by engaging students of all abilities in engineering competitions, while introducing future workforce skills and inspiring career opportunities, the companies report.
Ansys joins F1 in Schools global CAD partner Autodesk to extend an existing strategic partnership that connects students with real-world engineering tools throughout the competition.
F1 in Schools competitions feature teams of school-age students who design, build and race miniature F1 cars using engineering software and manufacturing technology. To be successful, teams need simulation tools to design, test and optimize their race cars. The introduction of Ansys CFD solutions will give student teams exposure to a valuable skillset while unlocking engineering insights that can lead to enhanced race car designs.
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