ESSS and ANSYS promote the Energy Simulation Conference (ESC 2016) aiming to broadcast solutions based on the use of CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering) technologies for problems related to Power industries. The event is a showcase for some of the most recent advances in the area of Engineering simulation, and has the mission to present how CAE simulation tools are used for the development, the improvement, and the cost reduction of projects and processes.

The event will present the methodologies and innovations that companies and universities have been developing in the Oil and Gas sector, with the aid of simulation. Aligned to this goal, the traditional CFD OIL 2016 will be part of one of the event’s sessions, exposing, as it has been doing for over 10 years, the main papers about Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), seeking solutions for current problems, and the promotion of innovation in processes and projects in the Oil and Gas area.

As well as CFD’s exclusive session, ESC 2016 counts with the presentation of papers involving distinct analysis types, such as structural, electromagnetic, multiphysics, and particle simulation. Both events will offer simulation software users an environment for knowledge exchange, and debates about the usage of simulation technologies in the Oil and Gas industries.


  • Promoting knowledge Exchange between academy and industry to find innovative and scientific solutions for the Oil and Gas sector.
  • Understanding how simulation tools allow its users to implement innovations in the development, the improvement, and the cost reduction processes and projects.
  • Have a follow-up on how innovative companies use computer simulation technologies to improve processes and products.

  • Simulation Technologies

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Structural Mechanics
  • Electromagnetism
  • Multiphysics Simulation
  • Multidisciplinary Optimization
  • Simulation of Particles

  • Format of the event


    The courses on Engineering simulation offer the participants the ideal formation for the use of the available technological resources, and show the immediate application of these tools in the professional exercise.

    Plenary sessions

    Executives of market-leader companies, and renowned experts in Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) present how the simulation tools in Engineering are used for boosting the innovation of organizations.

    Technical Sessions

    Users show how they use the simulation tools in Engineering for promoting innovation and sustainable development in the Oil and Gas sector, and what are the advantages achieved with the use of these technologies within the industry.