White Paper

June 30, 2020

Photometric Qualification of Ansys VRXPERIENCE for Virtual Night Drive Testing

A study shows that Ansys VRXPERIENCE delivers the same photometric results as CIE-certified Ansys SPEOS — providing a comprehensive toolkit for both static and dynamic simulation.
June 30, 2020

Making the Cockpit of the Future a Reality via Optimized Human-Machine Interfaces

By leveraging simulation like Ansys SCADE and Ansys VRXPERIENCE to engineer new marvels like the cockpit of the future, aerospace engineering teams can enjoy the best of both worlds: extreme innovation, combined with extreme accuracy, speed and product confidence. VRXPERIENCE provides a comprehensive evaluation of all the human-machine interfaces in the next-generation cockpit while SCADE generates the software that makes it a reality.
June 25, 2020

How Simulation-Based Digital Twins and the Industrial Internet of Things Can Improve Product and Process Performance – White Paper

Simulation has long been used to improve the design of nearly every physical product or process by providing the opportunity to evaluate a wide range of alternative designs prior to building physical prototypes. Simulation has also long been used to model different operating scenarios to develop control strategies that are incorporated into control algorithms to improve operations.
June 11, 2020

Ansys NVH Solutions for Electric Vehicles

Simulating the noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) of an electric motor is important for proper electromagnetic (EM) and vibro-acoustic design of electric vehicles (EVs). This paper describes Ansys’ solutions to characterize the NVH effects of an electric motor early and accurately in the design cycle to improve vehicle performance and safety.
June 11, 2020

Designing Next Generation Electric Powertrains Using CFD Simulation

Through a series of discussions on batteries, electric motors, fuel cells and external aerodynamics, each accompanied by a case study, this white paper details how Ansys computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation solutions can be used to solve challenges in the electrification of vehicles, from race cars to all-electric aircraft.
May 14, 2020

Designing Next-Generation Electric Powertrains Using CFD Simulation

Through a series of discussions on batteries, electric motors, fuel cells and external aerodynamics, each accompanied by a case study, this white paper details how Ansys computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation solutions can be used to solve challenges in the electrification of vehicles, from race cars to all-electric aircraft.
April 14, 2020

Ansys NVH Solutions for Electric Motors

Simulating the noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) of an electric motor is important for proper electromagnetic (EM) and vibro-acoustic design of electric vehicles (EVs). This paper describes Ansys’ solutions to characterize the NVH effects of an electric motor early and accurately in the design cycle to improve vehicle performance and safety. These solutions lower development costs and help support electric mobility (e-mobility) — an application resulting from electrifying transportation. Ansys' solutions enable carmakers to reduce the NVH of electric vehicles, improve customer satisfaction and gain competitive advantage in the automotive sector.
April 27, 2020

LMAT Composite Cure Simulation Toolbox – White Paper

Process-induced deformations are a major concern when manufacturing with composite materials. The traditional trial-and-error approach can work for simple geometries, but composite parts with complex shapes require more sophisticated models. The ANSYS Composite Cure Simulation Toolbox (ACCS) enables you to simulate complex composite parts, optimizing your design while saving time and expense by reducing the product design cycle.
April 11, 2020

Driving Speed and Reliability in Automotive Systems Engineering: The Need for a Model-Based Solution – White Paper

Few global industries are as focused on safety as automotive. As vehicles become smarter and more autonomous, engineers are challenged to maintain the integrity and security of hundreds of connected systems and components. The software that controls these electronics is absolutely mission-critical. A flaw in the control code can lead to relatively minor issues such as erroneous tire pressure readings or the loss of a GPS signal — but it can also result in high-risk events, such as braking failures or uncontrolled acceleration. As a manufacturer in the automotive industry, you cannot afford to be wrong.