ANSYS teamed with INTEL to benchmark a new ANSYS Maxwell technology that delivers dramatic speed improvement for transient electromagnetic field simulations. Simulations that previously required weeks of computation time are now completed in a matter of hours. The key software technology is a new algorithm within Maxwell that allows engineers to solve time steps simultaneously as opposed to sequentially.
When validating and verifying embedded software, test engineers face a number of difficult challenges. Test creation and maintenance, together with execution and coverage analysis, are time-intensive activities, often involving a great deal of manual work. In addition, software testing efforts performed late in the development stage generate expensive design rework. In some cases, software requirements are inadequate (or even incomplete) to meet user needs.
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.
Electrical motors and drives are present everywhere today. As their number increases, the produced noise becomes an important issue for maintaining healthy and comfortable working and living conditions. Manufacturers can assure themselves market-leading positions if they can guarantee low noise emission levels in their product datasheets. Therefore, the prediction of noise using numerical methods is an essential part of the early design stages. Read this white paper to learn more.