Ansys Sherlock Automated Design Analysis software revolutionized electronics design and reliability by empowering designers to simulate real-world conditions and accurately model printed circuit boards (PCBs) and assemblies to predict product failure early in the design process.
Motor-CAD is the world-leading dedicated electric motor design software for multiphysics simulation of electrical machines across the full torque-speed range.
Smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH) is a Lagrangian particle method for modeling impacts, explosions or fluid–structure interaction (FSI) problems. The method was developed to avoid the limitations of mesh entangling encountered with the finite element method in extreme deformation problems, and to model complex free surface and material interface behaviors, including solid fragmentation. The SPH method in Ansys LS-DYNA® is coupled with the finite and discrete element methods, extending its range of applications to a variety of complex problems involving multiphysics.
For more than three decades, LS-DYNA® usage in the simulation of sheet metal stamping has been steadily increasing due to its reputation for prediction accuracy. State-of-the-art constitutive models were added to simulate high strength steel and aluminum alloys now commonly used in the automotive industry. In addition, the improved robustness, speed, and accuracy of the implicit solver have made gravity loading, binder wrap, and spring back calculations routine.
This data sheet describes the cutting-edge features of the revolutionary ANSYS VRXPERIENCE, which enables you to test and validate vehicle headlamp performance with a real-time, physics-based, state-of-the-art headlamp simulation in an unprecedented virtual driving environment. ANSYS VRXPERIENCE is dedicated to the development of dynamic and intelligent lighting systems, incorporating advanced measurement features, highly intuitive UI and much more.
Structural integrity is one of the most critical considerations in product design. Market pressures dictate that products are stronger, longer-lasting and packed with customer-requested features. At the same time, the bottom line must drive time, costs and risk out of the product development cycle while creating ongoing innovations. By leveraging ANSYS software, engineering teams can simulate all structural aspects of a product — conducting linear static analyses that reveal stresses or deformations, modal analyses that determine vibration characteristics, and advanced transient nonlinear studies that focus on dynamic effects and complex behaviors.