SCADE on-board the UAS P.1HH HammerHead – The Use of SCADE to develop the P.1HH Vehicle Control & Management System (Integrated Modular Avionics System) greatly reduced development time and effort. A small engineering team modeled, verified, compiled and integrated 125,000 lines of code to control an unmanned aerial system in 18 months.
Moving from CAD-centric design to the world of high-fidelity simulation was made easy for designers at a leading automotive and marine supplier by using ANSYS AIM. Access to multiphysics tools has reduced costs, improved productivity and provided insights that were previously unavailable.
Jet Towers has used ANSYS AIM to gain a 5x delivery time advantage over their competitors. Hear from their engineering director how it has helped reduce wind drag, remove unnecessary material, and help them better understand their product’s performance.
Volkswagen Motorsport’s ID.R race car, powered by ANSYS cutting-edge simulation solutions, cemented its place in racing history by shattering the lap time record for electric vehicles at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. Finishing in 6.05.336 minutes, Volkswagen driver Romain Dumas pushed the ID.R’s battery — supported by ANSYS simulations — to its limits on the demanding German race track, showcasing its industry-leading electrical efficiency.
By combining 3-D physics, systems engineering, embedded software control and systems-level analysis, ANSYS software can simulate a full generator set. Complete virtual prototypes are used to evaluate, optimize and validate complete system performance. This will accelerate the design process, drive collaboration, predict design challenge early in the process and maximize domain-centric expertise.
This motor and generator manufacturer requires tools to help them solve problems involving a variety of physics. ANSYS tools allow Kato Engineering to solve complex physics with a high level of detail. Learn how the company solves rotating machinery vibrations problems in What’s Shakin’?.