FluidDA is active in the life sciences by developing tests to expedite drug development. The company uses simulation to help pharmaceutical companies determine the effectiveness of drugs early in the development process. Learn more in Taming the Cost of Respiratory Drug Development.
This worldwide leader in equipment for the hydropower industry validates, standardizes and extends simulation as technical challenges increase. Each turbine has been optimized using fluid dynamics and checked with structural mechanics software from Ansys, a cost efficient process.
In 2010 and 2011, Formula One team Red Bull Racing won both the Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships and finished ahead of other teams with far more experience. Software from Ansys provides accurate results quickly for team engineers and reduces cost by decreasing the need for prototypes in the demanding world of F1 racing.
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.
Rolls-Royce is a global engineering leader, providing highly efficient integrated power and propulsion solutions for a broad range of industry sectors and customers around the world including aerospace and other power systems. They have partnered with the UK-based Ansys Granta team to implement the GRANTA MI™ software, providing the system to thousands of engineers around the world to create a gold source for Rolls-Royce material intelligence — in turn experiencing real benefits, equated to several millions of dollars a year in time saved, optimization and reduced waste.