This video highlights the intuitive and automated features of ANSYS Mechanical structural simulation.
5G network infrastructure will rely on high-frequency mmWave spectrum, massive multiple- input-multiple-output (MIMO), small cells and beamforming and beam tracking capabilities. These will increasingly complicate the design of 5G systems that must now absorb huge amounts of antenna data, support a variety of 5G air interfaces — massive machine type communication (MTC), enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) and ultra-reliable and low latency communication (URLLC) — and offer significantly higher processing capabilities within a power- and thermal-constrained environment.
In this presentation, Dr. Norman Chang, chief technologist for Ansys/semiconductors, addresses reliability challenges, including electromigration (EM), thermal-aware EM, thermal-induced mechanical stress, electrostatic discharge (ESD) and device aging: All are key for 5G electronics systems design to enable mission-critical applications of the future, e.g., self-driving cars.
The industry-standard tool for materials selection and graphical analysis of materials properties. It includes a comprehensive library of materials data on your PC plus unique tools to help you apply it.
Introducing a whole new way to enjoy CFD simulations. Built on top of the proven ANSYS Fluent solver, this new experience offers innovations from end to end so users can get more accuracy, in less time, with confidence.
This demo video shows how Ansys solutions for autonomous vehicles (AVs) can work together to provide a complete solution for designing and simulating AVs, including lidar and sensors, functional safety, and safety-critical embedded code — all simulated through virtual reality to reduce physical road testing requirements.