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July 29, 2020

Ansys Advantage Issue 3, 2019

This issue of Ansys Advantage describes how organizations around the world are using explicit dynamics, automated design analysis, additive manufacturing and materials data to develop cutting-edge products more efficiently.
June 15, 2020

Multiphysics in Action – Article – Ansys Advantage – V2 I1

Powerful coupled-physics simulation tools solve demanding applications in a wide range of industries.
June 15, 2020

Managing Heat with Multiphysics – Article – Ansys Advantage – V3 I2

Multiphysics simulation helps a global company design better electrical products.
June 10, 2020

Reducing Material Costs – Article – Ansys Advantage – V6 I3

R&D reduced material costs for a water container by 10 percent while maintaining product integrity.
June 10, 2020

Turning a New Leaf – Article – Ansys Advantage – V10 I3

By designing a tree-like wind power generator with steel branches and plastic leaves, New Wind has created an aesthetically pleasing alternative energy source for urban environments, bringing energy generation closer to people.
May 13, 2020

Tower of Strength – Article – Ansys Advantage – V11 I1

Brazil’s vast interior areas are so sparsely settled that conventional fiber optic cabling is often not economical. Wireless internet service providers (WISPs) are racing to erect towers to provide internet access to rural residents. Jet Towers used Ansys AIM simulation software to design a line of truss tower modules that makes it possible for the company to build and install wireless towers in only one week, one-fifth the time required by conventional methods.
May 13, 2020

Decreasing Drill Damage – Article – Ansys Advantage – V11 I1

Machining expensive corrosion-resistant materials is tough on the cutting equipment. Researchers at the Technical University of Dortmund used fluid flow and structural analysis tools from Ansys to analyze process coolant flow distribution and achieve longer tool life.
May 13, 2020

Electrifying Vehicle – Article – Ansys Advantage – V11 I2

Lucid’s new luxury-class electric vehicle (EV) is designed to compete with the leaders in the high-end EV market. Lucid engineers extensively leveraged Ansys multiphysics simulation software to improve the operation of most of the vehicle’s subsystems by accounting for a wide range of performance factors to create a digital prototype. The use of a consolidated engineering simulation platform was critical to facilitate cooperation across the many different engineering disciplines on the design team, resulting in a wide range of performance improvements — both for the car and the engineering team.
May 8, 2020

Blown Away – Ansys Advantage – Article – V10 I1

The Ansys integrated turbomachinery design platform enabled a rotating machinery company to design a centrifugal compressor with a potential for 2 to 5 percent energy savings during wastewater treatment operations. In addition, the company was able to reduce costs and design time in developing a next-generation product.