Ansys EnSight animation of the internal flow and combustion of an internal combustion engine. EnSight’s keyframe animation was used to introduce the parts of the model and uses particle traces to show the complex transient fluid flow. EnSight’s data fusion capability shines by displaying a plot side by side with the 3-D model. This was all done in EnSight, not in a separate video editing application.
Watch this video to learn how the free Ansys EnVision viewer easily displays your Ansys EnSight results to clients, collaborators, marketing and management. The fully interactive user interface and enhanced graphics features enable you to show your simulation data in a form that is most relevant and understandable for each group.
Analyze, visualize and communicate your simulation data with EnSight. Engineers use this powerful general purpose post-processing tool to gain new design insights and then clearly, effectively sell their recommendations. Flexible EnSight can read and visualize data from most simulation tools - Ansys and non-Ansys.
The performance of an asphalt plant depends upon the interaction of many different processes. Astec has made substantial improvements in its ability to accurately simulate these different processes, generating large quantities of disparate data whose impact on the design issues at hand is often difficult to understand. Astec brings meaning to this data by combining results from different simulation tools and different design alternatives. Animations, graphs and explanatory text are merged into a single composite image using Ansys EnSight. This gives the decision-maker everything he or she needs to know to improve product performance.
Recent technological advances make it faster and easier for product developers to predict accurate combustor performance. Ansys simulation tools eliminate the long-established trade-off of accuracy vs. speed, using the right methods and the right chemistry for your specific application.
Understanding and predicting the effects of chemistry in a system are key to developing competitive products in transportation, energy, and materials processing applications. As designers of gas turbines, boilers, and piston engines strive to meet low-emissions regulations with ever-widening fuel flexibility requirements, they must also maintain, or even improve, their system's performance. Similarly, designing high-throughput materials and chemical processes with high yield and quality must be done with minimal byproduct or waste. Relying on testing alone for accurate performance validation is prohibitive, given today's complex designs and shortened design cycles. Effective simulation of the underlying detailed chemistry is often critical for the cost-effective design of systems with reduced pollutant emissions or undesired byproducts.
Since no single turbulence model is suitable for all flow applications, users must choose from a finite set of fixed models, hoping one fits their simulation. This white paper introduces GEKO (generalized k-ω), a revolutionary concept in turbulence modeling that gives you the flexibility to tailor turbulence models to your applications. Developed by turbulence expert Dr. Florian Menter, GEKO provides several free, tunable parameters, which can be adjusted over a wide range to match the simulation to specific physical effects, while maintaining the underlying calibration for flat plates and mixing layers.