Ansys BladeModeler software is a specialized, easy-to-use tool for the rapid 3D design of rotating machinery components. Ansys BladeModeler is used to design axial, mixed-flow, and radial blade components in applications such as pumps, compressors, fans, blowers, turbines, expanders, turbochargers, inducers and more.
The Ansys CFD Viewer displays 3D graphics objects in an interactive window. This viewer is provided free of charge, is not license key controlled, and is freely distributable under the terms of the license agreement included in the installation.
Take control of turbulence in your simulations with the GEKO (generalized k-omega) two-equation turbulence model in ANSYS Fluent. GEKO provides users with the flexibility to tailor turbulence models to their applications using several free and tunable parameters. These can be adjusted over a wide range to match the simulation to specific physical effects while preserving the underlying calibration. This technical paper provides a detailed description of GEKO and includes best practices for use and optimization.
This presentation shows the benchmark results of Ansys Fluent 2019 R2 on the HP Z8 G4 workstation. In addition, comparisons are being made between CPU and MPI versions, as well as old versus new workstations.
To leverage pervasive engineering simulation, every engineer must have access to simulation throughout design, testing and operation processes. To do this effectively means eliminating bottlenecks. Recent advances in computational fluid dynamics have reduced these bottlenecks for engineers, whether they are recent graduates or world-class simulations experts. This issue of Ansys Advantage describes these advances and reveals how organizations around the world benefit from this technology.
An intuitive workflow can make software tools more accessible, leading to increased productivity and profits. A clear simulation pathway from ideation to design to testing enables exploration of more designs in less time so that every company can get products to market sooner at less cost
As a global leader in bathroom products, Roca faces a significant engineering challenge: it must make incremental design changes to a mature product line to meet evolving consumer needs and new regulatory requirements. The company relies on simulation to accelerate these ongoing engineering activities -- without investing in time- and cost-intensive physical testing.
In this webinar, you will learn how to maximize product performance and efficiency — from design optimization to reduced-order model (ROM) generation — using the improved Ansys workflow for turbomachinery design and analysis. Enhancements include: