Simulation has been established as a proven, effective means of streamlining the product development process. It allows companies to analyze product behavior earlier to evaluate more design iterations in the concept/design stage to optimize products, components and systems. However, simulation is often still siloed away in the domain of expert analysts, preventing companies from fully capitalizing on its benefits. As the product design and development landscape evolves to meet demands for more customized and complex products faster, simulation throughout the process is critical.
Commercial companies, research institutes and academic organizations are actively pursuing goals related to reducing power consumption, decreasing emissions and creating new methods to utilize existing energy resources. At the same time, engineering students around the world are honing their skills and developing new vehicles, often as part of team competitions, that use the latest technology to transform our method of travel. These students create solutions to real-world problems, and will become the next generation of workplace leaders to engineer energy innovation
ANSYS HFSS provides the capability to utilize ready-made 3D Component models that represent discrete parts or components of a simulation such as an antenna, an RF connector or a surface mount device like a chip capacitor.
ANSYS ACT (ANSYS Customization Tools) est la solution de customisation pour les produits ANSYS. La version 17.0 permet maintenant de personnaliser une chaîne de calcul en CFD non seulement au niveau de la page projet dans ANSYS Workbench, mais aussi directement dans le solveur ou les outils de pre ou post-traitement.
One of the biggest challenges in designing reciprocating compressors is understanding the complex operation of reed valves that open and close as they deform under loads generated by fluid flowing through the compressor. Tecumseh engineers used ANSYS multiphysics capabilities to design a new compressor that consumes less power and produces less noise in under half the time required to design the previous product.
The design of many products is complicated by conflicting design objectives. For example, minimizing pressure drop for heat recovery steam generator inlets also requires maintaining uniform flow velocity at the entry to the boiler. KeelWit engineers developed an optimization algorithm that was applied by leveraging ANSYS ACT to manage trade-offs and reduce pressure drop by up to 25 percent across two families of boilers. This substantially improved performance.
RBF Morph performs fast mesh morphing to deal with challenging CFD and CSM applications. It saves time needed to modify or rebuild geometry by allowing users to perform shape modifications directly in the solving stage. RBF Morph has an Ansys Fluent add-on, Ansys ACT extension and now supports Ansys Twin Builder. In combination with optimization tools such as Ansys optiSLang and Ansys Design Explorer, it enables users to achieve optimal designs in less time.
Say goodbye to complicated user-defined functions (UDF) and hello to expressions. With no deep knowledge of programming, you can easily enter an expression, either directly in the field where it will be applied or as a named expression that can be reused at multiple locations. Attend this webinar to learn how to simplify the specification of complex boundary and cell zone conditions with a wide range of powerful expressions, including: