Make and analyze changes to your simulation to instantly predict results with a reduced-order model (ROM). A ROM is a simplified version of a model that preserves the essential behavior and dominant effects to reduce solution time and storage capacity required. Attend this webinar to learn how to:
Get insight on design changes you may have never considered with an automated shape optimization tool. Achieve optimal product performance using the Fluent adjoint solver’s automated workflow. Attend this webinar to learn how to:
Read this case study to learn how Whirlpool engineers used ANSYS Polyflow to simulate the thermoforming process used to create refrigerator liner. Liner thickness distribution variation is an important quality parameter which has been traditionally controlled by trial and error. This novel thermoforming simulation is now used to predict liner thickness and distribution quickly and efficiently, saving time and money.
Altaeros has developed a tethered aerial platform called the “SuperTower” as their first commercial product. The SUperTower delivers high-speed mobile broadband to hard-to-reach rural communities. Read this case study to learn how Altaeros used ANSYS Fluent to perform computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations, leveraging cloud computing resources through ANSYS’ partner Nimbix, to model dozens of different operating conditions.
The ANSYS Mentoring Service helped us to accelerate simulation-based noise estimation for our new cooling fan design to be used on TerraMAX® premium and high efficiency motor platform for our Marathon brand motors
By devising a new computational method that tracks the flow of therapeutic drug particles in an aerosol from the lips to the lungs, researchers can deposit a drug on a targeted lung tumor with 90 percent efficiency. This is a major improvement over the 20 percent efficiency of conventional aerosol treatment methods.One key to the success of this new computational method is the development of a human digital twin that can be made patient specific using the real geometry of the patient’s lungs.
The interior of a vehicle can be distractingly loud due to wind turbulence, especially at highway speeds. At Corning, engineers combined aerodynamic and vibro-acoustic analysis in
ANSYS Workbench to determine how glazing can help control interior noise.
Achates Power has developed a radically improved two-stroke opposed-piston internal combustion engine that increases fuel efficiency and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. ANSYS simulation tools help the company to shorten design iteration time, minimize hardware prototypes and reduce the development time of new engines by approximately one year.