Learn how to improve reliability, durability, and safety for turbomachinery applications with high-fidelity aeromechanical simulations that account for blade flutter and forced response. The webinar also introduces a faster, streamlined workflow with advanced simulation capabilities, including:
Ansys Polyflow's unique mesh superposition technique (MST) capability makes detailed 3-D modeling of both single screw and twin screw extruders a reality. In this 20-minute webinar session, learn how you can make meaningful engineering decisions using a practical modeling approach. Understand the underlying assumptions and see sample outputs, including pressure distribution, temperature and shear rate.
Engineers designing turbochargers face complex tradeoffs as they optimize their designs for cost, size and high transient response. One tradeoff involves sizing: a smaller diameter turbo is much better at reducing inertia, but does not generate as much pressure efficiently. Another involves efficiency versus manufacturability. The challenge is to balance these opposing design elements while delivering a wide range of speeds and flow rates, along with high efficiency across the turbocharger's operating range. View this webinar, and in 20 minutes you will learn how Ansys' multiphysics and optimization simulation tools — like Ansys TurboSystem including CFX — can help you perfect your turbocharger designs early in the product cycle.
Learn about the easy-to-use, timesaving design tools for adjoint-based shape optimization in Ansys Fluent. In the webinar, we introduce a workflow with increased convergence speeds and automation for optimizing the following applications:
Fluids simulation users will find that Ansys 2019 R3 includes many enhancements that further simplify the user experience and broaden use to new applications. The new Fluent experience has been improved so you can enjoy more CFD in less time, with less training.
As part of the certification process, marine surface vessels and industrial floating structures undergo rigorous stability tests to insure the maximum safety and operability under extreme weather conditions.
In this on-demand webinar, we will demonstrate how CFD analysis can be used to gain insight into the stability performance of a representative Navy vessel using Ansys Fluent. The free surface effects on the vessel were simulated using the Volume of Fluid Method, while the vessel motion was resolved using the 6-DOF solver.
Watch this webinar to learn how to use ANSYS SpaceClaim to define parameterized geometry while constraining the compression ratio; link parameterized geometry to ANSYS Forte in ANSYS Workbench workflow; and perform diesel piston-bowl shape optimization using ANSYS DesignXplorer.
View this on-demand webinar to learn how to define your fuel model for accurate fuel combustion and emissions predictions using the Ansys Model Fuel Library. You will also discover the latest chemistry optimization capabilities available in Ansys 2019 R2.
View this on-demand webinar to learn how to use Ansys Chemkin-Pro engine models for concept-stage design, to evaluate and optimize powertrains for engine knock and understand how the Ansys model fuel library improves combustion simulations.