Better Design in Less Time
As products become more complex, market cycles shorten and competition increases, companies must find ways to reduce the time it takes to get their products to market. Simulation process compression is key to achieving time-to-market goals.
Simulation in the News AA V9 I3
A roundup of media articles on engineering simulation.
Time is Money
The old adage couldn’t be more appropriate for product development. Releasing a product at the right time is key to market share and success. To achieve time-to-market objectives, industry leaders are using simulation technology to compress every aspect of the development process while improving quality and creating opportunities for innovation.
ANSYS multiphysics software enables engineers to design new airships 40 percent faster than for the previous generation.
Simulation-driven development increases pump efficiency and reduces product development time at one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers.
Ring of Fire
Whirlpool Brazil reduces time to develop a new cooktop by 35 percent with direct modeling and fluid simulation.
ANSYS Electronics Desktop saves hundreds of thousands of dollars and months of time in the design of a high-speed printed circuit board.
By employing simulation, a consulting firm optimizes the design of an innovative tidal current power generator to produce four times as much power as for earlier designs.
Power from the Sea
DCNS uses ANSYS simulation and services to optimize design of marine renewable energy technology.
The Fall and Rise of Adam
Conservators at The Metropolitan Museum of Art call on simulation experts to help reassemble a 600-year-old sculpture.
Sealing in Progress
Daikin’s expertise in polymers helps to improve battery gasket designs for safer, longer-lasting automotive Li-ion batteries.
A world leader in small hydropower systems and engine cooling pumps, Gilkes built a long history of success based on proven products. In 2013, executives recognized that, to maintain leadership, product innovation was needed. By building in-house expertise in engineering simulation, the company is re-inventing its product line, both quickly and cost-effectively. This successful 162-year-old business has a few lessons for other companies targeting major innovation.
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