Shifting Up to a Better Automotive Paradigm
The fast lane is getting faster and more complex. Automakers that fall short of innovating within a shorter design cycle will lose the product race.
Simulation in the News
A roundup of media articles on engineering simulation.
A Changing Simulation Paradigm for a Changing Auto Industry
The automotive industry must fully embrace complete virtual prototyping with multidisciplinary simulation and multiphysics — and use it thoughtfully and systematically throughout the product development cycle — to see the real promise of technical innovation. Can vehicle companies shift the paradigm from simulation-in-silos to deploying a common, scalable enterprise-level simulation platform that enables thorough systems engineering?
On Top of the World
DENSO Corporation standardizes on ANSYS structural software to expedite global product development.
Test Drive for EMI
Automotive electromagnetic interference and compatibility can be determined more efficiently using new technology within ANSYS HFSS.
Automating Battery Pack Design
Systems-level simulation energizes the virtual prototyping process for electric vehicle batteries.
In the Loop
Vehicle automation and advanced driving assistance systems are being streamlined using ANSYS SCADE capabilities.
More Music, Less Noise
As automotive infotainment units become more complex, designers turn to simulation at the chip level to ensure reliable, noise-free performance.
To meet China’s tough new emissions requirements Tenneco used ANSYS Fluent to optimize the design of a new selective catalytic reduction system.
Opening the Window to Simulation
Simulation helps to predict and reduce side window buffeting.
It’s a Snap
Valeo uses static nonlinear best practices to simulate snap-fits using ANSYS software.
Automotive Design: Advanced Nonlinear Simulation
A wide range of nonlinear structural simulation capabilities from ANSYS enable automotive companies to reach the market quickly with reliable products.
Beating the Heat
Simulation helps an electronic product operate safely at a higher ambient temperature.
Electric Power through the Air
Murata Manufacturing developed a more-efficient method for wireless power transfer using simulation.
Fueling Research Reactors
Simulations help to design a new low-enriched nuclear fuel for materials testing, isotope production and neutron radiography for research that reduces proliferation threat.
Accelerating Mechanical Solutions Using the Latest Intel Technologies
Advances in ANSYS 16.0 and Xeon technology address the high-performance computing needs of Windows users.
Radar Road Trip
Modeling better radar antennas and positioning them perfectly could speed the way to driverless vehicles.