ANSYS Advantage — Best of Turbomachinery

ANSYS Advantage - Best of Turbomachinery

Best of Turbomachinery

Turbomachinery applications play a significant role in most industries: power generation, oil and gas, aeronautics, HVAC, chemical processing, healthcare and automotive. Rotating equipment companies increasingly leverage engineering simulation to build in efficiency as they reduce emissions, fuel burn and time to market. This special issue of ANSYS Advantage includes many examples of leading companies that leverage engineering simulation to develop high-performing and reliable rotating machinery.

  • As Equipment Rotates, So Goes the World
    As Equipment Rotates, So Goes the World

    Turbomachinery design has become a series of trade-offs that include efficiency, durability, cost, fuel burn and time to market.

  • Pushing the Envelope
    Pushing the Envelope

    CFD simulation contributes to increasing the operating envelope of a centrifugal compressor stage.

  • Blown Away
    Blown Away

    The ANSYS integrated turbomachinery design platform enabled a rotating machinery company to design a centrifugal compressor with a potential for 2 to 5 percent energy savings during wastewater treatment operations. In addition, the company was able to reduce costs and design time in developing a next-generation product.

  • 1,2,3 Turbocharged Efficiency
    1,2,3 Turbocharged Efficiency

    Specialized advanced simulation tools optimize turbochargers for increased power and fuel efficiency.

  • Force of Nature
    Force of Nature

    Head of R&D Engineering Methods Mirjam Sick discusses how engineering simulation has supported ANDRITZ HYDRO's groundbreaking design efforts for the past 25 years — and looks toward the future of simulation in her industry.

  • Shaking All Over
    Shaking All Over

    Multiphysics simulation solves a vibration issue in a Francis turbine.

  • Pumped

    Simulation-driven development increases pump efficiency and reduces product development time at one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers.

  • Weaving In and Out
    Weaving In and Out

    Turbines need to run at very high temperatures to reduce fuel burn, but they require internal cooling to maintain structural integrity and meet service-life requirements.

  • Powered by Innovation
    Powered by Innovation

    Known for game-changing product innovations, Pratt & Whitney has relied on engineering simulation to fuel its design process for over 35 years. Al Brockett, former vice president of engineering module centers, discusses the role of robust design in delivering revolutionary new products with a high degree of confidence.

  • Breaking the Code
    Breaking the Code

    Turbomeca reduces development time by using ANSYS SCADE Suite for helicopter engine control software development.

  • Passing the Test
    Passing the Test

    By modeling Lufthansa Technik’s highly complex test cell, engineers can apply those results to the jet engine itself and obtain test results that are very close to what the engine will experience in its operating environment.

  • Rising Tide
    Rising Tide

    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

  • Generating Innovation
    Generating Innovation

    By building in-house expertise in engineering simulation, Gilkes is re-inventing its product line, both quickly and cost-effectively.

  • Fast, Accurate Simulation for Fuel Combustion Simulations
    Fast, Accurate Simulation for Fuel Combustion Simulations

    The ANSYS simulation offering contains industry-leading chemistry solvers to advance clean engine and fuel technologies.

  • Heart to Heart
    Heart to Heart

    Multiphysics systems simulation leads to better understanding of a smaller artificial heart design.

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