ANSYS Advantage - Volume VII, Issue 1, 2013

ANSYS Advantage IX I2 2015 - SIMULATION FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Simulation for the Aerospace

The aerospace and defense (A&D) industry is incredibly diverse, and its engineering teams face a wide range of challenges. This issue of ANSYS Advantage spotlights how engineering simulation is helping the aerospace industry address some of these challenges including improving fuel efficiency, environmental compliance, sustainment and much more. In addition, articles include an interview with an executive at FMC Technologies who discusses the use of multiphyics and systems simulation in the offshore and oil and gas industries. Other organizations are applying simulation to solar power generation, developing a machine to product precision-tailored magnets and improving the performance of wet scrubbers.

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  • EDITORIAL

    Taking Flight

    Aerospace and defense leaders rely on engineering simulation to get their innovative ideas off the ground.

  • NEWS

    Simulation in the News
    Simulation in the News

    A roundup of media articles on engineering simulation.

  • BEST PRACTICES

    All Systems Go
    All Systems Go

    Fuel efficiency, environmental compliance, safety, affordability, sustainment and innovation are priorities of aerospace and defense companies. Simulation is helping industry leaders to meet these and other strategic goals.

  • BRAKING SYSTEMS

    Safe Landing
    Safe Landing

    ANSYS SCADE solutions help Crane Aerospace & Electronics to design braking systems that are certified for safety.

  • AIRPORT EQUIPMENT

    On Board with Simulation
    On Board with Simulation

    ThyssenKrupp uses virtual analysis to increase load limits while maintaining safety and costs for aircraft passenger boarding bridges.

  • ANALYSIS TOOLS

    Ready for Liftoff
    Ready for Liftoff

    Recent technology developments from ANSYS help aerospace engineers address pressing engineering challenges.

  • AIRCRAFT ICING

    Ice Shape
    Ice Shape

    Fluid flow simulation that predicts ice formation on aircraft can help maintain safety, reduce test costs and decrease weight.

  • ROCKET ENGINES

    Testing the Next Generation of Rockets
    Testing the Next Generation of Rockets

    Structural analysis provides additional thrust for analyzing rocket engine test equipment.

  • WING DESIGN

    Shaping Up
    Shaping Up

    Mesh morphing reduces the time required to optimize an aircraft wing.

  • ANALYSIS TOOLS

    Flight Simulator
    Flight Simulator

    Aeroelastic Prediction Workshop assesses computational methods for predicting unsteady flow fields.

  • THOUGHT LEADER

    A Systematic Approach
    A Systematic Approach

    Oil and gas leader FMC Technologies is making a science out of systems-level simulation.

  • INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT

    Magnetic Attraction
    Magnetic Attraction

    Simulation aids a revolutionary magnetizing machine to produce magnets with precision-tailored magnetic fields, forces and behaviors.

  • ENERGY

    Hot Stuff
    Hot Stuff

    NEM reduces cost and improves efficiency for concentrated solar power generation.

  • ACADEMIC

    Gathering Dust
    Gathering Dust

    A new simulation approach helps to improve particle removal efficiency of wet scrubbers.

  • TECH TIP

    Designing Solid Composites
    Designing Solid Composites

    Employing ANSYS Workbench workflow streamlines the simulation of solid composites.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE

    FMC Technologies
    Additional Examples from FMC Technologies

    FMC Technologies uses engineering simulation for a wide variety of applications -- more than we were able to publish in the print issue of ANSYS Advantage. Here are some additional examples.




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