ANSYS Advantage - Volume VII, Issue 3, 2013

ANSYS Advantage - Volume VII, Issue 3, 2013 - SPOTLIGHT ON TURBOMACHINERY

SPOTLIGHT ON TURBOMACHINERY

Turbomachinery engineers not only need to increase efficiency — but ensure that their systems deliver other critical benefits such as reliability, safety and low maintenance. Engineers who work with rotating machinery have always been among the first to embrace improved simulation capabilities to meet advanced challenges. This issue of ANSYS Advantage features articles from some turbomachinery leaders on how they use ANSYS technology to deliver dependable, robust performance.

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  • EDITORIAL

    Energy Efficiency: A Universal Challenge

    Turbomachinery engineers design diverse systems for many industries — but they face the shared challenge of maximizing efficiency. ANSYS software supports them in developing next-generation solutions.

  • NEWS

    Simulation in the News

    A roundup of media articles on engineering simulation.

  • THOUGHT LEADER

    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.

  • CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS

    Pushing the Envelope

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

  • BEST PRACTICES

    1, 2, 3 Turbocharged Efficiency

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

  • HEALTHCARE

    Heart to Heart

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

  • AUTOMOTIVE

    On the Fast Track On the Fast Track

    Ferrari pushes the limits of simulation in improving aerodynamic performance of racing cars. 

  • AUTOMOTIVE

    Safe Automobile Controls

    Subaru uses SCADE software to develop safe and reliable electronically controlled circuits and systems for hybrid electric vehicles. 

  • ENERGY

    Designing for Real-World Repairs

    Linear and nonlinear structural analyses improve pipeline repair using composites materials.

  • CHEMICAL PROCESS

    On Cloud Nine

    HPC in the cloud reduces runtime for a complex multiphase CFD model with realistic particle loading from five days to two days.

  • TECH TIP

    Accelerating Mechanical Solutions with GPUs

    Graphical processing units can be used with ANSYS structural mechanics software to solve large, complex models faster.

  • THOUGHT LEADER

    Small Systems, Huge Impact

    imec is a global hub for advanced micro and nano-electronics research. The company’s director of heterogeneous integrated micro-systems research explains how systems-level simulation at a tiny scale can yield enormous benefits by moving dramatic innovations to market, rapidly and reliably.

  • INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT

    Cool Customer

    Design optimization demonstrates the ability to reduce engineering time and increase fatigue life of refrigerant lines on a new generation of scroll chillers.

  • BEST PRACTICES

    Gearing Up for the Future

    Increasing demands for efficiency are only the beginning; turbomachinery engineers are working diligently to improve every aspect of system performance.

  • AUTOMOTIVE

    Window of Opportunity

    Robust design optimization ensures high-quality window mechanisms over a wide range of applications.

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