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Defense Contractor Designs Safer Environmental Control System for Marine Corps' New Amphibious Vehicle Using CFX Software

ANSYS CFX used to design Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV), a hybrid tank/boat designed to carry 17 combat-equipped marines and a three-person crew over both land and sea at speeds of up to 30 miles an hour.

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Initiating a CAE Program for Mechanical Designers

Makita has adopted ANSYS DesignSpace as part of their CAE design process.

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Simulation Cuts Yearly Material Costs by $1.2 Million

By using ANSYS Mechanical software and Six Sigma tools, analysts are given the ability to develop complex finite element cabinet models calibrated with real data, enabling the optimization of first-round physical prototypes. This procedure reduces development time and cost while meeting market requirements.

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Simulation-Based Lifecycle Cost Management

ANSYS Mechanical is used to assist in calculating fatigue damage for each engine component and each aircraft flight.

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Redesign of Turbomachinery Rotor

Existing turbomachinery rotors had flat profile dovetails for attaching blades. These were proving to be life limiting regions. The design for these rotors had to be changed while meeting design requirements. This had to be done without increasing the cost of the final product. This was achieved using ANSYS software in a design of experiments (DOE) framework having both discrete as well as continuous parameters in the design space.

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Pilot Structural FEA Program Unveils Substantial Savings

Even if you are not really a "gear-head," you probably know that the engine under your car’s hood utilizes a balanced air/fuel mixture to generate power.

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Scripted Geometry Creation and Structured Multi-block Hexa Meshing

The Rotocraft Research Group at Carleton University runs complex CFD simulations that can require weeks of computation time. The solver requires a high-quality structured multi-block hexahedral mesh with advanced mesh distribution.

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Fragmenting Wingbox

The Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, otherwise known as the Ernst-Mach-Institute (EMI), is concerned with the physical and technical aspects of high-speed mechanical and fluid dynamic processes. That includes experimental and numerical analysis of shock waves in solids, liquids, and gases; fluid-flow and combustion processes; impact and penetration processes over a wide range of velocities from 10 m/s to 10 km/s; the behaviour of structures under shock and impact; the behaviour of elastic media when highly stretched or at high rates of dilatation.

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Computer Simulation Improves Oil Separation in Water Treatment System, Exceeds EPA Standards by as Much as 45 Percent

By using ANSYS Fluent software, Natco Group designed induced gas flotation devices for offshore platforms that performed successfully during a category 2 hurricane after simulations assisted in the testing and development.

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Simulation of Flow and Combustion in Internal Combustion Engines

ANSYS ICEM CFD provides the University of Wisconsin with all the tools needed to build geometrically complex grids.

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