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Ask the Expert - Improving your Simulation Skills - Best Practices, New Features, and Advanced Techniques in Maxwell and Simplorer

This presentation will help users capitalize on new or undiscovered capabilities within Maxwell and Simplorer. Specific examples for working with geometry, using the transient solver, and post-processing will be discussed for Maxwell. In Simplorer, tips for transient simulations and post-processing will be presented as well as an advanced technique for system characterization which will lead to faster runs.

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Ask the Expert - Moving Reference Frame Modeling Using ANSYS CFD

Modeling of flows within systems containing moving components is often accomplished using moving reference frames. ANSYS CFD provides many options for employing moving reference frames for both translating and rotating systems. Applications are numerous, and include turbomachinery, mixing equipment, electric motors and generators, land and air vehicle motions.

In this Ask The Experts webinar, the basic modeling approaches for using moving reference frames in ANSYS CFD will be discussed. This will include steady-state approaches such as the single reference frames, multiple references frame (MRF), and mixing planes, and unsteady approaches such as transient blade row (TBR), embedded reference frames and accelerating reference frames. Best practices for geometry decomposition, mesh generation, modeling and post-processing will also be highlighted.

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Deep Thinking

ANSYS structural mechanics helps save years in designing the first steerable conductor for enhanced oil recovery.

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Fast Study

Gas turbine supplier leverages ANSYS Workbench to speed complex turbine blade analysis.

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Predicting Turbomachinery Erosion Rates

Erosion rate predictions help designers to improve longevity of rotating equipment that must operate in harsh environments.

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Understanding Actuators

Multiphysics system simulation provides insight into the operations of actuators.

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Virtual Speech

Researchers use virtual tools to model and simulate the human vocal tract and upper airway.

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Breath of Fresh Air

As a developer of turbochargers, Cummins Turbo Technologies has wrestled with — and now resolved — running full-stage simulation to ultimately deliver a better product. The enormous size of turbocharger simulation models, averaging 8 million elements for the compressor stage and 12 million for the turbine stage, previously made it impossible to run full-stage simulations as part of the normal design process. ANSYS computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software plays a critical role in the design process by enabling Cummins engineers to evaluate a wide range of design alternatives to optimize performance prior to building a product or even a prototype.

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Ask the Expert - Implementing Submodeling in ANSYS Mechanical

This webinar will demonstrate how to implement submodeling in ANSYS Mechanical. Submodeling is commonly used in Mechanical APDL and can be implemented in ANSYS Mechanical using relatively simple APDL command objects.

Submodeling can be used to efficiently obtain refined results in local regions of FE models. ANSYS has meshing tools to locally transition from a coarse mesh to a refined mesh, but submodeling can be a more efficient technique. It will produce accurate local results without requiring complicated mesh transitions. With submodeling, an independent refined local FE mesh (submodel) is developed and a cut-boundary interface is established between the overall mesh and the submodel. The calculated cut-boundary displacements from overall mesh are interpolated as boundary conditions onto the submodel and the submodel is solved to obtain accurate local results.

Run Time - 45 minutes

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Ask the Expert - Acceleration Options for HFSS

There are several different software and licensing options for taking advantage of today's multi-core computers and clusters. These options offer varying degrees of efficiency depending upon the type and size of model to be solved in HFSS. The options can take advantage of multiple cores within a single machine, or they can take advantage of multiple cores and memory on distributed machines. This webinar will go over the available options, and provide some guidelines for choosing the best option for the problem to be solved.

Run Time - 39 minutes

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