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Driving Innovation with Electronics - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I3

Electronics are pervasive in our world today. From electric machines to high-speed electronic devices to antennas and wireless communication, the demand continues to grow. However, designing innovative products to work reliably in the real world becomes more difficult with the need to reduce energy consumption, avoid interference with other devices and decrease development time. Leading companies leverage engineering simulation to quickly bring to market pioneering products that meet and exceed expectations.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS HPC, ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS Fluent, EMIT, ANSYS Icepak, ANSYS SIwave
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - Cooling, Electronics - Electromechanical, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics, Fluids, Structures, Electronics - Signal Integrity
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Decreasing Spacecraft Fuel Sloshing - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I3

Fuel sloshing in the tank of a spacecraft has the potential to change the center of mass. This affects the carefully calculated maneuvers that accurately direct sensors to specific ground locations. Airbus engineers used fluid–structure interaction simulation to evaluate the ability of a proposed elastomeric membrane to minimize the effect of fuel sloshing on the center of mass in the early stages of developing a spacecraft.

Author: Airbus Defence and Space Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Fluids, Multiphysics, Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Inside Story - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I3

The scores of antennas extending from the surface of today’s jet airliners create drag that adds to fuel consumption. Brazilian National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel) and Embraer engineers have been developing new ways of installing antennas that could save fuel. With ANSYS simulations, engineers can predict the performance of proposed installations without the time and expense of building prototypes.

Author: Brazilian National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel), Embraer Type: Article Date:
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Hitting the Brakes - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I2

United States Air Force jets were being damaged when the tow tractor that transports them around bases came to a sudden stop. An Air Force engineering team used ANSYS Mechanical to determine the cause of the problem and devise a simple solution to this multimillion-dollar problem.

Author: United States Air Force Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS Rigid Body Dynamics, ANSYS Workbench
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Lighten Up - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I1

Reducing cargo weight is important to increase aircraft fuel efficiency. Using engineering simulation, Carbon Freight has developed sturdy, lightweight cargo pallets that are 18 percent lighter than traditional pallets.

Author: Carbon Freight Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Lighten Up - Article - Dimensions - Spring 2017

One way to reduce the weight of air freight and improve aircraft fuel efficiency is to decrease the weight of pallets. Carbon Freight is transforming cargo carrying with a product that is 18 percent lighter than traditional pallets.

Author: Carbon Freight Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft, Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers


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The View from 30,000 Feet - ANSYS Advantage - Best of Aerospace & Defense 2016 - Article

The commercial aircraft, space and defense sectors each face unique market trends that drive technology innovation and the way leading companies leverage simulation-driven product development to deliver tangible business impact.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers, Federal Defence and Weapon System, Space


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ANSYS Advantage - Best of Aerospace & Defense 2016 - Article

Aerospace and defense companies share many commonalities in the type of products they produce, the harsh environments these products operate in, and their overriding focus on safety and reliability. However, the commercial aircraft, space and defense sectors each face unique market trends. In this aerospace and defense-focused magazine, we explore how these trends drive technology innovation and the way leading companies leverage simulation-driven product development to deliver tangible business impact.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers, Federal Defence and Weapon System, Space


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Passing the Test - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I2

Jet engine test cell simulation helps Lufthansa Technik improve jet engine performance. By modeling the company’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. Engineers can then optimize the engine for thermodynamic performance to reduce fuel consumption and wear, leading to decreased costs and increased engine life.

Author: Lufthansa Technik AG Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS ICEM CFD, ANSYS CFX
Product Category: Fluids, Platform
Industry: Aerospace and Defense, Industrial Equipment
Sub Industry: Thermal Turbomachinery


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To the Test - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I2

In the past, the only way to determine whether composite aircraft components could withstand bird strikes was with time-consuming physical tests. Now, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited engineers use simulation to get the design right the first time. Bird strike simulation saves the company design time and thousands of dollar per test of composite helicopter components.

Author: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Autodyn, ANSYS Composite PrepPost
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Blast and Explosion and Impact


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