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The Power of People - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

The University of Liverpool Velocipede Team (ULVT) employs engineering simulation from ANSYS in the design of its highly aerodynamic bike, ARION1.Employing the easy-to-use ANSYS CFD software with the transition-SST turbulence model, the team made rapid progress and obtained results that compared favorably with wind tunnel data. This allowed them to make appropriate changes to the monocoque to reduce drag, while ensuring appropriate downforce at the front end of the bike.

Author: The University of Liverpool Velocipede Team Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Fluids, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Solar-Powered Revolution - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

The University of Minnesota (U of M) Solar Vehicle Project is one of many teams competing to harness the power of the sun to drive wheels. Efficiency is critical in all aspects of a solar-powered car.

Author: University of Minnesota Solar Vehicle Project Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Fluids, Structures, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Around the World in 80 Days - On a Motorcycle - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

A team of 23 students at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands has designed and built two prototypes of the Storm Wave — the first long-distance electric touring motorcycle. The team will attempt to ride around the world (26,000 km) in 80 days using only the existing electric power grid. The adventure began August 14, 2016.

Author: STORM Eindhoven University of Technology Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Fluids, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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The Fuel-Efficient Geec - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

The Galway energy-efficient car (better known as the Geec) is a battery-powered electric eco-car designed and built by engineering students from National University of Ireland Galway to complete in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe. The team used ANSYS computational fluid dynamics to minimize aerodynamic drag, which accounts for about one-third of all energy consumption in a highly optimized car.

Author: NUI Galway Eco-Marathon Team Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Composite PrepPost, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Fluids, Structures, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Follow the Sun - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

CalSol, the UC Berkeley solar vehicle team, used ANSYS fluid dynamics software extensively to determine the optimal shape for their most-recent one-seater, challenger-class solar vehicle called Zephyr. Fluid dynamics simulation performed on the outer carbon fiber shell of the car allowed the team to create the most aerodynamic shape within design specifications and constraints, which include solar cell placement and optimal cells curvature, and dimensional requirements.

Author: CalSol Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Fluids, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Designing with New Materials - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

Every year, a team of students in the Master of Engineering program at the University of Melbourne in Australia designs a new vehicle to compete in the FSAE Australasia event. A major goal for the 2016 team was to reduce car mass and weight to aid in straight-line acceleration and cornering scenarios.

Author: MUR Motorsports Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Composite PrepPost, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Fluids, Structures, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Dashing Through the Snow - Article - ANSYS Advantage - WE - V10 I3

A team of students from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) took on the challenge to design, build and race a low-emission, high-efficiency snowmobile. The biggest design challenge is modifying the internal combustion engine to reduce noise and decrease emissions.

Author: RIT SAE Clean Snowmobile Team Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS SpaceClaim, ANSYS Forte
Product Category: Fluids, Platform, Structures, Academic
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Sport and Leisure


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The Future of Energy Innovation - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V10 I3

Commercial companies, research institutes and academic organizations are actively pursuing goals related to reducing power consumption, decreasing emissions and creating new methods to utilize existing energy resources. At the same time, engineering students around the world are honing their skills and developing new vehicles, often as part of team competitions, that use the latest technology to transform our method of travel. These students create solutions to real-world problems, and will become the next generation of workplace leaders to engineer energy innovation.

Author: ANSYS Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Academic Composite Tools, ANSYS Academic Multiphysics Campus Solution, ANSYS Academic Student
Product Category: Fluids, Structures, Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Forces on Magnetic Nanoparticles - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V9 I1

Research using simulation will help to develop biomagnetic beads for disease treatment.

Author: John R. Brauer, Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Academic, Electronics - Electromechanical
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Diagnosis and Personalized Medicine


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Developing Reliable Small Antennas for Smartphones - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V9 I1

A team of researchers used ANSYS technology to design a small multiband internal antenna to successfully operate across eight different frequency bands.

Author: Jiangsheng Zhou, Jiang Nan Electronic and Communication Research Institute Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS HFSS
Product Category: Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics, Academic
Industry: High Tech
Sub Industry: Consumer Electronics


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