ANSYS at the Expo

Visit us at Booth #701 at the Charlotte Convention Center

You've already solved your easy problems. Now, only the toughest challenges remain. But even the hardest problems can be solved using ANSYS engineering simulation solutions.

Count on ANSYS to design your turbo and power products with the highest levels of efficiency, reliability and durability — and the lowest emissions and noise levels — while reducing development time and costs. With ANSYS, you'll get your innovations to market faster than you ever thought possible.

Meet our experts to learn more about:

  • State-of-the-art simulation technologies that support advances in sustainability, fuel cells, nuclear power, energy storage and turbomachinery
  • Turbomachinery-specific design and modeling tools, including gas turbine combustion and rotordynamics
  • Extensions to Transient Blade Row methods that improve productivity by 10 times or more and expand your investigative scope within design cycle constraints
  • Enhancements to high-fidelity aeromechanics that give you better and faster insight into the mechanical reliability and durability of turbomachinery

ANSYS Customers Can Visit the Turbo Expo Exposition for Free. Open this invitation and register prior to June 2.

Exhibit Hall Stage Presentations

Integrated Turbomachinery Design and Analysis with ANSYS

Simulation Innovations Speed Turbomachinery Design and Analysis

Tuesday, June 27, 4:00 - 4:30
Andre Braune, Technical Account Manager, ANSYS

The ANSYS Turbo System includes turbomachinery-specific design and modeling tools, including gas turbine combustion and rotordynamics so you can design for the highest levels of efficiency, reliability and durability. Learn about advances in ANSYS 18 including Harmonic Analysis, rotordynamics and combustion.

 

Use of Simulation in Additive Manufacturing

Use of Simulation in Additive Manufacturing

Wednesday, June 28, 1:45 - 2:15
Dave Conover, Corporate Fellow, ANSYS

ANSYS software is integral to Simulation-Driven Product Development (SDPD) for many turbomachinery customers. As manufacturing moves from traditional techniques to additive manufacturing (3D printing), the software tools must also evolve to support this new design paradigm. This talk highlights the evolution of the ANSYS Mechanical product for additive manufacturing

Digital connectivity enhancing product life cycle value through prognostic health monitoring (PHM)

Digital connectivity enhancing product life cycle value through prognostic health monitoring (PHM)

Wednesday, June 28, 1:45 - 2:15
Ahmad Haidari, Ph.D., Global Industry Director, ANSYS

PHM is one of the great use cases for ANSYS simulation-based digital twin. In this talk we shine light on detection, diagnostics, prognostics and prescriptive solutions that the simulation-based digital twin offers. Highlight will include coupling of application of ANSYS solution for industrial equipment with predicative analysis software for example GE-Predix

Conference Paper Presentations

Mode Shapes and Dominant Frequency Predictions in a Swirl Stabilized Premixed Air-Methane Combustor Using Modal Analysis and Large Eddy Simulation (LES)

Mode Shapes and Dominant Frequency Predictions in a Swirl
Stabilized Premixed Air-Methane Combustor Using Modal
Analysis and Large Eddy Simulation (LES)

Tushar Jadhav, Stefano Orsino, Saurabh Patwardhan
and Pravin Nakod, ANSYS, Inc.

Session: 4-23 Combustion Dynamics: Modeling I

 

Unsteady Flow in a Centrifugal Compressor Stage Equipped with a Vaned Diffuser and Cavities

Unsteady Flow in a Centrifugal Compressor Stage
Equipped with a Vaned Diffuser and Cavities

Christophe Corneloup & Dr. François Moyroud, GE Oil & Gas France
Dr. Mohand Younsi, & Dr. Antoine Baldacci, ANSYS, Inc.

Session: 46-7 Unsteady Flows in Centrifugal Compressors

 

A Hybrid Flamelet Generated Manifold Model For Modeling Partially Premixed Turbulent Combustion Flames

A Hybrid Flamelet Generated Manifold Model For Modeling
Partially Premixed Turbulent Combustion Flames

Rakesh Yadav, Sandeep Jain, ANSYS Inc.
Ashoke De, I.I.T Kanpur

Session: 4-11 Combustion Modeling I

 

 

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