Simulation in the News
A roundup of media articles on engineering simulation.
Become a Champion
Athletic innovations like Olympic swimsuits and racing yachts might seem worlds away from everyday business challenges. But there is much to learn from sports leaders.
HPC solutions enable high-fidelity insight into car performance in shorter turnaround times for Red Bull Racing.
Dressed for Success - Speedo Racing System
Engineers at Speedo utilize ANSYS to develop the Speedo Fastskin Racing System.
Floating on Air
A new racing bike designed with ANSYS CFD won Commonwealth Games Gold and Ironman New Zealand.
Charting a Confident Course
Engineers at Emirates Team New Zealand rely on CFD from ANSYS to optimize sail performance for the seven-month Volvo Ocean Race. Thanks to ANSYS channel partner LEAP Australia for their contribution to this article.
HEAD Sport delivers world-leading tennis racket performance with simulation.
On the Ball
Finite element analysis helps to improve golf ball rebound velocity by 5 percent, resulting in longer drives in a game measured by inches.
Simulating wind and rain around a stadium determines the best design for keeping spectators dry.
Germany Rocks on Water
Advances in boat equipment design via simulation help to sustain Germany’s Olympic excellence.
Business is Booming
Multiphysics simulation helps to design a thermal diffuser that converts explosion into long-lasting heat.
Pumping Up Sustainability
Flow simulation optimizes the energy requirement of pumps.
Engineering Simulation Takes Flight
Parker Aerospace uses ANSYS technology to reduce time and costs — as well as risk — in the design of aircraft systems.
Wearing a Wire
Simulation helps to optimize body-worn wireless devices for an emerging class of applications.
To Live Forever
Fatigue simulation can increase product life, reduce costs and decrease risk.
Introducing APDL Math Commands
A new set of commands in ANSYS Mechanical APDL provides access to powerful matrix manipulation features.
The Ball’s in Your Court
A team of researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have developed models with ANSYS LS-DYNA software that accurately simulate ball-on-tennis-racket impacts. The team is using these models to investigate the individual and combined effects of many different design variables and to develop insights for improving the design of tennis rackets produced by Prince Sports.
Profile of a CFD Pioneer: The Man Behind the CFD Methods
Numerical methods developed by Professor George Raithby have made a significant impact in both academia and the world of commercial fluid dynamics simulation. This article discusses some of his contributions to CFD.
Modeling Threaded Bolted Joints in ANSYS Workbench
Although bolted joints are extremely common, they can be difficult to model accurately without using some best practices. An industry specialist provides some valuable suggestions for using engineering simulation to understand bolted joints to reduce failure.