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Addressing Challenges of High-Speed Vehicle Design Using Physics-Based Simulation Technology

In this on-demand webinar, we focus on the numerical study of the external aerodynamics of two cruise missile geometries. The first is a generic high-supersonic/low-hypersonic geometry. The study analyzes the main flow features to better understand the physical phenomena that govern the behavior of canard geometries at different angles of attack.

The second geometry is an aerospike. It uses an aerodynamic spike on the nose of the missile to offset the shockwave in front of the main body and effectively reduce pressure and temperature loads on the radome. The study explores the complex flow field around the missile and includes a sensitivity analysis.

Author: ANSYS, Inc Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Leveraging Chip Power Models for System-Level EMC Simulation of Automotive ICs

The design of integrated circuits (ICs) for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is a fundamental requirement for the security and safety of automotive electronics systems. These must be tested for noise emission, electromagnetic interference (EMI) and for electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) with intentional radio frequency (RF) disturbance. To achieve safety goals, chip power model (CPM) simulation is extended to evaluate the creation of noise from ICs and to capture the response of ICs to RF disturbance. This is done by leveraging the ANSYS chip ESD compact model (CECM) that captures the snapback current-voltage transfer characteristics of the ESD protection devices, silicon substrate coupling around the devices and also the chip-package-printed circuit board (PCB) interaction. The measurements and simulation are demonstrated with silicon test chips.

In this on-demand webinar,  Karthik Srinivasan, senior product manager from ANSYS and Dr. Makoto Nagata from Kobe University, Japan, will demonstrate how integrated circuit (IC), package and board designers can leverage ANSYS chip models in system-level simulations to meet the strict EMC requirements.

Author: ANSYS, Inc Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Semiconductors
Industry: Automotive


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The Creative Freedom You Imagined with ANSYS Discovery Live and NVIDIA Quadro RTX

The NVIDIA® Quadro RTX™ GPU accelerates simulation speed in ANSYS Discovery Live. It offers real-time ray tracing performance and industry-leading artificial intelligence and deep learning (AI/DL) capabilities, so designers can test more modifications more quickly.

In this collaborative on-demand webinar, ANSYS and PNY Technologies demonstrate Discovery Live workflows powered by the Quadro RTX.

Author: ANSYS, Inc Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery Live
Product Category: 3D Design


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A Collaborative Approach to Product Development From Requirements Definition Down to Software Design, Implementation and Testing

Modern electronics systems bring many benefits to consumers, delivering new levels of functionality and safety in automotive, aerospace, healthcare and other applications. Yet managing the complexity of these systems also represents a significant challenge to the companies who design them. The drive for continued, rapid innovation must be balanced with the need to meet all regulatory requirements — and ensure the safe interaction of all components when systems are brought together. A strategic partnership between ANSYS and Jama Software has created a powerful tool set for managing the complex activities of product development, quality and reliability assessment and functional safety analysis.

View this on-demand webinar, ANSYS and Jama Software discuss why the appropriate processes and tools for these design activities are essential for meeting quality and safety standards.

In this on-demand webinar, learn how you can:
  • Seamlessly design a product from system requirements to implementation according to safety standards like DO178-C or ISO 26262.
  • Perform requirement-driven design and testing while considering technical and customer requirements.
  • Consistently manage all traceability requirements and ensure their availability for actual development and testing.
  • Feed low-level requirements and testing artifacts from ANSYS SCADE back to the overall requirements management system in Jama.

Author: ANSYS, Inc Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Systems


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An Introduction to ANSYS in Academia

ANSYS Academic engineering simulation software is used by thousands of universities globally for undergraduate students to learn physics principles, postgraduate students to produce data for their master’s theses or doctoral dissertations, and for researchers to solve complex engineering problems. Watch this video to explore how ANSYS can easily and affordably help you teach the next generation of engineers or perform cutting edge research — in all areas of physics.

Author: ANSYS, Inc Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Academic Student, ANSYS Academic Teaching
Product Category: Academic


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VW Motorsport Presents: Battery Simulation - An Essential Technology for the ID. R at Nürburgring and the Record at Pikes Peak

The thermal management of batteries for electric vehicles is critical for performance, safety and cost. It must be investigated on both the component and system levels.

Challenges include:
  • Highly dynamic electrical loads from the driving profile of the line.
  • Optimization of battery performance with minimum cooling mass flow.
  • Development of the racing car within a few months.
View this on-demand webinar to learn from Benjamin Ahrenholz, Head of Calculation/Simulation at Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH, how ANSYS software was used for the Volkswagen Motorsport ID R. race car that broke the all-time record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in June 2018 and how Volkswagen plans to break the electric car record at Nürburgring-Nordschleife later this year.

Discussion topics:
  • Conjugate Heat Transfer in Fluent
  • ECM (Equivalent Circuit Model)
  • LTI-ROM (Linear Time Invariant Reduced Order Model)
  • Twin Builder

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: Automotive


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Raise Your Productivity Using ANSYS Fluent Single-Window, Task-Based Workflow in ANSYS 2019 R1

View this on-demand webinar to explore how to optimize your workflow and increase engineering productivity with the exciting new ANSYS Fluent experience in ANSYS 2019 R1.

Get an exclusive look at live demonstrations and success stories from early users. Learn how Fluent reduces hands-on time and raises efficiency with a single-window task-based workflow, Mosaic-enabled meshing technology, a new Fluent user interface (UI) with drag-and-drop case loading and post-processing object display … and more.
  • Task-based watertight meshing workflow guides users through the process by presenting best practices in an organized interface.
  • Single-window workflow lets users mesh watertight geometries, set up the model, solve and post-process all in a single Fluent interface.
  • New Fluent user interface is faster for new users to learn and more efficient for experienced analysts.
  • Drag-and-drop to load mesh, case and data files.
  • Drag-and-drop to display post-processing objects such as mesh, contours, vectors and pathlines.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids


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Understanding the SOTIF Domain and How Safety Analysis Tools Can Perform SOTIF-Related Analysis of E/E Systems

While functional safety standards (e.g., ISO 262626) address hazards caused by malfunctioning electrical/electronic (E/E) systems, they do not cover hazards that can occur even in the absence of system failure. One reason could be the performance limitations of the system or its components (e.g., sensors, perception algorithms). The ISO PAS 21448 standard on safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) deals with the systematic identification, evaluation and subsequent risk mitigation of these hazards. SOTIF issues are especially important for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle (AV) systems. 

In this on-demand webinar, we will introduce the concepts of SOTIF and illustrate how our safety analysis tool — medini analyze — can perform SOTIF-related analysis of E/E systems. We will introduce a practical workflow incorporating SOTIF and hazard and risk assessment (HARA), which leads to triggering conditions for potentially hazardous behavior. We will also demonstrate how the SOTIF analysis can be combined with the ANSYS autonomous (AV) simulation environment in different use cases, e.g., to check effects of triggering conditions by simulation or verify that measures to mitigate SOTIF risks are effective.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems


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Addressing Multiphysics Challenges in 7nm FinFET Designs

Variability has become the new enemy in 7nm FinFET designs. You can’t fix what you can’t find, and variability takes many forms (e.g., voltage drop, temperature, process). Increased cross-coupling of various multiphysics effects such as timing, power and thermal in 7nm designs poses significant challenges for design closure. Traditional solutions using margin-based methodologies are inadequate. Increased variability makes it hard to predict true silicon behavior and impacts both time-to- result (TTR) and time-to-market (TTM) goals in complex design projects.

View this on-demand webinar to learn how ANSYS multiphysics simulations can address the different forms of variability and their impact on performance. With an understanding of the true limits of built-in margins, you can achieve the target maximum frequency on silicon, while drastically improving the functional yield of your chips.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Semiconductors


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GEKO Puts You in Control of CFD Turbulence Modeling

Because no single turbulence model is suitable for all flow applications, users have had to choose from a finite set of fixed models, hoping that one fits their simulation. With the introduction of GEKO (generalized k-omega) — a revolutionary innovation in turbulence modeling within ANSYS Fluent — users have the flexibility to tailor turbulence models to their applications. GEKO provides several free and tunable parameters that can be adjusted over a wide range to match the simulation to specific physical effects, while maintaining the underlying calibration for flat plates and mixing layers.

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Product Category: Fluids


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