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Simulation in the News

A roundup of news items featuring simulation.

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Product Category: Semiconductors, Systems, Embedded Software, Electronics
Industry: Automotive, Energy, High Tech, Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Renewable Energy, Semiconductors, Space, Car and Light Truck OEMs, Aircraft


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Up to Speed - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

A longtime user of engineering simulation, Ferrari Competizioni GT leverages next-level, automated meshing capabilities from ANSYS to increase its simulation productivity by 300% — placing new designs on the track in a fraction of the time required previously. The Ferrari name is known around the world for speed, high quality and precise engineering, and its GT race cars both reflect and reinforce the company’s automotive leadership.

Author: Ferrari Competizioni GT Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Meshing
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Car and Light Truck OEMs


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Developing the Next Generation of Automotive Engineers - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

Rob Harwood, ANSYS global industry director, met with professor Stefan-Alexander Schneider from the University of Applied Sciences at Kempton in Bavaria, Germany. Professor Schneider runs one of the world’s only master’s courses on advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles. Their conversation revealed how the University of Applied Sciences is helping to develop the disruptive technologies of tomorrow and the engineers who will deliver them. They all discussed why simulation is critical for autonomous vehicles.

Author: University of Applied Sciences, Kempton Type: Article Date:
Product Category: Academic
Industry: Automotive


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Powering a Revolution - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

The increasing electrification of the world around us — from transportation to industrial machines — is changing the nature of energy production, distribution and consumption. And these changes are significantly impacting traditional product development processes. The use of electronic systems and components can mean a new degree of engineering complexity and introduce design considerations that did not exist before. Yet product development teams still must meet ambitious delivery schedules, aggressive cost targets and stringent regulatory requirements. Given these challenges, engineering simulation is a competitive imperative for those engineering teams participating in the next electrification revolution.

Author: ANSYS Type: Article Date:
Industry: Energy, Automotive, Aerospace and Defense


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Peak Performance for an Electric Vehicle - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

Developing a vehicle to compete in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is a test for engineers around the world. Volkswagen Motorsports engineers were determined to build a car that could compete with the best but they had less than a year to do it — and the car would be electrically powered. Using determination, ingenuity and aided by multiphysics simulation the Volkswagen team smashed the race’s all-time electric speed record.

Author: Volkswagen Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Twin Builder
Product Category: Systems, Fluids
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Car and Light Truck OEMs


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Framing a Stronger, Lighter Race Car - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

Engineering student teams in universities around the world compete in the Formula SAE (FSAE) competition to build a race car, giving them an opportunity to apply their engineering knowledge, in a practical and fun way. The E-AGLE Trento racing team takes advantage of ANSYS additive manufacturing solutions and topology optimization in ANSYS Mechanical to design a car that is lighter, has stronger joints and is easier to build than a typical FSAE car.

Author: University of Trento Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS Additive Suite, ANSYS Academic Student
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Cars and Light Trucks


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Plugging In to the Potential of Electrification - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

With concern for the environment continuing to grow, consumers and government regulators alike are calling for cleaner, more sustainable energy technologies. With its focus on electric vehicles, the automotive industry has been at the forefront of the product electrification movement — but this trend is now impacting every industry. Engineering simulation is playing a critical role in helping engineers understand and capture the benefits of electrification for their own product designs.

Author: ANSYS Type: Article Date:
Industry: Energy, Automotive, Aerospace and Defense


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Managing Large-Scale Battery Systems - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

Increasing electrification inevitably means more batteries, especially for mobile systems like planes, automobiles, trains and drones. These batteries are not standalone units but complex parts of a large system that must operate optimally to ensure safe and efficient energy usage. Safety and reliability are critical. Battery management systems (BMS) are essential components that leverage embedded software for real-time monitoring and control of rechargeable batteries in complex applications. To ensure that battery management systems are secure and dependable requires application of proven software tools:  ANSYS SCADE to design the embedded system, ANSYS medini analyze to verify its safety, and ANSYS Twin Builder to simulate the entire closed-loop power system to confirm that all components work together as designed.

Author: ANSYS Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Twin Builder, ANSYS medini analyze, ANSYS SCADE Suite, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Systems, Fluids, Multiphysics, Structures
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Car and Light Truck OEMs


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The Path of Least Resistance - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

When lightning strikes an automobile, the metal frame provides the path of least impedance to the ground, protecting the vehicle’s occupants from injury. But as lightning flows over the frame or through the vehicle's electrical systems, it can damage sensitive components or even melt solder joints. The amount of electronics in vehicles is on the rise, so protection from lightning is becoming more important than ever. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, with support from ESSS, the ANSYS channel partner in South America, uses ANSYS electromagnetic field simulation software to model lightning strikes and predict their impact on vehicle electronics so that future vehicles can be designed to be more resistant to damage.

Author: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - Electromechanical
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Car and Light Truck OEMs


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ANSYS Advantage - Spotlight on Electrification - V13 I1 - Article

Companies in every industry feel the pressure to launch groundbreaking new electricity generating and consuming products ahead of the competition, and at an attractive price point. Using engineering simulation, organizations can affordably solve complex technical problems related to electrification — and rapidly  launch innovations that position their organization for market leadership.

Author: ANSYS Type: Article Date:
Industry: Energy, Automotive, Aerospace and Defense


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