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ANSYS Advantage - Best of Aerospace & Defense 2018 - Article

Aerospace and defense companies have much in common: the types of products they produce, the harsh environments in which these products operate, and an overriding focus on safety and reliability. However, the commercial aircraft, space and defense sectors each face unique technical challenges and market trends. In this special issue of ANSYS Advantage focused on aerospace and defense, we explore how these trends drive technology innovation, and how leading companies leverage pervasive simulation to get products to market faster and increase their market share.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers, Federal Defence and Weapon System, Space


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The View from Above and Beyond - ANSYS Advantage - Best of Aerospace & Defense 2018 - Article

The commercial aircraft, space and defense sectors each face unique technical challenges and market trends.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft OEMs and Suppliers, Federal Defence and Weapon System, Space


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Aiming High - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V12 I2

Microsatellites represent a new opportunity to provide connectivity for the Internet of Things, as well as capture images and data from space, at a relatively low cost — but the challenge is getting them into orbit in a timely and cost-effective manner. By making satellite launches both routine and affordable, startup Vector is opening up the “space race” to a new generation of small and midsized businesses that can deploy entire swarms of tiny satellites. With its risk-taking engineering strategy, Vector is poised to disrupt the satellite industry, one launch at a time.

Author: Vector Type: Article Date:
Product Category: Structures, Fluids
Industry: Aerospace and Defense, High Tech
Sub Industry: Space


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Balloon-Borne Vehicles Provide a Bird’s-Eye View - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V12 I2

It costs hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars to launch a satellite into a geosynchronous orbit where it hovers above a point on earth for observation or communications. Now, World View’s balloon-borne Stratollite vehicles can carry large payloads to altitudes up to 95,000 feet and park them there for weeks or months at a cost orders of magnitude less than a satellite or other comparable technologies. World View engineers saved an estimated eight months and about $600,000 by using ANSYS simulation software to determine the right design before building and testing a prototype.

Author: World View Enterprises Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Platform, Structures
Industry: High Tech, Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Communication and Storage and Networking Equipment, Space


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Electrifying the Aviation Industry - Article - Dimensions - Spring 2018

The University of Nottingham has assembled the world’s largest research group in power electronics and controls for aviation — and is a global leader in the development of the more electric aircraft. As Director of the University’s Institute for Aerospace Technology, Hervé Morvan has a unique perspective on the engineering and business challenges involved in achieving this vision. Recently, Dimensions spoke with Morvan about the ongoing efforts to electrify traditional aircraft designs for lower environmental impact and greater energy efficiency.

Author: Institute for Aerospace Technology Type: Article Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft


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전자 기기의 혁신 촉진 - ANSYS Advantage - Issue 3 | 2017

선두 전자 기업들은 엔지니어링 시뮬레이션을 활용하여 에너지 소비를 줄이고, 다른 기기와의 간섭을 방지하고, 개발 시간을 단축합니다.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS HPC, ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS Fluent, EMIT, ANSYS SIwave, ANSYS Icepak
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - Cooling, Electronics - Electromechanical, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics, Electronics - Signal Integrity, Fluids
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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우주선 연료의 출렁임 현상 감소 - ANSYS Advantage - Issue 3 | 2017

Airbus의 엔지니어는 최저 수준의 비용과 중량 페널티로 고도 제어를 달성하기 위해 연료 출렁임 현상을 줄여야 합니다.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Fluids, Structures, Multiphysics
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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인사이드 스토리 - ANSYS Advantage - Issue 3 | 2017

엔지니어가 연료 절감을 위해 항공기에 안테나를 설치하는 새로운 방법을 개발했습니다.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Driving Innovation with Electronics - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I3

Electronics are pervasive in our world today. From electric machines to high-speed electronic devices to antennas and wireless communication, the demand continues to grow. However, designing innovative products to work reliably in the real world becomes more difficult with the need to reduce energy consumption, avoid interference with other devices and decrease development time. Leading companies leverage engineering simulation to quickly bring to market pioneering products that meet and exceed expectations.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS HPC, ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS Fluent, EMIT, ANSYS Icepak, ANSYS SIwave
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - Cooling, Electronics - Electromechanical, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics, Fluids, Structures, Electronics - Signal Integrity
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Decreasing Spacecraft Fuel Sloshing - Article - ANSYS Advantage - V11 I3

Fuel sloshing in the tank of a spacecraft has the potential to change the center of mass. This affects the carefully calculated maneuvers that accurately direct sensors to specific ground locations. Airbus engineers used fluid–structure interaction simulation to evaluate the ability of a proposed elastomeric membrane to minimize the effect of fuel sloshing on the center of mass in the early stages of developing a spacecraft.

Author: Airbus Defence and Space Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Fluids, Multiphysics, Structures
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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