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Towards Smarter Aircraft Interfaces With Virtual Reality

This white paper explores the i-VISION project, which partners academia, aerospace and ANSYS to develop virtual reality technologies to accelerate the design of “human-centered” aircraft cockpits. These technologies are also applicable to other transportation industries that face the same issues and questions related to cabin design and the interaction between the cabin interface, environmental conditions and human operator.

Author: Ansys Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: VRXperience
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Aircraft


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Revealing the True Face of Titan With Physical Simulation

Space travel to Titan, 1.35 billion kilometers from Earth, is now possible — through simulation. Using data from the Huygens probe and Cassini spacecraft flybys, scientists simulated the surface of Saturn’s largest moon with the help of ANSYS SPEOS optical software. They created 360-degree visualizations from a virtual visitor’s point of view. This white paper describes their data-to-photorealism translation process.

Author: Ansys Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: Speos
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Insight into the Evolution of Vehicle Electrification: 2018 SAE Reader Survey - White Paper

This SAE 2018 Reader Survey was conducted on behalf of ANSYS to discover subscribers’ level of involvement with vehicle electrification trends and technologies. Survey respondents work in the automotive industry, with corporate management, management and design engineering job functions and a technology interest in power and propulsion.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Product Category: Electronics, Embedded Software
Industry: Automotive, Industrial Equipment, Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Cars and Light Trucks, Car and Light Truck OEMs, Heavy Truck OEMs, Heavy Trucks and Off-Highway, Tier 1 and 2 Suppliers


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Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue - White Paper

Thermo-mechanical fatigue (TMF) is an engineering challenge across the aviation, power, transportation and electronics industries. In the transportation industry, components like in-cylinder exhaust manifolds and turbochargers see high temperature and mechanical load variations that can lead to thermo-mechanical fatigue. TMF occurs in electronic components because of the increasing power density of electronic packages, plus their increased usage in harsh environments. ANSYS’ state-of-the-art nonlinear material models help to simulate creep and fatigue of metal alloys with high accuracy, eliminating time-consuming and costly physical testing. Once the material is characterized, ANSYS Mechanical and CFD solutions can study what the component experiences as it goes through the duty cycle.

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Product Name: ANSYS DesignXplorer, ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Structures
Industry: Automotive, Aerospace and Defense, Industrial Equipment
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics, Aircraft, Thermal Turbomachinery


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Disruption in Aerospace and Defense Is Here: Are You Ready? - White Paper

The next generation of aircraft will be different from anything seen before. Disruptive technologies enabled by digitalization are transforming the industry, creating new business models and empowering new market entrants. The digitalization disruption is here. Are you ready for innovation through simulation?

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Winning the Race: How to Engineer Success in the Growing Drone Market - White Paper

As the market for commercial drones takes off, engineering teams are tasked to rapidly meet performance and cost requirements while demonstrating safety in a highly regulated environment. This white paper reviews some of these engineering challenges and shares insights from a range of drone companies from around the globe that are leading the way.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Fast-Tracking Autonomous Vehicles, Drones and Robots via Engineering Simulation - White Paper

As demand grows for autonomous machines, only engineering simulation offers the means to launch them into the marketplace quickly and cost-effectively - without sacrificing safety or reliability.

Autonomous machines - including vehicles, drones and robots - are capturing headlines and the public's imagination, resulting in dramatic growth in market demand. However, developing these autonomous systems is an engineering challenge without precedence. Whole new engineering fields - such as artificial intelligence - are emerging to address this challenge, but time-tomarket is short and the competition is intense. With human lives at stake, rigorous testing of these systems is absolutely critical, but the sheer number of potential operating scenarios makes comprehensive physical testing practically impossible. Only ANSYS engineering simulation provides comprehensive solutions to manage this high degree of product complexity, replicate thousands of operating scenarios, meet aggressive time and cost targets, and ensure product safety. Via simulation, thousands of operating scenarios and design parameters can be virtually tested with precision, speed and cost economy. As simulation plays a greater role in the development of autonomous vehicles, drones and robots, we can expect to see these products fast-tracked to keep pace with increasing market demand.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Automotive, Aerospace and Defense


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Fast-tracking Safe Autonomous Vehicles - White Paper

Autonomous vehicles are threatening to disrupt the automotive, aerospace and industrial equipment industries with the emergence of self-driving cars, drones and mobile autonomous robots. They promise to drastically reduce accidents, minimize congestion, bring mobility to the immobile and perform mundane or hazardous tasks in a fraction of the time required by human-controlled vehicles. This opportunity is open to traditional industry players as well as new entrants, particularly from the high-tech sector. The race to market is on.

The critical path engineering challenge to be overcome is demonstrating compliance with safety requirements. Research has shown that for a self-driving car, this could take between 8 billion and 11 billion miles of road testing. Because physical testing is clearly not a practical solution, autonomous vehicle makers are turning to “simulated miles driven, fl own or maneuvered” as an alternative means of performing the required testing in a reasonable timeframe. This white paper discusses how ANSYS is building the industry’s only comprehensive, open and confi gurable solution to validate vehicle performance against safety requirements, leveraging best-in-class high-fi delity sensor models and open- and closed-loop simulations to validate the embedded software responsible for perception, localization, motion planning and motion execution.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, High Tech


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Fast-tracking Safe Autonomous Vehicles - White Paper

Autonomous vehicles are threatening to disrupt the automotive, aerospace and industrial equipment industries with the emergence of self-driving cars, drones and mobile autonomous robots. They promise to drastically reduce accidents, minimize congestion, bring mobility to the immobile and perform mundane or hazardous tasks in a fraction of the time required by human-controlled vehicles. This opportunity is open to traditional industry players as well as new entrants, particularly from the high-tech sector. The race to market is on.

The critical path engineering challenge to be overcome is demonstrating compliance with safety requirements. Research has shown that for a self-driving car, this could take between 8 billion and 11 billion miles of road testing. Because physical testing is clearly not a practical solution, autonomous vehicle makers are turning to “simulated miles driven, fl own or maneuvered” as an alternative means of performing the required testing in a reasonable timeframe. This white paper discusses how ANSYS is building the industry’s only comprehensive, open and confi gurable solution to validate vehicle performance against safety requirements, leveraging best-in-class high-fi delity sensor models and open- and closed-loop simulations to validate the embedded software responsible for perception, localization, motion planning and motion execution.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, High Tech


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Engineering Smarter Connected Products for Winning in the Digital Economy - eBook

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents an eleven trillion dollar opportunity. The opportunity will only be fully realized if engineers use best practices to design robust and reliable products. In this e-book we explain the critical design challenges for designing smarter connected products and how ANSYS solutions can help.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS SIwave, ANSYS Icepak, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS RedHawk
Industry: High Tech, Healthcare - BioMed, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Energy


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