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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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When the Pressure Is On: Preventing Well Blowouts - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

To understand what kept emergency devices from deploying fully during an offshore well catastrophe, researchers turned to ANSYS Mechanical and ANSYS Fluent to model fluid–structure interactions. The result of this landmark work has the potential to change the regulatory framework for blowout preventers and is helping manufacturers better ensure the integrity of their products.

Author: SwRI Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Structural, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Fluids, Multiphysics
Industry: Energy
Sub Industry: Oil and Gas


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Generating Hydrogen for Energy Storage - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

An increase in renewable energy production has fueled interest in proton-exchange membrane water electrolysis as a viable solution to generate hydrogen to store power. To optimize and improve proton-exchange membrane (PEM) cells, a national project called ENHIGMA uses ANSYS Fluent as the fundamental tool to simulate the flow field in these cells. The results from the simulations will help the future manufacture of more cost-competitive, efficient and durable PEM electrolyzers.

Author: Courtesy CNH2 Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Energy
Sub Industry: Renewable Energy


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Energizing Generator Designs - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

Generators serve as the heart of hydroelectric power plants and must be accurately designed to optimize energy output and prevent excessive temperatures that cause energy losses and shorten the machine’s life. Leveraging ANSYS simulation and an improved workflow, INDAR engineers improve generator design accuracy and accelerate all stages of their simulation. This allows them to meet tight delivery deadlines and significantly scale generator production.

Author: INDAR Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - Electromechanical
Industry: Energy
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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CFD for Injection Molding - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

Plastic parts designers need to ensure that injection molded parts are fully formed and contain no visual defects. Specialized injection molding tools have been used to meet these goals for a very long time and have continued to mature. However, these tools require their own licensing, user training and support. In almost all cases, when specialized tools are optimized for injection molding, they become very limited for use in other engineering applications. Schneider Electric engineers have validated the use of ANSYS general-purpose computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software, which is already extensively used at Schneider Electric, for mold-filling simulation. They have also shown that ANSYS CFD can interface with a wide range of other simulation tools.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: Schneider Electric Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Energy
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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A Breakthrough in Air-Cooled Steam Condensers - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I2 - Article

Developing an air-cooled steam condenser for thermoelectric power plants is a balancing act: The goal is to maximize heat transfer, minimize pressure drop, and constrain energy consumption and costs. Leading manufacturer EVAPCO, Inc., used ANSYS Fluent to design new heat exchanger fins for its air-cooled condenser — and their success led to the development of an entirely new heat exchanger configuration.

Author: EVAPCO Inc. Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Energy


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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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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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Powering Up for the Future - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

Countries around the world increasingly rely on renewable energy technologies for electricity. Brazilian company WEG is a leader in design and production of electric machines including those for renewable energy which requires overcoming a wide range of engineering challenges. WEG Energy leverages the broad portfolio of ANSYS solutions across all aspects of product design, throughout the design process and even during product operation.

Author: WEG Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS nCode, ANSYS Workbench, ANSYS CFX, ANSYS CFD
Product Category: Electronics, Electronics - Electromechanical, Fluids, Multiphysics, Structures, Platform
Industry: Energy
Sub Industry: General Industrial Equipment, Thermal Turbomachinery, Wind Turbines


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Protecting Fusion Reactors from Extreme Heat - ANSYS Advantage - V13 I1 - Article

Nuclear fusion, the process that generates the sun’s heat, has the potential to generate virtually unlimited amounts of clean, safe energy on earth. Although fusion power has long been pursued, the benefits of developing a reliable system to generate this energy is well worth the effort. French Atomic Energy Commission engineers are using ANSYS software to overcome the difficult challenges involved in protecting fusion reactor components from operating temperatures of about 150 million degrees. ANSYS electromagnetic and structural simulations are leveraged to design components to withstand enormous thermal loads; ANSYS fluid dynamics software is applied to cooling system design; and optical simulation is used to calibrate infrared temperature measurement systems so that engineers can accurately distinguish bright spots caused by direct heat flux from heat flux merely caused by reflections.

Author: French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) Type: Article Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD, ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS SPEOS, ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Fluids, Electronics, Optical, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics, Structures
Industry: Energy


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