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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, Speos, ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS Mechanical
Product Category: Fluids, Electronics, Optical, Electronics - High Frequency Electromagnetics, Structures
Industry: Energy


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Optical Measurement Devices

Carry out scientifically accurate measurements. The only true way to get reliable and objective information regarding material appearance under any lighting conditions. Your provider and your customers will virtually experience the same material. The only way to guarantee you make trustworthy decisions regarding your prototype.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Brochure Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Optimetrics
Product Category: Optical


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ANSYS + Lite-On Technologies

Lite-On Technology of Taiwan used ANSYS SPEOS determined the quality of automotive HUD virtual images using optical metrics to describe system performance, including dynamic distortion, ghosting, visual disparity and image sharpness. Their engineers performed a complete analysis of the quality of HUD images based on thousands of measurements for several driver sizes in minutes instead of days.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Case Study Date:
Product Name: Speos
Product Category: Optical


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An Integrated Simulation Platform to Validate Autonomous Vehicle Safety

Autonomous driving systems rely upon sensors and embedded software for localization, perception, motion planning and execution. Autonomous driving systems can only be released to the public after developers have demonstrated their ability to achieve extremely high levels of safety. Today’s hands-off autonomous driving systems are largely built with deep learning algorithms that can be trained to make the right decision for nearly every driving situation. These systems, however, lack the detailed requirements and architecture that have been used up to now to validate safety-critical software, such as that which controls commercial airliners. Road testing is clearly an essential part of the development process, but billions of miles of road testing would be required to validate the safety of autonomous driving systems and software. Simulation is needed to make verification and validation of the operation of autonomous vehicles a practical endeavor.

Author: Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: VRXperience, Speos
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Cars and Light Trucks


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ANSYS OPTIS & Quintessence Yachts: Using Virtual Reality as a Highly Reliable Marketing Tool

Quintessence Yachts partners with luxury automotive brands to apply sports car design to powerboats. To market its AM37 model, the company uses the high-tech, virtual reality product configurator ANSYS Theia-RT. Potential customers can explore and experience custom lighting, materials and color options in an immersive, “on-the-water” environment.

Author: Ansys Type: Case Study Date:
Product Name: VRXperience
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Consumer Products


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Managing Changing Quality Needs in Automotive and Consumer Product Industries

As user experience and shared brand or product perceptions effectively dictate purchasing decisions, exceeding customers’ expectations in a cost-effective manner is an imperative for manufacturers. Because design trends change so rapidly, a lengthy development cycle may produce outdated products. To optimize time to market, product stakeholders must improve their efficiency in both product and process design to deliver first-time-right products. New sophisticated quality and visualization tools can help predict manufacturing variation and its impact on perceived quality at an earlier stage, when issues can be addressed with minimal cost. In this white paper, discover how preliminary quality assessment is becoming a must-have in current design processes — for a more streamlined product development lifecycle, with a shortened lead time from concept to production.

Author: Ansys Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: VRXperience
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Automotive, Consumer Products


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Bentley Reinvents the Design of Future Vehicles With Virtual Reality

In its efforts to redefine the SUV, Bentley employed ANSYS’ integrated, optical simulation solution for virtually testing automotive performance under real-world conditions. Bentley designers used ANSYS SPEOS to virtually visualize the interior and exterior of the car and make decisions regarding shapes, materials and colors, and ANSYS Theia-RT to evaluate their design under variable lighting conditions.

Author: Ansys Type: Case Study Date:
Product Name: Speos
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Cars and Light Trucks


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How to Design, Optimize and Validate Safe Laser Headlamps Through Virtual Experimentation

Today, car manufacturers and their suppliers are facing a real challenge: designing attractive laser headlamps that will illuminate the road without blinding drivers and pedestrians. Validating the safety of these headlight systems using physical prototypes would require millions of miles of night-driving testing and cost-prohibitive investment.

Simulation is the only option for adequately assessing how a headlight design will perform under numerous road, weather, lighting conditions. Engineers can perform virtual tests in greater numbers and at faster speeds, while reducing development time and prototyping costs.

Author: Ansys Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: Speos
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Cars and Light Trucks


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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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Is Physics-based Virtual Prototyping the Future of Automotive Interior Lighting Validation?

Physics-based virtual prototyping allows car interior designers to predict potential lighting issues — and avoid them. Accounting for the interaction between light, materials and human perception early in the development process eliminates costly design fixes downstream.

Author: Ansys Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: Speos
Product Category: Optical
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Cars and Light Trucks


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