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ANSYS Fluent Innovations Speed CFD Simulations to Help Engineers Get Accurate Results with Less Training

Innovations to ANSYS Fluent in ANSYS 19.2 dramatically speed the time to an accurate solution, while freeing up engineers to do more with less training.

View the on-demand webinar to see us demonstrate Fluent’s task-based workflow, which helps engineers make the best possible choices for more accurate simulations in less time and facilitates the preparation and meshing of “watertight geometries.” We will also demonstrate our patent-pending Mosaic technology, which automatically combines disparate boundary layer mesh types using high-quality polyhedral meshes for faster and more accurate flow resolution.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids


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ANSYS Fluent Optimized Battery Cooling System for Extreme Performance to Help VW Motorsport Win the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Volkswagen Motorsport shattered the time record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with their first-ever, fully electric race car, the I.D. R Pikes Peak — a next-generation race car developed with ANSYS simulation solutions. Volkswagen Motorsport engineers conducted complete virtual drive tests of the entire race and optimized the battery cooling system with minimal weight and aerodynamic drag loss.

View this on-demand webinar to learn how VW Motorsport used ANSYS Fluent to design and optimize the battery pack for the race’s extreme performance requirements. An optimal design helped VW win the race and break the record for electric vehicles by a full 15 seconds!

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Automotive
Sub Industry: Motorsports


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Speed Up CFD Spray Simulations Using the New VOF to DPM Multiphase Model - Webinar

Sprays are everywhere — emerging from nozzles, injectors, hoses and many more sources. Physical measurement used to be the only practical way to determine if a certain spray head was designed properly for a given fluid, with specified operating conditions and required droplet sizes. Simulation could provide accurate, validated results for any type of spray, but the large computational requirements limited the size of problems that one could solve, especially if the goal was to resolve very fine spray details.

Now an exciting new technology in ANSYS Fluent makes fast simulation of spray processes with the finest details practical:
  • The new hybrid VOF to DPM multiphase CFD model enables you to simulate spray processes with the finest details.
  • The new model incorporates mesh adaptation techniques to speed up spray simulations without compromising spray details.
View this on-demand webinar to see a live demonstration of the VOF to DPM capability.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids


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Optimizing Thermal Design in Electrical Machines with Simulation - Webinar

When designing electrical machines, engineers need to do thermal modeling of varying complexity: from quick temperature distributions to detailed cooling. ANSYS 3D simulation tools can deliver robust results at any level of complexity. In the early stage of the design process, detailed CAD may not be available. In this case, ANSYS provides machine design tools that can be used to create an initial 3D geometry to evaluate initial design temperature results. This will help you to optimize your design early, before most costs are locked in. Alternatively, you can import detailed finalized mechanical CAD directly into the 3D tools in a complementary workflow. In either case, conjugate heat transfer (CHT) analysis can be performed on the 3D geometry using an all conformal poly mesh, with losses mapped from either 2D or 3D electromagnetics analysis. Temperature feedback from CHT to electromagnetics is also possible for improved accuracy.

Join us for this webinar to see two approaches, one for each workflow, which demonstrate the flexibility of using ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Maxwell simulations to optimize the cooling of electric machines.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics - Cooling
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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Coupling HumMod to ANSYS Fluent: A Tool for Advanced Patient-Specific Simulation - Webinar

Computational fluid dynamics has long been a resource for understanding how geometry and physics influence bodily function. But CFD is only part of the equation. Human physiology is determined by biological and physical factors that influence, and are influenced by, the objects of CFD models; combining these two domains is critical for increased validity of simulations. Combining HumMod, a lumped parameter model of human physiology, with advanced 3-D CFD tools like ANSYS Fluent will enable researchers, clinicians and healthcare companies to better understand proposed physiological mechanisms and interactions, allowing higher level properties of complex physiological systems to emerge.

This webinar will illustrate unsteady breathing in Fluent with boundary conditions imported from HumMod as an example of the work in progress.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed
Sub Industry: Respiratory


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ANSYS in ACTION: Mixing Solutions for the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries - Webinar

Mixing tanks and bioreactors are common in many industries: chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, etc. Two common design challenges are ensuring high efficiency by minimizing blend time and Identifying the optimal compromise between high agitation and micro-organism preservation via exposure analysis. The Mixing Template for ANSYS Fluent solves these challenges with a fully automated solution that simply requires engineers to input the mixing tank geometric parameters and operating conditions. View this 20-minute ANSYS in ACTION session to see how the complete design analysis is performed automatically by ANSYS Fluent, complete with a summary report, so engineers can access all key parameters related to blend time and exposure analysis.

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Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids
Industry: Materials and Chemical Processing
Sub Industry: Pharmaceutical


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A New Paradigm in Turbulence Modeling for Aerodynamic Simulation - Webinar

Whether for cars, trucks, aircraft, or wind turbines, aerodynamics is a critical aspect of improving energy efficiency. Aerodynamics is a complex science — calculations need to be performed with a high degree of precision and accuracy, since every 1 percent of change in aerodynamic drag or lift has enormous implications on machine performance. Aerodynamic simulation, therefore, requires accurate flow solvers, comprehensive turbulence models, and precise geometry handling.

In this 60-minute Webinar, Dr. Florian Menter, a world-renowned turbulence modeling expert, will present Stress-Blended Eddy Simulation (SBES) — a new paradigm in hybrid RANS-LES modeling — with a focus on aerodynamics and other applications. Large Eddy Simulation (LES) is impractically expensive in the near-wall region. However, Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) models are well-suited for wall boundary layers. Therefore, hybrid models such as SBES that use RANS for the wall boundary layers and LES away from the walls provide the best accuracy for practical turbulent flow simulations. The SBES blending function clearly shows the zones of RANS and LES usage. The SBES methods presented in this Webinar are now commercially available for aerodynamics and other complex flows.

Participants will learn about the latest advances in aerodynamics simulation as our experts discuss studies of global leaders in the automotive and aerospace industries. An audience Q&A will follow the speaker presentations.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS CFX
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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ANSYS CFD Extreme Scaling: The Impact on the Manufacturing Design Process - Webinar

ANSYS and Cray have demonstrated Fluent scaling to over 120K compute cores, with continued demand for performance. More complex physics models are being used to profile performance at this extreme level of scalability.

This webinar will present recent results and highlight how the design process changes to leverage this performance and other technologies.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS CFD


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Simulating Planar Magnetic Components Fact or Fiction - Webinar

Planar magnetic components consisting of a ferrite magnetic core and numerous conductor/insulation layers have been in use for many years. Historically, determining temperature dependent winding and core losses has only been possible using iterative testing of physical models due to the difficulty in determining 3-D frequency and thermal dependency. The only way to accomplish this now is to use frequency and thermally dependent material properties in a 2-way spatially coupled simulation. Additionally, you can only construct a frequency dependent system model that accurately represents the real device after the steady-state temperature condition has been reached throughout the device.

Recent breakthrough developments in simulation technology and high-performance computing from ANSYS make it possible to design, simulate and optimize planar magnetic components without building physical models or compromising simulation fidelity.

Watch this webinar to see how you can use ANSYS software tools, featuring a customized interface complete with manufacturer libraries, to automatically set up and then solve a frequency dependent, 2-way coupled magnetic-thermal model.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS Simplorer
Industry: Automotive, High Tech, Aerospace and Defense


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Leveraging Engineering Simulation in the Development of Vaccine Delivery Devices - Webinar

Intranasal delivery can provide better protection than traditional injected vaccines for diseases such as influenza due to mucosal and cross-protection. But current intranasal delivery technology uses expensive and difficult-to-manufacture vaccines inefficiently. Creare has recently developed two novel vaccine delivery devices: a dry powder inhaler (DPI), which effectively delivers the vaccine dose to targeted regions of the nasal tract; and an ultra-compact InVaxTM intranasal nebulizer for liquid vaccines, which is an optimal platform for large-scale influenza vaccination.

Learn how Creare used ANSYS Fluent for aerodynamic design and nasal deposition modeling in support of the DPI device development. Discover how analyses performed with ANSYS Mechanical were used to design the piezoelectric actuator, a key component in the aerosol generation process for the InVax device.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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