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ANSYS in ACTION: Enabling FinFET Thermal Reliability Signoff for IPs - Webinar

ANSYS Totem can solve the challenges faced by engineers trying to ensure thermal and electromigration (EM) reliability in advanced IPs. View this webinar to see a demonstration of self-heat analysis on an IP test case using ANSYS Totem’s rich GUI interface. The demonstration will cover flow setup, debugging and result exploration for reliability signoff.

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Product Name: ANSYS Totem
Product Category: Electronics


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ANSYS Solutions for Battery Modeling and Simulation - Webinar

With the rising demand for ultra-low power design methodologies in power electronics and electric vehicle manufacturing, advances in battery technology have become increasingly important. To save time and costs associated with battery experimentation during R&D, modeling and simulation has become essential. 

Watch this webinar to learn about ANSYS solutions for battery modeling and simulation, including: 

  • The CFD-based multiscale, multidimensional module in ANSYS Fluent for quantifying the 3-D thermal and electrical performance of batteries and thermal abuse scenarios, including projectile impact on a battery pack.
  • ANSYS ACT extensions and tool kits involving linear and time-invariance (LTI) and singular value decomposition (SVD) ROM for constructing thermal reduced-order models (ROMs), providing both average and field-level temperature data at a module level.
  • ANSYS Simplorer integration of electrical circuit models with thermal ROMs within to provide a systems-level understanding of battery thermal and electrical performance under various load-level scenarios.

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Product Name: ANSYS Simplorer
Industry: Automotive


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ANSYS in ACTION: Planar Magnetics in Electronics - Webinar

Planar magnetic electronic components have complicated magnetic and thermal interactions. This ANSYS in ACTION session will show you how ANSYS tools are used to set up and solve a frequency dependent, two-way coupled magnetic—thermal planar transformer model in just 20 minutes. Learn how a customized interface complete with manufacturer libraries is used to determine device efficiency in a complete system model based on ANSYS Simplorer.

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Product Name: ANSYS Simplorer


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ANSYS in ACTION: Porous Media in ANSYS AIM - Webinar

Traditional simulation techniques for analyzing flow through porous media require several assumptions that sacrifice a simulation's accuracy. Generally speaking, a 3-D model is required, but it may not always be available. In ANSYS AIM, to maximize result accuracy and minimize solution times, complex flow restriction devices such as catalytic converters, perforated plates and filters can be simulated using a new porous media model. View this 20-minute webinar to see a demonstration of how AIM's porous media capability converges quickly and accurately on a solution for an automotive exhaust application.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics
Industry: Automotive


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ANSYS in ACTION: Machine Tool Optimization with ANSYS optiSLang - Webinar

Automating the optimization of engineering structures or systems could save you considerable material cost and planning time. We'll show you how to set up such an automated analysis for a machine tool part simulated with ANSYS Mechanical. Using sensitivity analysis and meta-modeling techniques, you can easily find the best compromise between the structural mass and the deformations under several working conditions. The automated optimization procedure can reduce the mass significantly with respect to the manual engineering design. View this ANSYS in Action webinar for a 20-minute demonstration on how to apply ANSYS optiSLang within the ANSYS Workbench. You can apply the workflow easily to your FEM, CFD or electromagnetic simulation model.

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Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS Workbench
Product Category: Structures


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ANSYS in ACTION: Predicting Radio Frequency Interference with ANSYS EMIT

The massive proliferation of wireless devices surrounds us in devices so common — such as smartphones, wearable devices, laptops, sensors and automotive systems — that often we don’t even realize their pervasiveness. With only a finite spectrum in which to operate, the likelihood of these systems interfering with each other and degrading performance of neighboring systems becomes more and more of a problem. The ability to anticipate potential radio frequency interference (RFI) issues that can degrade, or block, system performance is now a critical part of the system level design. View this ANSYS in ACTION webinar where an ANSYS expert will demonstrate the use of ANSYS EMIT for predicting RFI in complex environments.

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Product Name: EMIT
Product Category: Electronics
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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ANSYS in ACTION: Designing Busbars with ANSYS AIM - Webinar

To design busbars for high current applications, you must analyze the coupling of electrical, thermal and structural effects of both the material composition and its cross-sectional size to determine the optimal current density distribution. Large Ohmic loss from high current density can result in high temperatures, and high temperature gradients can cause an unacceptable level of thermal stress. View this webinar that demonstrates how ANSYS AIM can be used to simulate the coupling of the three physics in an easy-to-use package. In this 20-minute demonstration, our experts will present an example of a busbar design and demonstrate the main features AIM can be used for this application.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics


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ANSYS in ACTION: Faster Turbocharger Designs with Simulation - Webinar

Engineers designing turbochargers face complex tradeoffs as they optimize their designs for cost, size and high transient response. One tradeoff involves sizing: a smaller diameter turbo is much better at reducing inertia, but does not generate as much pressure efficiently. Another involves efficiency versus manufacturability. The challenge is to balance these opposing design elements while delivering a wide range of speeds and flow rates, along with high efficiency across the turbocharger's operating range. View this webinar, and in 20 minutes you will learn how ANSYS' multiphysics and optimization simulation tools — like ANSYS TurboSystem including CFX — can help you perfect your turbocharger designs early in the product cycle.

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Product Name: ANSYS CFX
Product Category: Multiphysics
Sub Industry: Expanders and Turbochargers


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ANSYS in ACTION: Accelerating Electromagnetic Actuator Design

Electromagnetic actuators and solenoids are used in many applications and industries to convert electrical to mechanical energy. Simulating the electromagnetic performance of these devices with magnetic finite element analysis (FEA) enables you to optimize the output force and electrical power, and incorporate the coil design in static or transient models. Leveraging these magnetic FEA models enables you to predict the closing time in a system-level model which includes the controls, power electronics and mechanical load. View this 20-minute webinar to see how ANSYS can help you accelerate your electromagnetic actuator design process.

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Product Category: Electronics - Electromechanical


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ANSYS in Action: ANSYS AIM

If you're a design engineer hesitant to learn engineering simulation software, or think simulation should be reserved solely for dedicated analysts, then this short session is for you. We'll take a 3-D model of an industrial flow control valve and show you how ANSYS AIM can be used to perform several simulations across different physics. View this informative webinar. You'll walk away with a better understanding of how one easy-to-use tool with a single user interface can cover multiple physics and many engineering simulation problems.

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Product Name: ANSYS AIM
Product Category: Multiphysics


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