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Chipping Away at Functional Safety Flaws in Automotive Electronics - White Paper

Today’s automobiles are packed with electronics. From autonomous driving support and infotainment systems to mission-critical functions like braking, a car’s performance depends on the reliability of these electronics systems. While the semiconductors that lie at the heart of these systems have been not been a focus in the past, today their reliability is coming under closer scrutiny by both the automotive industry and government regulators. A key automotive standard, ISO 26262, is being updated to consider the safe performance of all semiconductor components. How will automotive systems engineers meet this tougher standard — and address functional safety concerns down to the chip level? It’s clear that they can no longer rely on manual analysis and consumer software tools like Excel. What’s needed is a new solution for mapping semiconductor designs to the key functions they support within the vehicle — and ensuring that semiconductors will perform flawlessly to support consistent vehicle performance and outstanding passenger safety.

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


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Eliminating the Language Barrier: A Single Tool for Avionics Systems Modeling with AADL, Aligned with the FACE (TM) Technical Standard - White Paper

Today, military organizations are beginning to encourage the adoption of the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) by their global suppliers. This system architecture language, which was originally developed in 2004 and is still evolving, is being embraced because of its ability to model both software and hardware components. By modeling systems via AADL, military organizations can understand the cost and performance implications of their avionics system designs at a very early stage, as they bring together components from multiple suppliers. In addition, since 2010, companies supplying avionics systems to military organizations have been challenged to adopt the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Technical Standard, a standard of The Open Group. The widespread adoption of the FACE™ approach has created an environment of software consistency and conformance, making it easy for defense organizations to partner with a wide variety of suppliers. In order to manage the increasing complexity of avionics systems design in this new age of dual compliance with the AADL specification and conformance to the FACE Technical Standard, software engineers need a modeling solution built to address both these industry standards.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS SCADE Architect, ANSYS SCADE Suite
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Solving Interference Issues in a Smart Home with ANSYS EMIT - White Paper

Simulation-driven design tools are essential for engineers to create the internet of things and make the smart devices reliable, inexpensive, and energy efficient. This paper describes how ANSYS EMIT is used to address electromagnetic and interference problems in a smart home equipped with many modern connected appliances. The paper dwells on ANSYS EMIT’s link analysis capability for determining a smart device’s performance in presence of other wireless sensors within a smart home environment.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: EMIT
Product Category: Electronics
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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Autonomous Vehicle Radar: Improving Radar Performance with Simulation - White Paper

As the world draws near to the reality of fully autonomous automobiles and transport vehicles, there is a great deal of focus on the development of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and rapid automated decision-making. These solutions are aimed at duplicating — and improving upon — a human’s ability to perceive the world around them, and at efficiently and safely guiding a vehicle through a journey. A critical aspect of autonomous vehicle control is the continued evolution of vehicle sensors — the eyes and ears of the control system that perceive the operational characteristics of the vehicle and the environment around us. While the AI and decision-making systems must plan the vehicle trajectory and response to the environment, the sensors must feed the control systems executing those algorithms with accurate data on the current and developing state of the vehicle’s surroundings. The development of accurate algorithms depends in part upon the availability of accurate sensor data.

Author: ANSYS, Inc Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS HFSS
Industry: Automotive


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高效能的IoT智能家居

“Smart Home” technology is the future of residential technology, designed to deliver and distribute a number of services inside and outside the house via networked devices in which all the different applications and the intelligence behind them are integrated and interconnected. These smart devices have the potential to share information with each other as long as they can access a broadband internet connection. Hence, “Smart Home” technology has become part of the IoT (Internet of Things). In this work, we analyze a home model to demonstrate an energy-efficient IoT-based smart home. We perform multiphysics simulations focusing on the kitchen of the home model, and use a motion sensor with a surveillance camera as part of the home security system. Coupled with the home light and HVAC control systems, the smart system can remotely control the lighting and heating or cooling when an occupant enters or leaves the kitchen.

Author: ANSYS Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Construction


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CAE Turns to HPC - White Paper

Read this white paper published by Scientific Computing World to learn how ANSYS is addressing the value of HPC technology within the CAE market, the main challenges to the use or uptake of HPC resources, and the future for HPC in CAE. The paper also briefly describes ANSYS Discovery Live — a new design tool that takes advantage of thousands of cores available in a GPU to produce instantaneous simulation results with every interactive change to the model. Discovery Live can feed into HPC workflows, with results being passed onto the full simulation on an HPC cluster.

Author: Europa Science Ltd, Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Cloud Hosting Partners
Product Category: Cloud and IT Solutions, High Performance Computing


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面向ANSYS® Fluent®客户的IBM信息技术指南

本指南的目的是帮助客户在采购和实施高性能计算(HPC)硬件时做出明智决策,以优化ANSYS Fluent 软件的性能。本文档阐述了IBM 与IBM 合作伙伴提供的各种系统组件选项的优势和权衡取舍。此外,本文档还就运行ANSYS Fluent 的系统提供了具体的建议。

Author: ANSYS Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD, ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS DesignXplorer, ANSYS Meshing
Product Category: Fluids


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削减设计成本:行业领袖如何从快速可靠的CFD中受益

工程经理对产品的设计成本越来越敏感,因此再也无法仅凭直觉来判断工程软件的价值。工程经理在购买任何技术之前都想要看到实实在在的投资回报率,对计算流体动力学(CFD) 软件也不例外。

Author: ANSYS Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD


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业界最佳企业如何借助CFD改善工程

从Aberdeen Group 在2011年4 月的《CFD 助力产品设计一次性获得成功》报告中发现,企业已为不确定经济做好准备,但他们还是需要迅速向市场推出新产品,同时要保持低成本并确保高质量。那些成功实现这些目标的企业均已采用“一次性获得成功”的策略。此外,该研究还发现,针对那些受到液体流或气体流、加热或冷却、化学反应、湍流及相关物理现象影响的产品,在执行该战略的过程中,计算流体动力学(CFD)分析工具(参见侧边栏的CFD 定义)发挥着重要的作用。该报告简要介绍了如何使用建模才能一次性获得成功,进而提升产品的盈利性。本研究评估了 704 家公司的实践方法,通过 CFD 能够对影响这些公司研发的产品的条件进行评估。

Author: ANSYS Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD


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充满信心地重新设计:物理仿真的重要作用

随着西方国家军事采购不断下滑、预算不确定的时代到来,军事项目及相关国防承包商所面临的风险变得前所未有的高。随着大量经历战火洗礼的装备退役,众多老化装备需要整修或更换,只有那些既能满足军方对有效载荷、性能和防护的要求,又能均衡成本与时间目标的供应商才能始终立于不败之地。这不止意味着可直接获得合同,更包含价值数十亿美元的后续项目。

如果项目、项目管理者及承包商无法达到时间、预算及质量的关键绩效指标,他们的未来将充满非常大的不确定性。

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