Ansys’ Solution for Structural Integrity Assessment of Li-ion Battery Packs

October 8, 2020

This webinar focuses on battery structural analysis to address critical design challenges, such as vibration, reliability and crash safety. We will demonstrate Ansys’ solution for structural integrity assessment of Li-ion battery packs, including smart geometry cleanup and an integrated meshing process, to solve static, transient, thermal stress, dynamics and explicit dynamic multiphysics problems in the Ansys Workbench platform. Using multiphysics simulation, we can consider all critical design goals simultaneously to find the best possible structural design for a battery.

Novel, Efficient Antenna System Design Using HPC Capabilities in Ansys HFSS

October 8, 2020

This webinar will chart the progress of HFSS with respect to antenna design and how it has evolved into the established leader in the field. If you have not used HFSS recently or simply want to know what HFSS offers for antenna modeling, this is the webinar for you.

Please join us for this 45-minute webinar to learn about newly introduced HPC-based capabilities in Ansys HFSS to:

  • Predict performance metrics for complex antenna systems deployed in non-ideal environments
  • Create expansive, virtual wireless communication systems that are inclusive of realistic homes, buildings or even dense urban environments
  • Reduce overall development time by using real-time tuning capabilities in HFSS
  • Rapidly and accurately design 5G MIMO antenna arrays

Optimizing Spray Dryer Performance Using Simulations

October 13, 2020

Spray drying is used in many industries as the preferred method to produce dry free-flowing powders from liquid mixtures/slurries. In the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, several solid dosage forms are based on microparticles. Dry powders are inhaled as aerosols into the lungs, delivered to the nose, filled into capsules or pressed into tablets for oral applications. The food industry uses spray drying to manufacture powdered drink mixes, spices, flavorings, etc.

This webinar highlights how simulations enable deep insights into the spray drying process. We will discuss how nozzle selection and design are driven by predicting droplet-size distribution, spray patterns and other variables, which are dependent on surface tension and viscosity of the liquid mixture/slurry. Additionally, we will explain why predicting the rate at which drying occurs allows for sizing of the drying chamber and informs the heating requirement of the hot gases upstream. Lastly, we will explore how simulations help engineers understand the separation process in cyclone separators.

  • Learn how simulations enable deep insights into the spray drying process.
  • Understand how nozzle selection and design are driven by predicting droplet-size distribution, spray patterns and other variables.
  • Discover why predicting the rate at which drying occurs allows for sizing of the drying chamber and informs the heating requirement of the hot gases upstream
  • Receive expert insights on how simulations help engineers understand the separation process in cyclone separators.

 

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