Electrical systems underpin the more connected, electric and autonomous transportation and mobility vehicles of the future. They must operate reliably and safely across a wide range of harsh operating environments and be designed to fit in ever-smaller form factors, with reduced power requirements and lower weight. Optimizing electrical system design with simulation is the only way to deliver the vehicles of the future.
A 3D electromagnetic field solver to design high-frequency and high-speed electronic components. Its FEM, IE, asymptotic and hybrid solvers address RF, microwave, IC, PCB and EMI problems.
Solve broad structural analysis needs with a suite of finite element analysis (FEA) solutions that provides in-depth analysis of structural and coupled-field behaviors.
This upfront design tool calculates stresses and strains, then cumulates damage from repetitive loading to determine a product’s predicted life using finite element analysis.
An electromagnetic field simulation solver for electric machines and electromechanical devices. Solve static, frequency-domain and time-varying electric fields.
Increasing the amount of cables leads to the potential for cross talk and interference. Designing effective shielding, routing and placement is critical. Simulation enables the determination of induced voltages and currents, radiated fields and shielding effectiveness with a streamlined cable workflow for even the most complex structures.
Explore Ansys comprehensive solutions for ADAS and autonomous systems.
Simulation proves critical to the design of the antenna—and for ensuring performance when integrated on the vehicle through interactions with the surrounding, electrically large environment.
Ansys provides electronics simulation solutions that span from the chip to the package to the system and the human machine interface.
Experience the array of Ansys comprehensive solutions for electric vehicles.
Electronics reliability simulation helps tackle the complex wealth of automotive electronics. Solve the increasing challenges as you ensure reliability and durability.
“By simulating SPEKTRA’s phased array antenna and printed circuit board-type feed network, Metawave predicted the behavior of the beam at all angles and pushed the boundaries of radar specifications.”
— Matt Harrison, Metawave
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