ANSYS Advantage Issue 1, 2019

ANSYS Advantage Issue 1, 2019

Spotlight on Electrification

Companies in every industry feel the pressure to launch groundbreaking new products that  generate and consume electricity  ahead of the competition, and at an attractive price point. Using engineering simulation, organizations can affordably solve complex technical problems related to electrification — and rapidly launch innovations that position their organization for market leadership.

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Featured Stories


    Powering a Revolution

    Engineering simulation is a competitive imperative for those engineering teams participating in the next electrification revolution.

    Plugging In to the Potential of Electrification

    Engineering simulation is playing a critical role in helping engineers understand and capture the benefits of electrification for their product designs.

    Peak Performance for an Electric Vehicle

    Using multiphysics simulation, the Volkswagen team smashed the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb all-time electric speed record.

    Managing Large-Scale Battery Systems

    Battery management systems must be secure and dependable. This requires software to simulate the entire closed-loop power system and confirm that all components work together as designed.

    Electrification of Aircraft Propulsion

    Developing more electric aircraft requires the deployment of engineering simulation to achieve performance goals and to reduce the time and costs of testing.

    The Path of Least Resistance

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles leverages simulation to predict lightning impact on vehicle electronics so that future vehicles can be more resistant to damage.

    Next Generation of Electric Vehicle Motors – The Silent Treatment

    To design a switched reluctance motor, Continuous Solutions used electromagnetic simulation software to reduce torque ripple by 90 percent and total noise by 50 percent.

    Electrifying Solutions for Motors and Generators

    Marelli Motori meets the demands of the electric power generation market by using simulation to develop reliable, eco-friendly products at lower cost.

    Powering Up for the Future

    WEG Energy leverages ANSYS solutions across all aspects of product design, throughout the design process and even during product operation.

    Protecting Fusion Reactors from Extreme Heat

    Simulation helps engineers to overcome the challenge of protecting fusion reactor components from operating temperatures of about 150 million degrees.

    Catching the Sun

    To avoid damage to solar trackers for solar energy, engineers use simulation and wind tunnel testing.

    Less Pain to Predict Strain

    Cummins developed a new spin on generator set durability modeling by integrating strain correlation models with its overall structural analysis.

    Fail-Safe Digital Twin

    Engineers use ANSYS software to develop a digital twin of safety relays that will integrate real-time sensor data with simulation results to predict failures.

    Speeding 5G Network Infrastructure Design

    eSilicon uses chip-package-system modeling and simulation in designing and verifying products for the 5G market.

    Framing a Lighter, Stronger Race Car

    Additive manufacturing solutions and topology optimization aid a student team to design a lighter and stronger FSAE car that is easier to build.
  • NEWS

    Simulation in the News

    A roundup of news items featuring simulation

    Fusion Power is the Sun in a Bottle

    To help produce fusion power on the same scale as a modern electric power generation station, engineers require simulation.

    Reducing Current Stress in Switchgear

    Using simulation, a company increased the performance of switchgear designs quickly and economically and delivered superior, reliable energy products to market.

    Preserving the Life of Solar Power Inverters

    Researchers electronically and thermally characterize solar power inverters before prototyping.

    Additive Manufacturing and Simulation Enhance Personalized Implants

    Additive manufacturing and simulation help create personalized implants that improve the lives of patients and reduce the overall costs of healthcare.

    Shifting Left

    John Lee of ANSYS and Jacob Avidan of Synopsys, share how the ANSYS–Synopsys collaboration helps address the challenges of emerging semiconductor technologies.

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