Ansys Advantage Volume XIV Issue 1 2020

ansys advantage XIV issue 1

Focus on Intelligent Mobility

This issue of Ansys Advantage describes how organizations around the world are creating the next generation of autonomous vehicles by simulating advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and human-machine interactions.

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Featured Stories

  • Autonomous Cars to Race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    Ansys is the exclusive simulation sponsor of a two-year, $1 million prize competition that will first be simulated inside Ansys VRXPERIENCE Driving Simulator powered by SCANeR and then will culminate in a head-to-head, high-speed autonomous vehicle (AV) race.
  • Engineer Perception, Prediction and Planning into ADAS
    Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) — such as forward collision warning (FCW), automatic emergency braking (AEB), lane departure warning (LDW), lane keeping assistance (LKA) and blind spot monitoring (BSM) systems — can be analyzed using Ansys VRXPERIENCE Driving Simulator powered by SCANeR.
  • EDITORIAL

    Winning the Race to Mobility

    Autonomous vehicles are set to make our commutes safer and more productive. Electrification will make vehicles greener. Air taxis will make urban air mobility a reality and shrink hourlong commutes to minutes. Reliable 5G connectivity will enable vast transportation networks of robo-taxis and drones, bringing ubiquitous mobility to all.
  • BEST PRACTICES

    Engineer Perception, Prediction and Planning into ADAS

    Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) — such as forward collision warning (FCW), automatic emergency braking (AEB), lane departure warning (LDW), lane keeping assistance (LKA) and blind spot monitoring (BSM) systems — can be analyzed using Ansys VRXPERIENCE Driving Simulator powered by SCANeR.
  • SURVEY STATS

    When Will Self-Driving Cars Outperform Humans?

    The Ansys Global Autonomous Vehicles Report uncovers varying consumer attitudes regarding autonomous vehicles (AVs). It confirms consumers have high expectations for autonomous capabilities and are comfortable with the idea of riding in autonomous vehicles in their lifetime.
  • AUTONOMY

    Autonomous Cars to Race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    Ansys is the exclusive simulation sponsor of a two-year, $1 million prize competition that will first be simulated inside Ansys VRXPERIENCE Driving Simulator powered by SCANeR and then will culminate in a head-to-head, high-speed autonomous vehicle (AV) race.
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

    Autonomous Safety in Sight

    Discover how Ansys SCADE Vision powered by Hologram automates the identification of perception detection defects known as edge cases to advance the development of autonomous vehicles.
  • ELECTROMAGNETICS

    Take Simulation Underground

    While it would not seem to matter what is under the road an autonomous car is driving on, WaveSense engineers are using Ansys HFSS electromagnetic solutions to develop a ground penetrating radar (GPR) system to map the underground features of roads for precise location verification in all conditions.
  • BEAMSTEERING

    A New Kind of Eyes on the Road

    See how simulation, radar and 5G startup Metawave has built a breakthrough autonomous vehicle radar platform to overcome the traditional challenges of long distances, inclement weather and more with the help of Ansys HFSS.
  • RADIO FREQUENCY

    Out of Thin Air

    Using Ansys HFSS and Ansys Electronics Desktop, Teratonix designed a radio frequency harvester that can collect ambient RF signals and convert them to electricity, which could help power the Internet of Things (IoT).
  • CHIP DESIGN

    Elastic Compute & Big Data Analytics Tackle Physical Verification Complexity

    Xilinx engineers wanted to leverage big-data analytics to simplify their verification flow on leading-edge chips, and they looked to Ansys for answers when developing field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs)
  • THERMAL EXCHANGE

    Rapidly Meet Heat Exchanger Regulations

    Ansys Mechanical software was recently used by Grantec Engineering to perform finite element analysis (FEA)-based strength assessments for a range of condenser and evaporator heat exchangers to gain rapid approval from regulatory authorities.
  • THERMAL EXCHANGE

    Savings Boil Over

    Gas condensing boilers rely on the successful thermal exchange between hot flue gas and water flowing within the tubes of a heat exchanger. Ferroli, a manufacturer of boilers and renewable energy products, used Ansys Fluent to respond to market requirements for a high-efficiency heat exchanger. The results enabled its engineers to create an optimized design for a robust, high-performance condensing heat generator.
  • THERMAL EXCHANGE

    Simulating a Salt-Cooled Reactor for Safety

    To improve upon existing technology, Kairos Power uses Ansys Fluent and Ansys Mechanical to develop a heat transport system for a low-pressure, high- temperature nuclear power reactor.
  • CLOUD COMPUTING

    Fast Fluid Simulation on the Cloud

    To perform analyses rapidly and affordably, Toyo Advanced Technologies engineers used Ansys Fluent via a cloud service for model-based computer-aided engineering) CAE, instead of installing a high-performance computing (HPC) system in their own facility.
  • INNOVATION SHOWCASE

    Ansys Hall of Fame Winners

    The Ansys Hall of Fame showcases how engineers are using Ansys simulation solutions. The competition grew significantly in 2020, with a 21% increase in total submissions compared to 2019. The submissions, which were sent from nearly 20 countries, were divided into corporate and academic categories.
  • ANALYSIS

    Simulation in the News

    A roundup of news items featuring simulation

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