ANSYS® Fluent® Helps Reduce Vehicle Wind Noise
The DDES turbulence model was used to simulate side-window wall-pressure fluctuation noise for the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, and a very accurate transient simulation was performed using ANSYS Fluent CFD software running on a Cray XC40 supercomputer.
Best Practices for Addressing the Restricted Substances Challenge and Ensuring Compliance
This paper discusses best practices for implementing an effective restricted substance management program using Ansys Granta MI for Restricted Substances.
Using Materials Data for Faster, Cheaper, More Repeatable Additive Manufacturing
Using an open ecosystem product, such as Ansys Granta MI for Additive Manufacturing (AM), delivers the required flexibility to overcome the various obstacles that a typical AM build will introduce.
ADAS Testing Hardware in the Loop for Headlamp Control
Discover how to leverage hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing to evaluate your electronic control unit’s (ECU) response to multiple driving conditions and its interactions with OEM and third-party systems. -Share HIL test data with ADAS suppliers to increase system safety and reliability prior to physical prototyping.
Fluent 2021 R1 Accelerates Productivity in the A&D Industry
In this webinar we explore how aerospace engineers can boost productivity with exciting enhancements to Ansys Fluent in our latest release, Ansys 2021 R1. Through live demos that point to instructional tutorials, learn how Fluent’s new, proprietary numerics and thermal non-equilibrium model tackles hypersonic flow fields. We will also learn how Fluent’s task-based meshing workflows and Mosaic meshing technology reduce hands-on pre-processing time, including an all new workflow for overset mesh topologies. Join us to learn how Fluent can boost your day-to-day productivity: Improve convergence and accuracy of hypersonic flows with Fluent's new proprietary numerics and thermal non-equilibrium model. Reduce hands-on pre-processing time with Fluent Meshing’s task-based workflows, including an all-new workflow for overset mesh topologies. Speed up complex physics simulations with loosely coupled multi-domain conjugate heat transfer, new multiphase transition models and more.
HPPC Testing for ECM Modeling and Battery Analysis
Hybrid Pulse Power Characterization (HPPC) testing is intended to determine the dynamic power capability of batteries over the useable voltage range and can be used as a parameter identification method for battery simulations. Ansys has performed HPPC testing on two common lithium-ion batteries (18650 and 21700 cells) at different temperatures and for different pulse c-rates. This webinar showcases the HPPC testing procedure, the details of testing schedule, the post-processing and the results. • Learn how HPPC test data can be used to create an equivalent circuit model (ECM) of the battery. • Discover how ECM can be used to represent the dynamic behavior of a battery. • Understand how to simulate and analyze the voltage and current response versus time. • Explore how ECM can be used for battery electro-thermal coupled (ETC) analysis.
Ansys 2021 R1 Update: What's New in Ansys SpaceClaim
This webinar spotlights Ansys 2021 R1’s newest release of SpaceClaim, providing a deep dive look at its enhanced features for design modeling and model prep for simulation. We will highlight capabilities such as a new deviation probing tool that helps you make precise measurements when comparing two models. Additionally, we will discuss enhanced model visualization and showcase faster, more robust midsurfacing capabilities.
Ansys 2021 R1 Update: What's New in VRXPERIENCE Sound
This webinar spotlights the latest release of Ansys VRXPERIENCE Sound in Ansys 2021 R1, an enhanced acoustic experience focused on sound design for electric vehicles (EVs) with ASDforEV. We will also provide a detailed look at how 2021 R1 unites VRXPERIENCE Sound with Ansys Fluent to take aeroacoustic simulations to the next level. Understand how ASDforEV helps you perform active sound design for EVs. Learn how you can listen to your fluids simulations by connecting VRXPERIENCE Sound to Fluent. Discover how you can leverage Ansys VRXPERIENCE Sound Composer to combine sound recording measurements and acoustic simulation results. New features include: Active Sound Design for Electric Vehicles with ASDforEV Capacity to listen to your fluids simulations thanks to the connection with Ansys Fluent simulations Ability to combine sound recording measurements and acoustic simulation results, thanks to Sound Composer
Ansys 2021 R1: What’s New in Ansys Icepak — Mechanical Thermal Solution
Join us to learn about a new Ansys Mechanical design type — the Mechanical Thermal solution — now available inside Ansys Electronics Desktop (AEDT). This solution streamlines the workflow linking electromagnetic designs from Ansys HFSS, Ansys Maxwell and Ansys Q3D Extractor for quick thermal insight. Register to learn more about: How to use the new Mechanical Thermal solution to quickly connect to electromagnetic designs How to use the reduced order modeling (ROM) workflow with Icepak in AEDT How to take advantage of the enhanced network boundary conditions in Icepak Register for this webinar detailing all the significant advances in Icepak. Speaker: Jim Delap, Product Manager Bio: Jim DeLap is Director for Electronics product management at Ansys. He has worked in the microwave and RF community for over 25 years, and has a master's degree from the University of Virginia. He specializes in high-frequency and millimeter-wave IC and module design with further emphasis on thermal and electromagnetic effects in ICs and packages.
Ansys 2021 R1: Overset Meshing Update
This webinar will highlight all the major enhancements in Ansys Fluent for Overset meshing methods in Ansys 2021 R1, including: A new streamlined meshing workflow that accelerates the pre-processing time by orders of magnitude. A way to create the Overset meshes in a single meshing session, automatically refine mesh near overlap regions and utilize body of influence for volume refinement. A method for identifying orphans directly in the meshing workflow to allow immediate mesh size changes. The capability to combine dynamic mesh adaption and solution adaption with Overset meshing method. Solver improvements that generate 20-30% performance gains over previous releases.
Ansys 2021 R1 Update: What's New in Ansys optiSLang
Discover the latest enhancements in Ansys optiSLang in our latest release, Ansys 2021 R1, including: Better connection to CAx tools: Ansys optiSLang improves process integration by supporting the scheduler submit function in Ansys Electronics Desktop and Ansys HPC licensing. More efficient monitoring and workflow control: Better control and monitoring of the workflow through the new status overview function. Easy web-app building and publishing in Ansys Minerva integration allows enterprise-wide application of PIDO simulation workflows. Better product in less time: Benefit from more efficient algorithms as the reworked nature-inspired optimizers and Adaptive MOP now support single- and multi-objective optimization.
5G Design Innovation Through Simulation
With the progression of wireless communication networks from 4G to 5G, mobile networking is unlocking enormous benefits for businesses and consumers alike. Applications and business opportunities will soon become available that were previously beyond imagination. As the road to 5G and beyond presents significant challenges for technology providers, those who can offer timely solutions with the highest reliability stand to gain tremendous benefit and increase market share. This presentation showcases the past, present and future of mobile networking, and how the convergence of 5G, edge computing and artificial intelligence machine learning will change the industry landscape. Modeling and simulation will drive this revolution—particularly in combining the physics of electromagnetics, optical, thermal, mechanical, and materials. Additionally, digital twins for modeling wireless devices within virtualized, realistic, city-sized environments will reduce the need for costly prototypes and exploratory testing in physical installations.