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In-silico Modeling of the Patient-specific Heart - Webinar

The predictive modeling of cardiac mechanics to accurately reproduce the heart’s functionality and response to external disturbances remains a challenging task. The need to assess multiple physical domains — structural mechanics, fluid dynamics and electrophysiology — places high demands on numerical solution strategies.

We will present a high-resolution, 3-D, nonlinear finite element model of patient-specific heart geometries and function. The model includes an active material law prescribing the ventricular contraction along a generic muscle fiber orientation and a passive component that captures the highly anisotropic nonlinear behavior of the myocardium.

By coupling the structural model with the ventricular blood compartments, which act as zero-dimensional fluid representations of the cardiovascular system, we can model venous return by assuring conservation of volume within the closed loop circulatory system. The resulting monolithic, multifield system of equations, provides a physiologically meaningful solution of heart contraction mechanics for in silico modeling of medical device and novel disease treatment.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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Learning From Cycling Aerodynamics to Improve Speed Skating: Similarities and Differences - Webinar

It is not obvious that the sports of competitive cycling and speedskating have anything in common, until you look at the aerodynamics of cyclists and skaters. In each case, the lead athlete does more work in cutting through the air currents, while trailing athletes can experience some negative or positive effects of the leader’s wake. Previous CFD studies have demonstrated the various effects of “drafting” off a lead cyclist in the Tour de France and other competitions.

In this webinar, we will apply the lessons learned from cycling to speedskating through ANSYS CFD studies. Watch to discover unexpected aerodynamic interactions between skaters competing against each other. We will also investigate the effects of specific skinsuit designs worn by the skaters to reduce air resistance, using both CFD and wind tunnel tests. Learn how CFD simulation, validated by experiments, can reveal formerly unknown aerodynamic effects and contribute to improved suit designs.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Sub Industry: Sport and Leisure, Sports


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Simulation Evaluates Flame Characteristics of a Vertical Cylindrical Crude Heater Increasing Heater Efficiency

AG Furnace Improvements sought to increase the processing capacity of its crude heater, while maintaining optimal tube metal temperatures. Using ANSYS Fluent, it analyzed the flame characteristics and temperature distribution within the heater to meet its design objectives.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Case Study Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluids


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Vector and ANSYS

Vector, a business startup, is addressing the small spacecraft market for launch vehicles. Because everything must shrink down when you are creating a nanosatellite launcher, engineers were challenged to scale everything while optimizing for a smaller class of payload. They leveraged ANSYS for all of the various fluid flows of the rocket engine including analysis of hot combustion gases in the engine as well as the various cold cryogenic liquids flowing into the engine to understand how they interact with the materials around them. ANSYS offered the best range of simulation tools through their Startup Program for this new company. It allowed them to have all of their tools in one spot and quickly run through analyses and use the results to make an immediate impact. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/startups

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Testimonials Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD
Industry: Aerospace and Defense
Sub Industry: Space


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Chipping Away at Functional Safety Flaws in Automotive Electronics - White Paper

Today’s automobiles are packed with electronics. From autonomous driving support and infotainment systems to mission-critical functions like braking, a car’s performance depends on the reliability of these electronics systems. While the semiconductors that lie at the heart of these systems have been not been a focus in the past, today their reliability is coming under closer scrutiny by both the automotive industry and government regulators. A key automotive standard, ISO 26262, is being updated to consider the safe performance of all semiconductor components. How will automotive systems engineers meet this tougher standard — and address functional safety concerns down to the chip level? It’s clear that they can no longer rely on manual analysis and consumer software tools like Excel. What’s needed is a new solution for mapping semiconductor designs to the key functions they support within the vehicle — and ensuring that semiconductors will perform flawlessly to support consistent vehicle performance and outstanding passenger safety.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Industry: Automotive


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ANSYS Discovery AIM - ANSYS 19 Update - Video

In ANSYS 19, Discovery AIM is full of enhancements making it easier and faster to simulate real world conditions. We’ve packed in several enhancements to the structural, fluids, and electromagnetic engineering simulation workflows that will improve your productivity and give you more accurate results. Improved topology optimization, support for spring connections, integration to ANSYS Discovery Live, porous media directions, and support for stranded conductors are a few improvements you’ll see highlighted in this video. For more information, please visit ansys.com/aim

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Video Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery AIM


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Design Analysis and Process Improvement in Stable Bleaching Powder Reactor - Case Study

Aditya Birla Science and Technology Company (ABSTC) Pvt. Ltd., Navi Mumbai, India, manufactures Stable Bleaching Powder (SBP) by chlorination of hydrated lime, which involves aerating an SBP solids bed with chlorine gas. Engineers used ANSYS CFX to simulate the process and reduced the loss of valuable solids by up to 70 percent.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Case Study Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFX
Product Category: Electronics - Cooling
Industry: Materials and Chemical Processing


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ANSYS Discovery - Brochure

The ANSYS Discovery product line enables rapid design exploration through simulation. Engineers at all levels will discover new ideas, cycle through more design iterations in less time, collaborate with colleagues and vendors and, ultimately, design better products faster.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Brochure Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery AIM, ANSYS Discovery Live, ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim


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Astec and ANSYS Discovery

The performance of an asphalt plant depends upon the interaction of many different processes. Astec has made substantial improvements in its ability to accurately simulate these different processes, generating large quantities of disparate data whose impact on the design issues at hand is often difficult to understand. Astec brings meaning to this data by combining results from different simulation tools and different design alternatives. Animations, graphs and explanatory text are merged into a single composite image using ANSYS EnSight. This gives the decision-maker everything he or she needs to know to improve product performance. In this case study video you will see how one of their engineers used ANSYS Discovery to test several design iterations and finalize a solution, much faster than they otherwise could have done.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Testimonials Date:
Product Name: ANSYS EnSight, ANSYS Discovery Live
Industry: Automotive


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Bioana - Computer Simulations for Better and Faster-to-market Products in Mexico’s Medical Devices Industry - Case Study

As part of the ANSYS Startup Program, Bioana develops medical devices — including the first coronary bifurcated stent produced in Mexico — using ANSYS CFX, ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim and ANSYS Mechanical.

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Product Name: ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS CFX, ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim
Industry: Healthcare - BioMed


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