ANSYS Advantage - Volume XII, Issue 1, 2018

ANSYS Advantage - Volume XII, Issue 1, 2018

Spotlight on Autonomous Vehicles

Before they can be successfully launched onto real-world highways and into actual skies, autonomous vehicles must be exhaustively tested and certified for safe operation. But how can this rigorous testing take place for such complex products, while still meeting ambitious deadlines — and delivering a healthy profit margin? Engineering simulation is the answer.

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  • EDITORIAL

    The Future is Self-Driven

    Designing autonomous vehicles for safety and reliability represents an engineering challenge without precedence.
  • PERVASIVE ENGINEERING SIMULATION

    Simulation Redefined

    Today, simulation must be used daily, on every product and across the entire product lifecycle, to study and improve every aspect of performance.
  • BEST PRACTICES

    Navigating Toward Full Autonomy

    Engineering simulation is critical in the drive toward fully autonomous vehicles.
  • SOFTWARE AND ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT

    Drive Safely

    It is impossible to program a computer to handle every possible driving scenario, so today’s autonomous driving systems feature programs that learn and think like human beings.
  • SEMICONDUCTOR SIMULATION

    Safe Travels

    With the safety of a vehicle’s occupants increasingly dependent on electronics, engineering simulation is vital to avoid failure
  • SENSOR SIMULATION

    On the Radar

    Autoliv uses ANSYS electromagnetic simulation software to evaluate radar integration scenarios to pioneer reliable systems and avoid costly design revisions.
  • SENSOR SIMULATION

    Autonomy on Roadways and Railways

    Autodrive develops technology that uses plastic code markers on roads and rail tracks to precisely locate a vehicle to increase safety and traffic capacity.
  • SENSOR SIMULATION

    Autonomous Vehicle Radar: Improving Radar Performance with Simulation

    Ensuring that automotive radar systems operate reliably and provide accurate input to the control system requires use of advanced engineering simulation.
  • MANUFACTURING

    Simulation and Additive Manufacturing Speed Tooling Design

    Senior Flexonics engineers validated tooling to manufacture finned tubes for a new compact liquid/air heat exchanger using ANSYS solutions.
  • AUTOMOTIVE

    A Window into Automotive Noise

    At Corning, engineers combined aerodynamic and vibro-acoustic analysis in ANSYS Workbench to determine how glazing can help control interior noise.
  • OIL AND GAS

    Sure Footing for Onshore Drilling Sites

    The time to develop new boxes to raise equipment and workers over waterlogged areas has been reduced by 90 percent.
  • OIL AND GAS

    Designing Modular Wellheads

    Leveraging ANSYS simulation to evaluate design alternatives for a wellhead component, WEFIC reduced development time by about 80 percent.
  • CONSTRUCTION

    Turn Up the Heat in a Rooftop Heating Unit

    Using simulation to design a rooftop heating unit that meets that meets energy efficiency goals saved 60 to 80 hours of testing.
  • NEWS

    Simulation in the News

    A roundup of news items featuring simulation

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