ANSYS Advantage Issue 2, 2019
Spotlight on Fluids
To leverage pervasive engineering simulation, every engineer must have access to simulation throughout design, testing and operation processes. To do this effectively means eliminating bottlenecks. Recent advances in computational fluid dynamics have reduced these bottlenecks for engineers, whether they are recent graduates or world-class simulations experts. This issue of ANSYS Advantage describes these advances and reveals how organizations around the world benefit from this technology.
EDITORIALImprove Workflow, Improve Productivity
An intuitive workflow makes software tools more accessible, leading to increased productivity and profits.
BEST PRACTICESGet the Most Out of the ANSYS Fluent Task-Based Workflow
Following some easy best practices within the workflow can make using ANSYS Fluent even smoother for both experts and novices.
AUTOMOTIVEUp to Speed
Ferrari Competizioni GT leverages next-level, automated meshing capabilities from ANSYS to increase its simulation productivity by 300% — placing new designs on the track in a fraction of the time required previously.
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENTA Breakthrough in Air-Cooled Steam Condensers
EVAPCO, Inc., developed an entirely new heat exchanger configuration that maximizes heat transfer, minimizes pressure drop, and constrains energy consumption and costs.
OIL AND GASWhen the Pressure Is On: Preventing Well Blowouts
Researchers determined what kept blowout preventers from deploying during an offshore well catastrophe.
ENERGYGenerating Hydrogen for Energy Storage
ANSYS CFD aids engineers in developing an energy storage solution using hydrogen.
COMBUSTIONRewriting the Formula for Fireworks
By leveraging simulation to reduce the amount of smoke, fireworks displays can be brighter and more dynamic.
MANUFACTURINGCFD for Injection Molding
Schneider Electric engineers have validated the use of ANSYS CFD software for mold-filling simulation.
CONSUMER GOODSFlush with Innovation
A global leader in bathroom products relies on engineering simulation to reduce time and costs in product development.
HEAVY EQUIPMENTHeating Up Off-Road Vehicle Cabins
Engineers can improve cabin comfort for off-road vehicle operators by leveraging CFD.
ENERGYEnergizing Generator Designs
Leveraging ANSYS simulation and an improved workflow, INDAR engineers improve generator design accuracy and accelerate all stages of their simulation.
SOLUTIONSSmoother Transitions with Mosaic Meshing
ANSYS Mosaic meshing technology results in faster simulations with greater solution accuracy while using less RAM.
SEMICONDUCTORSEarly Simulation Avoids Chip Burn
Qualcomm engineers were able to identify and fix redundant switching in their GPU to improve the power efficiency of key design blocks by 10%.
SOLUTIONSPowering the Cloud-Based HPC Revolution
ANSYS Cloud allows engineers to model and develop their products faster than ever and to expedite the path to market.
ACADEMICDeveloping the Next Generation of Automotive Engineers
The University of Applied Sciences at Kempton is helping to develop the disruptive automotive technologies of tomorrow and the engineers who will deliver them.
NEWSSimulation in the News
A roundup of news items featuring simulation