Making the Best in Class Even Better
As new technology trends emerge and industry needs evolve, ANSYS Mechanical will remain the world’s most innovative mechanical simulation solution and the industry standard for years to come.
Structure a New Industry Standard
Recent updates to ANSYS Mechanical have made it even faster, more powerful and more capable of solving complex problems like fracture and acoustics. In
addition, an enhanced user interface speeds adoption and simplifies
common tasks — making the entire engineering team more productive.
Serving Up a Stronger Server
IBM found that the measurements they obtain when conducting physical drop tests of expensive servers are almost the same as simulated drop-test results obtained using ANSYS LS-DYNA.
Automating the Daily Grind
To develop a computerized numerical control machine that could run autonomously with no human intervention for 50 hours, ANCA Machine Tools engineers turned to ANSYS Mechanical simulations for help.
AUTOMATED DESIGN ANALYSIS
Driving Down Time to Market
Danfoss A/S, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of AC drives, is dramatically reducing time to market for its new AC drives using ANSYS Sherlock.
Means of Support for Additive Manufacturing
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh developed a much faster, simpler approach to simulate stresses and deformations experienced by metal additive manufacturing support structures, making it practical to use lattice-based topology optimization to make the supports lighter to reduce manufacturing costs and time.
Reducing the Strain of Additive Manufacturing
As additive manufacturing’s popularity surges, reliability issues that lead to part failure still linger. Leveraging ANSYS Additive Print, Rosswag engineers determine strain prior to printing to eliminate distortion, stress and blade crashes, and reduce the number of builds.
Gliding Farther and Faster
To reduce the drag on the wings of a sailplane (glider) so it could go faster and farther, engineers needed to shave a small amount of surface area from the wing. This complex task involved fluid, structural and composite material challenges that had to be solved in parallel and which could only be done using engineering simulation.
The Road Ahead: Simulating Scooter and Motorcycle Design
As a leading manufacturer of two- and three-wheeled vehicles, the Piaggio Group is constantly improving safety and customer satisfaction. Engineers routinely use simulation software to optimize engine design. Now, the engineering team is evaluating a multibody dynamic solution that incorporates rigid and flexible solvers.
OIL AND GAS
Taking Control of ECUs with ANSYS SCADE
For nearly a decade, Subaru has relied on ANSYS SCADE solutions to develop the software code that underlies the electronic control units (ECUs) for its electric car program.
Stability Under Pressure
EDRMedeso used structural simulation to help oil and gas companies better understand how the sea floor interacts with pile structures to save costs.