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Dell EMC Ready Bundle for HPC Digital Manufacturing—ANSYS® Performance - White Paper

This technical white paper describes the performance of ANSYS® Fluent®, Mechanical™, and CFX™ on the Dell EMC Ready Bundle for HPC Digital Manufacturing, which was designed and configured specifically for Digital Manufacturing workloads, where Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) applications are critical for virtual product development. In addition, the architecture of the Dell EMC Ready Bundle for HPC Digital Manufacturing is detailed with the design considerations used for its creation.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: White Paper Date:
Product Name: ANSYS CFD, ANSYS Structural
Product Category: High Performance Computing


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Radar Cross Section and Scattering - Application Brief

The radar cross section is the measure of a target's ability to reflect radar signals in the direction of the radar receiver. Efficient modeling of the radar cross section (RCS) in ANSYS HFSS SBR+ can help determine or control proper radar signature characteristics of commercial and military platforms such as aircraft, ships, ballistic missiles, submarines, ground vehicles and satellites. Read this application brief to learn more.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Application Brief Date:
Product Name: ANSYS HFSS
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: Aerospace and Defense


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Functional Safety Analysis and Support for ISO 26262 for Automotive Applications - Webinar

Ensuring the functional safety of the automotive applications that you develop is of the utmost importance, but it is not an easy task. ANSYS medini analyze implements key safety analysis methods in one integrated tool, including the efficient and consistent execution of the safety-related activities that are required by applicable safety standards like ISO 26262 for automotive. The application scope ranges from the early conceptual phase through product development all the way to detailed analysis on the semiconductor level.

Join us for this webinar and learn:

  • The requirements for safety analysis and design according to ISO 26262 for E/E systems and software controlled safety-related functions
  • How to integrate architectural/functional design with methods for quality, reliability and functional safety analysis
  • Support of operational situation analysis, hazard and risk analysis, fault tree analysis (FTA), failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA), probabilistic analysis and hardware failure metrics
  • Quality analysis for product design and related processes according to SAE J1739, VDA quality handbook, etc.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS medini analyze
Product Category: Systems
Industry: Automotive


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Introduction to ANSYS Additive Print - Rapid Pre-print Simulation for Metals - Webinar

The new ANSYS Additive Print product eliminates the guesswork and hours of wasted time in additive manufacturing (AM). This easy-to-use, powerful stand-alone solution is essential for AM operators and designers who need to build parts right the first time.

Attend this webinar to learn how you can become more productive in your metal additive manufacturing process in just 1-2 days with Additive Print, which gives you the ability to predict:

  • The final shape of the printed part
  • Layer-by-layer distortion and stress
  • Optimal support structures
  • Potential blade crash

See how Additive Print can easily auto-correct your STL files to account for unwanted distortions and print the required shape that is up to your specifications, eliminating trial and error.

Why use ANSYS Additive Print?

  • Reduce physical trial-and-error experiments
  • Mitigate uncertainty
  • Design geometries for more accurate printing
  • Accelerate production
  • Gain confidence in prices quoted to customers
  • Reduce build failures for laser powder bed fusion

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Structures


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ANSYS 19 Discovery SpaceClaim Update - Webinar

In the latest release of our software, ANSYS 19, we’ve improved ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim’s core modeling technology so all users can have a better modeling experience. From user interface improvements and navigation changes to 3D printing enhancements, Discovery SpaceClaim continues to make modeling fun and easy.

Attend this ANSYS 19 Discovery SpaceClaim update webinar to learn about how these improvements can continue saving you time and money in your modeling efforts. We’ll talk about some of the latest features, functionality improvements, usability enhancements and speedups built in to SpaceClaim. If you’re a current SpaceClaim user, you’ll appreciate innovations in tools you no doubt use every day. If you are new to ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim, then you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the easy-to-use and intuitive experience we’ve included in this software. Register today, and prepare to be amazed.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS SpaceClaim, ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim


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Virtual Skis for Concrete Innovations and Real Victories - Webinar

As the international winter games in PyeongChang, South Korea, are coming to an end, it is time to reveal how leading innovators such as Skis Rossignol are accelerating and amplifying their innovations. To stay competitive year after year, athletes rely on the companies who supply their world-class equipment to adopt technologies that enable fast innovation. Producing the best ski design a week after the competition ends is of no use to a potential gold medal winner. Timing is of the essence.

That is why innovators like Skis Rossignol are using the game-changing simulation tool ANSYS Discovery Live to get instantaneous simulation results early during the concept and design phase, when accuracy of results is less important than having a quick, but reliable, ballpark idea. Join this webinar to learn how Discovery Live is helping this world-class ski manufacturer to innovate faster by testing more ideas in a much shorter timeframe.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Discovery Live
Product Category: Structures
Sub Industry: Sport and Leisure, Sports


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Multiphysics Reliability Signoff for Next-Generation Automotive Electronics Systems - Webinar

Design for reliability is a key consideration for the successful use of next-generation systems-on-chip (SoCs) in ADAS, infotainment and other critical automotive electronics systems. The SoCs manufactured with TSMC’s 16FFC process are advanced multicore designs with significantly higher levels of integration, functionality and operating speed. These SoCs must meet the rigorous requirements for automotive electronics functional safety and reliability.

Working together, ANSYS and TSMC have defined workflows that enable electromigration, thermal and ESD verification and signoff across the design chain (IP to SoC to package to system). Within the comprehensive workflows, multiphysics simulations capture the various failure mechanisms and provide signoff confidence not only to guarantee first-time product success, but also to ensure regulatory compliance.

Attend this ANSYS and TSMC webinar to learn about ANSYS’ chip-package-system reliability signoff solutions for creating robust and reliable electronics systems for next-generation automotive applications, and to explore case studies based on TSMC’s N16FFC technology.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: Automotive


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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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