Visit us at Booth #401 at the Norway Exhibition and Convention Center
You've already solved your easy problems. Now, only the toughest challenges remain. But even the hardest problems can be solved using ANSYS engineering simulation solutions.
Count on ANSYS to design your turbo and power products with the highest levels of efficiency, reliability and durability — and the lowest emissions and noise levels — while reducing development time and costs. With ANSYS, you'll get your innovations to market faster than you ever thought possible.
Meet our experts to learn more about:
- State-of-the-art simulation technologies that support advances in sustainability, fuel cells, nuclear power, energy storage and turbomachinery
- Turbomachinery-specific design and modeling tools, including gas turbine combustion and rotordynamics
- Extensions to Transient Blade Row methods that improve productivity by 10 times or more and expand your investigative scope within design cycle constraints
- Enhancements to high-fidelity aeromechanics that give you better and faster insight into the mechanical reliability and durability of turbomachinery
Try Discovery Live in Our Booth
ANSYS Discovery Live is an environment that provides instantaneous simulation, tightly coupled with direct geometry modeling, to enable interactive design exploration. Supporting common fluids, structural and thermal simulation applications, it allows engineers to experiment with design ideas and see instant feedback from their changes.
A Pragmatic Approach to CFD: Best Practices for Industrial Flows and Turbomachinery
Join us for this information-packed 90-minute tutorial of basics presentation.
Tuesday, June 12, 11:15 - 12:45
Robin Steed, CFX Developer, ANSYS, Inc.
Thorsten Hansen, ISimQ Gmbh
CFD has an increasingly important role in the turbomachinery design or analysis process. While computational models are capable of a great accuracy, the human effort and computational cost may unnecessarily strain resources or place CFD beyond practical requirements. Understanding and managing uncertainty is key to successful, high-quality CFD simulations, whether you are using CFD for preliminary design or detailed analysis purposes. This tutorial will inform you about sources of uncertainty in CFD, particularly those which are under your control. It will help you to implement best practices so that simulation and uncertainty level targets can be managed and quantified, ensuring the quality your process requires.
Exhibit Hall Stage Presentations
Simulation Innovations Speed Turbomachinery Design and Analysis
Tuesday, June 12, 1:00 - 1:30
Andre Braune, Technical Account Manager, ANSYS, Inc.
The ANSYS TurboSystem includes turbomachinery-specific design and modeling tools, including gas turbine combustion and rotordynamics so you can design for the highest levels of efficiency, reliability and durability. Learn how recent advances including harmonic analysis, rotordynamics and combustion can help you accelerate the design and optimization of turbomachinery.
Use of Simulation in Additive Manufacturing
Wednesday, June 13, 1:00 - 1:30
Dave Conover, Corporate Fellow, ANSYS, Inc.
Additive manufacturing (also called 3D printing) is turning the manufacturing world on its head. The ability to produce previously impossible shapes and manufacture parts that use less material than ever before have companies eager to get involved. Learn how simulation using ANSYS Additive Suite helps you to detect and prevent distortion, residual stresses and blade crashes. Discover how simulation can determine the optimal process parameters and explore materials by simulating phase changes, microstructures and thermomechanical properties.
Simulation-Based Digital Twins can Improve Product and Process Performance
Wednesday, June 13, 3:15 - 3:45
Ahmad Hadari, Director, Industry Marketing, ANSYS, Inc.
Simulation has long been an integral part of the product development process. It greatly improves product performance, reduces development costs and gets the product to market faster. The technologies that underpin the Internet of Things now make it possible to go a step further by integrating simulation with products as they exist and operate in the real world. Learn how simulation-based digital twins will help companies analyze smart machines in real-world operating conditions and make informed decisions that will improve their performance far above what is possible today. This opens up a whole new era in value creation for companies to optimize operations and maintenance, and further accelerate the new product development process.
Conference Paper Presentations
Modelling Strategies to Obtain the Forcing Function for a Forced Response Analysis
Stuart Connel, GE Global Research
Laith Zori, Sunil Patel, ANSYS, Inc.
Influence or Rotor-Stator Interaction and Reflecting Boundary Conditions on Compressor Forced Response
Zhiping Mao, Tianyu Pan, Shreyas Hegde, Robert E. Kielb
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Duke University
Laith Zori, Rubens Campregher, ANSYS, Inc.
Experimental and Numerical Characterization of Transonic Compressor Subjected to Inlet Distortion
Mark H. Ross, Andrew Oliva, Vicente Jerez Fidalgo, Ryan T. Kelly, Aleksandar Jemcov, Notre Dame Turbomachinery Laboratory
William Holmes, Laith Zori, ANSYS, Inc.
Investigation of Extinction and Reignition Events using the Flamelet Generated Manifold Model
Hossam Elasrag, Shaoping Li, ANSYS, Inc.