IIT Bombay Racing Case Study
IIT Bombay Racing is India’s premier Formula Student team and hence the expectations are always high. The development of a lightweight mounting structure for a Formula Student car’s rear wing comes with its own set of challenges due to the position of the wing relative to the chassis. Despite using composite materials to make these parts, there is always room for reduction in the component weight through structural simulation. An intelligent weight-optimization tool, with an ability to import parts from Solidworks, was needed. We chose Ansys Mechanical for our topology optimization simulations, with great success.
Placing Antennas with Ansys HFSS SBR+ Simulation
Application areas like 5G and radar systems often require the simulation of antenna placement on large vehicles and buildings. This is usually a challenging task due to the geometry size versus wavelength tradeoffs and the complexity of the model geometry. Asymptotic solvers are known to be a solution for these applications. In this webinar, the highly accurate shooting and bouncing ray (SBR+) method within Ansys HFSS will be presented as an advanced solution. A live demonstration will spotlight how it can be combined in a hybrid simulation approach with finite-element boundary integral (FEBI) domains or reading in far-field or near-field sources. Additionally, key post-processing capabilities and recommended solver settings will be discussed.
5G Design Innovation Through Simulation
With the progression of wireless communication networks from 4G to 5G, mobile networking is unlocking enormous benefits for businesses and consumers alike. Applications and business opportunities will soon become available that were previously beyond imagination. As the road to 5G and beyond presents significant challenges for technology providers, those who can offer timely solutions with the highest reliability stand to gain tremendous benefit and increase market share. This presentation showcases the past, present and future of mobile networking, and how the convergence of 5G, edge computing and artificial intelligence machine learning will change the industry landscape. Modeling and simulation will drive this revolution—particularly in combining the physics of electromagnetics, optical, thermal, mechanical, and materials. Additionally, digital twins for modeling wireless devices within virtualized, realistic, city-sized environments will reduce the need for costly prototypes and exploratory testing in physical installations.
Gator Motor Sports Gains Real-World Experience as an Ansys Sponsored Student Team
By using Ansys software, University of Florida’s Gator Motor Sports student team was able to design a better Formula SAE car while gaining valuable, real-world simulation experience. Learn how this team utilized Ansys solutions throughout their race car design. Interested in Ansys sponsoring your team?
War Eagle Motorsports Uses Ansys to Design a Faster Formula SAE Car
Auburn University’s War Eagle Motorsports student team utilizes Ansys in a variety of ways to design a strong, fast and light racecar. They use Ansys Discovery Live, Ansys Mechanical and Ansys CFD products to improve their design year-over-year. Interested in Ansys sponsoring your team?
UNCC Student Team Designs a Lighter Formula SAE Car with Ansys Mechanical
To design a light Formula SAE racecar, Ansys was the clear choice for UNC Charlotte’s 49ers Racing student team. Learn the role Ansys played in helping this team design a better, lighter car. Interested in Ansys sponsoring your team?
UConn Formula SAE Optimizes Frame Rigidity Using Ansys Mechanical
The UConn Formula SAE team used Ansys Mechanical to improve the stiffness of their race car’s frame for better handling. Learn how Ansys helped these students make informed and reliable design decisions. Interested in Ansys sponsoring your competitive student team?
HyperXite Uses Ansys Discovery to Design a Safe Hyperloop Pod
HyperXite, an undergraduate team from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), relies on Ansys Discovery during early design exploration for the SpaceX Hyperloop competition. Learn more about Ansys’ role in the safe and reliable design of HyperXite’s Hyperloop pod. Interested in Ansys sponsoring your competitive student team?
EVNAT Revolutionizes Fluid Storage with the Use of Ansys Tools
Using the Ansys Startup Program’s Structural and Fluids Bundle, EVNAT created a jet mixing device for tanks to store liquid media in large volumes.
Team Bath Racing uses Ansys Software to provide Accurate FEA and CFD Data and Analytics
Team Bath Racing uses Ansys engineering simulations to reduce design time and the need for costly prototyping and physical testing.
Using Ansys Granta Material Data Simulation (MDS) with Ansys Electronics Desktop - One Minute Demo
Using Ansys Granta Material Data Simulation (MDS) with Ansys Electronics Desktop
Using Ansys Granta Material Data Simulation (MDS) with Ansys Fluent - One Minute Demo
Using Ansys Granta Material Data Simulation (MDS) with Ansys Fluent