Safety of the Intended Functionality: How Ansys Can Help You Meet This New Standard for Autonomous Vehicles
A new standard, ISO 21448, will soon be introduced to identify and address performance shortfalls that occur even in the absence of a system failure. This new standard, Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF), raises the bar by ensuring that every component works as designed and that its design is adequate to fulfil its intended goal with sufficient performance. While the new SOTIF standard requires a higher level of engineering, Ansys can help. With a full range of safety analysis and engineering simulation solutions, Ansys enables autonomous vehicle development teams to build flawless performance into their designs from the earliest stages ― and verify that performance before vehicles ever hit the road.
Navigating Safety of the Intended Functionality for ADAS and AV Systems
What if components ― sensors, for example ― are working as designed, but are falling short under real-world conditions and creating hazardous conditions? A new standard, ISO/PAS 21448 (“Road vehicles — Safety of the intended functionality” (SOTIF)), identifies and addresses performance shortfalls in autonomous vehicle systems that occur even in the absence of a system failure. The SOTIF standard raises the safety bar by ensuring that all components (e.g., sensors, perception algorithms) are not only working as designed, but also appropriately designed to perform their intended function under all conditions. This webinar will demonstrate how manufacturers can easily navigate the systematic identification, evaluation and subsequent risk mitigation of these hazards — in compliance with SOTIF — by combining Ansys medini analyze with Ansys SCADE Vision. Medini analyze identifies weaknesses and casual effects, while SCADE Vision validates perception software and automatically detects “edge cases.”
Relativity Space Enabled by the Ansys Startup Program
Relativity Space is the first company to 3D print an entire rocket. Their vision is to print rockets from raw materials to a launch ready vehicle in less than 60 days. Ansys simulation has been a key part of the manufacturing and design chain at Relativity Space since they started with 2 people in 2015, and has scaled with their present team of over 100 people. They have sped up the testing process by doing more in the virtual domain to build a better product the first time. Learn more about the Ansys Startup Program at https://www.ansys.com/startups.
Hiring ANSYS Trained Engineers from the Industry Perspective
Hear why Relativity engineers and the company’s co-founder and CTO, Jordan Noone, believe ANSYS simulation experience makes a world of difference when it comes to hiring. Learn more at https://www.ansys.com/academic.
Better Designs for Supersonic Business Jets
Learn how Ansys is helping the A&D industry prepare a new chapter in supersonic commercial aircraft design. This presentation summarizes external aero nearfield sonic boom prediction on the NASA X-59 geometry as presented at the AIAA Sonic Boom workshop. We also discuss the Ansys supersonic panel flutter capability. Comparisons to NASA wind tunnel data are included. The NASA X-59 QueSST (Quiet Supersonic Transport) https://www.nasa.gov/specials/X59/ is undergoing final assembly right now. Flights in 2021 and 2022 are expected to demonstrate that advanced shaping of aircraft can reduce the supersonic boom to negligible levels. Join us and gain insight on how advances in simulation are enabling a new era in civilian flight.
Mixed Flow Regime Modeling in Ansys Fluent
In the oil and gas sector, CFD modeling of mixed flow regimes and regime transitions in gas–liquid systems and gas–liquid flows often involves transient patterns, such as slug flow, annular flow, etc. These conditions often occur when more than one flow topology —droplet, bubbly or separated flows — exist. Such mixed flow regimes are more pronounced when the flow path involves bends, junctions and inclines. These flows can often involve regime transitions as well. The ability to predict mixed flows reliably is crucial for flow assurance and nuclear safety. In this webinar, we discuss the recent advances in mixed flow regime modeling in Ansys Fluent, namely AIAD and GenTOP models. We discuss the background and applications of these models, then show examples of each.
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Ansys Maxwell 19 Product Update
ANSYS Maxwell is our low-frequency electromagnetic field solver focused on the design of electric motors, actuators, transformers and other electromechanical devices. In ANSYS 19, Maxwell has been upgraded to include the modern look and feel of a ribbon-based interface. In addition, new advanced analysis and automation features have been added for electric machine design. An integrated motor design toolkit and automated motor efficiency maps aid design set up and post-processing of transient electromagnetic solutions. In this webinar, we will demonstrate how Maxwell has been upgraded with the new capability to simulate the effects of the manufacturing process on electrical steel. The electromagnetic characteristics of electrical steel change as they go through the process of forming core laminations through mechanical cutting or laser cutting. These characteristic changes can affect the simulated performance of the device. Join us to learn how our new algorithm ensures higher simulation accuracy of devices that utilize laminated cores, such as motors and transformers, and eliminates the need to manually calibrate the simulation with physical measurements. View this webinar detailing all the significant advancements in Maxwell.