Real-time Optical Simulation for Reliable and Innovative Automotive Lighting Designs
From lighting to sensors to vision, optical components are playing a crucial role in vehicle safety and comfort. Validated against CIE 171:2006, Ansys SPEOS is used by automotive engineers to design, validate and optimize their optical components. Attend this webinar to learn how SPEOS predicts the illumination and optical performance of systems, for both interior and exterior lighting, to help engineers reduce development time and costs while improving their product’s accuracy. Learn how to improve exterior lighting to enhance driver safety and visual comfort. Understand how SPEOS supports advanced and high-end interior lighting component development. Discover how SPEOS helps determine key visual aspects, analyze reflections and enhance visibility. Explore how SPEOS highlights the driver’s head-up display (HUD) system from the driver’s viewpoint. Learn how SPEOS assesses camera and LIDAR raw signals in an integrated environment, applies electronic post-processing and evaluates sensor layouts. Receive expert insights on how SPEOS’ optical library improves the realism and accuracy of physics-based simulation modeling for autonomous driving.
Ansys Mechanical 2020: A faster, easier solution for structural and FE Simulations
Ansys Mechanical is Ansys' flagship product for advanced structural and thermal FE simulation. Trusted by thousands of engineers around the world, it delivers functionality to move companies beyond CAD-embedded FE solutions through to addressing their toughest simulation applications. Loaded with an ever-increasing set of advanced simulation and HPC capabilities but delivered in a highly productive, easy-to-use GUI environment, Ansys Mechanical allows advanced FEA to be done faster and easier across the team from multi-tasking engineers to "FE analysts". Due to this compelling mix of functionality and productivity, more and more companies are turning to Ansys Mechanical for their high-end FEA requirements. Please join our 60-webinar "ANSYS Mechanical 2020: A faster, easier and more productive solution to solve your company's toughest structural and toughest FE simulation applications" featuring: an introduction to the capabilities of Ansys Mechanical FE simulation workflow compression through connectivity to MCAD, tools for geometry preparation, HPC, parametrisation and optimisation. a product demonstration of Ansys Mechanical
Ansys Cloud Datasheet
Have you ever driven a car at the speed limit on a highway and wished you could run it full out on a racetrack with no speed limit? Ansys Cloud removes the speed limit for your simulations while also giving you a wider track for more throughput. It gives you access to unlimited HPC with no server limitations, so you can experience HPC as easy as it should be!
Predicting Battery Failure with Ansys Simulation
Battery packs are an integral part of the electrification and electric vehicle revolution. Battery crash is an important event with respect to battery design and crash response, which plays a crucial role. An electric car can catch fire a while after an accident because minor accidents can act as abuse events for battery packs. Battery abuse is an intricately complex problem and involves different physics at different scales. The coupled nature of the physics requires using structural, electrochemistry, electrical and thermal solvers to get insights and analyze designs. In this webinar, you will: Gain an understanding of accurate, standalone physics solutions as well as integrated multiphysics solvers to capture the coupled behavior Learn about simulation models available for leveraging multiphysics solver with Ansys LS-DYNA. Integrating a multiphysics simulation solution into your product design process can accelerate the virtual verification of design, shorten design cycles and optimize battery packs for new vehicles. Join us for this webinar to understand battery behavior under normal operating conditions and abuse conditions to optimize battery designs with Ansys LS-DYNA. Speaker Name: Mukul Atri, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys
Predicting Laminar-Turbulent Transition with Low-Cost Methods
The reliable prediction of laminar-turbulent transition is one of the key physics challenges in the simulation and design of aeronautical components and systems. Transition can have a substantial effect on overall performance and safety margins of airplanes. Historically, transition prediction was based on solving stability equations, which track the evolution of instability modes to the point of non-linear breakdown. Even more fundamental — and thereby substantially more expensive — are methods based on non-linear stability analysis or sufficiently resolved LES/DNS. Ansys’ development group has focused on the opposite end of the methods spectrum — namely RANS-based approaches. These add minimal computational expense to costly CFD simulations, which are fully compatible with highly parallelized solver technology. This webinar will spotlight such methods and discuss the latest extension of the underlying LCTM (Local-Correlation-based Transition Modeling) concept to an algebraic formulation for the aerospace and defense industry.
Active Sound Design for Electric Vehicles
This webinar will introduce you to ASDforEV, a tool that enables you to test and finely tune active sound design candidates for electric or quiet ICE vehicles, in real driving conditions. This tool covers a wide range of sound functions, organized into five axes: SAF – Speed Acceleration Feedback; AVAS – Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System; Ambiance; ADAS – Advanced Driver Assistance System; and HMI – Human Machine Interaction. With ASDforEV you can: Assess active sounds triggered from a real vehicle’s CAN bus, a driving simulator or manually Modify their gains, pitches, repetition rates and spatial positioning relative to various driving parameters, such as speed or RPM Adjust and evaluate their harmony and the overall atmosphere they create Easily switch between complete sound sets to efficiently compare different driving modes, atmospheres, moods, etc., at the click of button Set up a multichannel audio configuration (up to 12 speakers) to enable 3D sound playback for high-end sound rendering Speakers:Milan Redon // Antoine Minard
How Ansys and NI came together to solve ADAS/AD HIL validation
Find out why HIL is so important to autonomous vehicle testing and discover a comprehensive and scalable closed-loop simulation tool chain for ADAS/AV Join this webinar to hear about how Ansys and National Instruments came together to create a streamlined development process to smoothly progress from virtual simulation to hardware- and vehicle-in-the-loop simulation
Digital Safety Workshop 2020
Ensuring that a product performs safely and securely as desired — even as its complexity grows — remains a complicated process. To meet these challenging requirements, you must validate your product across four key product development areas: functional safety and security, safe software, and systems simulation and virtual perception and testing. Ansys’ software solutions help guarantee that you satisfy these core areas of focus in parallel using simulation and validation. The Ansys Digital Safety Workshop will deliver visionary insights on functional safety, embedded systems and software and systems simulation and testing, applied to sectors including automotive, aerospace and defense and many more. This action-packed two-day event includes customer presentations and workshops. Global industry leaders will spotlight numerous topics including: Achieving standard compliance for ISO 26262, DO-178C, ARP4754A & ARP4761 Using an end-to-end autonomous vehicles development tool chain Conducting safety-critical embedded software development Overcoming safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) challenges Performing closed-loop simulation utilizing virtual reality applications Executing systematic cyber security threat identification and analysis
Computational Fluid Dynamics Solutions with AMD EPYC 7Fx2 Processors and Ansys CFX
AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 processors bring high frequencies and very highs ratios of cache per core to the 2nd Gen EPYC family of processors. EPYC 7Fx2 processors build on the large memory capacity, extreme memory bandwidth and massive I/O of the 2nd Gen EPYC family to deliver exceptional HPC workload performance. This paper describes the excellent performance of these chips in running Ansys CFX computational fluid dynamics simulations.
Bringing Intelligent Headlamps to Light via Simulation
Once seen as a basic, utilitarian product feature, today automotive headlamps are becoming much more innovative — and a critical source of competitive differentiation. Intelligent headlamps, which autonomously produce adaptive light beams, are capturing the imagination of the world’s automakers and consumers alike. But how can automotive engineering teams verify the performance of their complex headlamp designs, which incorporate optics, sensors and embedded software controls, under every possible driving condition? The answer lies in engineering simulation. Ansys offers a complete modeling and simulation package for intelligent headlamps, including Ansys SPEOS for optics development, Ansys SCADE for software design and Ansys VRXPERIENCE for virtual nighttime road testing.
Maximizing Ansys LS-DYNA Performance with AMD EPYC 7Fx2 Processors
AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 processors bring high frequencies and very highs ratios of cache per core to the 2nd Gen EPYC family of processors. EPYC 7Fx2 processors build on the large memory capacity, extreme memory bandwidth and massive I/O of the 2nd Gen EPYC family to deliver exceptional HPC workload performance. This paper describes the excellent performance of these chips in running Ansys LS-DYNA computational fluid dynamics simulations.
Ansys Fluent and AMD EPYC 7Fx2 Processors
AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 processors bring high frequencies and very highs ratios of cache per core to the 2nd Gen EPYC family of processors. EPYC 7Fx2 processors build on the large memory capacity, extreme memory bandwidth and massive I/O of the 2nd Gen EPYC family to deliver exceptional HPC workload performance. This paper describes the excellent performance of these chips in running Ansys Fluent computational fluid dynamics simulations.