Model-Based Design for Military Avionics Software Development
From the architecture and design of embedded controls to mission systems and human machine interfaces to automatic qualified code generation, Ansys SCADE offers a model-based process for designing and verifying avionics software. Watch this video to learn how to develop mission and safety-critical software 2X faster. Understand how to adhere to open and interoperability standards such as ARINC 661 and the FACE Technical Standard. Discover how to reduce effort and cost by 50%, on average.
Accelerating Traction Motor Design for EVs
Traction motor design is a key component in the electric vehicle/hybrid electric vehicle (EV/HEV) development process. Designing a highly efficient and cost-effective traction motor is challenging. It is a true multiphysics problem, requiring precise attribute balancing across all the physics platforms to ensure efficient and robust EV/HEV development. All the attributes are interconnected, which, in turn, drives dependency across the departments, with the goal to achieve efficient and robust motor development. This webinar spotlights Ansys’ comprehensive simulation solutions that enable engineers to design robust, efficient traction motors for real-world operating conditions with a wide variety of loads and manufacturing variability. Speaker: Tushit Desai, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys
Analysis of Positive Displacement Pumps Using Ansys Fluent
Positive displacement pumps are very common among different industries such as automotive, aerospace, chemical and healthcare. Estimating performance is an important step in the design of such pumps. Modeling moving parts is necessary to predict pump performance accurately. It is also important to account for phenomena like cavitation to study its effect on pump performance and durability. Moving mesh methods in Ansys Fluent are also known as the Fluent Dynamic Mesh Module. This powerful tool is embedded into Ansys Fluent in order to model positive displacement pumps. In this webinar, we will demonstrate the workflow to set up positive displacement pumps easily and quickly. You will also get further into the basics of a dynamic mesh module, starting with the different motions, the mesh mechanism and the use of subroutines. Discover how to use Ansys Fluent to solve moving mesh methods Learn about modeling positive displacement pumps using Ansys Fluent Learn tips and tricks related to dynamic mesh simulations to simulate positive displacement pumps
Accurate Blade Containment Simulation With Ansys LS-DYNA
The potential hazard resulting from uncontained turbine engine rotor blade failure has always been the long-term concern of each aero engine manufacturer, and to fully contain the failed blades under critical operating conditions is also one of the most important considerations to meet the rotor integrity requirements. Usually, there are many factors involving the engine containment capability which need to be reviewed during the engine design phases, such as case thickness, rotor support structure, blade weight and shape, etc. However, the premier method to demonstrate the engine containment capability is the fan blade bust test. Ansys tools with multiphysics capability help you solve in simulating fan blade burst simulation. In this webinar, we learn about best practices to simulate fan blade burst simulation using LS-DYNA tool.
Successfully Digitalizing Drug Manufacturing
The COVID crisis has revealed the importance of rapid and optimized equipment design and scale up for drug and vaccine manufacturing processing as well as the necessity to maintain an optimal productivity level throughout the equipment lifecycle. Most pharmaceutical and biopharma companies have now widely embraced engineering simulation to accelerate the design, scale up and optimization of these processes. This webinar provides inspiring perspectives on the value of predictive models and advocates their increased adoption in the (bio)pharmaceutical industry. We will spotlight how computer models and simulations are used at various stages of development and manufacturing. Additionally, real-world chemical and biological product chain case studies will discuss how modeling contributes to the scientific advancement, strategic objectives and bottom line of typical technical operations. Learn how engineering simulation helps improve the drug manufacturing process. Discover quantified time and cost savings benefits for adopting modeling and simulation for drug manufacturing. Explore what’s ahead to further optimize drug manufacturing.
Ansys 2021 R1: Fluent Simulation Reports
Ansys Fluent simulation reports make it possible for you to summarize and share the setup and results of your simulations. Key aspects of your simulation are compiled from your project settings and can be exported in either HTML or PDF formats. Reports can be customized to suit your specific needs. This 15-minute webinar showcases a demonstration for effectively generating and interacting with your simulation report quickly and easily.
Ansys 2021 R1: LS-DYNA and Ansys Motion Update
In Ansys 2021 R1, Ansys LS-DYNA and Ansys Motion offer advanced implicit, explicit and multibody dynamics solvers, improved workflows and more: LS-DYNA has new solver capabilities and continues to be integrated into Ansys Mechanical. These Mechanical integration updates include a new unit system, solver upgrade, solver version selector, ECAD trace mapping and many more. Similarly, Motion has been further integrated into Mechanical. It also features exciting new enhancements to its multi-body dynamics solver.
Ansys 2021 R1: Ansys Mechanical Update
Learn about the new features of Ansys Mechanical in Ansys 2021 R1, including the ability to create fluid networks using the new line body creation tool, record and debug scripts, and use a short fibers workflow to fill the gap between injection molding and structural simulation.
Exploring Ansys CFD and Ansys optiSLang for Automotive HVAC design
This webinar examines how Ansys Fluent and Ansys OptiSLang can drive virtual product development and robust design optimization to support significant improvement in passenger thermal comfort. In particular, we will go through the main tasks of the simulation workflow such as: the creation and parametrization of an accurate fluid simulation of a generic SUV HVAC cabin starting from unconnected STL format surfaces, the analysis of the parameters fields to optimize performance and the creation of a reduced order model for faster exploration of the design space. Speakers: Pedro Afonso, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys | Yann Ravel, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys
Ansys Minerva Job Submission Capabilities
Watch a step-by-step demonstration of how to use Ansys Minerva to submit simulation jobs to high-performance computing (HPC) resources. Using Ansys Mechanical APDL as an example, we show you how to access a status report, view the main job run results file, view the 3D simulation results and trace the flow of data through the process.
Ansys 2021 R1: Ansys Additive Solutions Update
This webinar introduces the updates to Ansys Additive solution in the latest release, including 2D microstructure capabilities in Ansys Additive Science, enhancements like stair-step analysis in Additive Prep, new OEM Support in Additive Print, automated calibration using the Additive wizard in Ansys Workbench Additive and much more.
What is Ansys Minerva?
Ansys Minerva, powered by Aras, boosts engineering productivity by democratizing simulation and enhancing collaboration between product designers and simulation analysts across geographies and functional silos. Watch this video to learn more about Minerva’s next-gen capabilities.