ANSYS multiphysics software enables engineers to design new airships 40 percent faster than for the previous generation.
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Fuel sloshing in the tank of a spacecraft has the potential to change the center of mass. This affects the carefully calculated maneuvers that accurately direct sensors to specific ground locations. Airbus engineers used fluid–structure interaction simulation to evaluate the ability of a proposed elastomeric membrane to minimize the effect of fuel sloshing on the center of mass in the early stages of developing a spacecraft.
By designing a tree-like wind power generator with steel branches and plastic leaves, New Wind has created an aesthetically pleasing alternative energy source for urban environments, bringing energy generation closer to people.
Designing gas turbines to meet stringent performance and regulatory safety standards remains a challenging process. Committed to driving the success of the gas turbine community, Ansys delivers an end-to-end simulation solution that provides a streamlined workflow, enabling customers to design and optimize the next generation of gas turbines. This webinar spotlights Ansys' investments in core technologies that will help you create innovative gas turbines that are safer and more reliable than ever.
Learn how to harness simulation to create unique gas turbine designs.
Discover how simulation helps you streamline your gas turbine design process, cut costs, speed time to market and reduce overdesign.
Understand how simulation helps balance optimization parameters in the early stages of development.
Explore how you can leverage simulations to tune the overall performance of gas turbine models.
All-electric aircraft are on the horizon. Engineers at magniX employ multiphysics simulation to develop powerful electric motors for propeller planes that could revolutionize the short-haul and middle-mile flight industry, making it more economical and convenient to take a 30-minute flight rather than a 2 ½-hour drive and a 1 ½-hour flight instead of an 8-hour drive.
Achates Power has developed a radically improved two-stroke opposed-piston internal combustion engine that increases fuel efficiency and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. ANSYS simulation tools help the company to shorten design iteration time, minimize hardware prototypes and reduce the development time of new engines by approximately one year.
Robust design practices using engineering simulation help the world’s most innovative companies to protect product integrity and identify errors early — saving warranty costs, reputation damage and lost customers later.