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Analyze, visualize and communicate your simulation data with EnSight. Engineers use this powerful general purpose post-processing tool to gain new design insights and then clearly, effectively sell their recommendations. Flexible EnSight can read and visualize data from most simulation tools - ANSYS and non-ANSYS.
From automobiles to high-speed semiconductors, thermal management concerns can often lead to wasted energy, reduced performance or premature device failure. This results in increased energy costs, warranty issues and additional design time that can reduce your product’s competitive advantage. Simulation can help your engineering team look deeper into thermal design issues to see where heat is being generated and how it might be impacting surrounding materials and components. Simulation enables your engineers to evaluate more options more thoroughly than traditional prototype-based design and development methods. They can confidently determine if cooling or additional heating is needed and virtually explore ways to optimize designs to meet thermal management project goals all before building a physical prototype. ANSYS thermal simulation tools provide the wide array of physical models and integration between different physical domains that you need to get thermal management right.
Cavitation is the formation of vapor bubbles within a liquid when flow dynamics cause the local static pressure to drop below the vapor pressure. The bubbles usually last a short time, collapsing when they encounter higher pressure. Cavitation can cause noise and vibration, structural wear and damage, leading to reduced performance. It is a common problem in pumps (especially centrifugal or positive displacement pumps), compressors, hydraulic turbines, propellers, fuel injectors and other fluid devices subjected to high variations in pressure..
Learn how Ansys LS-DYNA simulation is used to measure and diagnose mixed martial arts (MMA) head injuries to help improve concussion treatment.
Simulations help to design a new low-enriched nuclear fuel for materials testing, isotope production and neutron radiography for research that reduces proliferation threat.
Simulation throughout the product development lifecycle has undeniably grown in recent years. The primary drivers behind the increased significance are the improvements in time-to-market, product quality and overall cost. However, the ability to predict product performance faster and more reliably has also allowed designers to release more innovative offerings, open up more market opportunities, and ultimately fuel top-line growth for the business.