New clustering technology from Microsoft speeds up engineering simulation.
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Startup Nebia is poised to transform the experience of taking a shower. While developing its innovative new showerhead, the company’s engineers made thermal improvements to ensure that a shower, using much less water than the average, would be warm and comforting.
Around the world, oil and gas companies require best-in-class technology to maintain profitabiliy, reliability and safety.
The Monash Motorsport team used fluid dynamics and structural mechanics software to develop a unique race car.
From desktop to supercomputer, high-performance computing with ANSYS 12.0 continues to race ahead.
Fluid flow simulation software from ANSYS provides a broad range of scalable solutions.
To leverage pervasive engineering simulation, every engineer must have access to simulation throughout design, testing and operation processes. To do this effectively means eliminating bottlenecks. Recent advances in computational fluid dynamics have reduced these bottlenecks for engineers, whether they are recent graduates or world-class simulations experts. This issue of ANSYS Advantage describes these advances and reveals how organizations around the world benefit from this technology.