Voith Turbo reduces costs while developing quiet fans by simulating a complete railcar cooling system.
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A leading ventilation company develops jet fans that are smaller and up to 30 percent more energy efficient.
The ANSYS integrated turbomachinery design platform enabled a rotating machinery company to design a centrifugal compressor with a potential for 2 to 5 percent energy savings during wastewater treatment operations. In addition, the company was able to reduce costs and design time in developing a next-generation product.
Simulation helps to predict subsynchronous vibrations and rotordynamic stability for centrifugal compressors.
Over the past decade, the name “Dyson” has become synonymous with product innovation. This privately held British company has revolutionized many familiar household products, from vacuum cleaners to hair dryers, by questioning their most foundational design principles. How does this phenomenally successful company maintain the energy and drive of a startup? And how has Dyson created a culture of risk-taking and innovation?
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.
A toilet discharge valve is optimized to reduce household water consumption and maintain performance.