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Scaled-up flow simulation enables cost-effective aircraft design optimization.
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.
Improving internal combustion engine emissions and fuel economy performance requires better understanding of the process by which the fuel injection nozzle breaks up the liquid fuel and propels atomized droplets into the cylinder. Delphi engineers are using ANSYS computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software to design the fuel injector nozzle geometry to deliver droplets in just the right spray pattern to optimize engine performance.
A two-fluid multiphase model allows for more accurate simulation of coal gasification.
At the University of Iowa, Professor Frederick Stern has developed a customized educational approach using the ANSYS Workbench interface and tools that help students quickly learn to use ANSYS Fluent for advanced computational fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations, while reinforcing introductory fluid mechanics concepts.
ANSYS HPC Parametric Pack licensing enables the quick solution of parametric simulations.