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Electronics are pervasive in our world today. From electric machines to high-speed electronic devices to antennas and wireless communication, the demand continues to grow. However, designing innovative products to work reliably in the real world becomes more difficult with the need to reduce energy consumption, avoid interference with other devices and decrease development time. Leading companies leverage engineering simulation to quickly bring to market pioneering products that meet and exceed expectations.
ANSYS Advantage showcases how engineering simulation is driving product development. From a bottle warmer. to electronic throttle controls to landmark buildings, engineers are designing better, more reliable products. Engineers who design turbomachinery are improving performance and by simulating entire systems, determining the effects of erosion and employing ANSYS Workbench and high-performance computing as a best practice for design. Other articles demonstrate how researchers are reducing surgery for children, one of the ways that The Dow Chemical Company is contributing to environmental sustainability and how direct modeling is improving the design of a pellet stove.
Using engineering simulation, big compute and 3-D printing, Optisys achieves orders-of-magnitude reduction in antenna size and weight while reducing development time. By leveraging ANSYS electromagnetic and structural simulation tools running on Rescale’s big compute platform, this startup’s engineers take full advantage of the design freedom offered by 3-D printing to meet radio frequency (RF) performance requirements for an integrated array antenna.
Data center servers, storage and networking equipment communicate over copper and optical cable assemblies joined by ever-faster connectors. Samtec leverages a comprehensive suite of simulation software from ANSYS to design and optimize next-generation, high-performance interconnect solutions across the entire signal channel.
Radar systems provide important sensor input for safe and reliable autonomous vehicle operations. Ensuring that these radar systems operate without interference, cover the intended areas, do not fail from installation effects and provide accurate input to the control system requires use of advanced engineering simulation.
The dramatic rise of smart, connected products requires a rapidly increasing communications bandwidth, but the radio frequency spectrum available is growing at a much slower pace than what is needed. One way the fifth generation of cellular wireless technology, 5G, can address this problem is by leveraging beamforming antennas to send different signals to different areas of the cellular network, enabling multiple simultaneous transmissions at the same time on the same frequency. Pivotal Commware is designing the next generation of these beamforming antennas or cellular base stations and other applications, at a fraction of the cost of existing methods. The company’s engineers use ANSYS HFSS to create antenna designs that meet design requirements on the first or second pass, substantially reducing the time required to bring new antennas to market in this highly competitive industry.