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Engineers use structural and hydrodynamic analysis to ensure wave-powered electrical generation machines produce maximum energy output and operate effectively for decades.
A leading manufacturer reduces time in the development of innovative ovens, washing machines and other appliances through engineering simulation.
Finite element analysis helps redesign a countertop water filter that is easier to maintain, can be injection-molded in half the time and costs a third less to manufacture than previous models.
When parts interact and experience large deflections and extreme conditions, nonlinear technology is required to simulate real-life situations.
Simulation guides the design of innovative solar panel frames, reducing molding time, material and cost.
Engineers use ANSYS software to meet complex and potentially conflicting requirements to design a chair for a wide range of body types and postures.