Ferrari pushes the limits of simulation in improving aerodynamic performance of racing cars.
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A teenage student helps improve the aerodynamic design of F1 race cars using ANSYS software and Windows high performance computing.
HPC solutions enable high-fidelity insight into car performance in shorter turnaround times for Red Bull Racing.
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.
ANSYS Fluent contributes to winning super-mileage car design.
As they push the boundaries of engineering simulation, academic research teams must meet exacting technology standards.
High-speed trains in Spain cross more than just the plain.