DENSO Corporation standardizes on ANSYS structural software to expedite global product development.
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The Galway energy-efficient car (better known as the Geec) is a battery-powered electric eco-car designed and built by engineering students from National University of Ireland Galway to complete in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe. The team used ANSYS computational fluid dynamics to minimize aerodynamic drag, which accounts for about one-third of all energy consumption in a highly optimized car.
Valeo uses static nonlinear best practices to simulate snap-fits using ANSYS software.
Pratt & Miller get ahead of the race by redesigning a brake pedal using ANSYS with fe-safe fatigue analysis software.
Specialized advanced simulation tools optimize turbochargers for increased power and fuel efficiency.
All cars now depend on electronics that must work reliably. When a new power steering module failed under testing, engineers at Integrated Micro-Electronics were faced with spending eight months using trial-and-error to determine the cause and find a workable solution. Instead they used ANSYS structural capabilities including contact analysis, transient thermal analysis, and linear and nonlinear thermomechanical buckling analysis, to develop a reliable module in half the time
Robust design optimization ensures high-quality window mechanisms over a wide range of applications.