Speedbike designers use fluid simulation to gain a competitive edge.
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Aerodynamic gains can be realized by studying the interaction between a bicycle and rider.
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.
A new racing bike designed with ANSYS CFD won Commonwealth Games Gold and Ironman New Zealand.
Simulating wind and rain around a stadium determines the best design for keeping spectators dry.
To manage heat removal for LED lights, DuPont engineers used ANSYS CFD simulation to accurately predict temperatures within their proprietary substrate – information that could not be gained without simulation. This information is employed in guidelines to develop reliable substrates for lighting manufacturers that require a broad range of configurations.
Multiphysics simulation helps to design a thermal diffuser that converts explosion into long-lasting heat.