ANSYS DesignXplorer VT helps to reduce project cost and provides engineers with insight into structure behavior.
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Technip automates evaluation of 20,000 simulation runs to ensure that subsea pipe structures can survive worst-case scenarios.
Our goal in designing the new C130 jaw crusher was to deliver greater work capacity without increasing the weight of the machine. We used ANSYS SpaceClaim to create multiple design alternatives and ANSYS Mechanical to analyze these designs. The new design has a crushing capacity of 270 metric tons per hour and has the same weight as the previous model with a crushing capacity of 245 metric tons per hour. ANSYS HPC played a key role by reducing the time to solve each design alternative from 21 hours to 1 hour.
Longevity and cost were a concern with the 3-D printed swirlers for a novel hot mix asphalt plant burner. Astec engineers performed design exploration using ANSYS DesignXplorer, ANSYS SpaceClaim and ANSYS Fluent to optimize the gas mixing tube design.
To fully understand a machine during operation requires connecting the full-featured virtual model to actual operational data from the machine; the virtual model is then called a digital twin. Simulation is a valuable tool for companies creating digital twins, as it allows them to accurately predict how the machine might perform and how changes will affect it during its lifetime. ANSYS has a full suite of tools to enable a digital twin to deliver accurate, insightful and reliable results that can have a real impact on operation — improving output, decreasing downtime and extending longevity. By understanding real-world product behavior using simulation, the next-generation product can be significantly improved while reducing its time to market.
Nimbix is a pure high-performance computing (HPC) cloud built for volume, speed and simplicity — precisely the attributes you are looking for in running your ANSYS simulations.
Watch this webinar to learn how you can perform your simulations quickly and easily at scale in the Nimbix Cloud. We will show you how easy it is to get started, including signing up for access from any device, uploading your data securely, running parallel solvers, and performing pre- and post-processing — all on-demand. Discover how the Nimbix Cloud can be used to run the entire ANSYS product portfolio, including structures, fluids, electronics, and multiphysics, to solve all your product design challenges.
Researchers use probabilistic methods and design optimization to improve heat-transfer characteristics of fuel cell stacks.