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Distortion Compensation is an Ansys Additive Print™ feature that enables Additive Manufacturing (AM) users to rapidly predict how their parts will distort during the build process and provides a compensated model for users to build. Distortion compensation reduces the need for trial and error experimental iterations. In short, Ansys Additive Print saves users time and money to make accurate parts.
Optical technologies are integral to many current designs for productsand infrastructures, such as cars, planes, cities, buildings, etc. Today,
there are many emerging challenges for optical systems,and players need the best tools and processes to keep up with the growth and
challenges the industry is facing. This presentation details how Ansys SPEOS can help you with your optical technology challenges.
Analyze, visualize and communicate your simulation data with EnSight. Engineers use this powerful general purpose post-processing tool to gain new design insights and then clearly, effectively sell their recommendations. Flexible EnSight can read and visualize data from most simulation tools - ANSYS and non-ANSYS.
Up to 85 percent of the electrical power used to drive light emitting diodes (LEDs) is converted to heat. Engineers must design LEDs carefully so that they do not become too hot to touch or cause components to break. Determining the temperature of the LED itself and the enclosure requires simulating the current passing through the conductors, heat transfer to the air, the temperature of the LED and fixture, and the resulting mechanical stresses.
Join us for a 20-minute webinar to see how simulation from Ansys makes the simulation of all these forces impacting thermal management in LEDs easy and intuitive.
Finite element analysis is used to study crack initiation on a serrated blade.
Over the past decade, the name “Dyson” has become synonymous with product innovation. This privately held British company has revolutionized many familiar household products, from vacuum cleaners to hair dryers, by questioning their most foundational design principles. How does this phenomenally successful company maintain the energy and drive of a startup? And how has Dyson created a culture of risk-taking and innovation?