Advanced Materials Systems Design using ANSYS Simulation
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In this video, John Magee of GE, will the importance of IIoT, digital twins and how ANSYS and GE are working together on this topic.
Watch this video to learn how the partnership between ANSYS and SAP seamlessly connects engineering based on ANSYS multiphysics simulation models with industrial asset management from SAP. Using digital twins created by integrating software from the two partners, industrial asset operators can optimize operations and maintenance through real-time engineering assets based on engineering simulation.
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Ansys VRXPERIENCE Light Simulation delivers an integrated workflow between digital design and engineering simulation by delivering physics-based light simulation to studio designers. By importing the software’s physics-based light simulation data into Autodesk VRED, you can visualize your final result in a photorealistic model that delivers a 100% true to life representation. Watch this dynamic video to learn how you can leverage VRXPERIENCE Light Simulation to power your design decision making, ensure your design intent, create powerful and innovative lighting systems and visualize your future product prior to production in Autodesk VRED.
With Ansys VRXPERIENCE Perceived Quality, you can improve the final quality of your product by detecting lighting issues and unwanted reflections early in the design process. Virtually experience your product thanks to 360 VR offline simulation with dynamic lighting control. Test your lighting conditions in real-time and explore and animate unlimited optical results thanks to Nvidia Quadro RTX high memory amount. Other benefits include a fast, end-to-end design process, physically accurate simulations, in-context product design testing and validation and immersive decision making.
Welcome aboard this virtual flight. Watch from your seat as the urban air mobility (UAM) aircraft takes off, navigates the skies and lands — in this 3D demonstration of the ANSYS simulation solution for vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) aircraft. As a passenger, you will see what the aircraft "sees," and observe how the control software responds to potentially hazardous changes in the flight path.