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Introducing a whole new way to enjoy CFD simulations. Built on top of the proven ANSYS Fluent solver, this new experience offers innovations from end to end so users can get more accuracy, in less time, with confidence.
To truly understand your product, you must get your CFD simulations right. For example, can you effectively predict the operating limits of a valve or pump without fully characterizing the extent of cavitation? Unexpected cavitation can cause pitting that damages parts and impedes performance. Watch five common CFD applications that you just have to get right.
Great art, like great engineering, reflects the world around us — its nature, its detail, its beauty, its design. All these come through in an elegant and accurate expression of reality. Mosaic from ANSYS brings such an expression to engineering simulation. An all-new meshing technology for Fluent simulations, Mosaic automatically combines any type of boundary layer meshing with high-quality polyhedral meshes for fast and accurate flow resolution. This powerful, new Fluent experience can deliver better quality cells 45 percent faster, while requiring 30 percent less memory. ANSYS Fluent now easily and quickly transitions between varying types of mesh elements in complex geometries and flow regimes, allowing you to explore more materials, more parts, more possibilities.
Volkswagen Motorsport shattered the time record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with the help of ANSYS’ Pervasive Engineering Simulation solutions. Finishing in 7.57.148 minutes, Volkswagen’s first-ever, fully electric race car broke the record for electric and gasoline powered cars with a battery pack designed using ANSYS simulations.
ANSYS EnSight has a new “case linking” capability. It links all calculations and part creation/modification operations between cases, so that you work only with one model; the operations are dynamically linked and updated through all other open cases. View this tutorial to gain a basic understanding of this capability, which will provide some tangible productivity improvements when comparing results from up to four cases. All cases must have consistent parts lists and variables.
Accurate chemistry is crucial for predictive internal combustion CFD. See where real chemistry knowledge can take you with ANSYS Forte.