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This webinar demonstrates how the lumped parameter and flow networks used in Ansys Motor-CAD to provide rapid evaluation of thermal performance can be informed with detailed cooling flow modeling using CFD. We will show how using CFD models combined with thermal networks enables rapid thermal analysis over a drive cycle with accurate flow simulation for complex cooling mechanisms.
ANSYS MAPDL users sometimes wonder about the benefits of using ANSYS Workbench. This one hour webinar gives you the opportunity to understand and discuss how ANSYS Workbench can be used to enhance your actual simulation process. During this session, the various steps of the setup and analysis of a simulation model will be investigated: geometry import and creation, contacts, loads and boundary conditions, analysis settings and post-processing. The capability to use your existing APDL scripts will be also discussed.
In this webinar, we explore how the interactive geometry and mesh generation capabilities of Ansys SpaceClaim meshing help to generate structured hexahedral mesh for non-trivial geometries. With its seamless connectivity to Ansys Mechanical and Ansys Fluent, you can reduce the turnaround time for simulations considerably. Hex meshes have better "numerical" efficiency as well as a "computational" efficiency factor.
Using blocking techniques to eliminate defeaturing of the geometry to a large extent
Autoblocking options to get quick hex mesh generation
Targeted capabilities to generate a detailed mesh
Advanced and powerful capabilities to automate repetitive mesh generation tasks
Hex mesh helps in improving productivity as it gives faster convergence with accurate results.
It is easy to control the spacing, inflation ratio and the geometric parameters and to align the normal face elements to the flow lines.
Critical features of the geometry can be captured with hex mesh precisely with inflated shapes.
Using hex mesh, the total cell count can be kept low without compromising the quality of results.
Thousands of universities around the world use Ansys academic engineering simulation software to help undergraduate students learn physics principles; researchers to solve complex engineering problems; and postgraduate students to produce data for their master’s theses or doctoral dissertations. Whether teaching fluids concepts to undergraduates or performing research into multiphysics domains, Ansys can help you solve your engineering challenges.
Join our webinar to explore how Ansys can easily and affordably help you teach the next generation of engineers to perform cutting edge research and learn about the latest updates through 2020.
This webinar will help you to:
Understand the vast array of tools that are available within the Ansys fluids portfolio
Learn about challenging industrial and academic applications, for example, multiphysics application in FSI and motor cooling
Discover the new Ansys Fluent experience, which includes improvements in the end-to-end user experience
Learn about new technology enhancements, such as Mosaic meshing, expressions, GEKO, PUMA, overset, etc.
Understand the extra offerings we provide, such as teaching and support materials and student team sponsorships
This webinar shows how models can be transferred seamlessly from Ansys Motor-CAD into other Ansys tools and the complete Ansys tool chain. We will demonstrate how a 3D Ansys Maxwell model can be set up in seconds from Motor-CAD, including parameterized geometry, materials, boundary conditions, symmetry and excitations.
Structural assemblies are often very intricate with complex interactions between components, which are challenging to manage in traditional simulation applications. In this webinar we will explore design iterations through upfront Ansys Discovery simulations to optimize performance and durability. Discovery can reveal relationships between components that will help you identify maximum deflections and areas of stress concentration.