Wind energy is considered an important part of the global renewable energy strategy. Therefore, it is imperative that the development of these technologies matches the speed at which they are needed.
Join Ansys and our customers as we explore how a simulation led approach enables the rapid development of their products in an industrial context.
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Designing gas turbines to meet stringent performance and regulatory safety standards remains a challenging process. Committed to driving the success of the gas turbine community, Ansys delivers an end-to-end simulation solution that provides a streamlined workflow, enabling customers to design and optimize the next generation of gas turbines. This webinar spotlights Ansys' investments in core technologies that will help you create innovative gas turbines that are safer and more reliable than ever.
Learn how to harness simulation to create unique gas turbine designs.
Discover how simulation helps you streamline your gas turbine design process, cut costs, speed time to market and reduce overdesign.
Understand how simulation helps balance optimization parameters in the early stages of development.
Explore how you can leverage simulations to tune the overall performance of gas turbine models.
FLSmidth Is on Its Way to a Hybrid CAE Cloud Infrastructure
Digital transformation is accelerating in all industries. Corporations are looking to increase agility and innovation by streamlining their processes and shifting company assets into services that can also be outsourced. One example is FLSmidth, a manufacturer based in Denmark — with 12,000 employees and offices in 60 countries. It provides market-leading factories, machinery, services and know-how to the global cement and mineral industries.
FLSmidth's R&D team is currently enhancing their in-house engineering computing resources. They are adding on-demand compute clusters in the Microsoft® Azure® cloud and moving their customized CAE workloads, including ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Mechanical, onto this fully automated and self-service cloud platform. This result will be a hybrid, dynamic and fully automated self-service engineering simulation environment, enabled by UberCloud’s unique high-performance computing (HPC) software containers.
In this webinar, we explain current and future simulation infrastructure at FLSmidth, list the reasons for this sea change and describe the transformation process, benefits and challenges encountered along the way. Learn how UberCloud's CAE software container technology dramatically facilitated the smooth transition of its CAE workloads to a hybrid, multicloud engineering simulation infrastructure.
Best-in-class energy companies are using simulation more than ever to meet the challenges of increasing product complexity, reducing lifecycle costs and getting new products to market quickly. This e-book describes how pervasive engineering simulation is helping them to overcome these challenges.
The current “one size fits all” approach to healthcare fails to recognize the significant differences between the bodies and behaviors of different patients. This creates inefficiencies and cost overruns — but it also affects the quality of care provided. By personalizing the specific treatment to each patient, healthcare will become more affordable for patients and more profitable for providers due to increased efficiency. Implanted medical devices and wearables are becoming more commonplace, saving millions of lives each year. Yet personalized healthcare still requires a significant paradigm shift, as well as a new technology toolkit for collecting data via devices and wearables that is used to customize treatment. Engineering simulation provides a cost-effective, rapid and straightforward solution for modeling patients’ bodies and designing devices that interact optimally with the body. This allows healthcare providers to devise truly personalized treatment plans, as well as predict health problems before they occur, enabling early intervention. While this “medical digital twin” concept might seem like science fiction, advanced technology is poised to improve quality of life for people around the world.
Detailed understanding of how the prevailing wind conditions interact with the local terrain and potential wind turbine installations is an essential part of the process of developing onshore wind farms. Many currently-employed software programs are not well suited to complex onshore terrain where factors such as atmospheric stability, forestry and turbine interactions play a significant role. The accurate prediction of wind conditions including wind speed, wind shear, wind veer and turbulence intensity both under ambient and waked conditions is vital for intelligent project design.
Accurate simulation results require a high quality mesh; yet, many models sent for CFD analysis are in desperate need of repair. Without the right tool, complex repair and editing can take days, limiting the time analysts have to put towards simulation.
ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler (SCDM) is the only solution on the market today that removes the geometry bottleneck by putting the power of easy and fast geometry manipulation into the hands of any analyst that needs it.
In this webinar, we will show you how SpaceClaim easily allows you to:
Open and work with CAD data from any 3D CAD system
Generate internal and external fluid domains from complex models
Optimize geometry for meshing through advanced repair functionality
Automatically connect to ANSYS WorkBench with bidirectional associativity