Analyzing Radar Cross Section of Large Targets in ANSYS HFSS - White Paper
This paper describes the utilization of ANSYS HFSS with the novel HFSS SBR+ solver to analyze, predict and optimize radar signatures of electrically large targets and scenes. Subject models include targets such as aircraft, missiles, rockets and ships. In addition, the paper describes how electromagnetic simulations with ANSYS HFSS also provide deep field-level insight into electromagnetic interactions that contribute to radar scattering.
Higher Performance Across a Wide Range of ANSYS Fluent Simulations with the Intel Xeon Gold 6148 Processor - White Paper
Designers and engineers invariably want more from their CFD simulations — more detail, more variables, greater accuracy, and faster time to results. This solution brief will describe how ANSYS Fluent 18.1 and Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors address these needs by delivering powerful performance gains for engineering simulations, including per-core gains that help to speed performance while containing software licensing costs.
Electric Machine Design Methodology: A Revolutionary Approach - White Paper
Electric machines are used in novel applications around the world, driven by the need for greater power efficiency in the transportation, aerospace and defense, and industrial automation industries. The automotive sector focuses on the need for hybrid and electric vehicle technology to meet stringent miles-per-gallon standards. The aerospace and defense industry concentrates on replacing existing aircraft power transfer technologies (such as the central hydraulic system) with fault-tolerant electric power, in which major subsystems — including engine starting, primary flight control actuation, pumps and braking — are controlled and driven electronically. In the United States’ industrial sector, more than 40 million electric motors convert electricity into useful work in manufacturing operations. Industry spends over $30 billion (US) annually on electricity dedicated to electric motor-driven systems that drive pumps, fan and blower systems, and air compression.
Electrification: Achieving Next-Level Performance - White Paper
As worldwide demand for electricity grows, engineers are faced with the challenge of increasing the efficiency of every product and process along the energy value chain, from generation to consumption. Because engineered electrical system initiatives are breaking new ground, simulation enables companies to explore extremely innovative product concepts in a risk-free, low-cost virtual design space. This white paper details how simulation is accelerating innovation while minimizing investments for new product development, product improvement, manufacturing and operations.
Why Engineering Simulation is Critical to Your Smart Products Success in the Internet of Things
This eBook by Aberdeen Group illustrates that Best-in-Class companies approach development in a holistic manner, ultimately leading to a product that meets its intentions, quality, and revenue targets.
Sorting Fact from Fiction - HPC-Enabled Engineering Simulations - On-Premises or in the Cloud - White Paper
HPC may once have been the sole province for huge corporations and national labs, but with hardware and cloud resources becoming more affordable even small- and mid-sized companies are taking advantage. Still, myths and misconceptions stall progress and slow adoption. Topics covered by this 7-page custom whitepaper include: Calculating TCO for HPC on-premises versus in the cloud Finding the best HPC solution to fit your SMB's needs Licensing, workforce and use-case misconceptions surrounding HPC in the cloud
System-Aware SoC Power, Noise and Reliability Sign-off - White Paper
In globally competitive markets for mobile, consumer and automotive electronic systems, the critical success factors are power consumption, performance and reliability. To manage these conflicting requirements, design teams consider multiple options, including the use of advanced process technology nodes — especially FinFET-based devices. These advanced technology nodes allow chips to operate faster at lower power and to pack more functionality within the same size of silicon. In these process nodes, however, power, noise and reliability sign-off create significant problems arising out of the physics, size and shape of the devices and interconnects.
Strategic Value of High-Performance Computing for Research and Innovation - White Paper
High-performance computing (HPC) is an enormous part of the present and future of engineering simulation. HPC enables engineers and researchers to gain high-fidelity insight into product behavior — insight that cannot be obtained without detailed simulation models. When applied to design exploration, HPC can lead to robust product performance and reduced warranty and maintenance costs. Wim Slagter, Director HPC & Cloud Alliances at ANSYS, gives his perspective on HPC adoption challenges and threats on a European scale, and explains how these can be addressed by strategic partnerships.
Fast-Tracking Autonomous Vehicles, Drones and Robots via Engineering Simulation - White Paper
As demand grows for autonomous machines, only engineering simulation offers the means to launch them into the marketplace quickly and cost-effectively — without sacrificing safety or reliability. Via simulation, thousands of operating scenarios and design parameters can be virtually tested with precision, speed and cost economy. ANSYS simulations ensure software reliability, safety analysis in compliance with ISO 26262, and robust radar systems which are critical components of autonomous vehicles.
Turning Signal Integrity Simulation Inside Out
DesignCon is the premier conference on high-speed electronics at the chip, package and system level. Held annually in the heart of Silicon Valley, it brings together top design engineers, researchers and industry executives who drive the frontier of electronics. At the conference Dr. Zoltan Cendes, the founder of Ansoft Corporation (acquired by ANSYS in 2008) and a Life Fellow of IEEE, delivered a keynote presentation on how signal integrity (SI) simulation has been turned inside out with electromagnetic (EM) field simulation.
Insight into the Evolution of Vehicle Electrification: 2018 SAE Reader Survey - White Paper
This SAE 2018 Reader Survey was conducted on behalf of ANSYS to discover subscribers’ level of involvement with vehicle electrification trends and technologies. Survey respondents work in the automotive industry, with corporate management, management and design engineering job functions and a technology interest in power and propulsion.
Engineering Simulation: A Promising Tool for Securing Regulatory Approvals - White Paper
Computational modeling and simulation (CM&S) is now widely used as a part of healthcare product and process development activities. By simulating the performance of healthcare devices and therapies in a low-risk, cost-effective virtual environment, the development process can be accomplished much faster and more cost-effectively. To date, CM&S technology has been largely ignored during the equally important and very costly regulatory approval process. Yet its acceptance for securing regulatory approvals is increasing, as more government agencies and other stakeholders are seeing its benefits. The United States Congress, the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Parliament have all publicly recognized the value engineering simulation can add during the process of demonstrating product performance and gaining approvals. Today a number of healthcare companies and technology providers are joining forces within the Avicenna Alliance to accelerate the pace of adoption. With so many doors open, the failure to use engineering simulation as part of the regulatory approval process not only misses a major opportunity, but also wastes precious resources.