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
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.
Simulation in the Cloud: The New Imperative
Ansys Cloud is a cloud service fully managed by Ansys and developed in collaboration with Microsoft Azure that provides on-demand access to HPC directly from within Ansys flagship applications. It allows engineers to access the powerful capabilities of the world’s leading simulation software, without investing in on-premise hardware, processors and multiple software licenses. Instead of waiting in line for scarce computing resources, engineers can capitalize on the elastic capabilities of Ansys Cloud to run simulations — even numerically large simulations — whenever and wherever they want. Architected for security following Microsoft’s security best practices, it meets the highest security protocols, while still offering ease of sharing simulation results — leading to a significant competitive advantage.
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.
Simulation Led Design Exploration - eBook
Download this ebook now to learn more about upfront simulation in the design stage of product development. Ensure your company has the best strategy and tools in place for successfully implementing simulation led design exploration and development.
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.
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.
6 Steps to Successful Board Level Reliability Testing
A 6 step guide to performing meaningful and relevant board level reliability testing for the semiconductor industry. For semiconductor manufacturers entering the automotive environment, the lack of universal qualifications standards often leads to inconsistent reliability expectations. The most efficient solution is to establish a robust and thorough BLR testing plan that is uniquely designed for a specific manufacturer validated by a broad range of industry experiences. 6 Steps to Successful Board Level Reliability Testing takes a step-by-step approach to explain how semiconductor manufacturers have to adopt board level reliability testing for the automotive electronics industry. The guide includes: Current challenges semiconductors are facing in the automotive industry, especially BLRT Best practices in adopting BLRT for the automotive industry Practical advice on how to develop a board level reliability test plan Key issues to consider while developing BLRT plans Complete the short form to download your free copy of the white paper.
Multiphysics Reliability Signoff for Next-Generation Automotive Electronics Systems
Automotive electronics systems depend on an ever-increasing number of electronic sensors and processing elements, which allow for 360-degree surveillance and object identification/classification. Designing and verifying these systems is, however, as complex as the systems themselves. This white paper examines how automotive chip designers can achieve the stringent safety and reliability requirements for advanced FinFET designs. It explores analysis solutions for electromigration reliability (EM), electrostatic discharge (ESD), thermal reliability, statistical electromigration budgeting (SEB) and functional safety.
Shedding New Light on UVC Disinfection
For decades, ultraviolet C (UVC) light has been used to kill viruses and bacteria in health care settings, including the sterilization ofsurgical suites and medical equipment. The emergence of superbugs such as SARS and COVID-19 has increased interest in the use ofUVC light for large-scale applications, such as cleaning schools, hospitals, retail spaces, airplanes and rail cars. However, this poses achallenging scientific problem. The UVC light must be administered at the right level to kill viruses and must reach every surface ― inenvironments that are physically complex, with many objects of different shapes, such as passenger seats. Ansys simulation providesthe answer. Disinfection product engineers can first use Ansys SpaceClaim to recreate highly complex physical environments,then leverage Ansys SPEOS to simulate the application of UVC light to that space. Applied as part of a coordinated global effort tosafeguard public health, simulation is a critical tool that can quickly and cost-effectively make the world’s shared spaces safer.
Developing Portable and Reusable Applications with SCADE
This paper describes the tooling and process enhancement on the Ansys® SCADE® tools through customer feedback and evaluations primarily for developing UoPs for the Portable Components Segment (PCS) and Platform-Specific Services Segment (PSSS) that are also ARINC 661 User Applications (UAs). Additionally, we introduce the strategy for putting the Ansys ARINC 661 Cockpit Display System (CDS) as a Graphics Service PCS and PSS through FACE Conformance and two customer use-cases utilizing the Ansys FACE and ARINC 661 solutions.
The Business Case for Material Intelligence
The impact of materials information on productivity, innovation, cost and risk in the engineering enterprise If your organization makes or designs products, it uses materials. Information about these materials is vital, often with multi-million dollar impact. In other areas of product engineering, digital transformation is already highly embedded – for example, CAE, CAD and CAM are now ‘must haves’ for every manufacturing enterprise. Software technology to manage and effectively apply materials information had lagged behind – but this is changing, rapidly. In this white paper, we explore why this is, with materials information management increasingly established as a core engineering technology. Includes extensive case study and return on investment information.