Predicting Species Separation During Chromatography using Ansys CFD
Liquid chromatography is a purification technique widely used in the pharmaceutical industry as a critical unit operation for protein purification in a fluid mixture moving in a definite direction. Understanding the separation mechanism is key to a successful scale up and commercialization of this process. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations give deep insights into the effect of parameters like geometry, fluid density, viscosity, flow rates etc. on the separation mechanism. Being able to understand and adjust those parameters during the design of a chromatography column enables a successful scale up from a lab-scale to a production scale. This webinar spotlights how Ansys CFD simulations help design chromatography columns and delivers a quick tutorial that demonstrates the entire process.
Ansys 2020 R2: Optical and HF Simulation Technology for Healthcare Projects
Optical simulation includes not only visible wavelengths, but also UV and IR wavelengths. Using the Ansys high-frequency (HF) solution, optical simulation can be extended to electromagnetics simulation, which is very important in evaluating, for example, the signal transfer function of mobile healthcare applications. The capability to incorporate different sensor types simplifies colorimetric analysis for developing virtual tests that detect bacteria concentrations, and for simulating early-stage cancer detection devices that analyze the spectral transmission of cells. Using IR wavelengths exposes deeper layers of skin, while electromagnetic wave propagation helps simulate technologies like MRI scanners.
Using Ansys Granta Material Data Simulation (MDS) with Ansys Mechanical - One Minute Demo
Using Ansys Granta Material Data Simulation (MDS) with Ansys Mechanical
JSP Boosts High-Tech Manufacturing Simulations with Intel Xeon Scalable Processors
JSP invented ARPRO Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) plastics and leads in its production. Needing more performance for its computer-aided engineering (CAE) analysis, JSP chose a TotalCAE appliance built on Intel Xeon Gold 6238 processors. JSP says the appliance improves Ansys LS-DYNA performance by up to 35 percent compared to its previous system, which used dual Intel Xeon processors E5-2697 v3. The appliance helps JSP keep pace with its growing CAE requirements while saving time and accelerating time-to-insights for the company’s CAE team.
HPC Appliance Boosts Simulation Performance
High-performance computing (HPC) resources can provide a substantial boost to simulation, but an HPC cluster can be complex and difficult to manage. By deploying a managed HPC cluster for ARA, the client was able to eliminate internal maintenance and support overhead, while improving productivity and reliability for their Ansys workloads.
Achieving Safe Embedded Software
As automakers seek to increase their vehicles’ automated driving (AD) capabilities, embedded software plays a greater role in delivering autonomous functionality, safely and reliably, every time.
Ansys SPEOS Helps You See Optical Simulation
Ansys SPEOS delivers an intuitive and comprehensive user interface, enhanced productivity with use of GPUs for simulation previews and easy access to the Ansys multiphysics ecosystem. Watch this video to learn how you can experience light simulation for optical system optimization and design validation within a multiphysics environment.
Ansys Simulation Platform for Electric Machines
A simulation platform solution for electric machines encompasses design and analysis of multiphysics and system modeling approaches to address electromagnetic, thermal, acoustic and drive performance. This webinar provides an overview of simulation solutions available for the initial design of machines, efficiency maps, and temperature-dependent demagnetization. It also illustrates a multiphysics coupled workflow to predict the thermal performance and acoustic signature of the machine. Furthermore, techniques to extract an equivalent circuit model from FEA for a system-level analysis that includes the electric drive and controller will be discussed. Speaker: Pavani Gottipati, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys
Ansys SPEOS Tips & Tricks: SPEOS Enhanced Camera
Cameras are one of the keys to autonomous technology. In this webinar, discover how to increase the accuracy of ADAS/AD simulations using the extended camera sensor simulation capabilities available in Ansys SPEOS. In addition, learn how a new lens importer now enables you to import any imaging systems into SPEOS to perform optical analyses while protecting the original system’s intellectual property. Attend this webinar to learn how to: Go further in the modeling of your camera systems, including EPP, 2D distortion, focus distance, DoF and more Convert a SPEOS or ZEMAX Opticstudio design into a simplified model for camera simulation Visualize key optical characteristics of a lens system Create a new collaborative workflow from lens design to camera simulation Speaker: Petr Fomin, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys
Ansys SPEOS Tips & Tricks: Optical Part Design — Interior Workflow
Simplify and speed up the design of interior automotive optical elements, such as light guides for mood lighting, by learning how to use Ansys SPEOS’ dedicated workflow for creating an opto-mechanical system. Based on generative optical design, this workflow dramatically increases your productivity and reduces engineering development time while improving style convergence. View this webinar to learn how to: Optimally use Boolean operators Perform ideal geometry cutting Use TBM efficiently Speaker: Sen Zhang, Application Engineer II, Ansys
Exporting and Co-Simulation of Ansys Motor-CAD Motor Models in a Systems Simulation
This webinar shows a range of options for modeling a motor in a systems simulation environment, using an Ansys Motor-CAD model. A range of electromagnetic, loss, thermal and control models are demonstrated with different levels of fidelity and computation speeds. Speaker: Jonathan Godbehere, Motor Design Ltd.
Power Electronics/Systems Design, Modeling and Analysis
Power electronics is a part of just about every market that involves electrification of systems: cell phones, computers, consumer electronics, automobiles, ships, aircraft, spacecraft and everything in between. This includes all types of power conditioning such as rectifiers (AC to DC), converters (DC to DC) and inverters (DC to AC). It is vital to be able to evaluate the power electronics in the overall power system to include: Sources (such as renewable energy, batteries, generators, etc.) Distribution (such as cabling, bus bars, fault protection, etc.) Loads (such as motors and other electronics) These types of systems require a suite of design, modeling and analysis tools (for magnetics, power device characterization, cabling, bus bars, PCB parasitics, EMI/EMC, thermal, etc). This webinar highlights Ansys solutions to address all these aspects of power electronics and power systems. Speaker: Steve Chwirka, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys