Low-Power, High-Performance System Design
Engineers often have to make trade-offs between power efficiency and high performance. For example, low power design is needed to ensure that smart phones have long battery life and electric motors run as peak efficiency. Without adequate multiphysics simulation, engineers often over-design their systems, leading to added costs and inefficiencies.
With ANSYS simulation software, engineers can design power electronic systems, perform coupled thermal and electrical simulations to design for temperature uniformity, explore large design spaces to converge on the optimal solution, and use reduced order models to speed up complex analysis.
This approach improves energy efficiency and system performance while reducing field failure due to unexplored operating conditions.