Engineer safe, lightweight, high strength and cost-effective chassis designs through simulation.
The vehicle chassis is the foundation for the autonomous, electric and connected future of automotive transportation and mobility. The only way to deliver the next generation of safe, lightweight, low-cost, durable, reliable and higher-performance vehicles comes through optimizing chassis design with simulation.
Combine implicit and explicit solvers with workflows for optimization, design and print additive manufacturing. This materials intelligence platform enables engineers to optimize designs, predict fatigue life and balance weight and cost against performance.
With complex configurations and optimized topologies, simulation of the painting process offers the only way to achieve uniform coating, correct draining of the body in white and minimize physical testing, material and energy consumption.
Ansys industry-standard crash and impact simulation capabilities minimize expensive physical testing through accurate prediction of damage, effects on passengers and airbag deployment verification to meet and exceed crash standards ratings.
Accurate simulation ensures system performance and safety levels get achieved across a range of duty cycles and dynamic loads, while addressing sound power levels and brake squeal to enhance passenger comfort.
CFD software known for its advanced physics modeling and renowned for industry leading accuracy.
Ansys Minerva is a centralized simulation knowledge management application available for both on-premises and cloud deployment.
This nimble 3D modeling tool quickly preps geometric models without clunky tools.
Solve broad structural analysis needs with a suite of finite element analysis (FEA) solutions that provides in-depth analysis of structural and coupled-field behaviors.
Engage with a powerful, explicit simulation tool with integration into Ansys Mechanical. A large array of capabilities and material models enable complex models with great scalability.
“Ansys Fluent software helped in analyzing the hydroplaning risk of passenger car tires by calculating the lift force on the tires.”
— Sowntharya L, Apollo Tyres