Systems: New in ANSYS 19.2

The ANSYS Systems family provides new features and functionalities in 19.2 that enhance the development of digital twins, autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles.

New capabilities included in ANSYS Twin Builder make it easier and faster to build, validate and deploy digital twins. Now, you can visualize 3D fields of static reduced order models (ROMs) in Twin Builder and view simulation results like velocity and flow rate on the 3D geometry.

We've also improved and enhanced usability with an upgraded Modelica diagram editor that makes it faster to build your twin by providing greater support for creating and editing Modelica models, including new features related to Modelica blocks and the property editor. A detailed tutorial on getting started with Modelica and Twin Builder will help you get going faster.

Twin Builder includes a new Modelica library for battery cell modeling. The library includes four templates for equivalent circuit models (ECMs) with system-on-chip (SoC) or SoC-temperature dependency. Packaged templates allow you to more accurately and quickly build battery applications, including battery packs for electric vehicles and other electrification applications.

In 19.2, ANSYS medini analyze includes new functionality that improves workflow and speeds development for semiconductor manufacturers, specifically in the automotive and autonomous vehicle industries. This solution helps semiconductor manufacturers in the automotive domain with dedicated ISO 26262 support for analysis of automotive functional safety. Our customers report up to a 55 percent decrease in the time required for functional safety analysis and a similar decrease in time to market. Inconsistencies in functional safety analysis work products are eliminated, and confirmation reviews and assessments are faster.

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