Specialized advanced simulation tools optimize turbochargers for increased power and fuel efficiency.
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Profiled on the following pages are seven companies at various stages of maturity, and representing a wide range of industries, that are somewhere on the road to startup success. Some of these businesses have not yet launched a product, while others have shipped to thousands of customers. What their founders have in common is an unwavering belief in their product ideas, as well as a commitment to applying the best available technology to verify and commercialize those ideas.
The ANSYS integrated turbomachinery design platform enabled a rotating machinery company to design a centrifugal compressor with a potential for 2 to 5 percent energy savings during wastewater treatment operations. In addition, the company was able to reduce costs and design time in developing a next-generation product.
Ural Diesel-Motor Works uses multiphysics simulation to avoid thermal cracking in a cylinder head.
Modeling the full geometry of the complex wave channels in a new, integrated intake-manifold–intercooler design for fuel-efficient cars previously required lengthy solution times. Magneti Marelli engineers used the directional loss model in ANSYS CFD software to simulate the channels as a porous medium in one-third of the time.
Multiphysics simulation solves a vibration issue in a Francis turbine.
An integrated simulation process improves performance without sacrificing longevity.