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  • Transformers are used extensively in electronics products to modify voltage before electrical energy can be transmitted. Alternating current in one coil produces a varying magnetic field that induces electromotive force, allowing power to be transferred from one coil to another … Continue reading → The post Electric Transformer Design with ANSYS Discovery AIM appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • The use of 3D modeling in electromagnetic (EM) analysis is a crucial step in circuit design flows, as wireless technology moves to smaller scales and more compact designs. Although planar, “2.5D” EM co-simulation can provide useful insight into interconnect and … Continue reading → The post Modelithics Talks 3D Components — Why, When, How? appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • Simulation in ANSYS Discovery Live can be used to help engineers sort through concepts and quickly determine a design's performance. It shortens design cycle times and leads to the optimization of better products. Watch this video to see how Discovery Live can be used to concept model a vehicle’s HVAC system and quickly gauge the feasibility of a design alternative. Learn more: https://www.ansys.c...

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Medicine comprises multiple challenges due to the ongoing development of science and daily discoveries regarding the treatment of diseases. As human life expectancy increases, medical devices, such as a stents and many others, must also continue to evolve to offer … Continue reading → The post Simulation Spurs Stent Innovation appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • As a computer-aided engineering (CAE) analyst, you often push the limits of your desktop computer, constraining the size of your ANSYS models and limiting the number of the simulations you can perform for any given project.  Moving beyond your desktop to a … Continue reading → The post Moving from Workstations to HPC — A Journey Worth Taking appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • PLD Space, an aerospace startup in Spain is leveraging tools acquired through the ANSYS Startup Program to develop small satellite launchers. ANSYS simulation software is helping them hit development timelines, reduce costs and ensure that ideas will work. PLD Space started with ANSYS as a young company, leveraging the software to help them grow and plans to continue to have a strong collaboration...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Power electronics is the technology for efficient conversion, control and conditioning of electric energy from the source to the load. It enables the generation, distribution and efficient use of electricity and covers the gamut from the very high gigawatt (GW) … Continue reading → The post Substantial Semiconductor Power Savings through Thermal Simulation appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • In fall 2016, our group of UCLA science and engineering students created Bruin Spacecraft Group, an organization that encourages student-initiated space mission engineering. One year later, we learned we would soon be realizing one of our major goals: sending a … Continue reading → The post UCLA Students Investigate Magnetohydrodynamic Pump in Space appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • Downhole gas separators are complex devices in terms of flow physics. ANSYS Fluent can meet the challenges of this difficult application with appropriate modeling capabilities and expedite the design of efficient gas separators. The oil produced from wells in productive … Continue reading → The post Designing Efficient Downhole Gas Separators with ANSYS CFD appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • Midnight Sun is a University of Waterloo, Ontario, student team that designs, builds and races solar-powered cars. We strive to bring awareness and interest to renewable energy technologies and their possible integration with vehicles, while giving students from all disciplines … Continue reading → The post Simulating Lightweight Solar-Powered Race Cars appeared first on ANSYS.

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • I grew up with LEGO® bricks and I still love them. The next generation of engineers is growing up with interactive worlds like Minecraft® and immersive virtual reality experiences. When these future engineers take their turn creating products, no doubt … Continue reading → The post From LEGOs to Minecraft: Real-time 3D Simulation for Every Engineer appeared first on ANSYS.

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Autonomous vehicles are poised to redefine the global automotive and aerospace industries. But designing these complex products to meet safety and reliability requirements represents an engineering challenge without precedence. Because these machines must make highly sophisticated decisions in extremely complex … Continue reading → The post Autonomous Vehicle Development Featured in ANSYS Advantag...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • American Boronite Corporation used ANSYS Fluent computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation to develop an advanced process to manufacture boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) in continuous yarn and seamless tape formats. This advanced material has many unique mechanical, thermal and electronic properties … Continue reading → The post Leveraging Simulation to Manufacture Boron Nitride Nanotubes appear...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Simulation has become a critical part of the design process for engineers around the world. Coupled with advanced design optimization software, it can drive development to improve product performance significantly. However, simulation predictions are meaningless if the underlying model can’t … Continue reading → The post High-Caliber Calibration Yields More Representative ROMs appeared first on AN...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Electric machines are inherently multiphysics devices. They convert electrical energy to mechanical energy, and produce heat in the process. Because modern machines are pushed to their limits, they require engineering design that delves into electrical, mechanical and thermal domains to … Continue reading → The post Optimizing the Thermal Design of Electric Machines with Simulation appeared first ...

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ANSYS, Inc.
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ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Innovation in the wind energy sector has opened numerous possibilities, including the building of floating offshore wind turbines in greater depths of water. At Stuttgart Wind Energy (SWE), an affiliate of the Institute of Aircraft Design at the University of … Continue reading → The post Modeling Floating Offshore Wind Turbines at Stuttgart Wind Energy appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Today is International Women’s Day, and across ANSYS, our employees are standing up together to support the call to #PressforProgress in alignment with our Women in Technology program. From San Jose and San Diego to Austin to Pittsburgh and all … Continue reading → The post Advancing Women in Engineering is a Team Sport appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Designing for stealth involves reducing a platform’s radar cross section or RCS. Simply put, RCS represents a target’s ‘size’ as seen by a radar system. Stealth design seeks to minimize a platform’s radar size since the larger it is the … Continue reading → The post Simulating Radar Signatures of Electrically Large Targets in ANSYS HFSS appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • It’s the time of year again when folks from all around the globe head to Paris for the JEC World Composites Show. Sadly, this year, I won’t personally be attending but ANSYS will have a great team at the show. … Continue reading → The post A Cure for Your Composites Woes appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • ANSYS Discovery Live is an interactive simulation experience, where users get near real-time feedback of their design's performance. Having things like interactive results is particularly useful when trying to visualize internal flow characteristics and observe things like velocity, pressure, or temperature distribution. In this tutorial video of Discovery Live we’ll walk through a ventilation du...

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