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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • I was recently presented with a unique opportunity to compare the results of full ANSYS CFD simulations with the results obtained using the new ANSYS Discovery Live product, which provides results instantly upon changing the geometry without interrupting a run. … Continue reading → The post Discovery Live Paves the Way for Rapid Simulation Results appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • “Smart Home” technology is the future of residential technology, designed to deliver and distribute a number of services inside and outside the house via networked devices in which all the different applications and the intelligence behind them are integrated and interconnected. These smart devices have the potential to share information with each other as long as they can access a broadband inter...

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • We’re hiring and you may be the person we need. Take a look at our most recent job postings that are listed here. If you don’t see anything, visit our careers site. There are currently over 100 jobs open worldwide. We … Continue reading → The post New Jobs at ANSYS Announced Today – Apply Now! appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • Getting power management right in the era of heterogeneous SoCs is a multi-pronged effort, there’s no getting around it. There are many technical avenues to managing the power in heterogenous SoCs today, as well as a few human ones. Engineering teams daily … Continue reading → The post Getting Power Management Right and Women in Tech appeared first on ANSYS.

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • As we announced recently, ANSYS and 3DSIM have joined forces to offer engineers, designers and machine operators the only end-to-end additive manufacturing (AM) simulation workflow in the world today. We call it simulation-driven additive manufacturing. The powerful combination of exaSIM … Continue reading → The post ANSYS Adds 3DSIM for Simulation-Driven Additive Manufacturing appeared first on A...

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • The role of 3-D physics, systems simulation and embedded software is expanding rapidly into new industries and disciplines. A few years ago, 3-D physics simulation was limited to specific departments within organizations, and often these departments did not coordinate with … Continue reading → The post Simulation Innovations: From Systems Simulation to Autonomous Vehicles to Digital Twins appeared...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • When designing heavy equipment such as bucket loaders, truck bodies and diggers, finite element analysis tools, such as ANSYS, are a ‘must-have’ in any design engineer toolkit in order to assess the structural integrity of designs and ensure their durability … Continue reading → The post Using Realistic Bulk Material Loads in ANSYS for Optimized Equipment Design appeared first on ANSYS.

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ANSYS, Inc.
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  • We’re hiring! Check out the latest career opportunities listed here. All of our openings are listed on our careers site. So, if you do not see a position that fits your qualifications, take a look there. ANSYS only accepts applications … Continue reading → The post New ANSYS Career Opportunities appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • Chinook ETS is a team of student engineers from École de technologie supérieure in Montreal, Canada. We are trying to design and build a prototype wind-powered car with the highest possible efficiency for the Racing Aeolus event held in Den … Continue reading → The post Chinook ETS Wind-Powered Car Breaks World Record with the Help of ANSYS appeared first on ANSYS.

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  • As electronic devices become smaller and more ubiquitous, the printed circuit boards and components that drive them face increasing power densities and evermore complexity. To ensure product reliability and performance, accurate and detailed analysis methodologies are necessary. In a three-part … Continue reading → The post Thermo-Mechanical Analysis Methods for Printed Circuit Boards: Part 1 appe...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Engineers at every company are trying to innovate faster while holding down costs. Modeling and engineering simulations are the backbone of these efforts. Engineers may wish to run ANSYS Fluent simulations at scale, or many different permutations simultaneously, that may … Continue reading → The post Leveraging Benefits of the Hybrid Cloud for ANSYS Workloads appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • It has been nearly two months since we unveiled ANSYS Discovery Live to the public and made it freely available for download. Discovery Live is the first ever real-time engineering simulation software available to all engineers. Since that time, many … Continue reading → The post What’s Happening with ANSYS Discovery Live appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • The Hyperloop from SpaceX is the future of fast, affordable and sustainable transportation.  HyperXite, our team from the University of California, Irvine, which is competing in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition, is using ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Mechanical simulation solutions … Continue reading → The post How HyperXite Used ANSYS Simulation to Advance in the Hyperloop Competition appeared first...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Electronics are everywhere. Amazing innovations such as driver assistance systems (ADAS), IoT, 5G communications, hybrid propulsion and others all depend on electronics. Engineers and designers in almost every industry, must account for electromagnetic fields to design, optimize and deliver products … Continue reading → The post Pervasive Simulation for Electronics in ANSYS Advantage appeared firs...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Have you ever relaxed on the patio on a beautiful autumn day while using your mobile phone to talk to a friend, stream some relaxing music over the phone’s WiFi connection and maybe use the built-in GPS location capability while … Continue reading → The post Interference-Free Design of Electronic Devices appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Whenever I speak to our customers who want to run our software on something more powerful than their desktop computers, I hear the need for quantitative proof of HPC benchmark tests. If you have the same need, you can now … Continue reading → The post Free Performance Benchmark Program appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • As designs increase in complexity to cater to the insatiable need for more compute power spurred by different AI applications ranging from data centers to self-driving cars, designers are constantly faced with the challenge of meeting the elusive PPA (Power … Continue reading → The post High-Capacity Power Signoff Using Big Data appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • A technology startup faces a great deal of challenges: funding, hiring, office space, manufacturing, messaging, legal, software, and infrastructure, to name a few. CEOs can feel overwhelmed by the sheer size and complexity of the puzzle that is establishing a … Continue reading → The post Cloud is Leveling the Playing Field for Technology Startups appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • I wasn’t expecting my dad to start speaking — especially while were we watching television. Let’s face it: some things are sacrosanct. So, when he started talking during the opening credits of the 1985 miniseries “Space,” I listened. “All my … Continue reading → The post This Is No Simulation: Achieving Zero-G on Earth appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Topology optimization has been around for last 20-25 years, however only recently got more attention due to improvements made in additive manufacturing and 3D printing processes (DMLS (DMLM), EBM, SLM, SLS). More importantly, simulation driven topology optimization is rekindled due … Continue reading → The post How to Approach Topology Optimization in ANSYS AIM 18.2 appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • ANSYS EnSight animation of the internal flow and combustion of an internal combustion engine. EnSight’s keyframe animation was used to introduce the parts of the model and uses particle traces to show the complex transient fluid flow. EnSight’s data fusion capability shines by displaying a plot side by side with the 3-D model. This was all done in EnSight, not in a separate video editing applicati...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • I have very exciting news to share with you. The ANSYS Student Community is now live and ready for action. If you are one of the 400,000+ users who have downloaded ANSYS Student Products since their launch in August 2015, … Continue reading → The post NEW ANSYS Student Community is LIVE appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Great products are composed of great individual components that are increasingly assessed from every possible physical perspective. But as you probably know, optimally designed components do not necessarily result in optimal systems. Eventually, the components are assembled, powered, sensed and … Continue reading → The post Closing the Loop on Medical Device Systems Simulation: An Insulin Delivery...

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ANSYS, Inc.
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ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • In 2014, Student Space Systems (SSS) began at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a high-powered rocketry group. In those early days, most of the rocket building was done simply with prefabricated parts. Since then, SSS has progressed to … Continue reading → The post Student Space Systems Aims High With Liquid Rocket Engine appeared first on ANSYS.

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • Anil Kumar (Senior Engineer – ANSYS) and I thought it would be interesting to share information about integrating ANSYS super-element with the GENESIS structural optimization extension for ANSYS. With ever-increasing computational power, engineers can solve larger FE models in less time. … Continue reading → The post Using ANSYS Super-element with GENESIS for Efficient Topology Optimization appear...

ANSYS, Inc.
ANSYS, Inc.
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  • In ANSYS AIM 18.2, several improvements have been introduced to the capabilities for simulating fluids. In this blog, I’ll highlight two of what I think are the most significant. First: time-dependent fluid flow (including solid-fluid heat transfer). Time-dependent fluid flow enables … Continue reading → The post ANSYS AIM 18.2 Extends Fluid Flow Simulation to More Real-world Applications appeared...

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