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  • Bladeless Propulsion System Developed to Replace Propellers
    For over 100 years, propellers have been the propulsion method of choice for aircraft, helicopter, and boat manufacturers. With the rise of multi-rotor technology, the limitations of this ancient method of propulsion have placed a glass ceiling on emerging industries … Continue reading → The post Bladeless Propulsion System Developed to Replace Propellers appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • New Version of ANSYS Mechanical – New Capabilities
    Engineering is a pretty exciting place to be right now. There seems to be amazing news about new products and technologies being tested and released nearly every day. ANSYS 18.2 just launched and it’s packed with cool stuff. ANSYS Mechanical … Continue reading → The post New Version of ANSYS Mechanical – New Capabilities appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Improving Smoked Food with Simulation
    Smoking meat (and other food) in a barbecue smoker doesn’t sound complicated, but there are more factors at work in producing delicious food than you would expect. Barbecue enthusiast Travis Jacobs, president of Jacobs Analytics, was aware that in windy … Continue reading → The post Improving Smoked Food with Simulation appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Topology Optimization in ANSYS 18.1 – Motorcycle Component Example
    If you’re not familiar with topological or topology optimization, a simple description is that we are using the physics of the problem combined with the finite element computational method to decide what the optimal shape is for a given design … Continue reading → The post Topology Optimization in ANSYS 18.1 – Motorcycle Component Example appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Powering Devices with Vibration
    Vibration in terms of simulation, for me at least, immediately makes me think of vehicles and larger structures: ride comfort in cars, the incredible forces caused by vibration that equipment on rockets see and rotating machinery. These are all obvious … Continue reading → The post Powering Devices with Vibration appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Antenna-to-Environment Interaction Insights with Visual Ray Tracing
    When preparing for a business or personal trip, most of us want to check our travel routes in advance. There are many route-planning tools on the web today, and they help us to anticipate route difficulties such as heavy traffic, … Continue reading → The post Antenna-to-Environment Interaction Insights with Visual Ray Tracing appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • What is ANSYS Discovery Live
    ANSYS Discovery Live is the first ever simulation environment that provides real-time answers to engineering challenges. It's let you interatively change geoemtry, physics inputs, and results displays all while instantly visualizing design performance. Try it now, free of charge! http://www.ansys.com/discovery
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  • Instant Engineering Simulation: ANSYS Discovery Live
    ANSYS has long held the vision that every engineer would be able to benefit from the insight of engineering simulation. It seems intuitive that you would want to build a digital model of your product and instantly see stresses, flows, … Continue reading → The post Instant Engineering Simulation: ANSYS Discovery Live appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • The Speed of ANSYS Disovery Live
    As fast as boundary conditions are established or geometry edits are made, Discovery Live displays useful results all in real-time. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/discovery
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  • Interactive Results in ANSYS Discovery Live
    Discovery Live is a simulation environment where engineers can modify display results and characteristics to rapidly observe trends in their design. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/discovery
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  • Interactive Physics in ANSYS Discovery Live
    Engineering insights and trends are instantaneous, regardless of changes to boundary conditions such as flow rates, material types, inlet pressure. Learn more: http://www.ansys.com/discovery
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  • What is ANSYS Discovery Live
    ANSYS Discovery Live is the first ever simulation environment that provides real-time answers to engineering challenges. It's let you interatively change geoemtry, physics inputs, and results displays all while instantly visualizing design performance. Try it now, free of charge! http://www.ansys.com/discovery
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  • Brighter, Energy-efficient LED Headlights through CFD
    LEDs are increasingly used in automobile headlights because of their small size and reduced energy consumption. But, though they are much more energy efficient than traditional headlights, most of the energy required is converted to heat rather than light — … Continue reading → The post Brighter, Energy-efficient LED Headlights through CFD appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • The EnSight CFD Simulation Post-Processing Story: Like a Multi-Stage Rocket
    EnSight, the leading post-processor for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) data is now part of ANSYS. In the two decades since its launch, EnSight has taken off like a multistage rocket. Here is the story. I grew up in that magical era … Continue reading → The post The EnSight CFD Simulation Post-Processing Story: Like a Multi-Stage Rocket appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Simulation Used to Spur Design Development for Nuclear Power
    Nuclear power is a key player in the future of clean energy, and multiple companies are pursuing new technologies to maximize nuclear’s contribution to the clean energy space. Founded in 2011 and based in Cambridge, MA, Transatomic Power is an … Continue reading → The post Simulation Used to Spur Design Development for Nuclear Power appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Leaping the Chasm to 7nm Semiconductor Design
    Every new, smaller technology node developed in the semiconductor field has its own challenges, and the 7nm node is no exception. Usually a smaller technology node decreases price per transistor, but the cost benefits usually obtained from the smaller geometry … Continue reading → The post Leaping the Chasm to 7nm Semiconductor Design appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • ANSYS Simulation Proves Invaluable to University of Central Florida’s Formula SAE Team
    Knights Racing is a Formula SAE team from the University of Central Florida. Formula SAE is an international competition in which students design and build a race car as well as manufacture the car’s components. During the competition, teams are … Continue reading → The post ANSYS Simulation Proves Invaluable to University of Central Florida’s Formula SAE Team appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • ANSYS 18.2 Enhances Simulation Speed and Accuracy
    We continue to expand upon our best-in-class products and platform, and deliver on the Pervasive Engineering Simulation vision, with this week’s release of ANSYS 18.2. This latest release brings increased levels of accuracy, speed and ease-of-use — spurring more engineers … Continue reading → The post ANSYS 18.2 Enhances Simulation Speed and Accuracy appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Designing an Environmentally Friendly Luxury Electric Vehicle with Multiphysics Simulation
    Developing a luxury electric vehicle (EV) from scratch with a short deadline demands organization and access to the right technology to get the job done. Lucid Motors of Menlo Park, California, met the first challenge by putting all the engineers … Continue reading → The post Designing an Environmentally Friendly Luxury Electric Vehicle with Multiphysics Simulation appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • What We Can Learn from the Wright Brothers on National Aviation Day
    Tomorrow is Orville Wright’s birthday and we celebrate National Aviation Day and the incredible progress made in aviation in just over 100 years. It was December 1903 when Orville became the first pilot of an engine powered aircraft, staying aloft … Continue reading → The post What We Can Learn from the Wright Brothers on National Aviation Day appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • AESE: Simulation for a More Connected World
    Today, after a video call with my kids at home, I feel more relaxed. Usually on long distance business travel, we are always concerned about the family at home. A few years ago long distance voice calls were not only … Continue reading → The post AESE: Simulation for a More Connected World appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Structural Simulation Delivers Modular Wi-Fi Towers Quickly
    Wi-Fi access today seems more like a right than a privilege. But easy access to Wi-Fi is not widespread in many countries, especially in out-of-the-way rural areas where structural design and building of Wi-Fi towers can be challenging. In the … Continue reading → The post Structural Simulation Delivers Modular Wi-Fi Towers Quickly appeared first on ANSYS.
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  • Calibration of a Numerical Simulation with Experimental Results Critical for Reliable Predictions
    Every numerical method relies on the accurate choice of models, solver settings, and material parameters in order to be able to mimic real-world behavior. This also applies to Discrete Elements Method (DEM) simulations. You could use standard material properties, but … Continue reading → The post Calibration of a Numerical Simulation with Experimental Results Critical for Reliable Predictions appe...
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  • The Engineering Behind Why It’s Too Hot to Fly
    I’ve read a lot of articles talking about an interesting fact: this summer was so hot that in some cities like Phoenix aircraft could not fly. If you are an engineer or a pilot, it should not be a surprise … Continue reading → The post The Engineering Behind Why It’s Too Hot to Fly appeared first on ANSYS.

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