Everywhere there's a need to innovate faster, to build better, to achieve smaller, to make our world safer, our lives healthier, our children smarter, everywhere a mother depends on a promise and scientist searches for answers. Everywhere a pilot navigates the sky and a future engineer wonders what could be. Everywhere you go you will discover that the world holds great promise thanks to the most advanced simulation software on earth. ANSYS
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ANSYS Discovery Live is the first ever simulation environment that provides real-time answers to engineering challenges. It lets you interactively change geometry, physics inputs, and results display all while instantly visualizing design performance. Try it now, free of charge! https://www.ansys.com/discovery
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Pervasive engineering simulation isn't limited to the product development process. A digital twin is a real-time, virtual copy of an actual operating machine that provides insight into individual product performance and maintenance. Sensors on the machine relay data — temperature, pressure, flow rate, voltage, loading, etc. — to the digital twin, and the twin evolves in step with the machines working environment. The digital twin can predict conditions long before they happen, so you can monitor the twin and replace a distressed component — or take other corrective actions — during scheduled downtime, rather than making an untimely shutdown. You can also use the collected data to improve the design of next-generation products. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/products/systems/digital-twin
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Before every breakthrough in autonomous driving, robotics, 3D printing, reusable rocket engines, digital twins, patient-specific healthcare interventions and advanced fighter jets, there’s an engineer, designer, entrepreneur, scientist or visionary using ANSYS simulation solutions to ensure a successful outcome. Watch this video to learn how ANSYS Pervasive Engineering Simulations can turn your dream product into a reality.
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents How to Hexa mesh a 2D airfoil in ICEM CFD Hexa
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ANSYS AIM is an easy simulation environment designed for all engineers. It offers integrated single discipline and multiphysics solutions based on best-in-class solver technologies in a modern, new, immersive user environment that enables engineers to rapidly evaluate product design performance with confidence. Learn more https://www.ansys.com/products/3d-design/ansys-aim
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents a short tutorial on the typical setup for a Tetra Prism Mesh with ANSYS ICEM CFD
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This ANSYS ICEM CFD tutorial demonstrates cut cell cartesian mesh method in ANSYS version 13.0. This method is ideal for CFD simulations and produces a high percentage of HEX cells with minimal user setup.
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents Looks at Blocking strategies (topologies) for a variety of airfoils...
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents a short tutorial on the typical meshing process for a Tetra Prism Mesh using ANSYS ICEM CFD
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Follow along in this Discovery AIM evaluation of the fluid, thermal and structural performance of a butterfly valve. Learn More: https://www.ansys.com/products/3d-design/ansys-aim
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Rossignol has a team of engineers that work with skiers, designers and others to create new products. With ANSYS Discovery they realized that their engineers could assess changes in real-time and discuss them with the other team members to rapidly explore designs. What was previously a longer and more individual exercise became collaborative not just among engineers, but with every team member benefiting from simulation insight. The engineers could literally capture feedback from the skiers as they came off the slopes and Discovery gave them a joint language to explore product performance. Learn more at ansys.com/discovery
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The modern aircraft is an engineering marvel, and the epitome of a smart system. To reach this level of performance, the aerospace industry demands accurate... fast... and reliable simulation technology supported by scalable and cost effective IT solutions that leverage high performance computing... as well as cloud... and mobile technology to empower robust design methodologies offered in an integrated multiphysics environment allowing aerospace engineers to collaborate across disciplines... departments... and even continents. Aerospace has led the way with simulation-driven design processes amplified through automation... customization... and a seamless user experience empowering engineers of ALL experience levels to truly extend the boundaries of innovative design. The technology, vision and strategy of ANSYS stand alone as the leading provider of critical modeling and robust simulation solutions for the aerospace industry. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/solutions/solutions-by-industry/aerospace-and-defense
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ANSYS SpaceClaim is a multipurpose 3D modeling tool that delivers faster engineering results. This video will illustrate the many benefits of using it as a primary design tool. As a result, engineers everywhere are boosting productivity because of SpaceClaim's direct modeling technology, ease of use, and unprecedented versatility. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/products/3d-design/ansys-spaceclaim
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In ANSYS 19, Discovery SpaceClaim is full of enhancements making it easier and faster to concept model and design. We’ve improved SpaceClaim’s core modeling technology which improves navigation through assemblies and quickly constructing blended features. You’ll see improvements to the transferring of models to ANSYS Workbench, smoothing of faceted data for STL files, and speed ups to various sheet metal operations. Learn more: https:/www.ansys.com/spaceclaim
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GE’s Haliade 150-6 MW offshore wind turbine traditionally required regular physical inspections to determine if there were any problems with the turbine. By creating a digital twin of the yaw systems of the turbine’s motors using ANSYS Twin Builder™ and GE Predix software, operators can now monitor the turbine’s operation remotely and predict the remaining lifetime of components. Engineers on shore can take action to remedy any problems or schedule downtime for repairs, which is much cheaper than arranging for emergency repairs when the situation is critical. Watch this video to learn how ANSYS and GE engineers built simulation-based digital twins to monitor the maximum temperature and torque of the turbine’s motor coils to save time and money in the operation of offshore wind turbines.
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ANSYS Discovery Live is a disruptive software for the product development process. Designers can experience the benefit of simulation, iterate on many more design concepts and discover new ideas previously not possible. The speed of simulation solving, coupled with ease of use, makes this tool ideal for anyone working in 3D and needing to know how a design will perform.
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Fluent Meshing has been going through some quite dramatic usability improvements during the last 2-3 years and as we continue to move in this direction, we also add and improve core capabilities. In these videos below we take you to a journey from extracting a few parts from a CAD assembly model to the volume meshing steps, all with tree and graphics driven operations within Fluent Meshing. In the first video we start by an introduction to our new light-weight CAD assembly module, or CAD management module. You will find that the CAD assembly tree maintains the hierarchy of your sub-assemblies, parts and bodies exactly as in your CAD package. It allows you extract out parts using suitable faceting for the engineering model that will actually be used for the simulation. The faceting can span from very coarse to high quality CFD surface meshes. We also show how easy it is to manage and replace parts from this module into the engineering module as part of design changes. Part 2: https://youtu.be/4ukonvB4JZc Part 3: https://youtu.be/ju1FBGI6ZRQ
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ANSYS CFD is a tool with amazing flexibility, accuracy and breadth of application but needs to be properly applied in order to deliver insight and value. Serious CFD delivers quantitative results that provide insights to help you optimize your designs. These insights can reveal unexpected opportunities for your product, opportunities that even experienced engineering analysis can otherwise miss. Learn More: https://www.ansys.com/products/fluids
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ANSYS Mechanical has in-built topology optimization to enable engineers and designers to easily determine where material is needed and where it can be removed. For Additive manufacturing, 3D printing, casting, injection molding and more traditional manufacturing processes this is key in driving down weight as well as cost of components throughout engineering. Learn More: https://www.ansys.com/to
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents an ANSYS 12.1 meshing example for CFD. This model is one seat row of an aircraft cabin that will later be used for a climate control study. Automatic meshing including complex inflation is possible with little user input in the latest release of ANSYS.
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Lucid Motors' CTO Peter Rawlinson describes the value of creating digital prototypes with ANSYS.
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To truly understand your product, you must get your CFD simulations right. For example, can you effectively predict the operating limits of a valve or pump without fully characterizing the extent of cavitation? Unexpected cavitation can cause pitting that damages parts and impedes performance. Watch five common CFD applications that you just have to get right.
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Learn how you can use ANSYS Discovery Live to perform preliminary, instantaneous simulations to obtain a viable structural design, followed by ANSYS Discovery AIM for more rigorous mechanical simulations to refine and validate the design. See how a rocker arm can be quickly engineered to your specifications using this powerful combination of simulation solvers. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/discovery
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ANSYS Mechanical rigid body dynamics, able to simulate complex mechanisms with joints and contacts and the ability to couple in control systems using ANSYS Simplorer. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/products/release-highlights
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Running ANSYS Fluent computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software on a Cray supercomputer, Professor Bert Blocken, with teams at Eindhoven University and KU Leuven, performed the largest-ever sports simulation. The eye-opening results, validated by wind tunnel tests, reveal the air resistance encountered by riders in each position of a peloton and why successful breakaways are so difficult to execute.
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Red Bull Racing Formula 1 uses ANSYS software for aerodynamics.
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Tim Pawlak of ANSYS demonstrates the use of ANSYS Workbench Mechanical 12.1 in simulating a Stirling engine.
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From startups to multinationals, businesses are seizing the opportunity to deliver breakthrough energy innovation by using engineering simulation to explore the much wider design space that is presented by increased complexity and to tackle key engineering applications in the areas of advanced electrification, machine and fuel efficiency, aerodynamic design, effective light-weighting and thermal optimization. Companies do this with the support of a simulation platform that enables complete virtual prototypes. ANSYS is the only company with the depth and breadth of engineering simulation technology in a single platform to help create energy innovation breakthroughs. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/energy
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Making better informed design decisions upfront can potentially reduce costly changes later on towards production. Using engineering simulation is a proven way to make this happen. However, simulation is often seen as costly, slow, and too complex for the average engineer to utilize. ANSYS Discovery Live removes several barriers to simulation by coupling real-time simulation and geometry tools that are both easy to use. In this demonstration of Discovery Live, we’ll walk through a concept model of a motor mount bracket. You’ll see in Discovery Live the setup of different solutions, monitoring different loading conditions or modal response in the same design, along with charts to track changes with each design point. For more information or to get your free download, visit https://www.ansys.com/discovery today!
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Brief description of the ANSYS Training offerings and their value. When using engineering software, training is the most effective catalyst to get from a novice to an analyst producing useful results. Designers of electrical and electronic products, embedded software, integrated circuits, structural engineers and CFD experts can accelerate their path to expertise with training. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/services/training
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Learn how engineers at the Additive Rocket Corporation (ARC) are using ANSYS Mechanical and ANSYS CFD simulation solutions to reinvent rocket engines using 3D printing based on bioinspired geometries. One example is using simulation to optimize fluid flow (fuel and liquid oxygen) from a single source to a set of distributed (branched) locations for optimal combustion. Learn how ARC engineers use ANSYS simulation solutions to innovate complex designs quickly and cost-effectively to revolutionize and democratize spaceflight.
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Starting from a solid model, this video shows how to extract the beams and shells using ANSYS SpaceClaim and perform a structural analysis in ANSYS Mechanical. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/mechanical
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This video is an example of the on-demand content available in the ANSYS Learning Hub. The Learning Hub gives you easy access to self-paced courses, tools to manage learning goals and instructor-moderated “Learning Rooms.” Discussion boards and additional tutorials and instructional materials outside of the standard curriculum are also available. To learn more about the ANSYS Learning Hub go to http://www.ansys.com/services/learning-hub
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Our world is more connected than ever, thanks to the growing web of smart electronics that surround us every day. Find out how ANSYS simulation solutions can help you engineer high-performance electronic devices and systems for the Internet of Things. For more information visit https://www.ansys.com/Campaigns/internet-of-things
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents How to edit 2D ICEM CFD Hexa Blocking of a 2D airfoil, how to smooth, how to export to Fluent, how to use ICEM CFD Replay Scripting
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http://www.ansys.com/yt presents Tim Pawlak from ANSYS, Inc. is back, this time demonstrating the use of ANSYS Workbench automatic report generator to capture and report modal and stress analysis results, including pre-stress modes.
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ANSYS helps Red Bull Racing to optimize the components fitted to the race car to ensure reliability and performance to deliver winning results. Learn more: http://bit.ly/29C4Xw4
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Sports engineers have three primary tasks when creating equipment: 1. They must facilitate the sports. 2. They must protect the user. 3. They must enhance performance. Using the power of engineering simulation from ANSYS, engineers can do all three. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/sports
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Team New Zealand is the longest established brand in the America's Cup, the premier marquee event in sailing. In the last 16 years, the team has seen the transition from physical testing, where most everything was done in the wind tunnel or the towing tank, to 100% numerical analysis and digital prototyping. ANSYS products have helped the team to be competitive. Digital prototyping is a necessity in a class like this that has moved so fast. "We chose to use ANSYS because it's a market leader. It's easy software to use quickly, to get good reliable answers and from an aerodynamic perspective it's really key technical thing we're looking for is good turbulence modeling. With the platform particularly we're using very complicated shapes so it's difficult to get high quality meshes, you gotta have confidence in the turbulence modeling in that environment and that's really where ANSYS CFX is miles ahead of other CFD codes." - Nick Hutchins -- CFD Engineer for ETNZ
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Virtual prototyping reduces the need for real-world testing. Competitive swimmers this summer can streamline performance thanks to Speedo's revolutionary Fastskin Racing System, which was designed using engineering simulation software from ANSYS. When worn together as a complete system, a Fastskin suit, cap and goggle can reduce full-body passive drag by up to 16.6 percent, improve oxygen economy by up to 11 percent (enabling the athlete to swim stronger for longer), and reduce active body drag by up to 5.2 percent. "Engineering simulation has been absolutely critical in launching this world-first concept," said Tom Waller, head of Speedo's in-house global research and development facility, Aqualab®. "For the first time, competitive swimmers can use a cohesive, hydrodynamic solution that will help them cut through the water with maximum efficiency. In developing the Fastskin Racing System, ANSYS® software gave us the confidence that our designs would perform as expected in the real world — and saved us a huge amount of resources that we would otherwise have had to invest in physical testing." In engineering the three components into a system, Aqualab used data from more than 1,200 separate simulations conducted with ANSYS multiphysics software. By replicating the dynamic pressures of competitive swimming in a risk-free virtual design environment, these simulations helped engineers to minimize the effects of turbulence and drag, mitigate the impact force generated by a dive, maximize the structural strength of the goggle assembly, and address other real-world design concerns. Following the design work, Speedo conducted a number of pool tests of the new racing system, using professional athletes including Natalie Coughlin, Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps of the United States. While Speedo is a long-time ANSYS customer, development of the racing system relied on an expanded, multiphysics perspective that included both fluid dynamics and structural mechanics analyses. For the goggles, for example, ANSYS solutions offered insight about the structural forces that impact the equipment from all directions, which lightweight material would be able to withstand those forces, and how the shape generated turbulence that could negatively impact the swimmer's downstream performance. This broader approach matches the new, forward-looking portfolio of products that Speedo is developing to meet swimmers' full-body needs. "ANSYS has a long history of working with leading organizations to produce winning products — whether it be a swimsuit that helps to shave fractions of a second off an elite athlete's performance or a hybrid vehicle battery that delivers optimal value in terms of cost, reliability, energy usage and safety. We are proud to partner with Speedo in engineering yet another groundbreaking product," said Jim Cashman, president and CEO of ANSYS. The Fastskin Racing System comprises a choice of products, including caps, goggles and suits, allowing swimmers to select the best combination to meet their preferences and performance needs. Improvement to passive drag affects the swimmer during the submerged, glide phase of any stroke, which is particularly important after the start and at each turn. Oxygen economy relates to the swimmer's efficiency and his consumption of oxygen during the activity. Active drag (or surface drag) affects the swimmer at the surface during the active swimming phase of any stroke. It results from the waves that the swimmer creates, the swimmer's constantly changing shape and the force of the water passing over the body's surface.
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Dyson engineers and scientist refine their ideas again and again. ANSYS engineering simulation software enables Dyson to keep refining and improving designs in pursuit of perfection. Learn more: https://www.ansys.com/Solutions/Solutions-by-Industry/Consumer-Goods
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Fluent Meshing has been going through some quite dramatic usability improvements during the last 2-3 years and as we continue to move in this direction, we also add and improve core capabilities. In these videos below we take you to a journey from extracting a few parts from a CAD assembly model to the volume meshing steps, all with tree and graphics driven operations within Fluent Meshing. Normally, Fluent Meshing’s powerful wrapping technology is used to extract flow- volumes. But in this second video we show you how to use it to combine many solid parts of the same material into a single part. We also illustrate how you can interactively close gaps and connect wrapped and already CFD surface mesh parts, resulting in a fully connected non-manifold surface mesh ready for conjugate heat transfer volume meshing. We also show how easy it is to cap inlets and outlets and assign boundary types for the solver. Part 1: https://youtu.be/U6IhaPP6Z10 Part 3: https://youtu.be/ju1FBGI6ZRQ
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