Who Will Survive?
Engineering simulation may help determine which companies make it through the current economy and strengthen their competitiveness when markets rebound.
Profiting from the Investment in Smart Engineering Simulation
To survive and profit in the current demanding business environment, organizations must engineer high-quality and innovative products, design and manufacture them for the lowest possible cost, and then beat their competitors to the global marketplace. To meet that challenge, many of the most innovative companies in the world use engineering simulation to develop products that dominate the marketplace.
Designing for Quality
Simulation paired with optimization helps eliminate compressor blade failure.
Leveraging Upfront Simulation in a Global Enterprise
Corporate initiative at Delphi focuses on the benefits of simulation as an integral part of early product design at sites around the world.
NAFEMS champions CAE awareness, delivers education and sets simulation standards.
Extending the Bounds of Customer Service
Spray nozzle manufacturer expands value-added services by using simulation to develop and validate gas conditioning solutions in complex pollution control systems.
Opening New Doors
Brose uses simulation to drive product quality, reduce testing and minimize costs.
ANSYS Sets the Stage
Simulation was used to design the floating stage set used in the latest Bond movie.
Harnessing the Power of Ocean Waves
Engineers use structural and hydrodynamic analysis to ensure that wave-powered electrical generation machines produce maximum energy output and operate effectively for decades.
Designing for Strength, Speed and Luxury
Simulation software from ANSYS helps a yacht designer deliver the optimal combination of luxury and performance.
Seeing the Future of Channel Design
NVIDIA uses VerifEye and QuickEye as an extension to traditional SPICE-level simulation approach to design high-performance graphics solutions.
Hot Topics: High-Capacity Hard Disks
Samsung uses simulation to improve thermo-fluidic performance of hard disk drives.
Fatigued by Stress Limitations
The combination of fe-safe and ANSYS software helps Cummins improve life prediction accuracy.
Managing Heat with Multiphysics
Multiphysics simulation helps a global company design better electrical products.
Up, Up and Away
Simulation-driven innovation delivers a new ejection seat design for a military aircraft in less than 14 months.
Propelling a More Efficient Fleet
Rolls-Royce uses simulation for propeller design to reduce marine fuel consumption.
Staying Cool with ANSYS Icepak
Thermal management solution predicts air flow and heat transfer in electronic designs so engineers can protect heat-sensitive components.
Analyzing Vibration with Acoustic–Structural Coupling
FSI techniques using acoustic elements efficiently compute natural frequencies, harmonic response and other vibration effects in structures containing fluids.
Integrating CAE Tools: a Package Deal
Moldex3D and ANSYS Mechanical team up to simulate microchip encapsulation.
Sailing Past a Billion
Racing yacht design researchers push flow simulation past a meshing milestone.
Technologies converge in ANSYS Workbench for parametric fluid structure interaction analysis.
Analyzing Nonlinear Contact
Convenient tools help analyze problems in which the contacting area between touching parts changes during the load history.
The Immersed Boundary Approach to Fluid Flow Simulation
A rapid, reliable and automated approach simulates complex flow fields.
Tracking Down Vibrations Fast with FSI
With high-speed iterations between mechanical and fluids software, fluid structure interaction quickly pinpointed the cause of damaging vibrations and assessed new designs for offshore oil and gas equipment.
Designing Giants for Tough Work
Liebherr engineers rely on ANSYS structural simulation technology to develop giant diesel electric trucks designed to withstand harsh mining operations while providing maximum load capacity.
Keeping New Orleans Flooding at Bay
Structural analysis helps to predict vibration for pumping equipment in flood-prone New Orleans.
Overtaking Race Car Design
An Italian design firm proposes a Formula 1 car that would bring more excitement to the race.
Designing Safe and Reliable Ships
Delta Marine Engineering uses up-front simulation to design ships that are more comfortable and last longer.
Enabling Detailed Chemistry
Reaction Design provides CHEMKIN-CFD for free to ANSYS FLUENT users who are looking to improve the accuracy of their flow simulations.