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Raising the Standards

Fluid–mechanical simulation can help prevent offshore disasters by supporting development of more effective structural standards.use of engineering simulation.

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Oil and Gas - ANSYS Advantage Special Issue - 2013

The accelerating use of ANSYS engineering simulation solutions throughout the energy industry helps organizations to develop reliable products, increase product performance and reduce environmental impact. Engineers rely on a range of well-established comprehensive solutions covering structural, fluid, electromagnetic and hydrodynamic behavior coupled in an integrated framework. Most important is that by using ANSYS software, oil and gas companies can reduce risk while meeting corporate project and production objectives.

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Pipe Dream Becomes Reality

Accurate simulation improves reliability and ensures cost-effective deployment of pipe strings in oil wells.

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Product Reliability and Performance

Accelerate product reliability and performance with systematic use of engineering simulation.

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Simulation Drives Electric Machine Design via Advanced Numerical Methods

The design of electrical machines for use in electric and hybrid electric vehicles (EV/HEV) is very much dependent on fl uctuation of cost of materials due to market pressures. Electric machines that use interior permanent magnets rely on rare earth metals that can vary drastically in price over a relatively short period of time. This unpredictability forces design engineers to look at alternative machine designs, such as three-phase induction motors, which are susceptible to fl uctuation in the price of copper.

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Turbo Compressor Optimization

Turbochargers are increasingly used in automotive applications to downsize engine capacity to achieve lower emissions without compromising the driver’s perception of performance and transient response. The challenges for turbocharger designers are to achieve higher compressor and turbine efficiency with broader operating range and minimal inertia, while complying with package size limitations and cost constraints. A successful design process makes appropriate use of multiple levels of highly iterative analysis, from simple 1-D and 2-D analyses through highly sophisticated, transient, multiphysics 3-D simulation, in developing a new compressor.

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TRW Uses New Simulation Method to Simulate Brake Squeal Problems Early in Design Process

Friction-induced brake squeal has been a challenging issue for the automotive industry for decades and has become particularly important as other sources of noise have been reduced or eliminated. Up to now, TRW and other brake producers have relied upon a brake squeal simulation method in which interfaces between brake pads and rotors and other components were manually modeled prior to performing fi nite element analysis (FEA). The weakness of this approach is that it requires assumptions of how the components will contact each other that must be validated by physical testing. This takes considerable time and money and delays the product development process.

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In-Cylinder Engine Simulations Made Easy

Development of internal combustion engines is primarily driven by government regulations, emission requirements and demand for increased fuel effi ciency. To address these constraints, engine manufacturers work to refi ne things like in-cylinder fl ow, mixture formation and the entire combustion process. However, the increased number of operating parameters associated with these processes coupled with the high cost and time-consuming nature of physical prototyping are prompting manufacturers to integrate engineering simulation technology into their engine design process.

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Nanofiber Mats

As bioanalytical microsystems and biosensor devices become increasingly miniaturized, Cornell researchers are learning to model mixing at an extremely small scale.

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Conquering Rough Terrain: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

The Baja SAE competition challenged students from Brazil to develop a vehicle that can maneuver over very rough terrain.

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