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Expanding simulation from its traditional role as a validation tool empowers engineers at all levels to digitally explore the "what ifs" of your products, spurring innovation, lowering development and operational costs and improving time to market. ANSYS 18.1 gives you the tools to tackle the complexities of designing, manufacturing and maintaining products that bridge both the physical and digital worlds.
ANSYS Aqwa software addresses the vast majority of analysis requirements associated with hydrodynamic assessment of all types of offshore and marine structures. These include SPARs, FPSOs, Semi-submersibles, Tension leg platforms, Ships, Renewable energy devices, and Breakwaters.
Aqwa has been used extensively in the oil & gas, renewable and general engineering sectors to model installation and use of equipment in open water as well as in harbors or sheltered locations.
Simulate short duration, severe loadings
ANSYS Autodyn simulates the response of materials to short duration severe loadings from impact, high pressure or explosions. It is best suited for simulating large material deformation or failure. Autodyn provides advanced solution methods without compromising ease of use. Complex physical phenomena such as the interaction of liquids, solids and gases; the phase transitions of materials; and the propagation of shock waves can all be modeled within Autodyn. Integrated within ANSYS Workbench with its own native user interface, this program has for decades led the industry in ease of use, enabling you to produce accurate results with the least amount of time and effort.
Autodyn’s range of technologies means that you can model solids with Lagrangian elements, and liquids with Eulerian and SPH (smooth particle hydrodynamics), so you can capture every type of event with the most appropriate technology. Multiple solvers can be used in one model, and the interactions between the various domains can be modeled for efficient, accurate results.
ANSYS CFX is a high-performance computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software tool that delivers reliable and accurate solutions quickly and robustly across a wide range of CFD and multi-physics applications. CFX is recognized for its outstanding accuracy, robustness and speed with rotating machinery such as pumps, fans, compressors, and gas and hydraulic turbines.
Understanding and predicting the effects of chemistry in a system are key to developing competitive products in transportation, energy and materials processing applications. As designers of gas turbines, boilers and piston engines strive to meet low-emissions regulations with ever widening fuel flexibility requirements, they must also maintain, or even improve, their system's performance. Similarly, designing high-throughput materials and chemical processes with high yield and quality must be done with minimal byproduct or waste. Relying on testing alone for accurate performance validation is prohibitive, given today's complex designs and shortened design cycles. Effective simulation of the underlying detailed chemistry is often critical for cost-effective design of systems with reduced pollutant emissions or undesired byproducts.
See a whole new view
To help you gain key insights into kinetics dependencies, Chemkin-Pro includes the Reaction Path Analyzer. Employing an interactive visual display, the Reaction Path Analyzer provides a clear view of dominant reaction paths, facilitating mechanism development and reduction.
Use reactor networks to model complex flow-fields
Equivalent Reactor Networks (ERNs) allow simulation of real world combustors, burners and chemical reactors, enabling the most efficient prediction of emissions with detailed chemistry.
Gain better understanding of low emissions combustion stability
The Chemkin-Pro Extinction Model accomplishes fast, accurate calculations of the extinction strain rate used to determine a system's combustion stability. This is important in premixed low-NOx combustion systems.
Understand and predict particle formation
The innovative Particle Tracking feature of Chemkin-Pro follows particle nucleation, growth, aggregation and oxidation. Two separate tracking approaches enable you to predict the average particle size and number density, and/or detailed information on the particle size distribution, which can be used to predict soot emissions or to optimize particle production.
Easily create CFD flamelet tables with speed and accuracy
Many combustion system developers use combustion models that depend on flamelet table lookups in their CFD simulations. Chemkin-Pro provides a robust and fast method to create these flamelet tables for input into CFD models.
Explore how input uncertainties affect simulation results
Enhance the robustness of your simulation results with the ability to calculate error bars based on user-defined input accuracy ranges.
Plug-in compatibility with Gamma Technologies GT-Suite 2016
ANSYS Chemkin-Pro enables you to better evaluate and optimize powertrains for fuel effects, efficiency, knocking and emissions. GT-SUITE gives you access to detailed and validated reaction mechanisms in the ANSYS Model Fuel Library as an alternative to the standard GT-SUITE models.
ANSYS Fluent software is the most-powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tool available, empowering you to go further and faster as you optimize your product's performance. Fluent includes well-validated physical modeling capabilities to deliver fast, accurate results across the widest range of CFD and multiphysics applications.
Today’s electronic devices, including their IC packages and printed circuit boards (PCBs), have smaller footprints and unique power requirements. Inadequate designs could lead to overheating components that degrade product reliability and cause costly redesigns. Engineers rely on ANSYS Icepak to validate thermal designs and ensure adequate cooling before building hardware.
Icepak accurately predicts airflow, temperature and heat transfer in a wide variety of electronic and power electronic components and PCBs. It can also perform thermal analysis of system- level applications such as data centers, computers and telecommunications equipment. Icepak enables you to test conceptual designs under operating conditions that might be impractical to duplicate with physical testing, and can give you access to data at locations that might be physically inaccessible on an actual component.
ANSYS Icepak uses the renowned ANSYS for sale Fluent computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver engine for accurate thermal and fluid flow calculations. Both multigrid and pressure-based solver formulations are available, providing quick and robust calculations. The solution also provides meshing algorithms for complex geometries, including both multiblock and unstructured hex-dominant meshing. While the meshing process is fully automated, you can also customize it to refine the mesh and optimize the trade-off between computational cost and solution accuracy.
Simulate the response of materials to short periods of severe loading
ANSYS LS-DYNA is the most commonly used explicit simulation program, capable of simulating the response of materials to short periods of severe loading. Its many elements, contact formulations, material models and other controls can be used to simulate complex models with control over all the details of the problem.
ANSYS LS-DYNA has a vast array of capabilities to simulate extreme deformation problems using its explicit solver. Engineers can tackle simulations involving material failure and look at how the failure progresses through a part or through a system. Models with large amounts of parts or surfaces interacting with each other are also easily handled, and the interactions and load passing between complex behaviors are modeled accurately. Using computers with higher numbers of CPU cores can drastically reduce solution times.
Polyflow accelerates design while shrinking energy and raw material demands to make your manufacturing processes more cost-effective and environmentally sustainable. R&D teams use this technology extensively to design and optimize processes such as extrusion, thermoforming, blow molding, glass forming, fiber drawing and concrete shaping. Design engineers use Polyflow to minimize physical prototyping when manufacturing extrusion dies or to reduce thickness variation to improve the quality of thermoformed or blown products.
Polyflow’s unique inverse die design capability can identify final die designs much faster than traditional build-and-test methods. This translates into substantial cost reduction and time savings. Your team can improve the quality of blown and thermoformed products by running trial-and-error processes with ANSYS Polyflow, rather than testing changes on the production line. Glass forming and float glass engineering simulations help designers to more quickly produce higher-quality tableware, glass containers and flat glass.
Now core Polyflow capabilities are also included in ANSYS AIM, the easy-to-use simulation environment designed for all engineers. You can use AIM's guided workflows to model the deformation of molten plastic pushed through an extrusion die. AIM is ideal for simulating the flow within the die, predicting the extrudate shape for a particular die and predicting the required die shape in order to obtain a desired extrudate shape.
ANSYS SpaceClaim is a fast and intuitive 3-D modeling software solution that enables any analyst or engineer to create, edit and repair geometry no matter where they are in the workflow.
ANSYS TurboGrid software includes novel technology that targets complete automation combined with an unprecedented level of mesh quality for even the most complex blade shapes. The desired final mesh size is defined (and, optionally, the blade boundary layer resolution), and all the other steps are performed automatically to produce a mesh of extremely high quality. Grid angles are exceptionally good, mesh sizes transition smoothly, and high aspect-ratio elements are generated in the near-wall regions to resolve these regions efficiently and capture boundary layer flows accurately.