A few days back, I wrote about the future trends of CFD. But this was from an engineer perspective. When my friends or family ask me what I do, I always relate CFD and simulation to everyday product. How CFD is used to design a fan, a milk warmer, etc.
In the future, people will be using CFD, actually running simulation live…without even knowing it. Here is one example of my vision of the future of CFD used by people in their everyday life… Continue reading
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Testing Engineer I Canonsburg, PA
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This week we have two ANSYS webinars presented LIVE. These webinars are a great place to have your questions answered by one of our experts. Every webinar is also recorded, so if you can’t squeeze it onto your calendar, please do register anyway and you’ll receive a link to the recording as soon as it’s available. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include the world’s first figure eight Ferris wheel, a candle-powered electronics charger and a bike helmet that is making night driving safer. Have a great weekend!
At last year’s ANSYS Electronics Simulation Expo conference in Japan, my colleague Sandeep Sovani was delivering a keynote when he took out his Samsung smartphone and purposely dropped it on the stage! He was confidently making a point about designing robust electronic products.
The fact that a minor impact didn’t damage his phone’s exterior or degrade the performance of electronics, as best as we can tell, provides testimony that today’s engineers are paying close attention to product reliability and robustness. Continue reading
You may have read a quick blog post at Desktop Engineering about ANSYS’s electric machine simulation capabilities. Here we dive into the technical aspects and implications of thermal simulation for electric machines.
Electric machine geometry with cooling and integrated power electronics.
Modern electric machines are designed to meet a wide range of applications, all facing a variety of different technical challenges. They are designed to be compact with high power densities, to have integrated power electronics, to be high-speed for higher power density, and to handle harsh environments.
These challenges all have thermal implications that affect the lifetime and performance of the electric machine and power electronics, and must be balanced with cost goals. ANSYS simulation tools, Fluent and Maxwell, can be used to predict the thermal and electromagnetic performance of these systems, and can therefore be used to optimize design choices for both thermal and cost considerations while meeting all application objectives. Continue reading
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New Open North America Positions
Technical Account Manager Concord, MA
Senior Applications Engineer San Jose, CA
Senior Applications Engineer San Jose, CA Continue reading
Below are the ANSYS webinars on the schedule for this week. And, for our readers interested in systems engineering, you’ll find our ANSYS experts standing by to answer all of you questions at INCOSE’s Annual International Symposium in Seattle this week. Make sure you stop by Booth D3. Continue reading