Reduced Order Modeling in the Context of System Level Simulation

Sameer ROMI recently had the pleasure of representing ANSYS as an invited plenary speaker at the MoRePaS international workshop on Reduced Order Modeling. Model order reduction techniques and the resulting Reduced Order Models are a critical technological advancement that are extremely important in the context of System Level Simulation. Applications of ROMs are vast, ranging from enabling product designers to more accurately simulate the whole product to enabling real-time system analysis. Continue reading

ANSYS Webinars This Week – Aug 27th

image of Learning text on a keyboardAs August draws to a close, what better way to wrap it up than by attending one of this week’s ANSYS Webinars.

On Tuesday and Thursday, we will be presenting “Modeling Engine Ports using ANSYS CFD“.¬†Performance of internal combustion engines greatly depend on the shape of intake ports. Further, strict emissions standards have increased the importance of exhaust ports. Intake and exhaust port design happens at a very early stage in the overall engine development cycle. Any significant time reduction in this early stage of port design can have significant impact on the turnaround time of the entire design cycle of IC engines. The use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for port designs has gained importance over the traditional approach of using flow bench. This is because CFD provides better insight into the 3-D flow features that are difficult to evaluate from experiments. Continue reading