Meaningful Results

Meaningful Results By Andrew Hobbs, Chief CFD/DEM Engineer, Astec, Inc., Chattanooga, USA The performance of an asphalt plant depends upon the interaction of many different processes. Astec has made substantial improvements in its ability to accurately simulate these different processes, generating large quantities of disparate data whose impact on the design issues at hand is often…

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Digital Exploration with ANSYS AIM

Digital Exploration with ANSYS AIMBy Steve Scampoli, Lead Product Manager, ANSYS, Inc. Innovative companies continually seek new ways to improve product design and reduce product development costs. Because most development costs are determined by decisions made early in the design process, many companies leverage digital exploration, often called upfront simulation, to reduce costs. By digitally exploring design concepts and…

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ANSYS Discovery Live: Real-Time Simulation Revolution

ANSYS Discovery Live: Real-Time Simulation RevolutionBy Justin Hendrickson, Director, Product Management, ANSYS With the revolutionary new ANSYS Discovery Live solution, simulation is no longer a matter of hours or days — it is instantaneous. Engineers can start seeing simulation results in seconds after importing a geometry, with no need for a high-performance computing system. That is because all the computing is…

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Deep Channel Analysis for High-Speed Interconnect Solutions

Deep Channel Analysis for High-Speed Interconnect SolutionsBy Scott McMorrow, CTO, Group, and Matt Burns, Product Marketing Manager, Samtec, Inc., New Albany, USA Data center servers, storage and networking equipment communicate over copper and optical cable assemblies joined together by ever-faster connectors. Samtec leverages a comprehensive suite of simulation software from ANSYSto design and optimize next-generation, high-performance interconnect solutions across the…

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Fuel Injection: Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Fuel Injection: Breaking Up is Hard to DoBy Junmei Shi, Simulation Team Leader, and Pablo Lopez Aguado, Ph.D. Student, Delphi Automotive Systems, Bascharage, LuxembourgImproving internal combustion engine emissions and fuel economy performance requires better understanding of the process by which the fuel injection nozzle breaks up the liquid fuel and propels atomized droplets into the cylinder. Delphi engineers are using…

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Bright Idea for Headlights

Bright Idea for Headlights By Manjunath Subbanna, Senior Technology Engineer; Eelco Galestien, Project Engineer; Creighton Tomek, Ceramics Technologist; and Wei Fan, Ceramics NPI Manager; Momentive Performance Materials, Strongsville, USA Momentive Performance Materials successfully reduced the time required for physical testing by using simulation to optimize the heat sink design for an LED automotive headlight. This simulation yielded a design…

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Hitting the brakes

Hitting the brakes By Andrew Clark and Jared Butterfield, Lead Structural Analysis Engineers, United States Air Force, Hill AFB, USA United States Air Force jets were being damaged when the tow tractor that transports them around bases came to a sudden stop. An Air Force engineering team used ANSYSMechanical to determine the cause of the problem and devise…

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Making sensor for the IoT

Making sensor for the IoT By Alissa Fitzgerald, Founder and Managing Member, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates, LLC, Burlingame, USA MEMS technology is a critical element in many of the sensors that will generate the data to drive value from the IoT. An experienced MEMS developer describes some of the issues involved in creating reliable MEMS and provides some best…

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Wired into health

Wired into health By Arun Venkatasubramanian, Associate Director, Cambridge Consultants, Boston, USA The Internet of Things for healthcare requires antennas in implantable medical devices to operate safely within the human body, over longer distances than before and at more than one frequency. These devices must also be reliable in the wide range of body types and ages that…

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Product Design Shorts: Glass Ceilings, Micro Phones, and More

Product Design Shorts: Glass Ceilings, Micro Phones, and MoreWomen in Engineering Are you a woman product designer or engineer? If so, you're one of the few (for now). The glass ceiling has now been broken for nominating a woman for president, but how far is that ceiling for women in the STEM industry? Lillian Moller Gilbreth, first female member of American Society of…

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