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ANSYS 16.0 delivers major advancements across the company’s entire portfolio, including structures, fluids, electronics and systems engineering solutions – providing engineers with the ability to validate complete virtual prototypes. Click the links for more details or register to attend one of the ANSYS 16.0 Update Webinars.

Electromagnetics Capabilities

electromagnetics-hfss-3d-components-tmb1 HFSS 3-D Components
In HFSS, you can create 3-D components and integrate them into larger assemblies. This modeling approach can facilitate the creation of wireless communication systems, and is especially useful as these systems become more and more complex…
power-integrity-analysis-ansys-siwave-dc-tmb2 Power Integrity Analysis
For today’s high-speed digital designs, it is critical that printed circuit boards (PCBs) and integrated circuit (IC) packages are accurately analyzed using a reliable simulation tool like ANSYS SIwave-DC so that potential pre- and post-layout power and signal integrity…
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According to a recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute on the future of disruptive technologies, IoT figures prominently as one of the “next big things” that is bound to transform life, business and the global economy in the years to come…

Fluids Capabilities

fluid-dynamics-preprocessing-complex-geometry-tmb4 Fluid Dynamics Preprocessing for Complex Geometries
Engineers often deal with very large and complex geometries represented by CAD files or surface mesh files, which can have imperfections (holes or gaps that need to be closed before a fluid volume can be extracted). Resolution requirements can lead to large…
flow-waves-around-ship-hull-tmb5 Marine and Offshore Simulations
In the offshore industry, it is common to analyze hydrodynamics and wave impact using potential flow solvers to assess wave loading and buoyancy dynamics. But shipping and offshore engineers designing complex oil platforms, ships and other marine structures…
race-car-design-smart-shape-optimization-r16-tmb6 Shape Optimization with Adjoint Solver
Imagine that you have to design a car and minimize its drag, or engineer a piping system and minimize pressure drop. In both cases, the actual shape of the design is the most important factor. When setting parameters for simulation, usually you define the shape and run…
demo-simulation-blade-side-turbocharger-tmb7 Turbomachinery
Engineers need advanced simulation tools to meet customer demands for more efficient and reliable high-performance machines. Besides the need to accurately predict aerodynamic performance across an increasingly wide range of speeds and operating conditions…

Structural Capabilities

r16-composite-draping-tmb8 Designing Composite Structures
Reducing weight while improving structural performance and design aesthetics is a challenge every engineer faces. Composites are a great material alternative to drastically reduce weight in structural products. However, these materials are however difficult to model…
high-deformation-elastoeric-materials-tmb9 High Deformation Elastomeric Materials
Dealing with hyperelastic parts may be intimidating at first glance, due to the complexity of the material behavior. This Tech Tip will help you understand how to choose the proper material model. It will also give you some advice on how to setup the model in order to manage large deformations and highly nonlinear phenomena.
fabricated-structures-mesh-quality-tmb10 Modeling Fabricated Structures
Reducing weight while improving structural performance and design aesthetics is a challenge every engineer faces. Sheet metal is a common “traditional” material used in many industries to minimize material and weight while delivering required performance… Structures made of slender plates are largely used in industrial equipment (casings, cranes, etc.) as well as in transportation applications, like trains or ships…

Multiphysics Capabilities

multiphysics-highlights-tmb14 Multiphysics Simulation Platform
ANSYS 16.0 delivers the first integrated and comprehensive multiphysics simulation platform designed for all engineers. This platform, called AIM, is the further realization of the ANSYS Workbench strategy to revolutionize engineering processes through Simulation Driven Product Development…