For you sports lovers out there, not only can you watch a Warriors game, you can also run simulations in sports. As many of you already know, simulations are needed everywhere, especially in the world of sports. Whether to shave off a few seconds from an Olympic record time or to minimize the risk of injuries, ANSYS simulation software is advantageous in the sports arena and gives teams the competitive edge they need to destroy the competition, while maximizing safety.
With the recent release of Concussion starring Will Smith, this expose highlighted the brain damage many football players suffer from due to repeated blows to the head. How can simulations in sports alleviate such tragedies? The following white paper, Dramatic Changes in Sports: The Contribution of Engineering Simulation, examines how ANSYS simulation technology is utilized in various sports ranging from sailing to badminton. Simulations in sports helps better understand the activity, improve the performance of the equipment, and reduce the risk of injuries.
Why are Simulations in Sports a Necessity?
Sports professionals and coaches always explore ways to enhance performance and maximize safety. Engineering simulation “is a proven technology able to predict the behavior of a device or an athlete, or a system comprising the athlete, devices and equipment, under specific conditions. Through computer-based modeling, it is possible to determine and understand how influential parameters impact athletic performance, or minimize or amplify injury. By varying these influential conditions and predicting the consequences of these modifications, equipment designers can select the best set of conditions to optimize performance and reduce injury. In addition, sporting goods manufacturers can release these improved goods to market faster and at a lower cost.” Sounds interesting? Click here to read more!
Let’s look at an example of how a simulation would be extremely beneficial. Did you know that our very own Dr. Metin Ozen loves to sail? If he wanted to conduct a simulation before his next sailing adventure, he could use ANSYS CFX to analyze the flow around the modern upwind sails, showing the design procedure from surface definition to grid generation and visualization of the results with the streamlines. Next time you are here at Ozen Engineering for a meeting or a training, ask Dr. Ozen about his sailing adventures in Turkey and the San Francisco Bay.
You can also find out how ANSYS simulation solutions can help you engineer the ideal sports equipment and reduce the risk of injuries by reading this white paper. Hungry to learn more? Please visit our ANSYS training schedule for upcoming courses: http://www.ozeninc.com/ansys-training-events/. If you are interested in a technology demonstration, please contact Casey Heydari at 408-732-4665 or email@example.com to schedule a demo today.
Download Now: Dramatic Changes in Sports – White Paper
By Maryam Nemazie