Zapraszamy na sierpniowe webinaria podczas których specjaliści z firmy ANSYS zaprezentują nowe rozwiązania dostępne w oprogramowaniu do symulacji komputerowej.
Elastic Compute Scalable Design Methodologies for Next-Generation FPGAs
8 sierpnia 2019, godzina 18:00
Next-generation field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for 5G, AI, automotive, cloud and data center applications are getting bigger, faster and more complex. With the market’s continuous demand for higher performance and lower power products, FPGA designers strive hard to achieve stringent power, performance, area and reliability goals to stay ahead of the game. Traditional electronic design automation (EDA) techniques for full-chip critical path timing analysis and power integrity signoff cannot meet the capacity, performance and accuracy requirements for these complex FPGAs. Productivity and project schedules are negatively impacted as a result.
In this webinar, FPGA inventor Xilinx will discuss the many applications for its innovative elastic compute scalable design methodologies, including:
- Large design scaling for timing analysis using ANSYS SeaScape
- Full-chip EM/IR signoff using ANSYS RedHawk-SC
- Accelerated chip-scale interconnect delay calculation for timing capture flow using ANSYS Path FX
Aircraft Engine Icing
14 sierpnia 2019, godzina 17:00
Recent events of high-altitude turbofan engine malfunctions characterized by sudden power loss and flameouts have been attributed to ice crystal formation in the compressor core. The understanding of ice accretion on rotor/stator blades is paramount and needs to be accounted for and integrated into the gas turbine design process.
Designing optimal anti/de-icing systems requires detailed understanding of complex icing phenomena and their interaction with air flow and ingested particles. Regulatory certification processes are often underpinned with expensive ice tunnel and flight tests with limited data points. High-fidelity CFD/icing models can help engineers develop a better understanding of complex icing processes and design better systems at a fractional cost.
ANSYS icing solutions empower engineers with high fidelity CFD/icing models to account for ice accretion and flow interactions early in the design phase in a seamless manner while harnessing the power of high-performance computing. Attend this webinar to get an overview of ANSYS icing solutions with a focus on ice crystal formation in turbomachinery compressors.
Reduced Order Models (ROMs) for Simulation Democratization and Digital Twins
21 sierpnia 2019, godzina 17:00
CFD analysis generally takes a long time and requires significant computational resources, which makes it difficult to perform real-time monitoring or predictive maintenance. In addition, prior knowledge/experience is required to set up CFD simulations and extract meaningful results. Reduced order models (ROMs) can significantly speed up the process and make simulations easier. A ROM is a simplified version of a high-fidelity computational model that preserves essential behavior and dominant effects while reducing the solution time and computational storage capacity required. In this webinar, a series of ROMs will be shown, along with the workflow to create the ROMs. These examples will highlight how ROMs can be used by operators/non-simulation experts to perform ‘what-if’ analysis within seconds without compromising on accuracy.
Nonlinear Adaptivity Technology in ANSYS Mechanical
22 sierpnia 2019, godzina 17:00
Computational models of elastomeric seals, packers and metal manufacturing processes are highly nonlinear with evolving contacts, large strains and severe geometric distortion. The Lagrangian finite element mesh typically used is susceptible to errors due to severe mesh distortion. The Nonlinear Adapativity (NLAD) capability in the ANSYS Mechanical solver is a powerful technique to overcome the distortion issues and successfully solve such models. The solver tracks the mesh distortion during solution, automatically regenerates a new, superior quality mesh when needed, maps the solution variables and continues to solve until completion.
A Model-Based Safety Flow for Automotive Semiconductor Products in Battery Management Applications
28 sierpnia 2019, godzina 17:00
Because they are tiny and virtually invisible, it’s easy to overlook the central importance of the semiconductors that underlie reliable automotive performance today. But these small systems allow larger electronics networks to control every aspect of a car’s performance — including the batteries that drive many of the critical systems in the vehicle.
In this webinar, NXP engineers present their work on a model-based flow to develop safety-related automotive semiconductor products using ANSYS medini for semiconductors. Attend this event to learn how a seamless top-down methodology helps NXP engineers handle demanding safety challenges. It enables a consistent integration of all safety deliverables from safety goals down to the architecture as well as extensive safety analysis. NXP presenters will use an automotive battery management IC as an example to describe the challenges and the individual flow steps.
UWAGA! Webinaria prowadzone są w języku angielskim.