This post discusses latest developments and enhancements in ANSYS Structures R19 applications. Maximize your RoI and productivity with the latest ANSYS release.
Today’s ever-changing and increasingly-competitive world makes life complicated for product developers such as you. Hence, you are perpetually in a race to launch better products and increase profitability.
In order to help you realize your product promise, we are glad to introduce you to ANSYS Structures R19 with various improvements and additions. As a result of the new release, you’ll find exciting and innovative technologies which make the development of complex products effortless with help of improved solver capabilities, better usability, integration of complex physical phenomenon and solver scale-up using HPC.
Enhanced Utility and Scale-Up
This year ANSYS brings in some radical changes to help you capitalize on your current and future ANSYS investments. Starting off, the following will enhance the utility of ANSYS for many applications and help in speeding up run time.
The inclusion of small sliding algorithms helps significantly reduce the time involved in contact detection by performing contact search only at the beginning of the analysis. So, this leads to faster solutions.
Additions to the user interface such as Selection Clipboard helps you save selection information intermittently. Hence you can retrieve it whenever necessary to define BCs, Named Selection, etc.
Material Plots help in visualizing material assignments to the components and also to have a holistic understanding of materials in the assembly.
Improvements in meshing and contact algorithm is another development. Therefore, this will lead you to a faster problem definition in the interactive environment of ANSYS Mechanical.
Compute with 4 cores as default across entire ANSYS Mechanical (Pro, Premium, Enterprise) product lineup. Hence more value for your investments!
Achieve 3X scale-up using HPC with improved Structures R19 Solvers and utilize HPC Pack across entire ANSYS product portfolio. Therefore, your problems run faster and better!
Effortless Modelling of Complex Phenomena
Increased use of simulations across various industries requires engineers to simulate complex phenomenon. ANSYS Structures R19 helps make simulation of complex physical phenomena seem effortless.
SMART: Separating, Morphing, Adaptive and Re-Meshing Technology (SMART) makes simulation of Fatigue Cracks easy and interactive. SMART fracture capabilities simulate crack growth without the need for crafted meshes.
Coupled Physics: New 22X elements help in achieving a magnetic coupling of Structural and Thermal with Magnetic DOFs.
Enhanced FSI coupling allow faster data transfer between CFD and Structural Solvers.
ANSYS Structures R19: Other Noteworthy Enhancements
Additional data import from external models
Element Birth and Death as Native Mechanical Feature
Quick and Easy RST import
Improved NLAD-based Simulation for physics involving Large Strains
Beam to Beam Contacts
Higher Scaling in DMP
In conclusion, this article serves as a good foundation to further understanding. There is much more to learn about ANSYS Structures R19. Join us on April 12 for the ANSYS Structures R19 Update Webinar to get the details! Register now.
This post discusses latest developments and enhancements in ANSYS Fluids R19 applications. Maximize your RoI and productivity with the latest ANSYS release.
How we use simulations has changed drastically since its inception. A couple of decades back simulations were majorly used for research purpose. But today it is used for various applications ranging from airplanes to microfluidics. Simulations have also evolved to handle more complex problems in smaller run times. ANSYS, a leading simulation software company is constantly innovating to make simulation easier to use and at the same time making them more robust. With every release, the GUI is getting better and the solver is getting smarter. Hence, without further ado, let’s take a dive into a few enhancements in ANSYS Fluids R19.
In this article, I will discuss some of these developments however, I recommend you to join the upcoming webinar that I will deliver on April 17.
Enhancements for Spray Modelling
The new feature in ANSYS Fluids R19 would significantly reduce the computational effort needed for spray nozzle designers to optimize product performance. CFD has been used for modelling sprays for a while now. Multiple approaches are available for spray modelling namely, full resolution (resolving all the length scales in the spray), semi-empirical (uses empirical correlation for droplet break up and stability analysis to generate droplet data), etc. ANSYS Fluids R19 has significantly enhanced spray modelling using VOF (volume of fluid)-to-DPM (discrete phase modelling) approach. As a result, you can directly track interface instabilities and surface tension effects that result in ligament and droplet formation. Due to this, you’ll get fast, accurate spray breakup and droplet distribution with minimal effort.
Accurate Preventive Maintenance
Engineers seeking to maximize up time and optimize preventive maintenance programs need to reliably predict the location and extent of erosion in pipelines that are carrying particle-laden flows. Previously, static meshes could not account for structural changes in the pipe caused by erosion and its subsequent impact on fluid flow, thereby reducing prediction accuracy. New technologies in Fluent R19 automatically couple structural changes due to erosion with a dynamic mesh so that the simulation more fully captures the degradation arising from erosion.
More Computational Power
To empower the users with more computational power, significant changes have been made to the High-Performance Computing (HPC) solution.
High-Performance Meshing Technologies that help in meshing the complex geometries at lightning speed. Higher Productivity.
All core solver technologies utilize four (4) cores without HPC License Checkout. HPC products add on top of these four cores. Hence, this gives you more value for money.
ANSYS Fluids R19: Other Noteworthy Enhancements
Blade flutter modelling
Risk assessment for Urea Solid Deposition for SCR
Lagrangian wall film
Local residual scaling for multiphase
Shar/Dispersed discretization schemes with Mixture Multiphase
FSI: Accurate leakage flows through narrow gaps
Species mass transport improvements
Cavitation modelling improvements
Native rolling ball fillets
Variable shroud gap
New Workbench templates
In conclusion, this article has only covered the tip of the iceberg. There is much more to learn about ANSYS Fluids R19. Join us on April 17 for the ANSYS Fluids R19 Update Webinar to get the details! Register now.