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ANSYS designs, develops, markets and globally supports engineering simulation solutions used to predict how product designs will behave in manufacturing and real-world environments. Its integrated, modular and extensible set of solutions addresses the needs of organizations in a wide range of industries. ANSYS’ solutions qualify risk, enabling organizations to know if their designs are acceptable or unacceptable – not just that they will function as designed.
ANSYS helps organizations achieve:
Innovative and high-quality products and processes
Fewer physical prototypes and test set-ups
Faster return on investment due to reduced development time
A more flexible and responsive information-based development process, enabling the modification of designs at later stages of development
A front-end simulation strategy that offers a superior method for bringing products to market in less time and with fewer costs
There are many reasons to use simulation early in the development process, but time to market and cost are chief among them. Around 80 percent of a product’s development costs are locked in early in the concept phases, making early rapid iterations critical. By performing very quick “what-if” analyses, you can study the behavior of a product early in the process and avoid getting stuck with an unworkable designs and rework in the validation stage. Digital Exploration helps you bring innovation to market faster and less expensively.
Digital prototyping enables designs to be optimized, verified and validated against requirements using structural, thermal, electromagnetic and fluidic simulation, either in isolation or in coupled multiphysics or system-level studies. You can build an accurate and comprehensive simulation model to predict the performance of your detailed designs and reduce the need for physical testing. Digital protoypes provide insight into actual product performance and enable you to rapidly innovate beyond the limits of traditional build-test-break-redesign methods.
Pervasive engineering simulation isn’t limited to the product development process. A digital twin is a real-time, virtual copy of an actual operating machine that provides insight into individual product performance and maintenance. Sensors on the machine relay data – temperature, pressure, flow rate, voltage, loading, etc. – to the digital twin, and the twin evolves in step with the machines working environment. The digital twin can predict conditions long before they happen, so you can take corrective actions during scheduled downtime, rather than making an untimely shutdown. You can also use the collected data to improve the design of next-generation products.