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If you’ve ever seen a rocket launch, flown on an airplane, driven a car, used a computer, touched a mobile device, crossed a bridge, or put on wearable technology, chances are you’ve used a product where Ansys software played a critical role in its creation. Ansys is the global leader in engineering simulation. We help the world’s most innovative companies deliver radically better products to their customers. By offering the best and broadest portfolio of engineering simulation software, we help them solve the most complex design challenges and engineer products limited only by imagination.

Assembly Line

Disrupting the Recycling Industry with AMP Robotics and Ansys

From Drafter to Innovator: The Evolution of the Design Engineer

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✍️ Author: Robert Farrell

πŸ”– Topics: Simulation-led Design

🏒 Organizations: PTC, Ansys, American Axle

The seeds of modern design were sown in 1765 by Gaspard Monge. The French mathematician is widely credited as the founder of descriptive geometry and technical drawing.

Simulation-led design (SLD) is advancing innovation by empowering designers with the ability to explore many more design options without adding time or cost. SLD not only reduces costs but optimizes product performance and advances innovation by allowing designers to digitally explore substantially more product design iterations by asking β€œwhat if?” and getting the answers quickly. Furthermore, as these designs have been more thoroughly validated against the requirements, failures in the field are reduced, which of course reduces product recalls and warranty costs.

Read more at Machine Design

BMW Partners with Ansys to Engineer the Future of Autonomous Driving

NVIDIA relies on Ansys Simulation

Driving Toward A Sustainable Future

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✍️ Author: Mary Kate Joyce

🏒 Organizations: Ansys, BMW

A physics-based electronics reliability assessment tool, Sherlock enables Schirmer and his team at BMW to assess the performance of PCBs under a range of thermal cycles, including temperature changes and static temperatures. BMW can also test PCB components for shock, random vibration, and steady mechanical loads.

Given the growing demand for new EV designs and product features, the Department of Power Electronics is under pressure to complete its reliability studies quickly β€” but without compromising analytic depth and breadth. β€œWith Ansys Sherlock, I’m able to manage 90 to 95% of my analytic modeling with a single tool that integrates easily with Ansys Workbench, Ansys physics-based solvers, and ECAD tools,” says Schirmer. β€œI’m grateful to have a partner who understands my needs and responds to them with the right capabilities.”

Read more at SemiEngineeing

The Connected Soldier

Four Ways to Connect Digital Threads with Simulation and Realize the Promise of Industry 4.0

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πŸ”– Topics: Simulation

🏒 Organizations: Ansys

The winners in this new age of manufacturing will be those that can connect the right digital threads of data to get to market faster, avoid downtime, quickly respond to supply-chain disruptions, and address sustainability issues.

Simulation is critical to connecting those threads in a two-way communication network that fully uses Industry 4.0 to achieve four advantages: accelerate time to market, reduce manufacturing downtime, take advantage of just-in-time additive manufacturing, and support sustainability initiatives.

Read more at Harvard Business Review

How To Measure ML Model Accuracy

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✍️ Author: Bryon Moyer

πŸ”– Topics: machine learning

🏒 Organizations: Ansys, Brainome, Cadence, Flex Logix, Synopsys, Xilinx

Machine learning (ML) is about making predictions about new data based on old data. The quality of any machine-learning algorithm is ultimately determined by the quality of those predictions.

However, there is no one universal way to measure that quality across all ML applications, and that has broad implications for the value and usefulness of machine learning.

Read more at Semiconductor Engineering