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ANSYS Cloud Delivers Easy HPC
Posted Mon February 11, 2019 @05:57PM
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News In collaboration with Microsoft Azure, ANSYS has developed and launched an all-new cloud offering — ANSYS Cloud.

Engineering simulation has long been constrained by fixed computing resources available on a desktop or cluster. Today, however, cloud computing can deliver the on-demand, high performance computing (HPC) capacity required for faster high-fidelity results offering greater performance insight.

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Hybrid Meshing Key to Improving CFD Simulation Efficiency
Posted Tue February 05, 2019 @05:14PM
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News When most people think about efficiency in completing a task, they think about speed. But when CFD (computational fluid dynamics) engineers think about efficiency, they understand there is a vital second component – solution accuracy.

Pointwise has published the case study Hybrid Meshing Key to Improving CFD Simulation Efficiency wherein various meshing approaches are compared to determine the most efficient simulation.

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Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge
Posted Thu January 24, 2019 @03:23AM
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News Airbus has issued a Quantum Computing Challenge which includes a CFD component.

With traditional computers gradually approaching their limits, the quantum computer promises to deliver a new level of computational power. As an active user of advanced computing solutions, Airbus is at the forefront of a paradigm shift in the computing world exploring how quantum computing could solve key questions for the aerospace industry, and forever alter how aircraft are built and flown.

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ANSYS Announces Winners of 2019 Hall of Fame Competition
Posted Wed January 23, 2019 @07:51AM
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News From optimizing prosthetic foot designs to fighting heart disease to securing high voltage cables, the winning entries of the annual ANSYS Hall of Fame competition highlight how engineers are solving key challenges with ANSYS Pervasive Engineering Simulation solutions across numerous industries.

Entrants from around the world successfully demonstrated their use of ANSYS pervasive engineering simulation technology to solve complex problems. The submissions were divided into three categories – corporate, startup and academic.

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Virtual Reality Enhances Fluid Dynamics Lectures
Posted Tue January 22, 2019 @05:43PM
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News A team of researchers from the Imperial College Department of Chemical Engineering have utilised Virtual Reality (VR) technology for teaching fluid dynamics.

Matar Fluids Group (MFG) received funding from Imperial College London to develop the technology, with which they have created a VR programme that enables students to experience fluid dynamics from within a liquid flow with real-time feedback through touch and sound.

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Not All Numerical Methods are Born Equal for LES
Posted Mon December 17, 2018 @06:35PM
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News Prof. ZJ Wang has posted an article comparing numerical methods for Large Eddy Simulation.

Among the insights shared: "The ideal numerical method for LES should have very low dissipation AND dispersion errors over the resolvable range of wave numbers, but dissipative for non-resolvable high wave numbers. In this way, the simulation will resolve a wide turbulent spectrum, while damping out the non-resolvable small eddies to prevent energy pile-up, which can drive the simulation divergent."

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