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Red Bull Racing Innovates With ANSYS
Posted Wed September 15, 2010 @03:43PM
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News ANSYS continues to push engineering simulation boundaries to fulfill the challenging needs of next-generation Formula 1 racing. Red Bull Racing selected ANSYS technology as its CFD code of choice, reducing its need for physical prototypes for wind tunnel testing.

In the following video, Steve Nevey of Red Bull Technology states "ANSYS software enables us to drastically reduce lead times and get solutions to the race circuit much quicker, making us more competitive race by race. ANSYS software has proved to be incredibly reliable and very accurate and we rate the knowledge and expertise of the staff at ANSYS very highly."


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The tools that ANSYS offers -- including powerful geometry tools, highly automated to user-defined meshing and advanced CFD solver -- can be leveraged to get to an accurate solution fast via a workflow that allows you to automatically investigate multiple, parametric design variations.

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