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New CADFEM ANSYS extension for the analysis of hydrodynamic bearings within ANSYS Mechanical
Influence of manufacturing tolerances and operational conditions on sensor performance
The Bourns Automotive Division has played a leading role in the design, development and manufacture of potentiometric sensors since 1949. New applications such as advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) lead to increasing demands for sensor resolution and robustness under various operating conditions.
In order to meet requirements for development, sensor characteristics, manufacturability and costs, Bourns approach is to use system simulation based on the combination of reduced order models derived from field simulations and behavior models.
System simulation accelerates the purposeful development of complex sensor systems consisting of various interacting components. Even with competing optimization goals and design restrictions it is possible to identify ideal sensor configurations through parameter variation.
Please read the full article, learn about the system model set up in ANSYS Simplorer and how Bourns – a CADFEM customer – is able to fully meet increasing design demands.
28 March, 12PM BST – Register now
The eye diagram allows to assess the signal integrity. Figure courtesy of Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH.
Communication Modules for IoT Applications
In the development of new home appliances the connection to the internet of things (IoT) plays a crucial role for BSH Hausgeräte GmbH. Read the full article
The company is driving innovation for the smart home even faster with the help of simulation using ANSYS electronics tools.
Using ANSYS HFSS and ANSYS optiSLang the influence of various geometry parameters on the antenna performance can be assessed. This allows optimization of the resonance frequencies, the bandwidths and the antenna gain and furthermore understanding the influence of manufacturing tolerances and varying
New layout concepts are investigated with ANSYS SIwave, especially the arrangement of the power and ground layers and the placement of decoupling capacitors are optimized. In this way capacitors are saved and new design rules are established.
The signal integrity analysis using ANSYS SIwave shows saving potentials for termination resistors and assists the optimization of critical high-speed signal lines.
Crucial for an efficient analysis of PCB layouts is a
streamlined EDA workflow from Mentor Expedition as
layout tool to the ANSYS electronics tools, where apart
from the geometry also part information is transferred to
the analysis tool.
For further information and to talk to our experts regarding the above and other applications, please contact us
ANSYS Webinar 20th February, 4pm GMT
ANSYS 19 also delivers an improved core modeling technology in ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim. All users can now have a better modeling experience. From user interface improvements and navigation changes to 3D printing enhancements, Discovery SpaceClaim continues to make modeling fun and easy.
ANSYS and CADFEM are very pleased to invite you to this free Update Webinar. We would like to inform you about how these improvements can continue saving you time and money in your modeling efforts. We’ll talk about some of the latest features, functionality improvements, usability enhancements and speedups built in to SpaceClaim.
If you are a current SpaceClaim user, you’ll appreciate innovations in tools you no doubt use every day. If you are new to ANSYS Discovery SpaceClaim, then you will be surprised by the easy-to-use and intuitive experience ANSYS included in this software.
Please contact CADFEM Technical Support now or after the Webinar. We will provide feedback and advice for your applications.
Please book your place now: ANSYS 19 Discovery SpaceClaim Webinar 20th February, 4pm GMT.
ANSYS Webinar 27th February 4pm GMT
With ANSYS Discovery AIM design engineers can test the performance of their designs faster than previously possible. AIM’s wide breadth of physics, highly accurate solutions and easy-to-use workflows are making it a compelling tool for driving innovation earlier in the concept development phase of designs.
Do you want to improve design performance and better understand the physical phenomena associated with your products? If yes, please register for this ANSYS 19 Update Webinar.
ANSYS experts will talk about some of the latest features, functionality improvements, usability enhancements and speedups included in AIM. Regardless of the type of simulation you run, or whether you currently use AIM, you will be amazed at the improvements this release delivers.
Please contact CADFEM Technical Support and our AIM experts, now or after the Webinar! We will provide feedback and advice for your applications.
Please book your place now: ANSYS Webinar 27th February, 4pm GMT.