Recently LEAP ran a series of Ansys 2023 update seminars covering the latest updates in Ansys Structures and Ansys Fluids, accompanied by lunch and networking amongst our local Ansys community.
If you were unable to make it to the live events, we've got the next best thing for you: a live recording of our Melbourne event, presented by Dr. Lewis Clark. Lewis is LEAP's Fluids Technical Manager, and in the following videos he presents the highlights from the Ansys 2023 Fluids R1 and R2 releases:
Introduction and PyFluent
Improvements and enhancements to:
- Converting existing journal files into Python scripts
UI, UX & Workflow
This section includes: Lightweight setup mode, Expressions enhancements, Graphics and post-processing enhancements, New formulation for volume of fluid (VOF), Improved particle tracking, New thickened flame model and more.
Optimisation & GPU Solver
This section includes: Morphing option added to design tool, Turbulence model optimiser, Release timeline for Multi-GPU solver in Fluent, Turbulence enhancements, Sliding mesh improvements and live demo of internal flow, transient and SBES.
CFX, Turbomachinery & Rocky
This section includes: Real gas property (RGP) files in CFX-Pre, CFX solver performance improvements, Mesh elementordering (beta), CFX integration with OpiSLang, CFX solver selection in Fluent meshing, CFD Post performance improvements, Improvements to Turbo robustness and workflow, Rocky DEM enhancements including full integration with Ansys tools.