RayGen explains their vision to accelerate the global transition to renewable energy and how they are using CFD simulation to deliver innovative solar infrastructure projects such as their unique ‘PV Ultra’ concentrated PV technology that provides dispatchable electricity, heat, cooling and desalinated water, all day and night.
Prof. David Fletcher guides us through the key new features of interest in Ansys 2021 R2 for CFD, including some important new usability enhancements. This blog contains a series of short summaries with content tailored to particular physics / applications / topics of interest.
Learn how simulation plays a vital role in the design phase for many infrastructure projects such as tunnels, with the ability to test various design configurations and verify performance virtually, without build-and-test methodology, providing cost savings and faster project delivery.
Read about Monash High-Powered Rocketry's amazing achievement to win second place in its category at the 2021 Virtual Spaceport America Cup - including an acknowledgement of their quality simulation work, with first place in the Charles Hoult Award for Modelling and Simulation.
Q&A with Douglas Weber-Steinhaus from Ansys to learn about his experiences working with ETNZ in Auckland in the leadup to the 2021 America's Cup (which starts next week!)
Ansys 2021 R1 brings a multitude of new advances and usability enhancements. - here we provide a series of short highlight summaries with content tailored to particular physics / applications / topics of interest.
F1 in Schools Spotlight: Dark Matter Racing explain how they were able to use CFD to engineer Australia’s fastest F1 in Schools car (plus a host of other awards) at the 2020 National Finals, and look ahead to their next competition, the 2020(21) World Finals.
F1 in Schools Spotlight: After achieving great success at the 2020 Virtual Victorian State Finals where they placed first overall and were awarded 11 of 13 category awards including Best Engineered and the Innovation Award, Team Hydron describe the many hours of CFD testing and design conducted by their engineering team, supported by LEAP Australia and Ansys.
Ansys CFD tools in 2021 have taken another large step forward with the availability of a new product, named “Ansys CFD-Pro” - which provides our customers with the right tools to tackle a range of common CFD applications at a significantly more affordable price than the full Ansys CFD Premium package, but still using the same modern Fluent workflow, meshing technology, and core Fluent solver that has been trusted by our customers worldwide for many decades.
A recent CFD study examines the relationship between nasal shape and the turbulence of airflow in the nose to help better understand olfaction and improve nasal drug delivery.