Engineers rely on ANSYS electronics simulation software to design robust and power-efficient integrated circuits (ICs), printed-circuit boards (PCBs), communication infrastructures, and electromechanical systems.
ANSYS integrated circuit analysis software enables you to perform chip-level power optimization and sign-off, which is especially critical for developing products that must meet stringent power budgets.
With our signal integrity analysis products, you can design high-speed serial channels, parallel buses and complete power delivery systems found in modern high-speed electronic devices.
ANSYS electronics cooling products give you the ability to perform closed-loop simulations, enabling design optimization for best thermal performance.
You can leverage ANSYS RF and microwave design software to model, simulate and validate high-frequency components and antennas found in communication systems, mobile devices, computers, radio and radar.
Our electronics simulation software is ideal for the design of electromechanical as well as power electronics components and systems common to the automotive, aerospace, high-tech and industrial automation industries.
Designing sophisticated electronic devices means creating numerically large models with detailed geometry and complex physics. ANSYS delivers high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities that enable rapid processing of the toughest simulations.
Customer Success Story: Axiflux
Axiflux is developing a high-performance permanent magnet motor with integrated inverter electronics. Integration provides valuable space and complexity savings to the customer, but creates engineering challenges in thermal design and dual optimisation of electronic and magnetic sub-systems.
Accurate electromagnetic FEA simulation of motor performance (torque, back EMF, magnetic saturation, core loss, eddy currents etc) allows for minimisation of loss in the active magnetic components improving machine efficiency. Thermal FEA is used to evaluate heat paths.
-Best in class magnetic simulation (including core loss models, symmetry reduction, demagnetisation calculation and sophisticated field visualisation)
-Multiphysics coupling between thermal and magnetic simulations (magnetic loss -> thermal simulations).