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Rocket Lab utilises Ansys multiphysics simulation to verify and systematically improve their designs
Engineers at Fisher & Paykel used Ansys topology optimisation to analyse out-of-balance wash loads to reveal the most efficient distribution of material
Quickstep used Ansys for the rapid optimisation of multiple design parameters to meet the complex structural loading of the composite structure
RMIT is using emerging technologies such as IoT, AR, PLM and Simulation-based Digital Twins to create new learning opportunities for students, foster collaboration within student teams, engage students using advanced visualisation and help solve real-world industry problems.
Breville engineers are constantly striving for their products to perform better & be more reliable. Con Psarologos, GM Engineering, explains how Ansys has allowed his team to innovate faster. Learn how the development time of components has reduced from 3 months to less than 2 weeks!
Onyx Projects engineers utilised Rocky DEM discrete element modeling to definitively predict iron-ore fines’ flow behaviour.
Ansys simulations help AustEx engineers to check the structural designs of all drill rig equipment, including platforms, lifting equipment and rig steelwork.
CPP engineers have combined Ansys CFD with wind tunnel testing to accurately predict the impact of wind-driven rain in the vicinity of building entries and awnings.
Monash Human Power ( aims to design a recumbent bike to ultimately break the world speed record for human powered vehicles As a student team, MHP is limited in budget and resources so uses Ansys simulations early in their design cycle for testing new ideas in both aerodynamics and chassis design
Monash HPR is a student team designing and building high powered rockets which has integrated the use of Ansys software to simulate complex aerodynamics, structural mechanics, composites, fluid structure interaction & electromagnetics interference problems