For many engineers, managers, and designers, increasing energy efficiency via thermal optimization is a priority, particularly in the consumer product, construction, and industrial equipment industries. Small gains in heating and cooling efficiency can help the project achieve green building certification or high energy star ratings for appliances, ultimately saving money. However, physically testing manufacturing plant configurations, construction variations, and industrial equipment can be cost-prohibitive. Instead, with ANSYS simulation software, you can improve thermal results by building virtual industrial plants and equipment and predicting results while production is underway or before you build.
ANSYS engineering simulation allows you to capture all thermal processes: convection, conduction, combustion, electrical resistance or induction, radiation, and Joule heating. Engineers can move quickly from geometry to thermal simulation, easily integrate multiphysics interactions that may influence thermal performance, and quickly obtain thermal optimization with integrated tools.
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- Article: Beat the Heat
- Case Study: GEA-Ecoflex Slide
- Webinar: Multiphysics Optimization of an LED Light Bulb Using ANSYS [Hot]
- Case Study: Simulation-driven Product Development Speeds Design of Heat Exchangers from Two Weeks to Two Days
- Webinar: Underhood Thermal Modeling Using ANSYS Fluent
ANSYS Energy Systems Simulation for Sustainable Design