A quick video showing you a great workflow for designing electric motors. It shows going from a quick template based design tool to a full 3D analysis tool.
Electric motor have contributed a lot to the development of the industrial technologies present in the today’s modern world. There have been many types of it for specific and different applications. From industrial to home appliances, electric motors are an important part of our daily lives. Even commuting scooters have little electric motors in them that propel the boards.
This is a quick video showing an example of doing an impact study using a steel slug and a reinforced concrete block.
This is Part 2 of our 2 part video series showing you a multiphysics simulation with ANSYS Maxwell and ANSYS Mechanical. In this video we take the results from ANSYS Maxwell and use it to compute the temperature distribution and finally the structural deformation due to the current through the parts.
The Part 1 video can be found here
This Part 1 of 2 video shows you the first half of a multiphysics simulation using the low-frequency electromagnetics tool ANSYS Maxwell to do an eddy current analysis. Part 2 will involve taking the results of this analysis and transferring it to perform a thermal-structural analysis using ANSYS Mechanical.
This video gives an example of using DesignXplorer to automate the optimization of a tuning fork to achieve a particular desired frequency
A quick video showing a new way to create section planes by using coordinate systems.
A quick video showing how to create a script that will automatically generate standard cross-sections in DesignModeler to be used for, as an example, line bodies.
ANSYS Help Link: // DesignModeler User Guide // Scripting API // Script Features // Features within Script Features // Cross Section Feature
A quick video showcasing the automatic contact generation feature in ANSYS Mechanical. This feature automatically selects the faces that are in contact or are close to contact and assigns a contact definition.