Ansys Fluent gives you more time to innovate and optimize product performance. Trust your simulation results with software that has been extensively validated across a wide range of applications. With Ansys Fluent, you can create advanced physics models and analyze a variety of fluids phenomena—all in a customizable and intuitive space.
- User-Friendly Interface
- Single Window, Streamlined Workflow
- Best-in-Class Physics Models
- Capabilities for Meshing and Solving
Accelerate your design cycle with this powerful fluid simulation software. Ansys Fluent contains the best-in-class physics models and can accurately and efficiently solve large, complex models.
Ansys Fluent delivers some significant features to engineers who need to understand and optimize the behavior of their fluids.
- Task-Based Workflows
- Turbulence Modeling
- Single and Multiphase Flows
- Reduced Order Models
- Shape Optimization
- Overset Mesh
- Conjugate Heat Transfer
- Fluid-Structure Interaction
Generate Accurate and Reliable Fluid Simulation Results with Ansys Fluent
Ansys Fluent unlocks new potentials for CFD analysis. A fluid simulation software with fast pre-processing and faster solve times to help you be the fastest to break into the market. Ansys Fluent’s industry leading features enable limitless innovation, while never making a compromise on accuracy.
Explore the best fluid simulation tools on the market in an efficient, customizable workspace
Accelerate your pre- and post-processing with streamlined workflows for meshing and application setups.
Ansys Fluent has customizable, task-based workflows for pre-processing to help accelerate the process of generating a high-quality CFD-ready mesh. These workflows are for both clean and dirty CAD. Application workflows are streamlined to help reduce the amount of clicks and panels a user has to deal with. These workflows include multiphase modeling, batteries, shape optimization, aerodynamics and more.
Advance your battery design and safety with rapid, accurate simulation. Electrochemistry can be used for age and life prediction. Battery thermal management and runaway can be simulated to ensure top performance and safety. A reduced order model (ROM) can be created by extracting key thermal characteristics to analyze temperature in seconds.
Electric Motor Cooling
Electric motor cooling is critical as you move to higher power, high-efficiency equipment. Ansys Fluent can be used to find the appropriate cooling mechanism for an electric motor. Optimize this method, whether it’s natural, water or spray cooled, to ensure motor efficiency is not impacted and magnets are not damaged.
A wide range of turbulence models are available to choose the right model for your application. Ansys Fluent offers a wide range of turbulence models including the industry-leading Generalized k-ω (GEKO) model. GEKO is a revolutionary concept with tunable coefficients that can be adjusted to different flow regimes.
Accurately simulate multiphase flows including gas-liquid, liquid-liquid, gas-solid, particle flows and even DEM. Different modeling approaches are needed as you move from single to multiphase flow applications, and Ansys understands this. To help accurately predict these challenging flows, we offer a wide range of models for gas, liquid, solid, particle flows and even DEM to get you the most accurate results.
Accurate combustion models allow you to gain insight into system performance and flow phenomena.
Assuring you have accurate combustion is critical for the precise mix of turbulence, chemistry and the interaction between them. Ansys Fluent offers accurate and validated reacting flow models for your combustion applications.
Fluid Structure Interaction
Accurately predict interactions between fluids and solids from pressure and/or thermal loads. Solve your fluid-structure interaction challenge to make sure your product is safe, reliable and optimized. Ansys Fluent can solve FSI problems standalone and couples with Ansys Mechanical for the most complex simulations.
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