Ansys 19.2 is designed for faster problem-solving capabilities across entire portfolio
Ansys 19.2, the latest release of Ansys Pervasive Engineering Simulation solutions, is intended to accelerate the design process with its new single window, efficient workflows, and advanced meshing technology for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Users can benefit from new processes for developing embedded software for safety-critical applications, dramatic computational speed, and user experience improvements for solving automotive radar scenarios, digital twins, 3D design exploration, and structural modeling.
The 19.2 release is meant to accelerate CFD models faster and with more accuracy. In the fluids suite, Ansys 19.2 delivers new features to accelerate CFD simulations to boost productivity. Ansys Fluent meshing includes a fully automated Mosaic technology that automatically combines a variety of boundary layer meshes using high-quality polyhedral meshes for accurate flow resolution for fewer, better-quality cells and delivers solutions 2x faster. System Coupling 2.0 for multiphysics simulation offers improved and consistent performance for any scenario and is fully validated against the original version of the engine. Users can use the high-performance computing (HPC) resources for multiphysics simulations and quickly map data. The version also features improved text-driven workflows.
It also features expanded systems simulation capabilities for autonomous and electric vehicles. New capabilities are intended to make it easier and faster to build, validate, and deploy digital twins. Now users can visualize 3D fields of static ROMs and view simulation results, such as velocity and flow rate, on the 3D geometry.
With the recent acquisition of Optis, Ansys is introducing Ansys VRXperience, which takes predictive validation of vehicle systems to the next level—meeting any virtual reality simulation and validation need for autonomous vehicle simulation, including complex systems such as intelligent headlamps, interior and exterior lighting, autonomous vehicles controls, and HMI validation. VRXperience also enables users to fully and realistically simulate autonomous vehicles using real-world conditions, including various weather and road conditions, oncoming vehicles, pedestrian scenarios, and anticipating the vehicle's reaction to any critical situation.
In addition, the software has expanded capabilities to perform functional safety analysis for automotive semiconductors, enhancements for embedded software designs, expanded physics simulation capabilities for optics and optoelectronics, enhanced design exploration, more simulation options for design optimization, and fast simulation for electronics design.