ANSYS Advantage SIMULATION FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY. Volume VI
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AN AUTOMOTIVE RENAISSANCE
It’s rare when everyone agrees that the time is right to re-invent foundational products and technologies in a given industry. But today, that’s the challenge the global automotive sector faces. The race is on to develop a new generation of fuels, power technologies and vehicle designs that will reduce lifetime costs, safeguard the environment and meet stringent regulations. The prize is financial success, but the winners may rise to the status of industry pioneers like Henry Ford and Karl Benz, who radically transformed transportation.
Today’s renaissance pioneers are grappling with greater technical complexity than early engineers ever could have imagined. As vehicles become increasingly electronic, engineers must take a systems-level approach that considers not only how a specific component — such as a new powertrain — will perform, but also its impact on other components. For example, will thermal heat transfer from the powertrain negatively impact the electronics that control mission-critical airbags and collision-avoidance systems?
These are sophisticated questions that can be addressed only via engineering simulation. In the race to innovate, simulation enables engineers to road-test their designs in a risk-free virtual environment where anything is possible — and every real-world condition can be safely considered.