EnginSoft Experience – part 1
November 18 | 14:30 - 15:30
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A set of presentations, in two sessions, of six successful cases, selected to provide valuable inspiration for future developments in your specific field; these are prime examples of how simulation technologies can be exploited to their full potential.
This first session will be dedicated to Ansys technologies and will showcase three interesting examples concerning fluid dynamics, structural simulation, and electromagnetic simulation, respectively.
14:30 - 14:50
Fabio Rossetti, EnginSoft
Digital Twin of a Mechanical Energy Recovering System
Flexible piezoelectric materials offer an efficient route to harvest energy from the fluid environments to power remote sensors and electronics. The proposed system allows electrical power generation by energy harvesting from vortex induced vibrations from the fluid flow of the exhaust gas of a Diesel car by a flexible Aluminum Nitride-based device.
The aim of the work is to describe a Simulation Based Digital Twin (SBDT) of an Internet of Things (IoT) node consisting of a piezoelectric MEMS, remote gas sensor and a transmitter. The methodology used for system model development consists of five principal steps: system conceptualization, numerical model definition, numerical models’ reduction, multi-domain model integration and calibration.
Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, EnginSoft employee since 2011. Ansys® Certified Senior Application Engineer 2015-2021, expert in mechanical, multiphysics and system simulation.
Actually, Ansys Mechanical® Product Manager and Senior Application Engineer in EnginSoft.
14:50 - 15:10
Claudio Cambini, Magna Mechatronics
Thermal and EMC Analysis on a Smart Latch ECU
In this speech the methodology for the numerical characterization of a Smart Latch ECU is presented, through the use of the Ansys Electronics AEDT Suite. DC/AC Electro-Thermal Analysis were conducted on the printed circuit board (PCB). CISPR 25 conducted emissions compliance was investigated in operational conditions while driving a DC Motor.
- HW Designer at Magna Mechatronics since 2014.
- Master’s degree in Electronic Engineer.
15:10 - 15:30
To be confirmed