Digital Twins Updates in Ansys 2022 R2

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Josh Stout, Application & Support Engineer, Systems, PADT

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When designing a new product or updating an existing one, it is imperative that tests are run to ensure it operates as intended in a given environment. Up until recently, these tests are often expensive and time consuming, due to the need for physical testing in order to ensure the accuracy of environmental conditions. With Ansys Twin Builder, users can create a simulation-based virtual replica of an in-service physical asset — in the form of an integrated multidomain system simulation —which mirrors the life and experience of the asset. Digital twins enable system design and optimization and predictive maintenance, and optimize industrial asset management. By implementing Ansys Twin Builder, you can improve top-line revenue, manage bottom-line costs and both gain and retain a competitive advantage. Join PADT's Application & Support Engineer Josh Stout for a discussion on the advantages of using Ansys to build, validate, and deploy digital twins, and how updates in the 2022 R2 release improve this tool's value. This presentation includes advancements made to the following: - Export & Scaled Deployment - Reduced Order Model - Model Building-Modelica Enhancements - Solver & Model Library - General Enhancements - And much more
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