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Ansys has announced that German flowmeter manufacturer VSE Volumentechnik uses its tools to improve the performance of its industrial flowmeters.

Fluid dynamics analysis enabled the company to virtually identify and troubleshoot specific noise, vibration and pressure-loss problems, resulting in the elimination of excessive gear wear and worker discomfort.

Axel Vedder, technical director at VSE Volumentechnik, said: ‘Software from Ansys allowed us to assess the performance of our flowmeters in a virtual environment that accurately replicated real-world operating conditions.

‘We were able to quickly identify, and address, the relevant design issues.’
Using simulation software from Ansys, VSE has been able to address user concerns and introduce product features that have reduced its flowmeters’ noise output, vibration and negative pressure effects.

Meshing technology from Ansys enabled product engineers at VSE Volumentechnik to create 3D virtual models of flowmeters and animate gear movement within a typical customer application.

Engineers were then able to isolate those gear surface segments that were creating the greatest torque.

Ansys software improves flowmeter function for VSE

Ansys has announced that German flowmeter manufacturer VSE Volumentechnik uses its tools to improve the performance of its industrial flowmeters.

Fluid dynamics analysis enabled the company to virtually identify and troubleshoot specific noise, vibration and pressure-loss problems, resulting in the elimination of excessive gear wear and worker discomfort.

Axel Vedder, technical director at VSE Volumentechnik, said: ‘Software from Ansys allowed us to assess the performance of our flowmeters in a virtual environment that accurately replicated real-world operating conditions.

‘We were able to quickly identify, and address, the relevant design issues.’
Using simulation software from Ansys, VSE has been able to address user concerns and introduce product features that have reduced its flowmeters’ noise output, vibration and negative pressure effects.

Meshing technology from Ansys enabled product engineers at VSE Volumentechnik to create 3D virtual models of flowmeters and animate gear movement within a typical customer application.

Engineers were then able to isolate those gear surface segments that were creating the greatest torque.

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