ANSYS 17.0 [Size: 8.95 GB for x64] ... ANSYS enables you to predict with confidence that your products will thrive in the real world. Industry leaders use ANSYS to create complete virtual prototypes of complex products and systems – comprised of mechanical, electronics and embedded software components – which incorporate all the physical phenomena that exist in real-world environments. In just a few days, ANSYS will unveil the most feature-rich release in our 45-year history. Because we’re so excited about ANSYS 17, we want to share the latest news about the release as soon as it’s available. To make sure you are in the know, be sure to sign up for the ANSYS 17.0 mailing list, using the short form on the right. That way, you’ll learning how to advance your product development process by an order of magnitude by leveraging the leading engineering simulation software on the planet. Fluids: Predicting and controlling fluid flow is critical in optimizing the efficiency of so many products and processes — the combustion of gases in an automobile engine, the movement of a chemical solution through pores in a shale gas formation, the complex passage of air through a jet engine turbine, and the transfer of heat among components of a printed circuit board, to name a few. ANSYS CFD solutions give you the power to model and simulate all fluid processes — including fluid–structure multiphysics interactions — so you can have confidence that your product will perform optimally before you make the first prototype. Structures: The ANSYS structural analysis software suite enables you to solve complex structural engineering problems and make better, faster design decisions. With finite element analysis (FEA) tools, you can customize and automate your simulations, and parameterize them to analyze multiple design scenarios. ANSYS Structural Mechanics software easily connects to other physics analysis tools, providing even greater realism in predicting the behavior and performance of complex products.

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