Apply motion loads issued from a Rigid body analysis in a static structural analysis [Contains source code]
Facilitate the definition of a moving heat source in Workbench Mechanical [Contains source code]
Export results for multiple objects at once and have the data combined into a single output file, avoiding the need for multiple exports and manual collection/combination of the data. [Contains source code]
Expose new parametric structural loads for multistep analyses (incl. transient). Supported loads include Force, Pressure, Moment, and Displacement.
Evaluate anisotropic material constants for non-homogeneous material which is Lattice structure, Composite (e.g. FRP using short or long fiber), Honeycomb and so on. Template function to create microstructure model is also included in Design Modeler and SpaceClaim
Multiscale.Sim can perform multiscale analysis based on homogenization theory. You can observe macroscopic material responses and identify an-isotropic material constants by carrying out a Virtual Material Test using unit cell modeling of microstructure. Template to create the model is also included.
Easily make NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) airfoil geometry models for 3D fluid flow computations
This App allows you to use the ANSYS SPEOS OST camera sensor to validate automotive rearview image against the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 111 (FMVSS111) of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Expose the nonlinear diagnostics (NLDIAG) functionality in Mechanical to identify or display the highly distorted elements
Model radiation fields of antennas and phased arrays without modelling geometry
These Application will allow the user to check and design their ANSYS Workbench models using the ACI 349 international construction standards for beams and shells.
Allow a direct connection between ANSYS Workbench and OASIS, a powerful design exploration and optimization tool that can accelerate your design process. The plugin allows for simple setup of optimizations with your Workbench models