This App enables the integration of the turbomachinery design software CFturbo into the ANSYS Workbench. In addition to a connection to TurboGrid and SpaceClaim, a bi-directional parameter update is possible. Fixed Named selections can be used to create robust workflows.
Integrates CFturbo and TurboGrid to provide parametric study of pump impeller in Workbench.
Make easy to generate, use, export, import and expand superlements in ANSYS Mechanical
Post processing tool to create custom nodal or element contour plot from csv file including unit conversion and mid node interpolation
Allows Workbench users to easily import CAD into the CFDPost application
Easily convert your APDL command objects / snippets into working ACT extensions. Make it easy to create your own custom apps with your own specific APDL code [Contains source code]
Apply a contact compressive only support with possibility to change contact settings (keyopts and real constants)
A powerful tool that provides an alternative to Ansys WB’s built-in compressive support boundary condition. The functionality of Ansys Classic has been transferred to the WB environment so that the user can control all compressive support parameters in a user-friendly way. This is the second version of the extension where the user can choose between two different types of contact elements. The user can choose between CONTA174 and CONTA178 and a full spectrum of advanced settings such as: Contact algorithm, Detection method, Stiffness and many others. Thanks to this extension, advanved analyses using compressive support can be performed without the need to create additional macros, directly from Ansys WB menu. This tool has two contact support definitions: based on 174 element and based on 178 element. User has to decide which option is better in his/her model. Act app has much more options then compression only support in Ansys Workbench.
Expose convection with pilot node capability in steady-state and transient thermal analyses
Allow thermal exchange between nodal surfaces via convective links
One click to convert solid components into point mass with automatic calculations and assignments of total mass, center of gravity location, and moment of inertia [Contains source code]
Introduce coupled diffusion analysis (structural diffusion, thermal diffusion, and structural thermal diffusion) in both static and full transient analysis