Expose hydrostatic fluid elements in Mechanical
Calculate the impact velocity for a transient structural simulation. The impact is based on the contact interaction between two or more bodies/parts
Import parameters and a solved Design of Experiments into a parameterless Workbench project for the purpose of performing a Response Surface Optimization
Creates a graphical object that displays the inertia properties of the current FEM
Give the ability to install and use the Infineon device library in Simplorer
ANSYS Mechanical pre-processing tool to map a deformed shape or solution combination of multiple environments, e.g. structural and buckling, as an initial condition to a structural nonlinear buckling or thermal analysis.
The installer to install the commercial Twin Builder Fluid Power libraries (compatible with Twin Builder 2018.2) onto user’s machine. Includes Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Modelon Base libraries. Please note that the Twin Builder product and Twin Builder Fluid Power Library licenses need to be purchased separately from ANSYS.
The installer to install the commercial Twin Builder Heating and Cooling libraries (compatible with Twin Builder 2018.2) onto user’s machine. Includes Liquid Cooling library, Vapor Cycle library, Heat Exchanger and Modelon Base libraries. Please note that the Twin Builder product and Twin Builder Heating and Cooling Library licenses need to be purchased separately from ANSYS.
Custom template to enable simulation of internal flow effects in pipework systems including thermal and stress effects in the containing system (incompressible flow up to Mach 0.3) [Contains source code]
Allow to perform multiple trials in mesh generation and auto-select the best mesh from those
Expose a new DOE type in ANSYS DesignXplorer: Latin Hypercube Sampling (LHS) supporting inequalities or if-else relationships between input parameters
User can perform finite element simulation for lattice structure with homogenization technique based on multiscale method. Equivalent material properties for non-homogeneous lattice structure are derived. Following regular macro analysis, further investigation for mechanical performance of micro-lattice structure cell can be calculated by local analysis.