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Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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Streamlines the analysis of fasteners like bolts, screws, rivets or spotwelds.
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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Allow for users to have an environment for writing APDL commands that is integrated with live, contextual help. Command argument recognition, command searching, and automatic help page display are all available to help streamline and debug the APDL code while it is being generated.
Target Application: Workflow
FREE
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Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3
Target Application: Workflow
FREE
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Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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Perform local failure assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor
Target Application: Systems
FREE
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Give the users the ability to install and use the ANSYS Battery Design Toolkit in Simplorer
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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Enable to apply a varying load on beam elements
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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Enable to apply a varying load on beam elements
Target Application: Mechanical
$1,000
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Pre and Post processing toolkit to create groups of rivets, bolt pretension, simplified bolts and advanced bolts with thread contact section. Bolt results can be evaluated according to Eurocode 3 and VDI 2230
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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Post-processing app to create custom contour plot from csv file including unit conversion
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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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]
Target Application: Mechanical
FREE
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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]