ANSYS Structures
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Overview

Structural mechanics problems are the most common problems that one can come across in designing products and processes. Home appliances, cars, buildings, aircrafts, space crafts, medical devices, consumer goods, electronics appliances must be designed with least amount of material cost while ensuring that they do not break in their nominal operating life, they operate in diverse operating environment without any performance issues and meet a range of other regulatory considerations.

ANSYS structural mechanics solutions are probably the most widely used CAE analysis tools globally because of the range of physics they support (static, dynamic, fatigue, vibrations, creep, linear and nonlinear material properties etc.) Along with the range of physics, the geometry and meshing solutions, ability to customize and automate and ease of use of these software tools sets us apart.

Products

Our Unique Offerings

ANSYS Mechanical Enterprise ANSYS Structural

ANSYS Mechanical  Enterprise

  • Strength analysis
  • Geometric nonlinearity
  • Material models
  • Geomechanics
  • Contact modelling
  • Vibration analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Motion
  • Composite Materials
  • Platform Technologies
  • Multiphysics
  • Geometry and Meshing
  • HPC
  • Solver capabilities
  • Reporting
ANSYS Mechanical Premium

ANSYS Mechanical Premium

  • Strength analysis
  • Geometric nonlinearity
  • Material models
  • Contact modeling
  • Vibration analysis
  • Thermal analysis
  • Motion
  • Platform Technologies
  • Multiphysics
  • Geometry and Meshing
  • HPC
  • Powerful Solver capabilities
  • Reporting
ansys motion

ANSYS Motion

  • Unparalleled capabilities to analyze systems and
  • Large assemblies with many millions of degrees of freedom
  • Standard connections and joints connected together

Additional toolkits for users with specific multibody dynamic needs

ansys additive print

ANSYS Additive Print

  • Final shape of the printed part
  • Layer-by-layer distortion and stress
  • Optimal support structures
  • Distortion-compensated STL files
  • Potential blade crash

Other Structural Simulation Products

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