What is ANSYS Simulation Software?
"ANSYS enables you to predict with confidence that your products will thrive in the real world. Industry leaders use ANSYS to create complete virtual prototypes of complex products and systems – comprised of mechanical, electronics and embedded software components – which incorporate all the physical phenomena that exist in real-world environments."
Why Use ANSYS Simulation Software?
"Engineering simulation is playing a growing role in science and engineering at the university level. Undergraduate students use it to learn physics principles and gain hands-on, real-world experience that can lead to a deeper understanding of engineering concepts. Postgraduate researchers apply simulation tools to solve complex engineering problems and produce data for their master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation."
- Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, and Students
- Version: 2019 R1
- Platform: Windows
- Cost: Free - the university does not currently charge for use of this license
- Computer and Software Requirements
- Training & Tutorials: a large amount of tutorials and resources are just a click away. Some examples of great ANSYS training material and tutorials:
- Cornell University - SimCafe - Rajesh Bhaskaran, Cornell University
- Tutorials and Videos for Finite Element Simulations - Huei-Huang Lee, NCKU, Taiwan
- ANSYS Workbench Tutorials and Lessons - GRS CAD/CAE
- ANSYS Workbench Thermal, Structural, Buckling, Fluid Flow and more Tutorials - Teachkart.com
- Attend ANSYS Training
- License Restrictions: License Server: ansys.license.arizona.edu Port 1713
- Notes (Instructions & Documentation)
- Expires: August 2021
- Support via Customer Portal: if you are a Professor, Researcher, Graduate or Teaching Assistant, you can also get support via the web portal, over the phone or during our campus visits. Please call PADT/Ansys directly at (480) 813-4884 for assistance.
- Support Policy
- Website(s): ANSYS
- College of Engineering Specific Softare: If you need assistance contact the Engineering Helpdesk at: email@example.com or visit https://www.engineering.arizona.edu/IT/IT-support