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FEA Modeling for Change

Fig. 1: The geometry model of the chassis.

This article reviews some ways in which FEA modeling can anticipate design changes and keep ahead of the curve.

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Benchmark an ANSYS Model for Free

ANSYS, some of its HPC solution partners and Intel have teamed up to enable you to have one of your ANSYS models benchmarked for free, providing you the ability to determine whether a cloud-based or in-house HPC solution can improve your productivity. Image courtesy of ANSYS Inc.

Forget about wondering if your simulations will perform better on an HPC system than on your workstation. Now you can know for sure.

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Making the Case for Digital Exploration

The same simulation technology once reserved for expert analysts is now available to all design engineers, and it's easier than you think.

The same simulation technology once reserved for expert analysts is now available to all design engineers, and it's easier than you think.

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Increasing Your ANSYS Simulation Throughput

NVIDIA and ANSYS have collaborated to create a compute-accelerated environment for high-end ANSYS fluid, structural and electronics applications. ANSYS' new Discovery Live application, shown here, leverages NVIDIA technologies to provide an interactive design exploration tool for designers. Image courtesy of ANSYS Inc.

New graphics hardware and software technologies bring analysts greater speed and computational horsepower while opening analysis to more engineers.

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Let Simulation Guide You

Equivalent stress in a tire rim from bolt tightening. Images courtesy of ANSYS.

The same simulation technology once reserved for expert analysts is now available to all design engineers, and it’s easier to use than you think.

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