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ANSYS Emag 12.0 Generates Solutions

Improved accuracy, speed and platform integration advance the capabilities of low-frequency electromagnetic simulation.

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Explicit Dynamics Goes Mainstream

ANSYS 12.0 brings native explicit dynamics to ANSYS Workbench and provides the easiest explicit software for nonlinear dynamics.

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Fighting Fire with Simulation

The U.K. Ministry of Defence uses engineering simulation to find alternatives to ozone-depleting substances for fire suppression.

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ANSYS Advantage Volume 3 Issue 1 Full Version

Complete Magazine

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ANSYS 12.0: Launching a New Era of Smart Engineering Simulation

A full generation ahead of other solutions, ANSYS 12.0 takes product design and development to the next level.

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Foundations for the Future

The many advanced features of ANSYS 12.0 were designed to solve today’s challenging engineering problems and to deliver a platform for tomorrow’s simulation technology.

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Expanding Stent Knowledge

Simulation provides the medical industry with a closer look at stent procedures.

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A Flood of Fluids Developments

A new integrated environment and technology enhancements make fluids simulation faster, more intuitive and more accurate.

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Topology Optimization and Casting: A Perfect Combination

Using topology optimization and structural simulation helps a casting company develop better product faster. Engineers usually need to ensure both functionality and zero defects during component production. This often can be achieved by simulating production processes and operating conditions in the virtual world. Development teams in the machine tool industry need not only to prove the mechanical strength of components but also to take into account rigidity and cost.

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Taking Shape in 12.0

ANSYS combines depth of simulation with industry experience to provide geometry and meshing tools that realize simulation results faster.

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