ANSYS DesignXplorer (DX) is an integrated ANSYS Workbench application that leverages the parametric and persistent power of Workbench for parametric analyses so you can efficiently explore, understand and optimize your design. It's an intuitive tool, you can learn the basics with a few minutes of experimenting. However, DX offers a options which can be leveraged by a more experienced user. In this talk, we will go through some specific strategies that will help you improve your DX experience.
1. Overview of DX
2. Making use of the custom DOE
3. Improving the response surface
4. Exporting a response surface
5. Connecting WB with Excel
6. Enable/disable a part based on a parameter value
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Ryan O'Connor is a senior technical support engineer with over 12-years of experience at ANSYS. He holds a Bachelors of Applied Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Waterloo.
O’Connor works with industrial CFD applications at ANSYS. He specializes in fluid-structure interaction, turbomachinery, and optimization.