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In the healthcare industry, patient safety, regulatory, technological, and time-to-market demands are placing an ever-increasing value on the ability to verify and validate product and process performance in advance, before creating the first physical prototype. ANSYS, setting the industry standard in CM&S (computer modeling & simulation), enables you to identify problems early in the design cycle when there is more flexibility to make changes. This helps lower the time and cost of bringing new products to market, and significantly reduces failure, failed approvals and recall risk.
This datasheet describes how ANSYS users of Univa solutions can enjoy optimized throughout and performance of applications, containers and services, and have the ability to maximize shared resources across on-premise, hybrid and cloud infrastructures.
Ansys medini analyze helps semiconductor manufacturers in the automotive domain with dedicated ISO 26262 support.
Carry out scientifically accurate measurements. The only true way to get reliable and objective information regarding material appearance under any lighting conditions. Your provider and your customers will virtually experience the same material. The only way to guarantee you make trustworthy decisions regarding your prototype.
For today’s product designs, simulations are larger and more numerically complex than ever. Meshes are finer, more geometric detail is required, and physical phenomena need sophisticated treatment. ANSYS HPC supports parallel processing, distributed solving, parametric analysis, multiphase models and other capabilities that speed numerically large analyses.
Structural integrity is one of the most critical considerations in product design. Market pressures dictate that products are stronger, longer lasting and packed with customer-requested features. At the same time, the bottom line must drive time, costs and risk out of the product development cycle while creating ongoing innovations. By leveraging ANSYS software, engineering teams can simulate all structural aspects of a product — conducting linear static analyses that reveal stresses or deformations, modal analyses that determine vibration characteristics, and advanced transient nonlinear studies that focus on dynamic effects and complex behaviors.