ANSYS has launched the newest release of its engineering simulation technology suite, ANSYS 14.0, recently. Designed to optimize product development processes, ANSYS solutions reduce the time and cost needed to foster product innovations.
ANSYS 14.0 delivers new benefits in three major areas:
Amplifying engineering: ANSYS 14.0 automates many user-intensive operations, which helps product developers minimize time spent setting up problems. Workbench at ANSYS 14.0 goes well beyond enhancing customized workflows, automatic parametric evaluations, and transparent sharing of common data between different applications. Embedded design optimization capabilities enable design of experiments as well as parametric and six sigma studies to reach the right design. Tools developed specifically to manage engineering simulation data are integrated for use across teams, groups and regions, preserving an organization's intellectual property. ANSYS 14.0 further opens the door for non-traditional users to gain full value from simulation.
Simulating complex systems: The latest ANSYS release allows engineers to simulate such complexity as it exists in the real world, from a single component to entire systems, with uncompromising accuracy. R&D teams must accurately predict how complex products will behave in a real-world environment. Only the ANSYS suite comprehensively captures the interaction of multiple physics - structural, fluid dynamics, electromechanics and systems interactions - with deep physics and from within a single simulation system.
Applications that must consider complex nonlinear phenomena - such as biomedical devices, hot rolled steel, acoustics and brake squeal - can benefit from the suite's advanced models.
Driving innovation with HPC: ANSYS 14.0 capitalizes on modern hardware advancements to deliver complex simulation calculations faster than other alternatives. For enhanced insight, ANSYS 14.0 features a comprehensive suite of solver and HPC advancements across the entire range of physics. Smart solver management enhancements - including architecture-aware partitioning - evenly size and efficiently distribute jobs to available compute processors.