Ansys 2023 R2 Structures Product Release Notes

July 26, 2023 Conrad Magalis

Ansys 2023 R2 Structures product release notes and feature highlights.

  • Mechanical - Ansys Mechanical is a powerful finite element analysis (FEA) software that enables engineers to simulate and analyze the structural behavior and performance of mechanical components and systems under various loading conditions.
  • LS-DYNA - Ansys LS-DYNA is a highly advanced simulation software that specializes in explicit dynamic analysis, enabling engineers to accurately predict and simulate the behavior of complex systems subjected to large deformations, impact, and transient events.
  • Sherlock - Ansys Sherlock is a reliability physics and predictive analytics software that helps engineers assess the reliability and lifetime performance of electronic systems by combining physics-of-failure analysis with advanced machine learning algorithms.
  • Additive - Ansys Additive is a comprehensive suite of simulation tools specifically designed for additive manufacturing processes, allowing engineers to optimize designs, predict potential defects, and ensure the successful production of high-quality 3D-printed parts.

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Conrad Magalis is responsible for the adoption of advanced digital engineering practices at Rand Simulation. Conrad has a broad range of experience within manufacturing and industrial industries. His acumen is focused on progressive business and engineering decisions, with practical outcomes.

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