ANSYS, Canonsburg, PA, has
launched ANSYS® 14.0 engineering
simulation technology software that
includes ANSYS Workbench™, the
framework for the suite. Updates
include enhanced customized
work flows, automatic parametric
evaluations, and transparent sharing
of common data between different
applications. An assembly-meshing tool extracts fluid volume
from CAD assemblies and automatically creates structured
Cartesian meshes or unstructured tetrahedral meshes.
Automated algorithms and weighting options provide users with
additional control and correction capabilities to project data
from one mesh to another. The software captures the interaction
of multiple physics — structural, fluid dynamics, electromechanics,
and systems interactions — with deep physics, and from within
a single simulation system. A new ANSYS Fluent® co-simulation
link with ANSYS Simplorer® allows engineers to analyze battery
systems in Simplorer without neglecting nonlinear behavior
of the fluid system.
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