Finite Element Analysis
More and more engineers in Australian and New Zealand companies are performing computer simulations as part of their design process. These simulations are aimed at determining how their product designs will perform in the real world. The most commonly used form of simulation for mechanical engineers is a structural and/or thermal finite element analysis (FEA). FEA software is also one of the most mature technologies in the area of simulation.
Understand how designs perform in real-world conditions with simulation software
Using digital prototypes to understand how your designs perform in real-world conditions is vital to your product development process. Creo Simulation is designed uniquely for the engineer. It comes complete with structural, thermal, and vibration analysis solutions and a comprehensive set of finite elements analysis (FEA) capabilities. With Creo Simulation, you can analyze and validate the performance of your 3D virtual prototypes before you make the first part.
Ansys Workbench enables robust connection to commercial CAD tools, providing click button design point updates. Seamlessly integrated multiphysics capabilities are available with fluids and electrical solvers.
Experience dynamic analysis and embrace advanced solver options across a variety of materials and functions
- Linear Dynamics
- Thermal Analysis
- Fluid-Structure Interaction
- Customization and Scripting
- Solve Management
- High Performance Computing
Ansys Mechanical covers all your needs for linear dynamic analysis, including modal, harmonic, spectrum response and random vibration with pre-stress, along with advanced solver options for rapid solutions.
Moving beyond linear, elastic materials, you can simulate the behavior of materials as they undergo plastic or even hyperelastic deformation (materials like rubber and neoprene).
Ansys Mechanical includes a comprehensive range of contact capabilities that enable you to account for the interactions of multiple parts.
Ansys Mechanical includes parametric, shape (mesh morphing) and topology optimisation. Any model in Ansys Mechanical can be used to drive a parametric optimisation.
Simulating heat conduction, convection and radiation across assemblies enables you to predict the temperature of components, which can then be used to examine induced stresses and deformations.
A range of material models covering everything from hyperelastics, shape-memory alloys, soils, concrete, plastic and metallic structures can be accurately modeled in Mechanical.
Ansys Mechanical includes capabilities to model short fiber composites taking data from upstream manufacturing simulation tools.
Hydrodynamics (Ansys Aqwa)
Ansys addresses the vast majority of analysis requirements associated with hydrodynamic assessment of all types of offshore and marine structures.
Accurately predict interactions between fluids and solids from pressure and/or thermal loads. As the fluid-structure interaction increases and the problem needs more detailed evaluation, Ansys has automated, easy-to use-solutions for both one-way and two-way coupling.
Customisation and Scripting
The fastest, easiest way to tailor your simulation workflows. Customization inside Ansys Mechanical enables repetitive tasks or specific workflows to automate and shared amongst users.
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Range of Analytical Tools Prepares Geometry Quickly and Gives You Confidence
Using digital prototypes to understand how your designs perform in real-world conditions is vital to your product development process. Creo Simulation is designed uniquely for the engineer. It comes complete with structural, thermal, and vibration analysis solutions and a comprehensive set of finite elements analysis (FEA) capabilities. With Creo Simulation, you can analyse and validate the performance of your 3D virtual prototypes before you make the first part.
Designed uniquely for the engineer, PTC’s simulation software has the familiar Creo user interface, engineering
terminology, and seamless integration with CAD and CAE data. You have at your fingertips a complete structural,
thermal, and vibration analysis solution with a comprehensive set of finite elements analysis (FEA) capabilities.
Want to learn more about PTC solutions?
Complete the form and one of the experts from our PTC team will contact you to discuss your needs.