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Trusted Advisors

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Our clients are focused on designing and engineering their products, not on simulation tools. As a trusted advisor, SimuTech helps you gain insight to improve product efficiency and reliability.

Added value

Added value

We add value to your ANSYS projects at no additional cost. You receive our local, trusted advice, support and expertise - and we have in-depth access to ANSYS developers. We’re here to help.

Engineers first, software experts second

Engineers first, software experts second

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Customized consulting services and scalable cloud-based computing

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ANSYS Tips & Tricks

  • Post-processing APDL Models inside ANSYS® Workbench v15.0

    Post-processing APDL Models inside ANSYS® Workbench v15.0

    ANSYS Workbench Mechanical v15.0 supports “External Model” – a facility for directly importing an ANSYS Mechanical APDL model’s CDB mesh file into Workbench for subsequent study or results postprocessing in a Workbench Mechanical schematic.

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  • Bonded Contact between Shell Faces in ANSYS® Mechanical (Workbench) v14.5

    Bonded Contact between Shell Faces in ANSYS® Mechanical (Workbench) v14.5

    ANSYS Mechanical (Workbench) has many settings for contact between surface body (shell) faces. This article examines a setup to employ with bonded contact across a gap between surface body midplanes in large deflection nonlinear analysis.

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  • Element Quality Plots in ANSYS® Mechanical (Workbench) 16.0

    Element Quality Plots in ANSYS® Mechanical (Workbench) 16.0

    This article briefly reviews features in the Workbench Mechanical Outline for displaying element quality (1) in color in the Mesh branch, (2) using bar charts of element quality, and (3) plotting element quality in postprocessing after element shapes have been distorted by strain in a model.

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  • Singularities

    Singularities

    Stress singularities are frequently encountered in finite element analysis. This video discusses what stress singularities are, how they behave, some ways to avoid them, and strategies for interpreting results near a singularity. Mesh convergence is also discussed.

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  • Element Birth and Death

    Element Birth and Death

    There is an ACT object on the ANSYS customer portal that can be used for element birth and death in Workbench Mechanical. This video tutorial presents a method that uses simple APDL Commands Objects to kill a spring element, and to bring it back to life, at selected load steps during an analysis.

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  • ANSYS CFX: Memory Allocation Troubleshooting

    ANSYS CFX: Memory Allocation Troubleshooting

    In this video, a CFX memory allocation troubleshooting method is shown. This video shows you how to identify which type of memory allocation has failed, and in which CFX executable this occurred in (interpolator, partitioner, or solver).

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