ANSYS expands upfront simulation capabilities for design engineers

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With the latest release of ANSYS Aim, organizations can accelerate product design through upfront simulation, mitigate late-stage design changes, and reduce the number of costly physical prototypes.

Now available, ANSYS Aim 17.2 enhances engineering simulation for thermal management, extends collaboration between designers and analysts, and brings upfront simulation to Japanese engineers in their own language.

Aim 17.2 enables design exploration for every engineer by providing intuitive, guided workflows, accurate simulation results and customization, in a complete simulation tool covering a broad range of physics. Aim’s ease-of-use simulation environment minimizes training and allows engineers to quickly become productive with simulation.

October 13, 2016

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