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ANSYS Unveils Technology for Integrated Product Development Environment
Posted Tue November 30, 2004 @05:24PM
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News ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, has announced ANSYS 9.0, the first software release featuring electromagnetic, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and mesh creation technologies integrated within the ANSYSŪ Workbench(tm) product development environment, making simulation more powerful and more accessible to a broader range of users.

"At Eaton, for over the past 20 years we have relied on the ANSYS software to qualify our products," said Thomas Chimner, chief engineer at Eaton Corporation. "Now, ANSYS has taken this capability to the next level by incorporating this powerful tool into the Workbench and provided our development team the tools to succeed in today's competitive market."

A major upgrade for the CAE industry's leading simulation software, ANSYS 9.0 is an important stride toward the continued evolution of Workbench as a more productive and collaborative engineering tool for simulation-driven, integrated product development. Workbench's easy-to-use modern architecture allows companies to be more productive by eliminating manual file transfer, result translation and reanalysis, saving time and money.

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"We recognize the leadership of ANSYS in the engineering marketplace, and we are delighted that we were able to easily integrate ANSYS Workbench into our structural solutions in such a short period of time," said Gary Wyatt, International Sales and Marketing director at RoboBAT and ISS. "Now, ANSYS has taken this powerful tool to a new level by integrating CFD with all the physics solvers and CAE tools available within the Workbench. It is clear that both RoboBAT/ISS and ANSYS are focused on offering true workflow and integrated solutions for the engineering designer."

Ideal for companies utilizing simulation in their product development processes, ANSYS 9.0 extends core features and provides powerful robust design capabilities as well as impressive developments in the areas of mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, high-frequency electromagnetics and multiphysics.

In addition, new breakthrough technology for large-scale parallel computing, allows users to analyze complete systems without unnecessary approximations to their models.

"ANSYS 9.0 is a significant leap toward our long-term strategic vision. It is a validation of where we are and where we are going," said Jim Cashman, president & CEO at ANSYS. "It is our commitment to respond to customer demands and to make better quality solutions that are reliable throughout the product lifecycle."

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