Pour qui ?
Un système de simulation sur le cloud pour les entreprises industrielles de toutes tailles qui aide les utilisateurs à créer des objets géométriques et des modifications CAO avec un ensemble d'outils d'architecture adaptatifs, des simulations de tests, etc.
Notes moyennes98 avis
- Note globale 4.6 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 3.8 / 5
- Service client 4.2 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.6 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.2 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- Version gratuite Non
- Version d'essai gratuite Non
Cloud, SaaS, web
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 1970
En savoir plus sur ANSYS
ANSYS est un des leaders mondiaux du secteur de la simulation industrielle. L'éditeur aide certaines des entreprises les plus innovantes au monde à fournir des produits toujours plus poussés à leurs clients. Soutenu par un des meilleurs et plus vastes portefeuilles de logiciels de simulation industrielle, l'éditeur aide ces entreprises à résoudre les défis de conception les plus complexes et à concevoir des produits d'avant-garde.
ANSYS - Fonctionnalités
- Analyse de conception
- Dessin 2D
- Exportation de designs
- Gestion des documents
- Modélisation 3D
- Outils de présentation
- Bibliothèque de composants
- Dessin 2D
- Fonctions pour architectes
- Fonctions pour fabricants
- Gestion des références
- Importation et exportation de données
- Outils de collaboration
- Pour l'impression 3D
- Bibliothèque de symboles
- Catalogue de composants électriques
- Designs réutilisables
- Fonction de glisser-déposer
- Fonctions et calculs
- Gestion de la conformité
- Gestion des changements
- Génération de documents
- Outils PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)
- Outils de CAO
- Schéma unifilaire
- Analyse de conception
- Base de données spécifique pour l'industrie
- Manipulation directe
- Modélisation 3D
- Modélisation d'événements discrets
- Modélisation de la turbulence
- Modélisation des mouvements
- Modélisation dynamique
- Modélisation en continu
- Modélisation graphique
- Modélisation orientée agent
- Modélisation stochastique
- Outils de présentation
- Simulation de Monte-Carlo
Avis les plus utiles sur ANSYS
Publié le 15/11/2019
ANSYS for all Engineering fields
Syed muneef A.
Commentaires: I used this software for my Master's degree research. it provided me with satisfactory results and helped to save a lot of my time. these results were compared with experimental results and they almost matched.
Avantages: First of all this software is not for specific engineering it can be used by every engineering department. it contains different types of tools that can fulfill the requirements of all engineering fields. it is also a user-friendly software and complete user guidance is available. This software has the ability to accept geometries designed in other softwares. this software basically consists of four different steps. first is a Modular design where the user can design his/her own geometry. The second step consists of meshing where geometry is divided into smaller portions to apply the required equation solvers. the third step is setup where boundary conditions are applied. the last step contains results where it can be analyzed through tabular or graphical representation.
Inconvénients: This software is very heavy and requires a powerful computing power for accurate results. it crushes during simulations after which you will have to restart all of your work.
Publié le 19/09/2019
TUI is the best way to use all features of Fluent
Commentaires: ANSYS Fluent is my primary tool for CFD. It has a better correlation with physical world. Always we see most similar results between CAE and Test.
Avantages: ANSYS Fluent is a well-known CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) Software in the industry. It's using by wide-range of companies from automotive, aviation, defense, marine, agriculture, chemistry, ...etc. industries. It has a well oriented graphical user interface (GUI). You can easily set the type of CAE analyses and boundary conditions. If you need a quick setup for your CAE case, you should use Text-User-Interface (TUI). You should write your commands into a text file and execute on the computing cluster. That's the easy way to run an analysis.
Inconvénients: It is so hard to debug the TUI errors. You could spend much resource (CPU) for this kind of stuff because it takes so long time.
Publié le 21/12/2018
Robust FEA software for modeling and experimental verification
Commentaires: Getting past the initial learning curve of knowing how to properly setup a simulation, without over-constraining the system, can be quite frustrating. But when done properly, with help from experts and online resources, the end results can be extremely valuable for research and design applications in engineering, and can help guide future design improvements.
Avantages: The numerous features available in ANSYS make it essential for design verification and modeling. As a graduate researcher, designing a new experimental apparatus necessitates knowing the potential loading that will be imposed on the system, and even the flow field analysis (checking for laminar flow). ANSYS provides enough online resources to quickly learn how to create a model, create an adequate mesh, and setup the proper boundary and load conditions for the analysis. The end results have aided in improving engineering designs. I highly recommend learning and being exposed to ANSYS early as an engineer.
Inconvénients: The overall interface is not that user-friendly at first. A lot of the different setup parameters, whether meshing, boundary conditions, load conditions, physical constants, or mesh type, are all often found on their own separate drop-down window, which makes navigating between different settings and properly setting up the model quite confusing at first. The built-in modeling functions are also not robust enough to model anything complex. It is definitely recommended to import a model from a devoted CAD program.
Publié le 13/04/2017
ANSYS Workbench is just amazing
Commentaires: ANSYS has gone and made a designer's job easier. I mean,most designers will agree that undertaking analysis the conventional way is, lets be honest, way too tedious in this era. Now ANSYS has gone and made things much simpler for us. And with the user friendly GUI of the Workbench, ANSYS has taken ease and reliability of analysis several notches up. That being said, it is also to be noted that with the above mentioned user-friendliness inclusions has enhanced the potency of the software. The accuracy and reliability of solutions dished out by the software is spot on. Also for small to medium sized analysis (which is done most of the time), ANSYS does not take a toll on the PC. Analysis times are quite fast. Overall a great software to have for analysis, simulations, design optimization, design verification, etc. This, coupled with decades of development of this software makes it one of the must haves for any design organization.
Avantages: Excellent GUI. Very user friendly. High accuracy and reliability. Has numerous modules for all types of analysis.
Inconvénients: Reading mesh of imported geometry should be worked upon a little bit. Several instances have occurred wherein mesh was not read correctly leading to waste of time.
Publié le 22/05/2019
Well developed software for engineers
Commentaires: We were doing the projectile impact, depth of penetration and brittle material analysis in ANSYS. It is a good software for the simulation of plastic and brittle materials. It provides easy tools to perform analysis. The only area it lacks in postprocessing.
The user interface of the software is very good. It has all the tools to perform Explicit and Implicit Analysis. Mesh generation is easy to use and in the newer version, you can easily create complex geometry.
Good software to analyze brittle materials.
Inconvénients: The material library is not that updated for explicit materials and it could have been improved. Apart from that, there are fewer tools for postprocessing and it could have been improved. Postprocessing is the most important part of the analysis and ANSYS has some limitations in postprocessing.