Ansys Mechanical

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Software for Structural Engineering

Ansys Mechanical is a best-in-class finite element solver with structural, thermal, acoustics, transient and nonlinear capabilities to improve your modeling.

Engineers Gain Answers Fast and With Confidence

Ansys Mechanical enables you to solve complex structural engineering problems and make better, faster design decisions. With the finite element analysis (FEA) solvers available in the suite, you can customize and automate solutions for your structural mechanics problems and parameterize them to analyze multiple design scenarios. Ansys Mechanical is a dynamic tool that has a complete range of analysis tools.

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Enhanced User Experience and Access

Accessing and interacting with Mechanical is more flexible and efficient than ever. New dark and light themes maintain a consistent user experience across Ansys products, and a standalone version offers easier access for scripting and single-model analyses.

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Streamlined Noise, Vibration, and Harshness (NVH) Simulations

Major enhancements for streamlining vibro-acoustic workflows, including a dedicated meshing workflow that reduces total meshing time by 12X, frequency-based acoustics adaptivity, a new load mapping architecture, and much more.

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Solve Larger, More Complex Models

A 1 billion degree of freedom (DOF) low-pressure gas turbine (LPT) assembly model was solved using the latest enhancements in the Sparse Direct Solver, demonstrating its ability to handle massive, complex models.

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More Accurate and Efficient Body-in-White (BiW) Analyses

Accurately and efficiently perform Body-in-White (BiW) durability analyses with workflow improvements to reduce spotweld generation time by 6X, enhancements to model adhesive bonding between panels, and expanded material damage modeling to include ductile damage.

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Efficiently Link Multiple Ansys LS-DYNA Analyses

Efficiently transfer data, including deformed geometry positions and stress state, between multiple Ansys LS-DYNA analyses with new multi-system analysis linking methods, one for sharing model data and another where results are used for initialization of the following simulation.  

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