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3D Design Updates in ANSYS 2019 R2

When it comes to the exploration of rapid 3D design, simulation provides a more efficient and optimized workflow for design engineers looking to streamline product development and improve product performance. The toolkit of flagship ANSYS 3D design products made up of Discovery SpaceClaim, Dicovery Live, and Discovery AIM allow users to build, and optimize lighter and smarter products with an interface easier to use than most other simulation products.

Users can delve deeper into the details of a design with the same accuracy as other, more robust ANSYS tools, all while refining their concept and introducing multiple physics simulations to better account for real-world conditions.

Join PADT's Simulation Support Manager Ted Harris, for a look at what's new for this line of products with the release of ANSYS 2019 R2. Explore updates for these three tools including:

- Shared Topology
- Meshing
- Navigation
- Modal Supports
- Multi-physics Coupling
- Topology Optimization
- And much more
Recorded Jun 26 2019 43 mins
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