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Mechanical Updates in ANSYS 2019 R2

With ANSYS structural analysis software, users are able to solve more complex engineering problems, faster and more efficiently than ever before. Customization and automation of structural solutions is much easier to optimize thanks to new and innovative finite element analysis (FEA) tools available in this product suite.

Once again, ANSYS is able to cement their role as industry leaders when it comes to usability, productivity, and reliability; adding innovative functionality to an already groundbreaking product offering. ANSYS structural analysis software continues to be used throughout the industry, and for good reason as it enables engineers to optimize their product design and reduce the costs of physical testing.

Join PADT's Specialist Mechanical Engineer Joe Woodward, for an in-depth look at what's new in the latest version of ANSYS Mechanical, including updates regarding:

- Software User Interface
- Topology Optimization
- Linear Dynamics
- Post Processing
- And much more
Recorded Jul 31 2019 52 mins
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