ANSYS offers a comprehensive software suite that spans the entire range of physics, accurately simulating the structural, fluid, thermal and electromagnetic performance of any product or process.
ANSYS enables you to predict with confidence that your products will thrive in the real world.
Industry leaders use ANSYS to create complete virtual prototypes of complex products and systems – comprised of mechanical, electronics and embedded software components – which incorporate all the physical phenomena that exist in real-world environments.
Wilde Analysis has been an ANSYS channel partner since 2000 and have used the software for consulting for over 30 years.
Our combined software, training and consulting solutions enable you to incorporate simulation within your design and development processes efficiently, with expert support and mentoring from our experienced and friendly technical services team.
ANSYS provides simulation solutions for all physics types within the ANSYS Workbench platform.
You can invest in the appropriate single or multi-physics solutions associated with your products and processes to create ‘virtual prototypes’.
Simulation is becoming ‘pervasive’ within the entire engineering enterprise from Digital Exploration to Digital Prototyping to Digital Twins.
ANSYS 18 gives you the tools to tackle the complexities of designing, manufacturing and maintaining your products and processes. You can expand your simulation activities throughout your product lifecycle, from design validation to exploring the “what ifs” of your products, facilitating innovation, lowering development and operational costs and improving time to market.
ANSYS software enables you to create a digital twin of your products.
A digital twin is a real-time, virtual copy of an actual operating machine that provides insight into individual product performance and maintenance. Sensors on the machine relay data, such as temperature, pressure, flow rate, voltage and loading, to the digital twin, and the twin evolves in step with the machines working environment.
The digital twin can predict conditions long before they happen, so you can monitor the twin and replace a distressed component, or take other corrective actions, during scheduled downtime rather than making an untimely shutdown. You can also use the collected data to improve the design of next-generation products.
ANSYS Discovery Live for Instantaneous Simulation
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ANSYS for Structures
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ANSYS for Electromagnetics
ANSYS for Advanced Multiphysics
ANSYS SpaceClaim for Rapid Model Build, Edit & Repair
ANSYS for Robust Design & Optimisation
ANSYS for Systems Simulation
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