Creo Ansys Simulation is CAE technology that engineers use to see how well a model will perform under real-world operating conditions. If you’re not already familiar with CAE, we posted a short explainer blog here.
Thanks to a partnership between PTC and Ansys (a leader in simulation and analysis software), design engineers can now use Ansys’ renowned CAE technology within their Creo CAD system. That is, you can run simulation studies in Creo invoking the same meshers and solvers found in Ansys flagship analysis products.
In a nutshell, Creo Ansys Simulation is an easy-to-use, fully featured, high-fidelity simulation tool that supports thermal, structural, and modal studies. Plus, it includes automatic meshing as well as advanced options for manual mesh control.
With this technology, designers can find problems earlier—when issues are easier and less expensive to fix. Another benefit: engineers can use simulation to produce higher quality products that cost less to manufacture.
In Creo 8, PTC continues its investment in Creo Ansys Simulation with several enhancements. Here’s a summary:
Watch this 2-minute video to see these enhancements in action:
Companies that incorporate simulation into their workflows and processes find they can catch problems 65% faster and develop more innovative concepts. For a more extended look at Creo’s Simulation capabilities, watch the Optimization and Simulation Session of the Creo 8 virtual conference.
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