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Platform Updates and Software Release Notes – February 2021

Here are a few recent platform update highlights:

Ansys 2021 RI – Windows / Linux – Ansys is a leader in engineering simulation, with a mission to empower customers to design and deliver transformational products through pervasive simulation. 2021 R1 includes new multiphysics capabilities, additive manufacturing enhancements, electronics suite enhancements, and more.  Learn more.

AVL Simulation Suite 2020R2 – AVL’s Advanced Simulation Technologies offers high-definition insights into the behavior and interactions of components, systems and entire vehicles, driving automotive efficiency, performance, and innovation.  Learn more.

V-Ray 5.00.02 (Chaosgroup) – V-Ray’s 3D rendering software helps artists, architects, and designers visualize anything imaginable, by rendering using adaptive ray tracing technology and proprietary scene intelligence to create imagery that is indistinguishable from a photograph.  Learn more.

Convergent Science CONVERGE 3.19 – CONVERGE is leading computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software for simulating three-dimensional fluid flow, featuring autonomous meshing, state-of-the-art physical models, a robust chemistry solver, and the ability to easily accommodate complex moving geometries.  Learn more.

ENGYS HELYX 3.3.0 – HELYX is general-purpose a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software solution for engineering design and optimization based on ENGYS’ open-source simulation engine (HELYX-Core).  This version includes updates for all of HELYX’s add-on solver modules — Adjoint, Coupled, Marine, and Hydro.  Learn more.

ESI VA ONE 2020.1 – ESI VA One is a single environment for vibro-acoustics analysis and design, allowing engineers to perform accurate predictive noise and vibration design assessments early in the design cycle to meet product performance objectives.  Learn more.

 

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