ANSYS Workbench Platform

The ANSYS Workbench platform is the framework upon which the industry’s broadest and deepest suite of advanced engineering simulation technology is built. An innovative project schematic view ties together the entire simulation process, guiding the user through even complex multiphysics analyses with drag-and-drop simplicity. With bi-directional CAD connectivity, an automated project level update mechanism, pervasive parameter management and integrated optimization tools, the ANSYS Workbench Platform delivers unprecedented productivity, enabling simulation driven product development.

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Innovative Project Schematic
An innovative project schematic view changes the way engineers work with simulation

Complete Analysis Systems Guide the Simulation Process
Helping you work through the system from top-to-bottom

Automatic Project-Level Update
Dramatically reduces the cost of performing design iteration

Drag-and-Drop Multiphysics
Building up more complex coupled analyses involving multiple-physics is as easy

Integrated Parameter Management
Parameters defined within the applications are managed from the project window



In Geometry Interfaces, ANSYS Workbench enables bidirectional communication with all major CAD systems, enabling efficient simulation-driven design decisions. From easy, automatic meshing to carefully crafted mesh, ANSYS Meshing compresses the analysis process and helps ensure accurate solutions. Bridging the gap between CAD data and simulation, ANSYS DesignModeler provides analysis-specific geometry modeling tools. To fully leverage the power of parametric analysis, ANSYS DesignXplorer enables Design of Experiments, goal-driven optimization, min/max search or even Six Sigma analysis.

Geometry Interfaces | ANSYS DesignModeler | ANSYS Meshing | ANSYS DesignXplorer


Technical Seminar/Hands-On Events

Ozen Engineering Inc. holds ANSYS Technical Seminars and Hands-On Training every month. Classes are taught by Ozen Engineering experts who have extensive ANSYS application experience as well as FEA and CFD computer-aided engineering expertise. To see our events schedule or register for an upcoming event, please go to our Events page.