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<p>Expose Topology Optimization capabilities in Workbench Mechanical.Optimized model can be exported and edited in SpaceClaim for performing validation study and/or 3D printing.</p>
Ansys Topology Optimization v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.1
Target Application: Mechanical
Expose Topology Optimization capabilities in Workbench Mechanical.Optimized model can be exported and edited in SpaceClaim for performing validation study and/or 3D printing

FREE

<p>Expose Topology Optimization capabilities in Workbench Mechanical.Optimized model can be exported and edited in SpaceClaim for performing validation study and/or 3D printing.</p>
Ansys Topology Optimization v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Expose Topology Optimization capabilities in Workbench Mechanical.Optimized model can be exported and edited in SpaceClaim for performing validation study and/or 3D printing

FREE

<div><h1>Anybody Interface</h1> <!-- Description of the General Article --> <p></p><p>The goal of this app is to allow the user to interact between ANSYS Mechanical and Anybody.</p> <p><img height="250" width="850" src="https://support.ansys.com/cpstaticassets/ANSYS Customer Portal/Training Materials/thumbs/AnybodyInterface.png"></p> <p><img height="250" width="850" src="https://support.ansys.com/cpstaticassets/ANSYS Customer Portal/Training Materials/thumbs/AnybodyInterface1.png"></p> <p align="center">&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The extension is made of three modules:</p> <ul class="bulletedlist"> <li>Anybody Import: Import remote loads and moments from a file generated by AnyBody Musculoskeletal Forces.</li> <li>Export to Excel: Export the remote forces and moments to an Excel spreadsheet.</li> <li>Update Loads from Excel: Update the remote forces and moments from an Excel spreadsheet.</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>How to buy (paid-up fee only):</b> <b>$3,000 USD&nbsp;</b>(U.S. list price only – Prices in other countries may vary and be quoted in other currency.)</p> <p><b>General commercial conditions: </b>To the extent that minor releases and a next major release of the purchased version of the app are made available, customer shall be entitled to download such versions free of charge (e.g. if customer purchased Version 17.0 of the app and a Version 17.1, Version 18.0 and/or 18.1 is released, then customer shall be entitled to download Version 17.1, 18.0, and 18.1 free of charge).&nbsp; To the extent that any major release beyond the next major release of the purchase version of the app is made available, customer would be entitled to purchase such updated version for an update fee.&nbsp; Support is not included but may be available for purchase separately, in which case the provisions regarding customer support in the TECS terms of the License Terms would apply.&nbsp;</p> <p>The app is licensed solely subject to the terms and conditions contained in the non-standard clickwrap agreement that you agreed to in order to access the page containing the apps for sale (the “License Terms”).</p> </div>
Anybody Interface v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Interface between AnyBody Modeling System™ and ANSYS Mechanical

$3,000

<div><h1>Anybody Interface</h1> <!-- Description of the General Article --> <p></p><p>The goal of this app is to allow the user to interact between ANSYS Mechanical and Anybody.</p> <p><img height="250" width="850" src="https://support.ansys.com/cpstaticassets/ANSYS Customer Portal/Training Materials/thumbs/AnybodyInterface.png"></p> <p><img height="250" width="850" src="https://support.ansys.com/cpstaticassets/ANSYS Customer Portal/Training Materials/thumbs/AnybodyInterface1.png"></p> <p align="center">&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The extension is made of three modules:</p> <ul class="bulletedlist"> <li>Anybody Import: Import remote loads and moments from a file generated by AnyBody Musculoskeletal Forces.</li> <li>Export to Excel: Export the remote forces and moments to an Excel spreadsheet.</li> <li>Update Loads from Excel: Update the remote forces and moments from an Excel spreadsheet.</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>How to buy (paid-up fee only):</b> <b>$3,000 USD&nbsp;</b>(U.S. list price only – Prices in other countries may vary and be quoted in other currency.)</p> <p><b>General commercial conditions: </b>To the extent that minor releases and a next major release of the purchased version of the app are made available, customer shall be entitled to download such versions free of charge (e.g. if customer purchased Version 17.0 of the app and a Version 17.1, Version 18.0 and/or 18.1 is released, then customer shall be entitled to download Version 17.1, 18.0, and 18.1 free of charge).&nbsp; To the extent that any major release beyond the next major release of the purchase version of the app is made available, customer would be entitled to purchase such updated version for an update fee.&nbsp; Support is not included but may be available for purchase separately, in which case the provisions regarding customer support in the TECS terms of the License Terms would apply.&nbsp;</p> <p>The app is licensed solely subject to the terms and conditions contained in the non-standard clickwrap agreement that you agreed to in order to access the page containing the apps for sale (the “License Terms”).</p> </div>
Anybody Interface v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Interface between AnyBody Modeling System™ and ANSYS Mechanical

$3,000

Allow for users to have an environment for writing APDL commands that is integrated with live, contextual help. Command argument recognition, command searching, and automatic help page display are all available to help streamline and debug the APDL code while it is being generated &nbsp;<span style="background-color: #eff0eb; color: #ff0000;">[Contains source code]</span>
APDL Editor v1.1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0, 18.1
Target Application: Mechanical
Allow for users to have an environment for writing APDL commands that is integrated with live, contextual help. Command argument recognition, command searching, and automatic help page display are all available to help streamline and debug the APDL code while it is being generated [Contains source code]

FREE

Apply wind loading on solid/shell/beam geometry per API 4F guideline&nbsp;<span style="color: #ff0000; background-color: #ffffff;">[Contains source code]</span>
API 4F Wind Loading v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Apply wind loading on solid/shell/beam geometry per API 4F guideline [Contains source code]

FREE

Apply wind loading on solid/shell/beam geometry per API 4F guideline&nbsp;<span style="color: #ff0000; background-color: #ffffff;">[Contains source code]</span>
API 4F Wind Loading v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Apply wind loading on solid/shell/beam geometry per API 4F guideline [Contains source code]

FREE

<h1>ASME Fatigue ACT-based Application for Mechanical</h1> <p><strong>Background</strong>:</p> <ul> <li style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;" class="Default">The fatigue calculation according to ASME 2013 Sec. VIII Div.2 Part 5. Chapter 5.5.3; Fatigue assessment &ndash;elastic stress analysis and equivalent stress can be done by hand, extracting stress results at nodes for each load case.</li> <li class="Default">However, in addition to be a time-consuming task with risk of errors, the node location of the maximum damage cannot be known before the actual fatigue damage calculation.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Solution:</strong></p> <ul> <li style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;" class="Default"> The ASME Fatigue app can be used as an efficient post-processing tool to plot the number of cycles to failure, or accumulated damage according to ASME, for a single, or a combination of, load cases. </li> <li style="margin-bottom: 2.6pt;" class="Default"> The fatigue curve data tables are implemented and the fatigue curve is directly built using the material properties of the selected bodies. </li> </ul> <table> <tbody> <tr> <td><img alt="" src="/-/media/Ansys/corporate/actapps/asme-fatigue-img1.jpg?h=460&amp;w=345&amp;la=en&amp;hash=5AB5FB8170277291411324C0831254F9744A6070" style="height: 460px; width: 345px;" /> <br /> </td> <td>&nbsp; <p style="text-align: justify;"><img alt="" src="/-/media/Ansys/corporate/actapps/asme-fatigue-img2.jpg?h=445&amp;w=449&amp;la=en&amp;hash=C6A3348F9D311B99A24516AB244FB2F8735C94F8" style="height: 445px; width: 449px;" /></p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p style="text-align: justify;">The <strong><em>ASME Fatigue</em></strong> documentation can be downloaded from this link:</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> <a href="/-/media/Storefront/App_PDF/ASME+FatigueDocumentationV1801.pdf?la=en" target="_blank">ASME Fatigue_Documentation_V180.1.pdf</a></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>How to buy (paid-up fee only): $1,200 USD&nbsp;</strong>(U.S. list price only &ndash; Prices in other countries may vary and be quoted in other currency.) </p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>General commercial conditions: </strong>To the extent that minor releases and a next major release of the purchased version of the app are made available, customer shall be entitled to download such versions free of charge (e.g. if customer purchased Version 17.0 of the app and a Version 17.1, Version 18.0 and/or 18.1 is released, then customer shall be entitled to download Version 17.1, 18.0, and 18.1 free of charge).&nbsp; To the extent that any major release beyond the next major release of the purchase version of the app is made available, customer would be entitled to purchase such updated version for an update fee.&nbsp; Support is not included but may be available for purchase separately, in which case the provisions regarding customer support in the TECS terms of the License Terms would apply.&nbsp; </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The app is licensed solely subject to the terms and conditions contained in the non-standard clickwrap agreement that you agreed to in order to access the page containing the apps for sale (the &ldquo;License Terms&rdquo;).</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p>
ASME Fatigue v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Fatigue calculation post-processing tool to plot the cycles to failure and accumulated damage according to section 5.5.3 in ASME VIII Div. 2

$1,200

<h1>ASME Local Failure ACT-based Application for Mechanical</h1> <p><strong>Background:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Local failure is a term used in ASME 2013 Sec. VIII Div.2 Part 5. as a means to compare the magnitude of plastic strain values against limits set out by the code.</li> <li>Handling these stress and strain results, together with the material class dependent constants can be a tedious task, and easily prone to human error.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Solution:</strong></p> <ul> <li>The Local Failure app can be used as an efficient post-processing tool to plot the local failure utilization ratio according to ASME.</li> <li>The material properties are found for the specified material class according to ASME.</li> <li>Furthermore, the ASME Local Failure app offers the possibility to specify forming strain.</li> </ul> <p><img alt="" src="/-/media/Ansys/corporate/actapps/asme-local-failure-img1.jpg?h=464&amp;w=750&amp;la=en&amp;hash=4187634B105A35E7A8EAD56CC3DCFFB67F56A066" style="height: 464px; width: 750px;" /></p> <p>The <strong><em>ASME Local Failure</em></strong> documentation can be downloaded from this link:</p> <p><a href="/-/media/Storefront/App_PDF/ASME+Local+FailureDocumentationV1801.pdf?la=en" target="_blank">ASME local Failure_Documentation_V180.1.pdf</a></p> <p><strong>How to buy (paid-up fee only): $1,200 USD&nbsp;</strong>(U.S. list price only &ndash; Prices in other countries may vary and be quoted in other currency.) </p> <p><strong>General commercial conditions: </strong>To the extent that minor releases and a next major release of the purchased version of the app are made available, customer shall be entitled to download such versions free of charge (e.g. if customer purchased Version 17.0 of the app and a Version 17.1, Version 18.0 and/or 18.1 is released, then customer shall be entitled to download Version 17.1, 18.0, and 18.1 free of charge).&nbsp; To the extent that any major release beyond the next major release of the purchase version of the app is made available, customer would be entitled to purchase such updated version for an update fee.&nbsp; Support is not included but may be available for purchase separately, in which case the provisions regarding customer support in the TECS terms of the License Terms would apply.&nbsp; </p> <p>The app is licensed solely subject to the terms and conditions contained in the non-standard clickwrap agreement that you agreed to in order to access the page containing the apps for sale (the &ldquo;License Terms&rdquo;).</p>
ASME Local Failure v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Local failure calculation post-processing tool to plot the local failure utilization ratio according to section 5.3.3 in ASME VIII, Div. 2, with the possibility to specify forming strain and/or a loading sequence

$1,200

Perform local strain assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor
ASME Local Strain Assessment v2
Supports ANSYS: 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Perform local strain assessments according to ASME Section VIII division 2 part-5 for pressure vessels by calculating the local strain limit and a usage factor

FREE

Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3
ASME Material Generator v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0, 18.1
Target Application: Workflow
Stress Strain Curve according to Annex 3-D, ASME 2013 VIII Div.2 / KD-231.4 ASME 2015 VIII Div.3

FREE

Automated post-processing of pipe stress, according to ASME B31.8 rules&nbsp;<span style="color: #ff0000; background-color: #ffffff;">[Contains source code]</span>
ASME Pipe Check v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Automated post-processing of pipe stress, according to ASME B31.8 rules [Contains source code]

FREE

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