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ANSYS provides the broadest and deepest engineering simulation platform available. The ANSYS App Store gives customers the ability to further expand the capability of our solutions through an array of free and paid apps developed by ANSYS and our trusted partners.

Using the tools below, you can filter based on product family and by free or paid apps. After logging in, free apps are available as a simple download. Paid apps require that you request a quote for offline fulfillment.

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Post processing tool to evaluate maximum stress or strain range from a selected range of solution steps. Results are saved in a csv file for external fatigue analysis and plotting using “CSV Plot”
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Fatigue Scanning v4
Supports ANSYS: 17.0, 17.1, 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Post processing tool to evaluate maximum stress or strain range from a selected range of solution steps. Results are saved in a csv file for external fatigue analysis and plotting using “CSV Plot”

FREE

Post processing tool to evaluate maximum stress or strain range from a selected range of solution steps. Results are saved in a csv file for external fatigue analysis and plotting using “CSV Plot”
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Fatigue Scanning v5
Supports ANSYS: 18.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Post processing tool to evaluate maximum stress or strain range from a selected range of solution steps. Results are saved in a csv file for external fatigue analysis and plotting using “CSV Plot”

FREE

Post processing tool to evaluate maximum stress or strain range from a selected range of solution steps or a Solution Combination. Results are saved in a csv file for external fatigue analysis and plotting using "CSV Plot"
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Fatigue Scanning v6
Supports ANSYS: 19.1
Target Application: Mechanical
Post processing tool to evaluate maximum stress or strain range from a selected range of solution steps or a Solution Combination. Results are saved in a csv file for external fatigue analysis and plotting using "CSV Plot"

FREE

Expose node and element related information
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FE Info v9.7
Supports ANSYS: 17.0, 17.1, 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Expose node and element related information

FREE

Expose node and element related information
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FE Info v9.7
Supports ANSYS: 18.0, 18.1, 18.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Expose node and element related information

FREE

Flatness defect evaluation of plane surfaces under loading
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Flatness Defect v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Flatness defect evaluation of plane surfaces under loading

FREE

Create follower forces and moments to follow geometric deformation.&nbsp;<span style="color: #ff0000; background-color: #ffffff;">[Contains source code]</span>
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Follower Loads v6
Supports ANSYS: 17.0, 17.1, 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Create follower forces and moments to follow geometric deformation. [Contains source code]

FREE

Map transient CFD results to thermal or structural analysis including the definition of load steps. Include CFD-post macros that also export transient data to csv files for use in External Data System for native transient data mapping
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FSI Transient Load Mapping v4
Supports ANSYS: 17.0, 17.1, 17.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Map transient CFD results to thermal or structural analysis including the definition of load steps. Include CFD-post macros that also export transient data to csv files for use in External Data System for native transient data mapping

FREE

Expose a new DOE type in ANSYS DesignXplorer: Full Factorial, supporting up to 10 input parameters, to generate all combinations of parameter levels
FullFactorialDOE
Full Factorial DOE v1
Supports ANSYS: 17.0, 17.1, 17.2
Target Application: DesignXplorer
Expose a new DOE type in ANSYS DesignXplorer: Full Factorial, supporting up to 10 input parameters, to generate all combinations of parameter levels

FREE

Expose a new DOE type in ANSYS DesignXplorer: Full Factorial, supporting up to 10 input parameters, to generate all combinations of parameter levels
FullFactorialDOE
Full Factorial DOE v1
Supports ANSYS: 18.0,18.1
Target Application: DesignXplorer
Expose a new DOE type in ANSYS DesignXplorer: Full Factorial, supporting up to 10 input parameters, to generate all combinations of parameter levels

FREE

<p style="margin-top: 0pt; margin-bottom: 0pt; margin-left: 0in; text-align: left;"><span style="color: black;">Apply a variable load based on a user-defined input function that can contain multiple spatial variable. Support a variable surface pressure, variable line pressure, variable beam pressure (that includes the cross-sections orientation) and variable heat flux</span></p>
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Function Loading v3
Supports ANSYS: 19.0
Target Application: Mechanical
Apply a variable load based on a user-defined input function that can contain multiple spatial variable. Support a variable surface pressure, variable line pressure, variable beam pressure (that includes the cross-sections orientation) and variable heat flux

FREE

Apply a load based on a user-defined input function that can contain multiple spatial variables. Support a variable pressure, variable line pressure and a variable heat flux
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Function Loading v3
Supports ANSYS: 18.0, 18.1, 18.2
Target Application: Mechanical
Apply a load based on a user-defined input function that can contain multiple spatial variables. Support a variable pressure, variable line pressure and a variable heat flux

FREE

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