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ANSYS Simulation Software

ANSYS is a technology-leading software for numerical simulation in product development. The functionality spans all steps of CAE simulations, combined with very powerful simulation technology for Fluid Dynamics, Structural Mechanics, Electromagnetics, Multiphysics and System Simulation as well as Temperature Fields.
ANSYS users come from various industrial sectors. ANSYS is particularly widespread in the following industries: industrial equipment, energy, automotive, aerospace and defense, railway and ship building, consumer goods and healthcare technology. Even in higher education and research institutes ANSYS is used intensively.

Since 1985 CADFEM GmbH is established distributor of ANSYS software in Central Europe and Elite Channel Partner of ANSYS, the world’s largest independent provider of simulation software.

Structures

A comprehensive approach covering the whole spectrum of structural applications both statics .

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Fluids

ANSYS CFX and ANSYS FLUENT are technically leading solutions for the requirements of flow simulation.

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Electronics

ANSYS products cover very broad areas of electromagnetism in high and low frequencies.

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Embedded Software

Embedded software is increasingly being used in smart devices, but imperfect code can be the cause of many product failures.

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Semiconductors

Increasing demand for smart electronic devices is driving integration and further miniaturization of integrated circuit (IC) technology.

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Platform

Today’s businesses operate in a highly competitive environment where every company strives to innovate faster while reducing their product development.

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3D Design

Rapidly explore ideas, iterate and innovate with ANSYS Discovery 3D design software. With the easy-to-use tools, you can build and optimize lighter and smarter products.

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Optical

ANSYS optical simulation helps you design your optical systems faster than ever. As lasers and other optical breakthroughs are becoming ever more important and more prevalent, modeling light propagation

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Systems

As product complexity grows, so does the challenge of integrating individual components within a system to ensure they work together as expected.

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