Ansys Customization Toolkit

Ansys Customization Toolkit, o più sinteticamente ACT, è una tecnologia che permette di sviluppare ed utilizzare delle customizzazioni - o estensioni - per le diverse piattaforme di simulazione Ansys (Mechanical, Fluent, Maxwell, Electronics Desktop, ecc.) al fine di estenderne le funzionalità.

Le tecnologie Ansys permettono di eseguire di default numerose tipologie di attività e simulazioni. Per includere delle nuove feature utili all’utente per una specifica attività è possibile sfruttare le potenzialità della console ACT, basata sul linguaggio di programmazione Python.

Alcuni esempi pratici: ACT permette all’utente di utilizzare delle speciali “wizard” in grado di creare in modo automatico un profilo NACA, eseguire una verifica strutturale in conformità con la normativa ASME o Eurocodice, studiare fenomeni acustici avanzati, simulare il processo di formatura di un cordone di saldatura, e molto altro ancora.

Tutte le estensioni ACT vengono installate dall’interfaccia Ansys Workbench e possono essere scaricate dall’Ansys App Store: catalog.ansys.com

 

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