Ansys Workbench Additive Process Simulation

Ansys Workbench Additive Process Simulation

Ansys Workbench Additive Process Simulation

Ansys is a software suite of Ansys Inc.

Ansys Workbench Additive is a native feature within Ansys Mechanical. It allows to simulate the entire Design to Print Additive Manufacturing process with full user control in Workbench Mechanical. Furthermore, it provides a post-treatment simulation capability.

Ansys Workbench Additive allows to:

  • Enables physics-based topology optimization with built-in manufacturing constraints for AM
  • Calculate efficient lattice structures
  • Simulates the AM process for accurate prediction of part distortion and stresses
  • Provides simple input of process parameters to define the AM build process
  • Enables use of nonlinear and temperature-dependent material properties
  • Provide full-user access to process settings for customization
  • Enable efficient HPC performance scaling with Ansys HPC products

Ansys Workbench Additive enables to:

  • Predict residual stress and distortion at every process step
  • Simulate the post-process phases like support and base-plate removal as well as heat treatment
  • Run Parametric Studies, exploiting the capability of Ansys Workbench
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Progettazione e Simulazione del processo Additive Manufacturing per componenti metallici

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Ottime potenzialità nella riprogettazione di parti di macchine e stampi per la produzione

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