Integrated engineering software

ANSYS and VISTAGY Inc. have announced the bidirectional integration of ANSYS 13.0 Composite PrepPost and FiberSIM 2010 composites engineering software.

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ANSYS (Pittsburgh, Pa.) and VISTAGY Inc. (Waltham, Mass.) have announced the bidirectional integration of ANSYS 13.0 Composite PrepPost and FiberSIM 2010 composites engineering software. Reportedly, this enables quick and accurate exchange of detailed layup information between design and analysis, enabling users to optimize composite parts, assemblies and structures more efficiently. As a result of this integration, customers can conduct a faster and more iterative process for optimizing composite parts. The move ensures that there is no disconnect between part certification and manufacturing because layup details can be validated by ANSYS Composite PrepPost. Integration also increases user confidence that model analysis is accurate. Ultimately, the companies contend, customers that rely on composites will be able to get products to market faster.

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