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Webinar: Ansys 2023 R2: Ansys Digital Twin What’s New
September 7 @ 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Discover the new features of Ansys Digital Twin in our latest release, Ansys 2023 R2, which continues to provide our customers with more digital twin prediction accuracy and enhanced post-processing for Hybrid Analytics, coupled with extended fusion capabilities for transient data.
SEPTEMBER 7, 2023
11 AM EST
About this Webinar
We continue to innovate and provide our customers with the right technology with the release of Ansys 2023 R2, increasing their digital twin prediction accuracy with enhanced post-processing for Hybrid Analytics and extended fusion capabilities for transient data.
Our customers will also benefit from a better user experience for twin deployment thanks to a standalone application based on cloud/web-based technologies. This enables advanced workflow in Windows and Linux and a similar UI environment for applications such as offline Digital Twins or App in a browser.
Several improvements to ROM performance and behavior provide Ansys Twin Builder users with better visualization and post-treatments.
Ansys 2023 R2 innovates to allow our customers to co-simulate Twin Builder and Maxwell for parallel runs and a simplified licensing scheme with a shared licensing context between Twin Builder and Maxwell.
Finally, Ansys Twin Builder now has a student version, ideal for academic users and system simulation coursework.
5 reasons to watch the Ansys Twin Builder updates:
- Fusion Capabilities for Transient Data
- Fusion capabilities are extended for transient data with the ability to account for time history values when making a model prediction
- Web-based Standalone ROM Viewer
- A standalone application based on cloud/web-based technologies enabling advanced workflow in Windows and Linux and a similar UI environment for different applications such as offline Digital Twins or App in a browser
- Improved ROM Viz using Projection on Mesh
- Improved visualization and post-treatments with STL file import and ROM results projected on the surface mesh. Available as installable packages inside Twin Deployer distribution
- TB-Maxwell Parallel Transient Co-simulation
- Co-simulate Twin Builder and Maxwell (Transient-Transient) for parallel runs
- Support parallel transient co-simulations between Twin Builder and Maxwell with HPC tasks
- Simplified licensing scheme with shared licensing context between TB and Maxwell
- Support for Twin Builder Student Version
- Ansys Twin Builder has a student version available
- A separate installer with a limited license is available
- Only 15 components per schematic are supported, and there’s no export/twin workflow support