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ANSYS, the global leader in engineering simulation, provides the best and broadest portfolio of engineering simulation software, enabling users to solve the most complex design challenges. BOXX ANSYS performance specialists will help you configure a workstation specifically for ANSYS so you can maximize this powerful application’s performance and accelerate your workflow like never before.

Because ANSYS software is relegated to a specific number of cores, you need a system that will maximize the performance of your core license. In other words, don’t buy an eight-core system when you have purchased a sixteen-core ANSYS license. BOXX recommends an additional two to four cores over and above the ANSYS core license to allow for your operating system and other processes that may be running in the background.

Of course, selecting a BOXX workstation that will maximize your ANSYS workflow is critical. BOXX ANSYS solutions feature safely overclocked Intel® Core™ i7, Core X-series, or dual Intel® Xeon® processors (up to 56 cores), 2TB of RAM, and plenty of storage for large computational fluid dynamics simulations.

BOXX ANSYS performance specialists can custom-configure your ideal ANSYS workstation, while our U.S.-based legendary technical support can resolve any issues which may arise. No other systems manufacturer can provide that level of ANSYS support. Contact one of our specialists now and learn how BOXX can accelerate your ANSYS workflow and increase your productivity.

Recommended ANSYS Configurations

Entry Level - APEXX S3
CPU: Overclocked 8-core Intel® Core™ i7 processor with liquid cooling
MEM: Up to 64GB DDR4-2666MHz
HDD: 512GB M.2 PCIe Drive
GPU: NVIDIA® Quadro™ P2000
OS: Windows™ 10 64-bit Pro
CPU: Overclocked 3.6GHz 16-core Intel® Core™ X-Series i9 processor with liquid cooling
MEM: Up to 128GB DDR4-2666MHz
HDD: 512GB M.2 PCIe Drive
GPU: NVIDIA® Quadro™ P4000
OS: Windows™ 10 64-bit Pro
Maximum Power - APEXX D4
CPU: Dual Intel® Xeon SP Processors with up to 56 Cores with liquid cooling
MEM: Up to 2TB DDR4-2666MHz ECC Reg
HDD: 512GB SSD M.2 PCle Drive
GPU: Nvidia® Quadro™ P2000
OS: Windows™ 10 64-bit Pro

CFD Simulation

Ansys Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software allows you to model fluid flow and other related physical phenomena. With CFD software, you can simulate and model aerodynamics, combustion, hydrodynamics, mixtures of liquids/solids/gas, particle dispersions, reacting flows, heat transfer, and much more.

ANSYS Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solutions enable you to model and simulate all fluid processes (including fluid–structure multiphysics interactions) so you can be confident that your product will perform optimally before you manufacture the first prototype.

Recent innovations to modeling, meshing, user environment, high-performance computing, and post-processing radically accelerate your time-to-results without compromising accuracy. These innovations enable novices to quickly become productive, while providing experienced users with greater opportunities to excel using computational fluid dynamics software.


Structural Simulation

The ANSYS structural analysis software suite enables you to solve complex structural engineering problems and make better, faster design decisions. With finite element analysis (FEA) tools, you can customize and automate your simulations, and parameterize them to analyze multiple design scenarios. ANSYS Structural Mechanics software easily connects to other physics analysis tools, providing even greater realism in predicting the behavior and performance of complex products. ANSYS FEA software is used throughout the design industry to enable engineers to optimize their product designs.

The ANSYS structural analysis software suite allows you to:

  • Simulate all structural aspects of your product
    • Conduct linear static analyses that reveal stresses or deformations, modal analyses that determine vibration characteristics, and advanced transient nonlinear studies that focus on dynamic effects and complex behaviors.
  • Combine high speed with high accuracy
    • Two reduction techniques – submodeling and substructuring – enable you to condense models for rapid computation, without significantly affecting the accuracy of results.
  • Comprehensive Element Library
    • Represent complex real-world geometries from the ANSYS library of beams, shells, or solid-shells for thin structures, as well as solids that are used in a wide variety of applications.
ANSYS Structural Simulation




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