November 21, 2018 at 1:56 amshnaininaSubscriber
I hav the following question's and hope you folks can help me:
1- Does ansys and invent er serves the same purpose? If so, which one is the best and what is the advantage of each one?
2- Can I import 3D model that I created in any software (like maya or autocad or 3D max) or 2D drawing in ansys to analysis it? If so, how can I do that? since modeling in ansys is hard and isn't as good as other modeling products.
Note: I'm student of mechanical engineering
Thanks in advance Shein Reviews
November 21, 2018 at 4:00 ampeteroznewmanSubscriber
1. This is an ANSYS forum and we don't comment on other products.
2. ANSYS can import many formats of 3D and 2D geometry and analyze it. There are many tutorials on how to do that in the Tutorial section of this site.
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