August 26, 2019 at 3:51 amAsmail76SubscriberHi, everyone in this community.
Could you please help me to find ANSYS requirements. I am going to do some simulation in the field of wind turbines and I would like to buy new laptop .
What is the best specification ( processor , Ram, graphic card,....etc) which is met with my simulation? And could any one recommend type of laptops( Dell, Hp, ...etc)
August 26, 2019 at 6:01 pmtsiriaksAnsys Employee
First thing first, are you going to use the ANSYS Student (free) version or you have some academic licenses ?
If the former is the case, your model size will be restricted.
August 30, 2019 at 7:20 pmAsmail76Subscriber
Yes, I am going to use the ANSYS student free version.
September 3, 2019 at 9:21 amRobAnsys Employee
For student version pretty much anything that's OK for gaming will work, you just need to check the graphics card. If you already have a laptop try the software on that first. Supported hardware https://www.ansys.com/solutions/solutions-by-role/it-professionals/platform-support Note, we don't have a Mac build for those poor Apple addicts.
The reason for checking the licence is that you can only use 512k cells, so (roughly) will only use 1-2GB RAM maximum. With unlimited cell count (Research or Commercial keys) solving over a billion (10^12) cells is becoming common, but not yet routine.
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