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contact, stress stiffening, temperature dependency, material anisotropy, and radiation. As ANSYS has been developed, other special capabilities, such as substructuring, submodeling, random vibration, kinetostatics, kinetodynamics, free convection fluid analysis, acoustics, magnetics, piezoelectrics, coupled-field analysis and design
optimization have been added to the program. These capabilities contribute further to making ANSYS a multipurpose analysis tool for varied engineering disciplines.
The ANSYS program has been in commercial use since 1970, and has been used extensively in the aerospace,
automotive, construction, electronic, energy services, manufacturing, nuclear, plastics, oil, and steel industries.
In addition, many consulting firms and hundreds of universities use ANSYS for analysis, research, and educational
use. ANSYS is recognized worldwide as one of the most widely used and capable programs of its type. 1.1. Purpose of This Manual
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