CAD: ANSYS Campus Solutions, for Teaching
Minimum Subscription Required:
The ANSYS Teaching licence bundle provides access to the majority of ANSYS software in the Academic Campus Solutions bundle. It covers the following:
- Electromagnetics Suite: Electronic Desktop, the GUI for all of HFSS, Maxwell 2D/3D; Simplorer, and SIwave;
- Multiphysics Suite: the AIM one-window GUI with ready-made simulation templates; the Workbench GUI for configuring multiphysics simulations; Design Modeler for building 3D parts or systems; Forte fuel and combustion simulator; FLUENT, Polyflow and CFX fluid mechanics simulators; IcePak system heat transfer modeler; two different meshing environments; and a special composite materials pre- and post-processor module.
For the complete list of what is included in this bundle, please refer to the ANSYS Academic Features Product Table at http://www.ansys.com/Products/Academic/Academic-Product-Portfolio
What You Get
- Faculty: Receive a pass that allows you, your teaching assistant(s) and your students to use the ANSYS tools license through this method;
- Access for the duration of your class term.
ANSYS Teaching Licence Bundle Quickstart Guide
Licensing Requirements or Restrictions
- Access is authorized within the geographic boundaries of Canada only.
- Use of this licence bundle is for instructional purposes only.
- Licences may not be used for commercial development of any kind.
- Access to this software licence bundle is limited to faculty members, teaching assistants and their students.
- Any NDN university Professor Research subscriber is authorized to access this product.
- Use of this design tool is subject to the software licensor’s usage terms and conditions set out in their Software License Agreement and Academic Addendum which can be found here.
For more information, contact the Licensing Administrator at 613-530-4787 or email@example.com.
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