July 4, 2022 at 7:56 amWatch & LearnParticipant
This 3-part series of ANSYS How To videos first demonstrates how to set up and generate a Response Surface in ANSYS DesignXplorer, and then discusses how to interpret various types of Response Surface results. ANSYS DesignXplorer leverages the power of ANSYS Workbench for parametric analyses. ANSYS Workbench makes it easy to create and manage parameters across a wide range of ANSYS products, has a persistent setup, and makes automatic updates. ANSYS DesignXplorer takes advantage of these Workbench strengths; it enables you to explore, understand and optimize your design so you can apply simulation to drive product development. Part 2 of 3. DesignXplorer is an integrated application to leverage simulation, DOE algorithms, and response surface technology to explore various design points for product optimization.
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