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Ansys

Simulation Software & Consulting

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Boston Engineering has been solving clients’ toughest innovation challenges with product development and simulation consulting for 25 years. And, as an established PTC Platinum Partner, Boston Engineering provides integrated software solutions (engineering tools support, training, and consulting) and product development consulting.

With Ansys’ simulation software and Boston Engineering’s digital transformation solutions, clients can accelerate product development with new levels of precision and confidence. Boston Engineering provides organizations with the product development tools, processes, and perspective as a trusted partner to succeed.

 

Structural Analysis Simulation

Structural analysis software provides product designers and engineers with powerful, reliable insights to accelerate new product development and to pinpoint improvements to existing products rapidly. By conducting stress analysis (finite element analysis [FEA]), users can simulate structural performance under static, dynamic, and impact loading environments.

 

Fluids Simulation

Understanding how fluids interact with your product is paramount for performance and reliability. Whether its aerodynamics, hydraulics, or electronics cooling, fluids simulation – also known as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) – provides designers and engineers with actionable insight into fluid flow and conjugate heat transfer.

 

Electronics & Electromagnetics Simulation

In today’s connected world, understanding the myriad of physics behind your electronics is paramount for performance, reliability, and differentiation from your competitors. Whether it’s signal integrity, antenna design, heat transfer, electro-mechanical, or circuit layout, optimizing today’s electronics requires a true multi-physics approach.


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