COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Vanderplaats Research & Development, Inc. (VR&D), the leading global provider of optimization technology and services, announced today the release of GENESIS Structural Optimization for ANSYS® Mechanical (GSAM). GSAM delivers an easy-to-use interface which allows the user to setup structural optimization problems, execute them, post-process them and export the data within the ANSYS environment.
GSAM is a super set of GTAM (GENESIS Topology Optimization for ANSYS® Mechanical). GSAM can perform any function that GTAM does. The extra functionality is to perform topography, freeform, shape, sizing and topometry optimization. GSAM allows ANSYS users many more options and flexibility for their optimization processes.
"We are pleased to offer GSAM as a new addition to our growing list of state of the art design optimization software products. We believe this will further enhance the ANSYS Mechanical user's set of tools to create high quality products faster and cheaper than before," said Dr. Garret Vanderplaats, founder and CEO of VR&D.
Benefits & Highlights:
* Generate and edit design data for topology, topography, freeform, shape, sizing and topometry optimization.
* Support multiple analyses including static structural, modal, linear buckling, harmonic, random vibration, thermal, and transient structural
* Monitor the optimization process
* Post process analysis and optimization results
* Export topology, topography, freeform, shape, sizing and topometry optimization result as STL or IGES file.
VR&D is committed to providing the best technology, software, staff of experts and client support in the optimization world. Privately held with offices in North America and distributors around the world, VR&D was founded more than 30 years ago by one of the leading experts in the optimization world, Dr. Garret Vanderplaats. VR&D has a track record for consistently delivering a competitive advantage to customers in a broad range of industries. More information on VR&D can be found at http://www.vrand.com/.
GENESIS is a registered trademark of Vanderplaats Research & Development, Inc.
ANSYS is a registered trademark of ANSYS, Inc.
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