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April 2, 1987

SILICON GRAPHICS HAS ANSYS

By CBR Staff Writer

Silicon Graphics, based in Newbury, Berkshire over here, has a new finite element analysis and modelling program, called Ansys, for its Iris workstation family: Ansys generates two- and three- dimensional hidden line or section plots with such capabilities as multiple windows, zoom and perspectives, and supports a variety of analysis types including static, Eigenvalue, buckling, mode frequency, non-linear transient dynamics and heat transfer.

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