ANSYS 2020 R1 Features GRANTA MI Pro for Materials Data Management
CAMBRIDGE, UK, Feb 5, 2020 - This month’s ANSYS 2020 R1 release includes ANSYS GRANTA MI Pro, a new fast-start materials data management solution from the ANSYS Granta team.
GRANTA MI Pro draws upon the industry-leading technology provided in the GRANTA MI Enterprise solution, which supports enterprise-wide management of materials information at hundreds of major engineering enterprises globally.
With GRANTA MI Pro, a subset of the GRANTA MI Enterprise tools are provided in a package focused on one particular application: providing input data for design and simulation. GRANTA MI Pro makes it easy to build a list of materials and their properties from in-house sources and suppliers, and to combine this data with simulation-relevant reference data from the ANSYS Granta data library. This combined resource can then be made available to the design and simulation community via direct integration with their NX CAD or ANSYS Workbench CAE environments.
GRANTA MI Pro is ideal as a starting-point on the materials information management journey for larger organizations where providing data to design and simulation is an urgent priority, or as a solution for smaller organizations with focused requirements.
More information here.
Find out about GRANTA MI Pro at this webinar – 20 Feb, 2020 and available on-demand after the event.
About Granta Design Ltd.
Granta is the materials information technology, experts. The company develops market-leading software for managing materials and process information in engineering enterprises and a series of tools for applying that data to key materials and product design decisions. Granta serves sectors as diverse as aerospace, defense, energy, medical devices, automotive, motorsports, manufacture of consumer and industrial equipment, materials production, and publishing. Customers realize multi-million dollar benefits in reduced cost, enhanced product performance, improved quality, and faster design turnaround. Granta was founded in 1994 as a spinout from the University of Cambridge and the work of Professors Mike Ashby and David Cebon. For more information, visit https://www.grantadesign.com. Follow @GrantaDesign on Twitter.