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UPDATE: Added 2 material database links
  Added links to "Material Property Database (MPDB)" and "CryoComp" on Material Links page, courtesy of D. Boyle.
  Posted by Sheldon on 03.07.2014
 
NEWS: ANSYS nCode DesignLife 15.0 and Service Packs available
  The following software are available for download from the ANSYS Customer Portal:
  • ANSYS nCode DesignLife 15.0 (under "Full Products")
  • ANSYS 15.0.3 - service pack for ANSYS LS-DYNA on Windows
  • ANSYS 15.0.5 - service pack for Mechanical on Windows and Linux
  Posted by Sheldon on 01.13.2014
 
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