The ANSYS user community is a fairly active one and there are many places on the
web to learn more about the software and to share your own experiences. The following
is a basic list that primarily points to other locations with much more information
This is the first place to look and a jumping off point for all things ANSYS on the
The site is maintained by Sheldon Imaoka and is a great place for users to share
macros, information on undocumented and obscure commands, and a great list of fantastic
links to other ANSYS resources.
This is also the location of the legacy XANSYS ARCHIVE
The official corporate web site for ANSYS, Inc. has a lot more to offer than the
typical marketing information: www.ansys.com
A list of all of the certified third party software partners for ANSYS and a list
of certified hardware. This is a great place to find add on tools to expand and
connect your ANSYS seat or check and see if that new video card will work with ANSYS.
The CADOE team in France maintains a web site dedicated to ANSYS, Inc’s Variation
Technology and products and consulting that uses this technology. The product information
is out of date but there is a lot of detail about Variation al Technology and its