- Ask your professor for USERNAME and PASSWORD to download files
- Download installation file (about 5.5Gb) from this LINK
- Unzip it into a folder on your PC (es.: C:\ansys)
- Run setup.exe and follow installation procedure to install ANSYS 2020R1 (skip the page regarding server configuration)
- Download license file (academic.zip) from this LINK
- Extract academic.lic from ZIP file and place it into a folder on your PC (es.: C:\ansys_license)
- Open a command prompt: press Windows key + R at same time, enter cmd, and press OK
- In the command prompt, run the following to set appropriate environment variables to point to the license file:
- setx ANSYSLMD_LICENSE_FILE "C:\ansys_license\academic.lic"
- setx DYNARDO_LICENSE_FILE "C:\ansys_license\academic.lic"
- setx ESTERELD_LICENSE_FILE "C:\ansys_license\academic.lic"
(License will expire on September 30th, 2021)
Problem size limits:
Structural Physics: 128K nodes/elements
Fluid physics: 512K cells/nodes
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