The full Ansys Academic Multiphysics Campus Solution is available, e.g. Mechanical, CFX, Fluent, LS-Dyna, Electronic, SCADE (but not Lumerical, GRANTA).
To see if (new) software products are included in Ansys please check Ansys Academic Product Reference Table.
Below you find explanations to obtain and check out product licenses and regarding support and training.
For additional information and minimal examples regarding specific products see:
This documentation only covers the specifics of the usage of ANSYS on our system. General introductory courses as well as courses for special topics are offered by ANSYS Inc. and their regional offices. We recommend taking an introductory course first (see the CAD-FEM GmbH homepage). Good (free) starting points for self-study are https://students.cadfem.net/de/ansys-gratis-lernen.html and https://courses.ansys.com.
From time to time, we also offer courses covering ANSYS products ourselves. Please refer to: NHR Community.
Documentation and Tutorials
If you are a member of the
Ansys user group (see details how to become a member below under Usage and Licensing) you can access on blogin:
- the official PDF documentation:
Usage and Licensing
Academic use only
The use of Ansys is restricted to members of the
Ansys user group.
You can apply to become a group member at email@example.com
. You must fulfill the Ansys license conditions. In short: our academic license is restricted to degree and/or nondegree-related research, student instruction, student projects and student demonstrations. It cannot be used in projects that are financed by industrial partners.
To check if you are a group member you can type: groups
#SBATCH -L ansys
to your job script.
The flag "#SBATCH -L ansys" ensures that the scheduler starts jobs only, when licenses are available.
You can check the availability yourself: scontrol show lic
aa_ris a "ANSYS Academic Research License" with 4 inclusive tasks. Research jobs with more than 4 tasks cost additional "
aa_t_ais a "ANSYS Academic Teaching License" with a maximum of 4 tasks. These may be used only for student projects, student instruction and student demonstrations. Eligible users are allowed to activate these, by adding the flag
to the Ansys executable. The path $ANSYSLIC_DIR is provided after loading any Ansys module.
|ANSYS 2023 R1||ansys/2023r1|
|ANSYS 2022 R2||ansys/2022r2|
|ANSYS 2022 R1||ansys/2022r1||default|
|ANSYS 2020 R2||ansys/2020r2|
|ANSYS 2019 R2||ansys/2019r2|
The module name is called
ansys. In the meantime, new versions may be installed. Simply, inspect the output of:
module avail ansys