Check out this video on Ansys Simulation from PTC Application Engineers
Presenters: Dave Rakestraw (Technical Specialist Fellow) and Ryan Butcher (Technical Specialist Fellow)
To dive deeper into the subject, check out PTC University.
Question from Anonymous: What is the best way to split surface in Creo for simulation purposes?
Answer: For Creo Ansys you have the ability to Split a surface with a Sketch, similar to Creo Simulate.
Question from Carl: Can you show how the simulation file is managed in Windchill? If the model is changed after the simulation is complete, will the results file still be viewable? Or does the simulation have to be re-solved?
Answer: We can save the results file into Windchill, however to view it you would need to open it in Creo as shown in the demo.
Question from Mark: This is a large assembly with many individual parts. Are the undefined contacts default to bonded contacts?
Answer: It depends. Contacts can be detected automatically and these are considered bonded. However, you can define them manually as well.
Question from Steven: Can Creo Airflow do the same thermal analysis as this tool?
Answer: We have 2 CFD tools. Creo Simulation Live (Ansys Powered) & Creo Flow Analysis (High end multi physics tool). Creo Ansys does not have CFD capability as of today but it will be added in future releases.
Question from Syed: How do you find Centre of Gravity point on complex model in Assembly?
Answer: This is done by doing a Mass Properties as part of the Core Creo Tools.