Installing Ansys Student 2020 R2

How to install Ansys 20 R2 on your PC

Note: This is a teaching license and should be used only for demonstration and classroom instructional purposes. It cannot be used for research.

How to install Ansys Student 2020 R2 on your PC

 1. To install the student version of Ansys 2020 R2, you must first download it by visiting 

 2. Scroll down and click on “ANSYS Student”

 3. After clicking ANSYS student, a downloadable version of ANSYS STUDENT 2020 R2 should appear below. Click the download button. A "terms of use" pop up will appear. Click “Agree” to continue the download. The download may take a while, and will appear as an .msi file.

       4.  Select the downloaded file to open.

       5. Select "next"

       6. Read and accept the license agreement, select "next"

       7. Click the "next" button to accept the default installation.

       8. Select "Install" and wait for the program to install.

       9. Select "Finish" to complete the installation. The ANSYS Student software is now installed.

      Reboot your machine and then run the ANSYS Student product from your Start menu by selecting Workbench


Bundled Applications & Features:

  • ANSYS Workbench
  • ANSYS Multiphysics
  • ANSYS Mechanical
  • ANSYS Autodyn
  • ANSYS Forte
  • ANSYS Chemkin-Pro
  • ANSYS Meshing and Extended Meshing
  • ANSYS DesignModeler
  • ANSYS DesignExplorer
  • ANSYS SpaceClaim

Workbench Analysis Systems/Physics:

  • Design Assessment
  • Electric
  • Explicit Dynamics
  • Fluid Flow (CFX)
  • Fluid Flow (Fluent)
  • Harmonic Response
  • Linear Buckling
  • Magnetostatic
  • Modal
  • Random Vibration
  • Response Spectrum
  • Rigid Dynamics
  • Shape Optimization
  • Static Structural
  • Steady-State Thermal
  • Thermal-Electric
  • Transient Structural

Geometry Import:

  • Neutral format import IGES, STEP
  • Parasolid (native within ANSYS DesignModeler)

Keywords:Ansys   Doc ID:74739
Owner:Noel K.Group:Computer-Aided Engineering
Created:2017-07-24 12:32 CDTUpdated:2021-03-08 08:36 CDT
Sites:Computer-Aided Engineering
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