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Announcing Autodesk Simulation 2014

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04-08-2013 08:33 AM

2014 versions of Autodesk Simulation Software (Mechanical, CFD, Moldflow, Robot Structural, DFM) have been released. Make sure to log on to the Autodesk subscription center to download the latest and greatest simulation tools from Autodesk.

Teresa Basich
Community Manager
Autodesk, Inc.
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Re: Announcing Autodesk Simulation 2014

07-05-2013 05:44 PM in reply to: TBasich

Is there a link that describes "what's new"?



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Re: Announcing Autodesk Simulation 2014

07-07-2013 11:54 AM in reply to: TBasich

Is there still going to be a Multiphysics product version available in the new 2014 Autodesk Simulation software range?

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Re: Announcing Autodesk Simulation 2014

07-08-2013 03:02 AM in reply to: DonaldR.Culp7481

Hi Donald,


There is a video in Simulation TV on what's new in the 2014 release.

If you like to read, here's the what's new inside the wikihelp.




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Re: Announcing Autodesk Simulation 2014

07-08-2013 10:41 AM in reply to: brandinir



My understanding is that the fluid flow analysis within the Autodesk Simulation Multiphysics has been removed. However, customers with a current subscription and a Multiphysics package can download and install Autodesk CFD. Autodesk CFD is the former CFDesign by Blue Ridge Numerics. Note that there is a separate forum for Autodesk CFD. Perhaps there are some discussions on that message board related to this topic.


If you do not have Multiphysics but are interested in upgrading or purchasing it, then please talk to your vendor or account rep. I do not know how they are bundling the software, but I bet that they will know (at least they should know by now!).

John Holtz, PE
Mechanical Engineer
Pittsburgh, PA

Simulation Mechanical user since Dec 1997
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