ANSYS portfolio covers any type of simulation. As an official channel partner, SKEUT can provide the customer with all of ANSYS solutions.
All customers have their specific needs and for this reason the trainings should be adapted to the customer. SKEUT offers a variety of standard and customized trainings.
SKEUT gives all the support the simulation engineers need to do their job – and do it right!
Who are we?
SKEUT was created with the objective to provide Portuguese companies with the best simulation solutions. This will allow the development of better products in a shorter product development time, thus bringing more competitiveness and excellency to the Portuguese market.
At SKEUT you find a multidisciplinary team that distinguishes itself by its rigor and dynamics. SKEUT’s experts are highly educated and experienced in fluid and mechanical simulation projects in a wide range of applications. Through a serious-minded and empathic approach, SKEUT aims to bring innovation and easy collaboration to each project.
Accuracy and Robustness
One platform, many possibilities
Engineering simulation is ANSYS’ sole focus and ANSYS has been consistently pushing this technology forward for more than 45 years.
Customers from all over the world trust ANSYS for its advanced multiphysics platform, robustness and accuracy.
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