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What is the ANSYS.EXE process running in Inventor?

A - answer ANSYS.EXE is a computation process of the FEM module in Inventor Professional. It is active (and may acquire lots of system resources) during the stress analysis calculation. This process is indicated by a yellow lightning icon in Windows system tray.
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22.2.2005    9288x  
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applies to: Inventor Professional 9 ·

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