How can I get the ANSYS 18.1?

  • Last Post 15 April 2019
zj0503 posted this 20 March 2019

My university uses 18.1 so I cannot use 18.2 version.

Is there a way to download ANSYS 18.1?

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tsiriaks posted this 21 March 2019

Hi zj0503,

I have shared this package out. Note that the link would expire in 7 days.

Please request your university to update to more recent versions soon so that you don't get into this issue in the future. 




Johnson posted this 22 March 2019

Hi tsiriaks,

I just saw your post. My university is using Ansys 18.0 and I could really use the student version of 18.0.

Could you make this download available for me?



tsiriaks posted this 22 March 2019

Hi Johnson,

I would note the same as what I did to zj0503, please ask your university to update version soon.

This is the link for 18.0, similarly this lasts only 7 days.






Johnson posted this 09 April 2019

Hi tsiiaks,

thank you very much!

Unfortunately somehow I missed your Reply and now the download link is expired. Could you provide the link for 18.0 once more, please? I guess I can use it on various computers?

I heard that our university is going to update during our semester break in summer. As that is still a few month away I would very much appreciate you help.

Thank you


tsiriaks posted this 09 April 2019

Hi Johnson,

Sure, I will share the link again. And yes, this can be used on as many computers as you like.

Hope this helps.



Johnson posted this 10 April 2019

Hi Win,

thank you for that download link once again. Unfortunately there seems to be a problem with the licensing:

- as seen in the following attachment my toolbox does not show the relevant icons (for example static structual analysis)

- if I go on User License Preference I get the errors as seen in the attachements down below:

Best regards


tsiriaks posted this 10 April 2019

Hi Aljoscha,

Follow this steps to 'renew' your license.



Johnson posted this 15 April 2019

Thank you Win, that actually worked!

jcallery posted this 15 April 2019

Hi Johnson,

Please mark this thread as solved.


Thank you,