get_available_ansys_installations#

ansys.tools.path.get_available_ansys_installations(supported_versions: Dict[int, str] = {191: '19.1', 192: '19.2', 193: '19.3', 194: '19.4', 195: '19.5', 201: '2020R1', 202: '2020R2', 211: '2021R1', 212: '2021R2', 221: '2022R1', 222: '2022R2', 231: '2023R1', 232: '2023R2', 241: '2024R1', 242: '2024R2'}) Dict[int, str]#

Return a dictionary of available Ansys unified installation versions with their base paths.

Returns:
dict[int: str]

Return all Ansys unified installations paths in Windows.

Notes

On Windows, It uses the environment variable AWP_ROOTXXX.

The student versions are returned at the end of the dict and with negative value for the version.

Examples

>>> from ansys.tools.path import get_available_ansys_installations
>>> get_available_ansys_installations()
{222: 'C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v222',
 212: 'C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v212',
 -222: 'C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\ANSYS Student\v222'}

Return all installed Ansys paths in Linux.

>>> get_available_ansys_installations()
{194: '/usr/ansys_inc/v194',
 202: '/usr/ansys_inc/v202',
 211: '/usr/ansys_inc/v211'}