Siemens FEMAP v10.3 with NX Nastran � SPYRAL

Siemens FEMAP v10.3 (x86 & x64) with NX Nastran-SPYRAL
Release group:SPYRAL | 32bit & 64bit version | 1.83GB

Femap, published by Siemens PLM Software, is a standalone simulation solution that incorporates finite element modeling and analysis functionality within a modern user-interface. Supporting a full range of advanced analysis types, Femap can help you analyze parts and assemblies, model composite materials, and review simulation results quickly and efficiently.
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Femap is a professional level pre- and post-processor used for preparing models and viewing the results of engineering analyses for structural, heat transfer, and fluid flow problems. Femap can import geometry from all major CAD systems and can use a wide variety of solvers including finite element analysis (FEA) and computation fluid dynamics (CFD).

10 Reasons to Choose Femap with NEi Nastran Solver;

Femap is a premier digital prototyping tool because of its extensive capabilities, high level of performance, and long term industry proven reputation in the following key areas of finite element modeling and post processing:

1. CAD Neutral
2. Solver Independent
3. High quality, sophisticated meshing capabilities
4. Wide Range of Modeling Functionality - Beams, Shells, Solids, Assemblies, and Composites
5. Real World Fidelity through Accurate Choice of Loads and Boundary Conditions
6. Broad Range of Analysis Types and Engineering Disciplines
7. Full Complement of Post Processing and Visualization Tools
8. Customization and automation of simulation tasks
9. Ease of Use
10.Best Price for Functionality

Who Uses Femap?

Femap is for product design and development professionals who need to do more effective analysis and have moved beyond the capabilities found in typical in-CAD simulation software or more limited FEA products. They need a CAE tool that provides them with more functionality, more control over the analysis process, and provides more accurate results. They have moved from simple parts to assemblies and more complex systems. They have moved from being primarily involved in CAD design with occasional need for validation to more involvement with engineering and analysis. They have climbed the FEA learning curve and are ready for the next level of analysis.

Femap With NEi Nastran Solver

HingeIntegrating tightly with NEi Nastran, this combination provides significant additional functionality for Nastran users. This includes advanced capabilities for composites engineering and analysis with tools for advanced failure criteria for first ply failure like Puck and LaRC02 and Progressive Ply Failure Analysis (PPFA?) for simulation of behavior beyond first ply failure. Automated Impact Analysis (AIA?) provides sophisticated simulation for drop tests and implicit impact studies. Productivity tools like Automated Surface Contact Generation (ASCG?) and Automated Edge Contact Generation (AECG?) help in industries with models having large shell like structures as found in ship building and automotive. See the Key Features of NEi Nastran for a full itemization of distinctive features.

New Release of Femap Version 10.3

The V10.3 release focuses more on improved user productivity through a new automatic 3D geometry preparation capability. The post-processing toolbox has also been extended to house an overhauled and extended free body tool that provides a detailed results reviewing capability for free-body diagrams and interface loads. Femap is tightly integrated with NEi Nastran and also provides integration to a wide range of industry-standard structural and thermal solvers.

These are just some of the Femap 10.3 benefits:
- Improved user productivity through new automatic 3D geometry preparation capability
- Extended post-processing toolbox and free body tool
- Easier and faster way to review free body diagrams and interface loads
- Nitinol and Shape Memory Alloys are now supported for NEi Nastran
- Rigid element support for thermal analysis in NEi Nastran



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