Product development software

  • 30-Apr-2009 02:53 EDT


Engineering Technology Associates offers the finite-element modeling software eta/VPG Version 3.4. This version features the debut of an integrated linear static and dynamic solver, NISA, which allows users to easily create and visualize advanced simulations within the eta/VPG environment. The company’s software development team incorporates user suggestions, extensive benchmarking, and customer survey data into its software products. With this latest release, 63 new or improved functions, as well as the availability of the NISA solver make VPG a robust, versatile, and accurate system-simulation solution. New features include additional advanced meshing tools that allow engineers to quickly develop meshes on complex surfaces, as well as a new capability to import and export basic ANSYS model formats. 
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