Finite solver

  • 06-Jul-2009 05:00 EDT
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NEi Nastran V9.2 is an FEA solver with an integrated graphical user interface and model editor used to analyze linear and nonlinear stress, dynamics, and heat transfer characteristics of structures and mechanical components. NEi Nastran is available on a variety of platforms including 32-bit and 64-bit Windows and Linux operating systems and is available in five modules (L1-L5) and a model Editor. Solver technology provides improved results for complex FEA models. Four linear solvers and two eigensolvers are included. The Editor gives engineers greater control over Nastran FEA models and results. Features such as advanced editing and context-sensitive input improve productivity and results, while built-in tools such as the trade study generator give users insight into the effects of design changes. Real-time results are displayed through an integrated post-processor.

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