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Femap an Effective Advanced Engineering Analysis Tool

Femap gives power in the hand of engineers to model the toughest problems. Femap is a sure shot method for dealing with solid mechanics problems nowadays by facilitating an advanced engineering analysis environment. It is CAD-neutral, solver-neutral and cost-effective. Siemen’s PLM Software’s Femap has become the world’s most popular engineering analysis environment for Nastran users, not for no reason! From advanced beam modelling, midsurface extraction and hex meshing to robust CAD import and idealization, Femap gives unparalleled model control and flexibility with a broad range of loads, materials, analysis types and visualization options. Additionally with Femap simulation software- ideas cost less. You can have many ideas, try ideas within no time and gain many insights about how to run your organization more effectively.

Femap an Effective Advanced Engineering Analysis Tool

Femap gives power in the hand of engineers to model the toughest problems. Femap is a sure shot method for dealing with solid mechanics problems nowadays by facilitating an advanced engineering analysis environment. It is CAD-neutral, solver-neutral and cost-effective. Siemen’s PLM Software’s Femap has become the world’s most popular engineering analysis environment for Nastran users, not for no reason! From advanced beam modelling, midsurface extraction and hex meshing to robust CAD import and idealization, Femap gives unparalleled model control and flexibility with a broad range of loads, materials, analysis types and visualization options. Additionally with Femap simulation software- ideas cost less. You can have many ideas, try ideas within no time and gain many insights about how to run your organization more effectively.

Femap is not just a finite element analysis technology but the right tool to advance you to your business goals. FEA as applied in engineering is a computational tool for performing engineering analysis. It includes the use of mesh generation techniques for dividing a complex problem into small elements, as well as the use of software program coded with FEM algorithm. Nowadays, simulation software is in the heart of decision-making process for product development. Femap focusses on core simulation tasks as pre-processing and meshing. It offers new and improved tools for meshing complex structures more accurately, verifying mesh integrity and accuracy and optimizing the mesh to capture the true structural response efficiently.

The most striking feature of PLM Software’s FEMAP is that it is very easy to implement. FEMAP simulation is time based, and takes into account all the resources and constraints involved, as well as the way these things interact with each other. Simulation builds in the randomness you would expect or not expect in real life. So when you make changes to the simulation you see exactly how the system would behave in real life. With simulation software you can quickly try out your ideas at a fraction of the cost of trying them practically. Any scenario that involves a process flow with events can be simulated. So any process you can draw a flowchart of you can simulate! The processes you’ll gain most benefit from simulating are those that involve transformation over time and chance.

FEA has become a solution to the task of predicting failure due to unknown stresses by showing problem areas in a material and allowing designers to see all of the theoretical stresses within. This method of product design and testing is far superior to the manufacturing costs which would accrue if each sample was actually built and tested.

At PROLIM, we ensure our clients get cost-effective, high-level support, training, and mentoring services. From a technical standpoint, it is proven that Femap is one of the top pre- and post-processors for engineering analysis and simulation in the industry. Additionally, Femap integrates tightly with NEi Software’s NEi Nastran, a general-purpose FEA (finite element analysis) solver for analysing linear and nonlinear stress, dynamics, and heat transfer characteristics of structures and mechanical components. So what can be simulated in your organisation?

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