Siemens FEMAP 11.3.1 with NX Nastran | 1.5 Gb

Femap software version 11.3.1 from Siemens PLM Software is the latest release of the standalone finite element modeling (FEM) pre- and post - processor for engineering simulation and analysis. Since its inception, Femap development has been driven by customer needs that have been delivered with regular launches to help you solve increasingly complex engineering problems. The latest version of Femap 11.3.1 is no exception.

Siemens Femap with NX Nastran is a cost effective, high performance finite element analysis modeling tool for engineers. The software can create Finite Element Analysis (FEA) models of extremely complex engineering products and systems, and from these can determine the item's behavioural response for a given operating environment.

What new in Femap Version 11.3:

- Model Visualization Control
Femap 11.3 has a new draw/erase toolbar which provides an easy way to control entities that are drawn or erased on the screen giving you more versatile model viewing control. A new roll-thru viewing mode allows you to move inside the model and view it from the interior greatly facilitating model checking and results review.
- Direct Connection Manager
The connection manager has been enhanced to allow a more direct approach to connection definition and setup with direct editing, sorting and filters. Used together with element face picking and the draw/erase toolbar, the job of setting up connections on FE entities is much easier and requires many fewer mouse clicks.
- Interactive Mesh Refinement
You can now interactively refine an existing finite element mesh in a specific region to better capture a stress concentration, for example, by using the new mesh refinement capability. With this streamlined workflow, simply select a few elements and immediately see the mesh refine to four or nine elements, per original element.
- Max Quad Meshing
A new max quads option has been added that minimizes the number of triangles produced in a shell mesh within the specified allowable element aspect ratio setting. By modifying the aspect ratio and mesh size, you can obtain all quad meshes, allowing geometry topology. Max quads can also be combined with other meshing tools such as quad layers and element growth to produce attractive and accurate quad dominant meshes.
- Arrow Descriptions
Generation of contour arrow Descriptions has been overhauled for Femap 11.3. This includes automatic vector selection, so that if you pick a particular force output, vector Femap will automatically retrieve the corresponding components for the arrow Description. Also, it's now possible to directly transform the output data to another coordinate system with minimum setup.

FEMAP 11.3.1 New Features and Corrections: readme.pdf

About Siemens PLM Software

Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Industry Automation Division, is a world-leading provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services with nine million licensed seats and 77,000 customers worldwide. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, Siemens PLM Software helps thousands of companies make great products by optimizing their lifecycle processes, from planning and development through manufacturing and support. Our HD-PLM vision is to give everyone involved in making a product the information they need, when they need it, to make the smartest decision.

Name: Siemens FEMAP
Version: (64bit) 11.3.1 with NX Nastran
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Interface: Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, English, German, Japanese
OS: Windows Vista / 7even / 8
Size: 1.5 Gb

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