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fem2d

2D Finite Element Method Tools

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Collection of programs developed to perform various engineering analyses on structures using the finite element technique.

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Features

  • two-dimensional plane or axisymmetric problems
  • cartesian or polar coordinate systems
  • uses Rexx macro language
  • linear and quadratic isoparametric elements available
  • no limit on number of nodes, elements, materials, or boundary conditions (only limited by memory)
  • no need to specify problem size (determined at run time)
  • group (part) definition/manipulation
  • simple draw commands for symbols, lines, and labels
  • Dirichlet (constraint) or Neumann (flux), point or distributed boundary conditions
  • globally or locally referenced material properties
  • laminated materials
  • definable post-processing functions
  • solution and result superposition
  • command aliases for customized uses
  • linear and nonlinear (geometric) solvers provided
  • solvers use a symmetric banded matrix storage format
  • solvers can handle coupled analyses
  • node order optimizer for bandwidth reduction
  • node equivalence code for part “welding”

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Intended Audience

Science/Research, Engineering

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Rexx, C

Registered

2013-05-26

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