FEMAP is CAD-independent and can access geometry data from all major CAD systems including CATIA, Pro/Engineer, NX, Solid Edge, SolidWorks and AutoCAD.
Once imported, you can prepare the model for analysis using the geometry locator to identify and display potentially troublesome entities, such as slivers, and either remove them completely with the geometry clean-up tools or suppress them. FEMAP also offers a wealth of geometry creation and modification functions, so you can make necessary model changes in preparation for finite element model creation.
FEMAP is also an intuitive Windows®-native application. FEMAP’s support of multiple graphics windows and specialised panes, such as the Model Info Tree and Data Table, allows complete access to the finite element model and results data and helps promote efficient workflows.CONTACT SALES
FEMAP’s laminate editor and viewer allows you to update the laminate properties interactively as you create and modify plies in the laminate.
You can also post process composite laminate results using FEMAP’s global composite ply feature, which allows you to view results on continuous plies through the structural model.CONTACT SALES
FEMAP is solver-neutral and provides in-depth pre- and post-processing support for all of the main commercial solvers on the market, including NX Nastran, Ansys, LS-DYNA, Abaqus and TMG. You can take full advantage of the advanced analysis capabilities of these solvers using FEMAP’s comprehensive modelling and analysis support, particularly for dynamic, geometric and material nonlinear, heat transfer and fluid flow analyses.
The FEMAP with NX Nastran product line itself offers solution scalability, from the more general simulation capabilities available in the base module to more advanced applications including dynamics, optimisation, advanced nonlinear, rotor dynamics, heat transfer and fluid flow in add-on modules.GET 45 DAY FREE TRIAL
FEMAP’s open customisation capability allows complete access to all FEMAP functions through an OLE/COM object-oriented Application Programming Interface (API), which employs standard, non-proprietary programming languages. Access to the API is through a development environment within the user interface, where you can create custom programs that automate workflows and processes, and which can interact and exchange data with third-party programs such as Microsoft® Word and Excel.CONTACT SALES