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FEM-Design Calculation Engine

FEM-Design Calculation Engine allows you to perform different analysis depending on the module you are using at the time: displacement, internal forces, stresses, stability, imperfections, stability analysis, eigenfrequencies, and/or seismic analysis.

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Some extra settings such as cracked-section analysis, non-linear behaviour, etc. are also available for certain modules: –

  • Linear static analysis for all structure types
  • Linear elastic and ideal plastic behaviour of supports, edge connections, and trusses
  • Static analysis according to second-order theory for spatial structures, global stability analysis-buckling shapes and critical loads for spatial structures
  • Dynamic analysis-vibration shapes and eigen frequencies for all structure types
  • Seismic calculation-response spectra method for 3D models
  • Non-linear static analysis-supports resisting the only compression
  • Cracking analysis-tracking of the cracking process
  • 3D Solid Mohr-Coulomb soil interaction

Why wait?  Apply below to download a trial license of FEM-Design and get started on your journey today!

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Calculations performed according to: –

  • EuroCode
  • Belgian National Annex
  • British National Annex
  • Danish National Annex
  • Dutch National Annex
  • Estonian National Annex
  • Finnish National Annex
  • German National Annex
  • Hungarian National Annex
  • Latvian National Annex
  • Norwegian National Annex
  • Polish National Annex
  • Romanian National Annex
  • Spanish National Annex
  • Swedish National Annex
  • Turkish Seismic Code

Languages supported: –

  • English
  • French
  • Dutch
  • Hungarian
  • Polish

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You can find more about the Analysis theory, the settings and workflow in the software on the FEM-Design Wiki by clicking here.

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