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Applied CAx FEMAP

CAD-neutral and solver-neutral, FEMAP has become the world’s most popular engineering analysis environment for Nastran users. It is widely used by the world’s leading engineering organizations and consultants to model complex products, systems and processes, including  satellites, aircraft, defense, automotive vehicles, electronics, heavy construction equipment, lift cranes, marine vessels and process equipment. Siemens PLM Software’s FEMAP system facilitates an advanced engineering analysis environment.

FEMAP & NX NASTRAN are highly integrated and can be sold together as a bundled solution. But more than this, being open to all solvers, FEMAP demonstrates the power and value as a core analysis tool. FEMAP is CAD independent and leverages Siemens PLM Software’s Parasolid modeling kernel that allows direct access to Parasolid data for surface and solid modeling in addition to advanced geometric tools necessary for accessing non-Parasolid geometry. From advanced beam modeling, mid-surface extraction and hex meshing to robust CAD import and idealization, FEMAP gives you unparalleled model control and flexibility with a broad range of loads, materials, analysis types and visualization options.

FEMAP is not just a solid investment for those committed to excellence in the use of finite element analysis technologies. It’s the right tool to help you realize your business goals.

CAD-neutral and solver-neutral, FEMAP has become the world’s most popular engineering analysis environment for Nastran users. It is widely used by the world’s leading engineering organizations and consultants to model complex products, systems and processes, including satellites, aircraft, defense, automotive vehicles, electronics, heavy construction equipment, lift cranes, marine vessels and process equipment. Siemens PLM Software’s FEMAP system facilitates an advanced engineering analysis environment.

Learn about what’s new in FEMAP 11.3, including new and improved pre- and postprocessing functionality, new model visualization tools, meshing enhancements, performance improvements, solver-specific enhancements and much more.

Getting set up with FEMAP 11.3 for the first time? Take a look at our presentation, "Introduction to Modeling and Analysis with FEMAP v11.3"

For more features, visit the product page from Siemens PLM.

 

When you're looking to invest your resources, why choose Applied CAx?

 

  • WORKING FEA CONSULTANTS:
    Applied CAx is co-owned by working FEA consultants. George Laird, PhD, and Adrian Jensen, PE, operate Predictive Engineering, bringing more than 20 years of finite element analysis experience in solving difficult analysis challenges.

  • DEEP FEMAP RESOURCES:
    Our library of FEMAP Technical Seminars provides an ongoing resources for users to learn, engage, and reference. Our customers receive full access to all of our resources. Crafted by working FEA engineers for those working in the trenches encountering and solving problems everyday. New seminars are posted quarterly.

  • QUALITY SUPPORT YOU NEED:
    Our support commitment to our customers is unparalleled. We consistently receive high marks for our fast, efficient, and deep FEMAP support provided via phone, email, and web.

  • TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES:
    Along with our online seminars, we offer week-long training courses that receive stellar ratings. These courses are usually twice a year, and customized onsite training is always an option, feel free to inquire.

Ready to work with us?

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Key Knife, founded in 1986, is a world leader in chipping, flaking and planing systems for the wood products industry. Each Key Knife system is custom-designed to meet a mill’s specific needs. Sawmills, pulp mills, oriented strand board (OSB) plants and particleboard plants use Key Knife’s innovative technologies to improve recovery, chip/flake quality, production and product quality. The company’s products are sold in North and South America, Europe and Asia.

Key Knife’s R&D department allows the company to maintain its market-leading position by continually incorporating innovative wood-cutting technology into new products. The challenge over the years has been to go from an innovative idea to a marketable product more quickly. “We have one overseas competitor and several others here in the Pacific Northwest. There aren’t that many but we still have to make sure our technology stays ahead,” says John Greiner, a mechanical engineer at Key Knife. The R&D department’s other mission is to help Key Knife diversify into other industries. Currently the company is looking at applying its cutting technology to plastics recycling.

Receive a Free 45-Day Trial of FEMAP & NX Nastran

Try FEMAP with NX Nastran and explore the state-of-the-art modeling functionality of FEMAP with the powerful analysis capabilities of the industry-leading NX Nastran solver. See how these comprehensive simulation and analysis applications can help you save money and reduce time to market through optimized designs, reduced prototyping and physical testing. In this download you will get access to the full version of FEMAP with NX Nastran as well as Dynamic Response and Design Optimization. There are no restrictions on the number of saves, model sizes or other factors that would limit your ability to simulate and analyze complete product designs.

Introductory Monthly Pricing for FEMAP Licenses

FEMAP is now available by subscription on a monthly basis. Select the product configuration that best suits your business needs, ranging from FEMAP standalone to the bundled FEMAP with NX Nastran and advanced Dynamic Response analysis. Choose the package that best fulfills your functionality requirements.

Keep in mind that your subscription payments cannot be applied to future purchases.

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