FEMAP tutorials, videos, seminars, and resources


This screen cast is taken from our online seminar held May 31, 2012

A bit of a dry seminar on normal modes analysis. A graduate seminar condensed down to just a few pivotal concepts.  Normal modes or Eigenvalue analysis is the cornerstone of the majority of dynamics work and is the foundation for PSD or modal frequency analysis or noise vibration harshness (NVH) studies.  If you know how normal modes work - you are well on your way to understanding all dynamic behavior.

This screen cast is taken from our online seminar held March 8, 2012

This webinar discusses the new visibility options within Femap v10.3.1 and some misc. topics relating to hex meshing and using the API interface. We demonstrate three new API's that:
(i) create PSD RMS von Mises stresses for plate and solid elements from the standard NX Nastran PSD RMS component stresses;
(ii) map multiple load cases from an Excel spreadsheet into your Femap model with titles, variable coordinate systems and all six load directions; and
(iii) replicate the Patran "Plot Erase All" command with single keystroke.

This screen cast is taken from our online seminar held August 11, 2011.

This was part of our Femap Foundation Series of basic modeling techniques. One of the most powerful capabilities Femap has is the ability to organize and present modeling data via "blanking" or through Groups. This seminar showed you how to quickly and easily use blanking and groups to make your model organization easier and more effective.