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a general purpose finite element analysis (FEA) embedded in your CAD system, is powered by the Autodesk® Nastran® solver and offers a wide-range of simulation spanning across multiple analysis types such as linear and nonlinear stress, dynamics, and heat transfer. This single product is available as a network license and serves multiple CAD platforms such as Autodesk® Inventor® and SolidWorks® – providing a consistent user experience and eliminating the need for multiple single-platform simulation technologies. Autodesk Nastran In-CAD delivers high-end simulation technology in a value-enhanced, CAD-embedded workflow so engineers and analysts can make great products.
Computes advanced nonlinear solutions such as large displacements/rotation, large strain, plasticity, hyperelasticity, creep, and more.
Supports analysis of structures subjected to thermal loads. Solves heat transfer problems with linear and nonlinear thermal boundary conditions that vary through time (for example, power fluctuations).
Determines the life of parts subjected to cyclic loads and easily extends a linear static or random response analysis to calculate fatigue life and fatigue damage.
Assesses stability under loads; examines structures for sudden failure modes caused by compressive forces
Determines displacements, loads, stresses, and strains in structures subjected to transient or frequency-dependent loads.
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