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Siemens Simcenter FEMAP 2020.2.2 with NX Nastran Update

      Author: Baturi   |   07 September 2020   |   comments: 0

Siemens Simcenter FEMAP 2020.2.2 with NX Nastran Update Siemens Simcenter FEMAP 2020.2.2 with NX Nastran Update | 85.8 mb Languages: 中文 (Simplified), 中文 (Traditional), English, Deutsch, 日本語 Siemens PLM Software has released maintenance release (MP2) to Simcenter Femap 2020.2. This latest release provides a variety of improvements that will help your productivity across the simulation workflow. A maintenance release (also minor release or Maintenance Pack or MP) is a release of a product that does not add new features or content. This maintenance release intended to solve minor problems and "bugs" in Simcenter Femap 2020.2. Simcenter Femap is a finite element modeling and post-processing environment. It interacts with solvers such as Nastran to model physical behavior to assist in the drawing of conclusions about said behavior. Solvers typically require strict text file-based formatting of your analysis setup, which nobody does directly anymore. Instead, programs such as Femap are used to prepare those text file inputs to the solver using a combination of a modern graphical user interface built-in functions to automate tedious tasks. Simcenter Nastran is a separate "solver" product that is usually bundled within Femap. Simcenter Nastran (formerly NX Nastran) is an actively-developed offshoot of the Nastran code base, but is one of the most common solvers for finite element analysis (FEA). Nastran is essentially the math behind FEA. As a pre-processor, Femap assists with building a model of a part, and then translates it into Nastran code. Nastran then computes the behavior. Following this, Femap reads the results and provides interpretation tools to facilitate the processing of output data. Oftentimes, the amount of information from the model is substantial, and Femap can enable a more rapid understanding of gross behavior. What's New in Simcenter Femap 2020.2 Siemens PLM Software. a business unit of the Siemens Digital Factory Division, is a leading global provider of software solutions to drive the digital transformation of industry, creating new opportunities for manufacturers to realize innovation. With headquarters in Plano, Texas, and over 140,000 customers worldwide, Siemens PLM Software works with companies of all sizes to transform the way ideas come to life, the way products are realized, and the way products and assets in operation are used and understood. Product: Siemens Simcenter FEMAP Version: 2020.2.2.0 (2020.2 MP2) with NX Nastran Update Only Supported Architectures: x64 Website Home Page : Language: 中文 (Simplified), 中文 (Traditional), English, Deutsch, 日本語 System Requirements: PC * Software Prerequisites: Siemens Simcenter FEMAP 2020.2.0 with NX Nastran Size: 85.8 mb Welcome to FEMAP! This document will help you to setup your computer so that you can immediately begin to explore the many capabilities of FEMAP. This document contains information specific to getting started on a PC, which includes 64-bit versions for Windows 7, Win-dows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. The FEMAP installer contains only the 64-bit version of FEMAP, as a 32-bit version is no longer available. Hardware/Software Requirements There are no special hardware/software requirements for FEMAP beyond those imposed by the Windows operating systems. There are many types of hardware that will allow you to use FEMAP. Proper choice of hardware, however, can often make the difference between frustration and productivity. Here are a few suggestions: - Memory, RAM - Memory, (Hard Disk) - Graphics Boards -Abaqus ODB Requirements Memory, RAM You will need at least 128 Mbytes of RAM to run FEMAP and the Parasolid solid modeling engine, which is the default. Obviously, the more amount of RAM the better. Adding RAM can be one of the most cost effective means of increasing per-formance.If using the "Standard" geometry Engine in FEMAP, you can actually run with as little as 32 Mbytes of RAM. This is not a recommended configuration. Memory, (Hard Disk) Required hard disk space is very difficult to estimate, but in general you will never have enough. Analysis results will be the main driver of any disk space requirement. Models are typically relatively small. A model with 1000 nodes and 1000 ele-ments would typically be less than 1 Mbyte in size. Output from an analysis of that model, however, could be 5 Mbytes, 10 Mbytes or even larger, depending on the output you request. To estimate total disk space, you need to first estimate how many models you will have on-line simultaneously, the approximate size of those models, and the type of output you will request. It is recommend to have as much disk space as budget will allow, as each version of FEMAP can support larger and larger models, which in turn create larger and larger amounts of output. Graphics Boards While, standard graphics adapters may work very well with FEMAP, having a specialized board with support for OpenGL will provide increased graphical performance when dynamically rotating large, complex models. They also usually provide higher resolution and more colors, which make graphics easier to see and more realistic. Also, in order to use the "Perfor-mance Graphics" option, a graphics card which supports OpenGL 4.2 is required. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me

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