Modules Research

  • Kratos Kratos is a free multi-physic Finite Element C++ open source ...
  • DEMPack Basic formulation of the discrete element formulation using spherical or ...
  • CODE_BRIGHT CODE_BRIGHT(COupled DEformation BRIne, Gas and Heat Transport) is a program ...
  • Carat++ Carat++ is a finite element program for structural simulation, structural ...
  • XFINAS XFINAS is a nonlinear finite element program, which is capable ...
  • SEMBA SEMBA is a framework envisaged for simulations in the field ...
  • PARACHUTES PARACHUTES is a computer program for the fast simulation of ...
  • ERMES ERMES (Electric Regularized Maxwell Equations with Singularities) is a finite ...
  • Elmer Elmer is an open-source computational tool for multi-physics problems. It ...
  • Getfem++ The Getfem++ project focuses on the development of a generic ...
  • Tochnog Explicit / Impicit Finite Element Program with linear / nonlinear, ...
  • Impact Impact is a Finite Element Code which is based on ...
  • Educational finite element codes: MATfem MAT-fem has been written thinking about the joint interaction of ...
  • Emant Emant is a set of calculation tools to solve electro-magnetic ...
  • Calsef Calsef is a simulation code for analysis of solids and ...
  • Caltep Caltep is a calculus program to solve the Poisson ...

Kratos

Kratos is a free multi-physic Finite Element C++ open source code. One of the main topics in engineering nowadays is the combination of different analysis (thermal, fluid dynamic, structural) with optimising methods in one global software package with just one user interface and, even more, the possibility to extend the implemented solution to new problems.

To get more information about Kratos, please go to www.cimne.com/kratos

DEMPack

Basic formulation of the discrete element formulation using spherical or cylindrical particles was first proposed by Cundall and Strack. Similar formulation has been developed in CIMNE and implemented in the explicit dynamic discrete/finite element code DEMPack.

The code DEMPack has a lot of original features like modelling of tool wear in rock cutting, thermomechanical coupling and other capabilities not present in commercial discrete element codes.

To get more information about DEMPack, please go to www.cimne.com/dem.

CODE_BRIGHT

CODE_BRIGHT(COupled DEformation BRIne, Gas and Heat Transport) is a program that allows for thermo-hydro-mechanical analysis in geological media. It consists of a Finite Element program developed at the Department of the Geotechnical Engineering and Geosciences of the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC).

To get more information about CODE_BRIGHT, please click www.etcg.upc.edu/recerca/webs/code_bright.

Carat++

Carat++ is a finite element program for structural simulation, structural shape optimization and form finding. Moreover, specific capabilities for isogeometric structural analysis of thin-walled structures composed out of multiple patches including trimming are developed, which constitutes the newly developed Isogeometric B-Rep Analysis (IBRA). This methodology is the basis for CAD-CAE integration, which is explored in collaboration between Chair of Structural Analysis at TUM and GiD at CIMNE.

To get more information about Carat++, please click: carat.st.bv.tum.de or contact the Chair of Structural Analysis, TUM directly. (www.st.bgu.tum.de)

XFINAS

XFINAS is a nonlinear finite element program, which is capable of the stability assessment of thin walled structures and enables a powerful nonlinear structural dynamic analysis with material and geometric nonlinearity.

To get more information about XFINAS, please go to www.xfinas.com

SEMBA

SEMBASEMBA is a framework envisaged for simulations in the field of EMC. EMC problems have important challenges from a simulation point of view: results need to be obtained for large bandwidths or transient responses, usually involving extremely complex geometries. SEMBA contains the necessary tools to manage the whole simulation chain for an EMC problem.

To get more information about SEMBA, please click www.sembahome.org

PARACHUTES

logo_parachutesPARACHUTES is a computer program for the fast simulation of parachutes-payload systems. The solution methodology focus mainly on gliding parachutes and is designed to produce aerodynamic, structural and trajectory data with minimal computational requirements. This makes PARACHUTES a handy tool that can help developers improve design and testing procedures while cutting analysis time and cost.

To get more information about PARACHUTES, please go to www.cimne.com/parachutes, or send a mail to parachutes@cimne.upc.edu.

ERMES

ERMES (Electric Regularized Maxwell Equations with Singularities) is a finite element (FEM) code in frequency domain. It is the C++ implementation of a FEM formulation based on the regularized Maxwell equations. It is able to calculate electromagnetic fields for several applications: microwave engineering, antenna design, eddy currents, electromagnetic metal forming. ERMES results have been collated with experimental measurements and also with different numerical methods (MoM, FDTD…). ERMES has a user-friendly interface based on GiD, which is used as pre- and post- processor. Versions for Windows x-32 and x-64 are available.

Elmer

Elmer is an open-source computational tool for multi-physics problems. It has been developed in collaboration with Finnish universities, research laboratories and industry.
Elmer includes physical models of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics and heat transfer. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM).

To get more information about Elmer, please go to www.csc.fi/elmer

Getfem++

The Getfem++ project focuses on the development of a generic and efficient C++ library for finite element methods elementary computations. The goal is to provide a library allowing the computation of any elementary matrix (even for mixed finite element methods) on the largest class of methods and elements, and for arbitrary dimension (i.e. not only 2D and 3D problems).

To get more information about Getfem++, please go to home.gna.org/getfem