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Finite Element Analysis with Ceetron 3D Components:

Easy and efficient FEA visualization


The days when Finite Element Analysis, a.k.a. FEA, was strictly associated with mechanical stress analysis are long gone. This historical interpretation of the use of the Finite Element Method has spread and FEA now tackles a much wider variety of simulation challenges: vibrations, wear, heat transfer, electrostatics, electromagnetics, material forming, geology, biomechanics, etc. The extent and success of the method has even lead it to compete with the traditional VOF finite volume methods used in computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

Let’s face it. It is already hard enough to get the modelling and solving ingredients right: your hours as a technical chef should focus on that complexity and rely on fellow visualization specialists to provide you the right tools to understand what your beams, thick shells, membranes or hexahedrons have to say. This is where Ceetron can help.

Ceetron has built software for advanced high-performance 3D visualization for FEA and CFD for 20 years.  We are as passionate about 3D visualization as you are about knitting the right mesh with the right finite elements for your specific problem or making sure your material model will do the job of accurately predicting in-use properties.

Whether you deal with simple or multi-physics FEA simulations, one of the keys to success is an easy yet efficient understanding of results. This is what Ceetron 3D Components offers to software developers: a modern, compact and highly advanced visualization development toolkit tailored for the FEA community, flexible enough by design to handle the combination of very different models.

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View, embed and share your FEA simulations

With Ceetron 3D Components, you don’t only get top notch visualization for your computational fluid dynamics simulation development, you also get a full set of tools to view and share your results – free of additional charge.

 

Multi-physics analysis

Moreover, in recent years, FEA has followed the general trend of CAE and has started to combine different types of physical models yielding “multiphysics analysis”. Read more about multi-physics analysis.

Whether you deal with simple or multi-physics FEA simulations, one of the keys to success is an easy yet efficient understanding of results. This is what Ceetron 3D Components offers to software developers: a modern, compact and highly advanced visualization development toolkit tailored for the FEA community, flexible enough by design to handle the combination of very different models.

FEA industry solutions with Ceetron products


Dassault Systems, Simulia

Creating a results visualization solution with GLview Express Writer

Simulia is a simulation environment that enables users to explore the real world behaviour of 3D models in nature and everyday life.

 



Marintek

Used GLview 3D Visualization API develop a post-processor for USFOS

USFOS is a specialist software package for collapse analysis of jackets, top-sides, jack-ups and other intact or damaged frame structures.

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