Finite element software with model interpolation

Noran Engineering Inc.'s (Los Alamitos, Calif., U.S.A.) new NE/Nastran 8.3 will incorporate a Model Interpolation Feature that enables the software to locate input data and the analysis mesh using a simple Case Control entry. Interpolation is done automatically in the analysis, reducing the time previously spent

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Noran Engineering Inc.'s (Los Alamitos, Calif., U.S.A.) new NE/Nastran 8.3 will incorporate a Model Interpolation Feature that enables the software to locate input data and the analysis mesh using a simple Case Control entry. Interpolation is done automatically in the analysis, reducing the time previously spent processing this data prior to the analysis. The easy-to-setup interpolation command allows the use of dissimilar 2-D or 3-D models and allows different model types using different formats (i.e., SINDA and NASTRAN) to be used together. The feature allows mapping of data from one mesh to another and many other step-saving operations. Select 227

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