CADRE Geo version 5.0 is a design utility for generating a wide variety of geodesic and spherical 3D (wire frame and solid models) for CAD or finite element analysis applications. Output are clean DXF files suitable for structural analysis applications. Also outputs detail design and construction information such as hub and panel layouts, dimensions, dihedral angles, etc. CADRE Geo can generate a complete set of hub or panel CAD drawings with a single command. Fully compatible with CADRE Lite and CADRE Pro as well as most CAD drawing programs.
Rescol seismic version 2.0
Rescol seismic version 2.0 is a utility for determining the stiffness values for foundations and footings in order to consider ground/structural interactions. It also provides a means for establishing the ground resonance of stratified soils and generates seismic spectrums (Zeevaert, UBC 1997, or IBC 2003).
CADRE Flow version 1.1
CADRE Flow version 1.1 is a utility for fluid system analysis used for simulating flow networks based on finite element principles. It will determine flow rates and pressures throughout a system accounting for friction and discrete losses. It also will provide fluid momentum and pressure forces on joints and fittings. These forces can be exported for import to CADRE Lite or CADRE Pro for structural analysis.
This extender enables engineers to simulate components exposed to electric currents and fields. Additionally, electrostatic analysis can help to evaluate the effectiveness of insulation and predict the motion of charged objects in electric fields.
Real-world mechanical behavior is often the result of several physical factors acting simultaneously. Multiphysics software allows engineers to simulate a product's behavior when those multiple physical factors interact. User-friendly tools and wizards automate the application of results from one type of analysis to another.
The Professional Multiphysics core package includes analysis capabilities for static stress and Mechanical Event Simulation (MES) with linear and nonlinear material models, linear dynamics, steady-state and transient heat transfer, steady and unsteady fluid flow and electrostatics. MES simultaneously replicates the dynamic flexing behavior of a component or mechanism to predict stresses that may result from motion or from the interaction of the part with other independent objects.