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  • List of finite element software packages

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    This is a list of software packages that implement the finite element method for solving partial differential equations. Software Features Developer Version Released License Price Platform Agros2D Multiplatform open source application for the solution of physical problems based on the Hermes library University of West Bohemia 3.2 2014-03-03 GNU GPL Free Linux, Windows Analysis3D Powerful but easy to use FEM software for structural engineering of 2D and 3D frames and trusses Cuylaerts Engineering 2.05 2018 Proprietary commercial software Free educational version available Linux, Windows ANSA Pre-processor An advanced CAE pre-processing software for complete model build up. BETA Proprietary commercial software Linux, Mac OS X, Windows CalculiX It is an Open Source FEA project. The solver uses a partially compatible ABAQUS file format. The pre/post-processor generates input data for many FEA and CFD applications Guido Dhondt, Klaus Wittig 2.14 2018-04-27 GNU GPL Free Linux, Windows Cast3M Proprietary software for different physical simulations CEA 2018.

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  • Tool

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    A modern toolbox A tool is an object of whatever relatively simple construction is necessary for its user to hold and operate easily to perform a simple task (like moving, lifting, breaking, holding, turning, bending) not as effectively performed or not possible, safe, or desirable to perform using a bodily member alone. Although many animals use simple tools, only human beings, whose use of stone tools dates back hundreds of millennia, use tools to make other tools. The set of tools needed to perform different tasks that are part of the same activity is called gear or equipment. While one may apply the term tool loosely to many things that are means to an end (e.g., a fork), strictly speaking an object is a tool only if, besides being constructed to be held, it is also made of a material that allows its user to apply to it various degrees of force. If repeated use wears part of the tool down (like a knife blade), it may be possible to restore it; if it wears the tool out or breaks it, the tool must be replaced. Thus tool falls under the taxonomic category implement, and is on the same taxonomic rank as instrument, utensil, device, or ware.

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