ADINA (Computerized Dynamic Incremental Nonlinear Evaluation) is a common program primarily based on the finite aspect methodology used for engineering linear and nonlinear calculations. ADINA permits to unravel structural and temperature issues, calculate present, perform multiphysical and electrostatic simulations.
Implementation of this system within the improvement or manufacturing of a product is the very best resolution to cut back the price of producing prototypes and cut back the time of their testing. Fashionable computational strategies that underlie the ADINA program distinguish it from different packages resulting from correct and dependable outcomes for fixing nonlinear issues.
ADINA System Key Options:
- Linear evaluation of buildings(*9*)
- Excessive-linear evaluation of buildings(*9*)
- Thermal evaluation(*9*)
- Interplay of flows with buildings (*9*)
- NX Nastran makes use of ADINA as a module for nonlinear calculations.(*9*)
- Working System:Home windows(*9*)
- Reminiscence:256MBRAM or extra(*9*)
- Diskspace:500MB for typical set up(*9*)
- Non-compulsory:OpenGL 3.3compatible graphics cardwith atleast 1GB reminiscence for quick graphics mode show(*9*)
- Non-compulsory:Intel Visible Fortran 14 solely wanted for personalization of person equipped subroutines,seeSectionVI(*9*)