FEEA™ SDK Editions Comparison

FEEA SDK™ Features Comparison
FEEA SDK - Cs Edition FEEA SDK - Fs Edition FEEA SDK - Ss Edition
Cs Edition Fs Edition Ss Edition
Std Pro Std Pro
Software Capabilities
Full 32/64-bit support
Visual Studio IDE support (Intellisense, debugging)
100% “pure” managed .NET code
Support for versions 2.0 to 4.x of .NET Framework
Support for C#, VB.NET, C++/CLI, Fortran, Delphi, etc.
Support for cross-language integration/inheritance
Optimized built-in exception handling mechanism
Optimized built-in event handling mechanism
Comprehensive documentation (html, pdf, chm)
Analysis Procedures
Mode-Frequency (eigenvalue extraction)
Time history by mode superposition
Response spectrum
Transient implicit (Newmark, Wilson-θ Method)
Transient explicit (Central Difference Method)
Cross-section properties
Analysis Capabilities
Support for unlimited number of nodes and elements
Support for unlimited loading cases
Support for unlimited loading case combinations
Support for unlimited time-functions
Support for unlimited time history loading cases
Support for unlimited response spectra
Support for unlimited initial conditions
Multiple analysis procedures in a single computer run
Element Library – Formulations
Truss (2 nodes)
Beam (shearing deformations - 2 nodes)
2-D solid triangular (variable 3- to 6-node)
2-D triangular "torsion" (3- or 6-nodes)
2-D solid quadrilateral (variable 4- to 9-node)
2-D quadrilateral "torsion" (4- or 8 or 9-nodes)
3-D hexahedral (variable 8- to 20- or 21- or 27-node)
3-D tetrahedral (variable 4- to 10-node)
Spring (1-dof element)
Mass (1-dof element)
Damper (1-dof element)
Rigid link (2-node)
Rigid body (2-D/3-D variable node element)
Two-dimensional elements - Kinematic assumptions
Plane stress
Plane strain
Material Models
Degrees of Freedom – Coordinate Systems
Master degree of freedom control
Variable 1 to 6 degrees of freedom per node
Support for unlimited number of coordinate systems
Node definition in system other than the global
Assign skew coordinate system to nodes
Boundary conditions
Fixity boundary conditions
Prescribed displacements
Initial conditions (displacements, velocities, etc.)
Single-point constraint equations
Multi-point constraint equations
Applied Loading
Force and moment load applied at node
Prescribed temperature load
Distributed load applied at truss/beam
Concentrated force/moment applied at truss/beam
Trapezoidal load applied partially at beam
Fixed-end forces to simulate arbitrary load at beam
Pressure load applied at 2-D solid element edges
Pressure load applied at 3-D solid element surfaces
Mass-proportional load to model gravity loading or ground acceleration
Modal damping
Reyleigh damping
Obtained Results
Cross-section properties
Nodal displacements, velocities and accelerations
Element internal forces and moments
Reactions forces and moments
Stresses at integration points in global system
Stresses at nodal points
Strains at integration points in global system
Strains at nodal points
Principal stresses at integration/nodal points
Effective stresses at integration/nodal points
Stresses at integration points in material system
Strains at integration points in material system
Selective output (at selected nodes/elements)