I recently attended the Femap Symposium in Washington DC at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum — a perfect venue for a Femap user event. I had a chance to catch up with Mark Sherman, head of Femap development, who was a speaker at the event. In the video below, Mark talks about our development process, our latest release — Femap 11.2 — and how something we call “analysis studies” can help you organize your FEA data, reduce complexity, and save time.
Analysis studies are a handy way to organize output data and make it easier to find and operate on output sets — for example, generating results envelopes based on a variety load sets. If you want to learn more about Femap 11.2 analysis studies, take a look at this short demo that Al Robertson recorded:
Attending a Femap Symposium is a great way for Femap users to learn new FEA tips and techniques like these from the experts — members of our development team and some of our best customers, like Structural Design and Analysis, Orbital ATK, and Cardinal Engineering.
It’s not too late to register for a Femap Symposium event. Upcoming events include:
- May 14 Houston, TX Saratech
- June 4 Ann Arbor, MI Maya
- June 11 Cypress, CA Saratech
- September 23 Seattle, WA Applied CAx