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ZWSim Structural

Structural Simulation Software by Finite Element Method

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What’s ZWSim Structural?

ZWSim Structural is a powerful Finite Element Method (FEM) solution for structural and thermal simulations in an integrated environment for modeling and simulation. ZWSim Structural enables the seamless transfer of geometry data and numerical simulation and helps engineers simulate complex industrial problems.
Why ZWSim Structural ?
Reliable and User-Friendly Software for Structural Engineering
Various Analysis Types
Based on powerful linear and nonlinear structural solvers, ZWSim Structural supports various analysis types to assess the structure’s strength, stiffness, stability, vibration response, heat transfer, nonlinear behavior,fatigue life, etc.
Quality Assurance
Validated through thousands of verification problems and applied in numerous real-world industrial scenarios.
Seamless Connection between Design and Simulation
Support parametric modeling, solid-surface hybrid modeling, and easy-to-use geometry simplification & clean-up. Support the automatic generation of high-quality 1D/2D/3D meshes and more than tens of millions of elements.
High Compatibility for Data Exchange
Support more than 20 standard and commercial file formats, including the import and export of Nastran® BDF format.
Intuitive and Easy-to-Use
Get started with a clear workflow and intuitive user interface.
Key Feature
Linear Analysis
The robust and accurate linear analysis including statics, buckle, modal, transient, harmonic, spectrum response, and random vibration, to assess the structure’s strength, stiffness, stability, and vibration response.
Nonlinear Analysis
Support nonlinear analysis capabilities that can handle complex contact problems, geometric nonlinear problems, and nonlinear materials, allowing users to effectively & accurately address the intricate challenges of modern engineering.
Thermal Analysis
Supports thermal analysis, which can be used to study the behavior of objects or structures under thermal loading (such as temperature changes).
Fatigue Analysis
Supports constant amplitude, variable amplitude, time step, harmonic, and random vibration fatigue analysis. These can be used to evaluate the life and performance of materials or structures under repeated loadings.
Drop Test
Supports explicit dynamics analysis to simulate problems of the dropping electronics or other devices.
Advanced Matrix-Solving Algorithms
Provide various matrix-solving algorithms, including the Lanczos eigenvalue, PCG, and multifrontal solving methods. It also supports multi-thread parallelization to improve the overall performance.
HPC Technology
Support CPU and GPU parallel computing which dramatically reduces the solving time. It is also available for remote computing on a deployed server.



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