## FEEA™ SDK Editions Comparison

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 | ||||||

Static | ||||||

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 | ||||||

Axisymmetric | ||||||

Material Models | ||||||

Elastic-isotropic | ||||||

Elastic-orthotropic | ||||||

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 | ||||||

Damping | ||||||

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) |