New Release of NEi Nastran V9.2 FEA Software Focuses on Productivity and Realism in Engineering Simulation

Westminster, CA. March 27, 2009. NEi Software (NEi), a leading developer of Nastran engineering analysis and simulation software, announces the release of NEi Nastran V9.2, a major upgrade to its FEA solver for high end Finite Element Analysis (FEA). The new NEi Nastran version incorporates over 85 customer driven enhancements. The following is a list of key additions: nonlinear composite Progressive Ply Failure Analysis (PPFA™), concrete material model, direct enforced motion, bolt preload, enhanced rigid element features, visualization support for various entities, automatic dynamic plots during nonlinear analysis, transparent max/min, and a new look and feel for its industry unique Editor. A complete detailed description of all the new capabilities in NEi Nastran V9.2 can be downloaded at www.nenastran.com/AnnouncingV92.pdf .

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