NISA Version 16.0 for Linux marks a significant improvement over the previous version and would give the company deeper entrants into the CAE industry
BANGLORE – Cranes Software International Limited announced the release of Linux version of NISA Version 16.0 today. This version comes with more than 40 new features and marks a significant improvement over the previous version. Some of these enhancements include:
1. A faster Multi-Core solver has been introduced for the Structural, Fluid, Heat and EMAG (Electromagnetic) Modules in 32 bit O/S.
2. There are major enhancements in Non-Linear Static Analysis Capabilities with improvements in 3D Contact Element with Friction and introduction of Concrete element.
3. New Direct Frequency analysis has been added.
4. Assembly/ Multi body meshing has been added in DISPLAY Automesh.
5. The MACRO functionality in DISPLAY has been enhanced to better support Parametric Modeling.
6. Multi load animation capability has been added in DISPLAY.
7. Finite Element Translators NISA to ANSYS and NISA to NASTRAN have been revamped.
8. The Linux operating systems supported are Fedora Core - 8 , 9, Ubuntu - 8.01, OpenSUSE - 10.0 (both 32 and 64 bit)
Commenting on this occasion, Mr. Abraham Keisoglou, Head - Cranes Engineering Group said, “We are very happy to announce the release of NISA Version 16.0 for Linux in both 32 & 64 bit versions which will now allow our Linux community access to all of the benefits which are currently available to our Windows users. In this version we have carried forward the significant improvements we initiated in Version 15.0 with respect to finite element model interoperability and performance. With this version we have extended mutlicore solver support to our key modules, thus enabling shared-memory cluster computing. We are optimistic that these important developments will significantly increase the productivity of our customers.”
Cranes Software International Limited (BSE: 512093. NSE: Cranessoft-eq.), through its software products and productized solutions addresses the needs of scientists, engineers, researchers, and decision makers in multinational companies, governments, defence establishments, academia and research institutions in the aerospace, automotive engineering, banking and financial services, bioinformatics, biology, biotech, chemistry, physics, communications, consumer research and marketing, criminological sciences, cryptography, defence, electronics engineering, empirical analysis, engineering, environmental sciences, genetics, geo sciences, life sciences, material characteristics, material sciences, medical research, oil exploration, pathology, psychological research, quality control, remote sensing, signal processing and telecommunications space. While Cranes Software’s core areas of operations are Enterprise Analytics, Engineering Design, Simulation and Testing, the company's business interests also include high-end training services and R & D in future technologies.
Cranes Software offers a range of proprietary products - SYSTAT, SigmaPlot, SigmaStat, SigmaScan, TableCurve 2D, TableCurve 3D, PeakFit, NISA, NISA/CIVIL, NISA DesignStudio, eta/VPG, eta/DYNAFORM, XID, XIP, Survey ASYST, iCap Reporter, iCap Webmaster, iCap Dashboarder, iCap Data Primer, InventX, Cubeware Cockpit, Cubeware Team Server, Cubeware Importer and world-renowned products from reputed principals such as Livermore Software Technology Corporation, The Mathworks, Texas Instruments, dSPACE, Mentor Graphics, IBM, Genomatix Software Inc. and Breault Research. The company also has alliances with Microsoft, BusinessObjects, BEA, Borland, Net Solutions, Anantara, Wipro and Craft Silicon. Cranes Software has a presence in 39 countries (through its direct offices, subsidiaries, channel partners, franchise relationships and other alliances) and has global user base of over 350,000 users.
Cranes Engineering is a leading provider of FEA (finite element analysis) solutions, consulting, customization of products, and software development services for the automotive, aerospace, energy & power, oil & gas, electronic packaging, biomedical and civil engineering industries. The division specializes in linear & non-linear stress analysis, crash, NVH, durability, safety, thermal analysis, seismic analysis, CFD, electromagnetics, composite material analysis and civil-structure analysis & design.
The Embedded Software and Controls Unit (ESCU) of Cranes Engineering provides customized end-to-end embedded electronic control solutions & products in the field of automotive, aerospace, locomotive, power generation and industrial automation.
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