CM2 FEM® Engines

Current version:

The CM2 FEM® Engines are two professional high-quality C++ engines for structural mechanical analyses based on the Finite Element Method (FEM).

The CM2 FEM® Engines are designed for software developing companies (ISV) and research centers specialized in scientific computations (CAD-CAE) to power their modeling applications.

The right solution: modern, reliable, powerful and lighting fast, the CM2 FEM® Engines are written in standard C++ language. They are easy to integrate into your applications.

Save I/O time: the CM2 FEM® Engines are designed to be used directly through a clear interface (C++ API). You can interact directly with the FEM models and the solvers. There is no complex file format.

The CM2 FEM® Engines are packaged as precompiled dynamic libraries, or source code, to be integrated directly into your applications. You can redistribute your applications linked with CM2 (any number of applications, any number of copies) without royalties.

Get an extra boost: the CM2 FEM® Engines can be used very effectively with the CM2 MeshTools® Suite.

professional library

The solvers in CM2 FEM® Engines emphasize on efficiency, on reliability (extensively tested and used worldwide daily whithin many professional applications).

CM2 FEM® Engines are regularly enhanced and improved since first released to market in 1999.

validated on various platforms

CM2 FEM® Engines is entirely written in standard (native) C++ and can be compiled on most platforms with a decent C++ compiler.
Compiled and validated on the following platform/compiler pairs:

  • Win32/64 (XP ➝ 10), MS Visual Studio 2005 ➝ 2017.
  • Linux x86 (CentOS 5 ➝ 7), GCC 4.0 ➝ 7.1.
  • Linux x64 (CentOS 5 ➝ 7), GCC 4.0 ➝ 7.1.
  • macOS x64 (10.6 Snow Leopard ➝ 10.13 High Sierra), clang 3.4 ➝ 4.0.

professional support

Any problem with the solvers? Any problem with the integration into your applications? Any specific need/development?
We offer quick and quality E-mail support with 48-hour response.

The CM2 FEM® Engines with all their components and manuals, have been registered with the APP since 1999.

 

CM2 FEM® 2D

Current version:

  • 1-D (bars, beams) and 2-D elements (membranes, plates, shells), including quadratic elements.
  • Static linear and non-linear (Newton), dynamic (modal, modal LDRV, gyroscopic, transient), Euler buckling, seismic (CQC combination).
  • Punctual, linear, surface and volume loads (forces, momentums), thermal loads (uniform, gradients, element by element).
  • Dirichlet, Newmann.
  • Elastic constitutive laws (Hooke, Saint-Venant).

CM2 FEM® 2D is a suite of C++ numerical models (linear, plane and surface) and FEM solvers.
Check out the full technical specifications.

CM2 FEM 2D Engine. Courtesy GSea Design Sarl, France.

Non-linear beams and cables.
Courtesy GSea Design Sarl, France.

CM2 FEM 2D Engine. Courtesy D.I.E. CAD und Statik Software GmbH, Germany.

Civil engineering.
Plates, shells, beams with relaxations and offsets.
Courtesy D.I.E. CAD und Statik Software GmbH, Germany.

Precompiled libraries available on Windows (Win32+Win64), Linux (x86+x64) and macOS (x64).
Source code available.

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CM2 FEM® 3D

Current version:

  • 1-D (bars, beams), 2-D elements (membranes, plates, shells), 3-D solid elements, including quadratic elements.
  • Static linear and non-linear (Newton), dynamic (modal, modal LDRV, gyroscopic, transient), Euler buckling, seismic (CQC combination).
  • Punctual, linear, surface and volume loads (forces, momentums), thermal loads (uniform, gradients, element by element)..
  • Dirichlet, Newmann.
  • Elastic constitutive laws (Hooke, Saint-Venant).

CM2 FEM® 3D is a suite of C++ numerical models (linear, plane, surface and solid) and FEM solvers.
Check out the full technical specifications.

CM2 FEM 3D Engine. Courtesy GSea Design Sarl, France.

Composite material cell.
All-hexahedron mesh with anisotropic constitutive laws.
Courtesy GSea Design Sarl, France.

CM2 FEM 3D Engine. Courtesy Mesys A.G., Swiss.

Carrier.
Hexa-dominant mesh + beams + links + springs.
Gyroscopic modal analysis.
Courtesy Mesys AG, Swiss.

Precompiled libraries available on Windows (Win32+Win64), Linux (x86+x64) and macOS (x64).
Source code available.

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